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Foreign policy is a plan of action that a State makes and executes in order to deal with other States and international issues.
Foreign policy is a pattern of behavior that a State adopts while it pursues its interests in international relations.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you foreign policies of Nigeria.
It clearly explains the guiding principles of Nigeria’s foreign policy. They include national interest, good neighbourliness, and non-interference with the internal affairs of other States.
It analyzes the factors that affect the Nigeria’s foreign policy. They include Nigeria’s history, geography, population, ideology, technological advancement, military might, buoyant economy, and pressure group.
It appraises nonalignment. It throws light on the distinctive merits and demerits of nonalignment.
It evaluates Africa as the centre-piece of Nigeria’s foreign policy. It discusses the reasons for adopting the policy of Africa as the centre-piece. It explains how Nigeria demonstrated the policy of Africa as its centre-piece.
It discusses the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the First Republic headed by Tafawa Balewa.
It analyzes the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the military government of Yakubu Gowon.
It appraises the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the military governments of Murtala Mohammed and Olusegun Obasanjo.
It evaluates the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the Second Republic headed by Shehu Shagari as the President elect.
It examines the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the military government headed by Ibrahim Babangida.
And it explores the Nigeria’s foreign policy during the Third Republic. It outlines the foreign policies under the democratic governments headed by Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan.