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Title: Analyzing the Soeio-Psychological Effects of the Nigerian Civil War
Authors: Adamu, Daniel
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: KIU Journal of Humanity
Series/Report no.: Vol. 1;No. 2; Pp 155-164
Abstract: Using the Nigerian Civil War as a case study, this paper argues that wars that have taken place in the post-colonial space confirm for some. the notion that places like Africa are still too rife with ancient tribal animosities to create stable and viable states. thus some members of the international community have been slow to respond even when the facts of people‘s suffering (such as in Rwanda during the Rwandan Genocide)are fully known. Chillingly. the view that people deserve to lie in the graves they dig for themselves influences some policymakers. while donor- and disaster-fatigue makes others wary of giving as generously when they think that the wound being treated is somehow self-inflicted.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2591
ISSN: 2415-0843
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