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  • Area of Specialization: International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Department of History and International Studies

  • Dr Adigbuo, Ebere Richard, is a senior lecturer in the Department of History and International Studies. He holds a PhD in Political Studies from the Faculty of Humanities, University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Using the National Role Conceptions as a theoretical framework, Dr Adigbuo examined Nigeria’s foreign policy towards Namibia, from 1975 to1990. Over the past twelve years, he taught both his graduate and undergraduate students, in the field of International Relations/Studies, Strategic and Middle East Studies. He is a member of the International Studies Association and an associate member of the Historical Society of Nigeria.
    My Publications
  1. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2019) The African Union, R2P and the Challenges of Capability, Journal of African Union Studies (JoAUS)/ Adonis & Abbey Publishers United Kingdom Vol.Volume 8, Issue 1 Pages: 115 - 133

  2. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2019) Role conflicts in foreign policy: Nigeria’s dilemma over Bakassi Peninsula, Journal of Contemporary African Studies/Routledge andTaylor & Francis Vol. 37 (4) Pages: 404-420.

  3. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2018) Nigeria-China Relations: The Contemporary Challenges, The Journal of Social Sciences Research/Academic Research Publishing Group Vol.Vol. 5, Issue. 4 Pages: 923-930,

  4. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2017 ) African Standby Force: a Song of Sorrow, International Journal of History and Cultural Studies /ARC Publications LLC, Sheridan, WY-82801,USA Vol.Volume 3, Issue 3 Pages: 1-9

  5. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2017) Nigeria's Leadership Role Quests: The Race of the Crippled, Journal of Global Analysis/CESRAN International, United Kingdom Vol.7 (2) Pages: 155-175

  6. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2008) Defender of the faith: the challenges of Nigeria's 2007 presidential election, Politikon , Taylor and Francis, 35 (2) Vol.35 (2) Pages: 223-245

  7. ADIGBUO, EBERE R (2007) Beyond IR Theories: The Case for National Role Conceptions, Politikon , Taylor and Francis, Volume 34, 2007 - Issue 1 Vol. Pages: 83-97