Books: Special Project:
A RoadMap To A Nations Greatness: The Recipe For Nurturing The Nigerian Nation
This is an examination of the process of nationbuilding in Nigeria and the identification of solutions as Nigeria search for her raison d'etre.
Globalization: In Context And Viewed From Below
Problems And Prospects of Sustaining democracy In Nigeria: Voices of A Generation(Huntington, NY: Nove Publ. 2001) This is a compilation of essays on democracy in Nigeria. Dr Ojo's contribution include chapters on The States and the 1999 Nigerian Constitution and Constitutional Authenticity: A Constructive Incorporation Of Traditional Institutions Into the New Nigerian Experiment Human Rights and the New World Order: Universality, Acceptability and Human Diversity ( Commark, NY: Nova Publishers, 1997) * This book examine the evolution of human rights in a changing world environment while taking cognizance of the problems of its universal acceptance and human diversity. (Used as a required reading for the United Nations University International Human Rights Course(UNU International Courses-Spring 1999. Tokyo, Japan)) Amidst The Decay: The State, Ethnic Conflicts And Politics In Contemporary Africa (Forthcoming:Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Spring, 2002) *The focus of this study is the relationship between the state and ethnic conflict and politics in contemporary Africa Editor Contemporary African Politics: A Comparative Study of Political Transition to Democratic Legitimacy(Lanham MD: University Press of America, Spring 1999) This is a collection of essays on the politics of democratic transition in contemporary Africa. Dr Ojo's contribution include chaphters on the military and the democratization process in Africa, Namibia- Africa's last colony; A democratic experiment and South Africa and post apartheid democracy. Editor Nigeria's Third Republic: The Prospects and Problems of the Transition To civil Rule ( Commark, NY: Nova Publi. 1998)(Editor) *This is a collection of selected essays on the problem of political transition in Nigeria by scholars and administrators from diverse disciplinary background as economics, marketing, local government, political science , international organization administration, etc Articles in Journals and Contributions to Books: "Human Rights And Globalization" ASIL HRIG Newsletter,Volume 9, No. 1, Dec. 1999-Jan.2000 "The New Leadership In Nigeria"The Guardian Newspaper(Nigeria), Thursday, April 22, 1999. "When Eelephants Fight: Reflections on the Human Rights Dimension of the Clinton Saga" ASIL(American Society of International Law)-HRIG Newsletter, Volume 8, No.3 November/December 1998. "United States In Africa: Exporting Democracy in a new World Order" a chapter in AGONAFER, M.(editor)(1996)Africa In a New International Disorder ( Lanham,MD: University of America Press) "Contending Issues in African Studies: A view from Below' (1995) Wahenga: The Queens's University Black History Journal (Canada) "Peter-Pan Syndrome: An Analysis of Africa In World Affairs" a chapter in Muyumba F and Atcherson E (ed)(1993)I Pan-Africanism and Cross-Cultural Understanding: A Reader (Needham Height, MA: Ginn Press) "Nigeria and French Perspectives on the South African Question" a chapter in Haruna J. Jacob and Massoud Omar (ed)(1992) France and Nigeria: Issues in Comparative Studies ( Ibadan/Paris: CREDU Documents In Social science & Humanities Series #2) "La Namibie: Vers l'independance" (1989) Annee Africaine (CEAN/Edition Pedone: Paris) Several Internet publications
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