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Muscle Alone Will Not Be Enough to Release Nigeria from a Perpetual Stage of Instability

Nigeria is facing a multitude of security challenges, including kidnappings, banditry and successionist movements. The government solution has been consistently militaristic, as exemplified in...

Peace Education: An Instrument for Non-Violence in Africa

Across the globe, societal change towards progression and sustainable peace is associated with violent revolutions. Although the argument stands accurate to an extent, non-violent...

Boko Haram: Religious Based Violence and Portrayal of Radical Islam

Modern-day global and domestic politics have set forth the trend that has legitimized and rationalized the use of religion as a tool to attain...

Boko Haram: A Reflection of IS on Africa

The terror of the Islamic State (IS) is hardly unheard of in any corner of the world. The tales of their manslaughter are enough...

Dark Images from Spiritus Mundi

From the north to the south of Nigeria, death is no stranger. Trails of blood mark the nomad’s path, and three hundred putrefying bodies...

A genocide against Christians is silently unfolding in Nigeria

The International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law, - a Nigerian-based non-governmental organization that monitors human rights violations and advocates for peace...

Terrorism and COVID-19: Brutality of Boko Haram in Africa

Authors: Dr Nanda Kishor and Ms Meghna Ria Muralidharan* On 1 August 2020, Boko Haram killed 19 civilians through a grenade attack on a camp...

Boko Haram and Frustration- Aggression Theory: A Potential Explanation

In the context of Boko Haram, it is vital to identify how Boko Haram resorted to extreme violent behavior. One theory that provides an understanding of...

Al Shabaab : Imitating Boko Haram’s Scenario in Kenya

Recently Kenya has Unexpectedly seen a various wave of Jihadist Group attacks from what so-called the Somalian Jihadist of Al Shabaab. Which endangered and...

Total Catastrophe Demands Total Solution: Boko Haram and the Dilemma of Northeast Nigeria

The Boko Haram insurgency, far from being over and ravaging Northeastern Nigeria, has affected both the physical and social environment and led to displacing...

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