Oil: The Transboundary Migration and Conflicting Claims: Nigeria and its Neighbors
Article from: OGEL 3 (2006), in Africa
p>There is no better start than the observation of the Secretary General of the United Nation that, the economic and political development of Africa has remained threatened by incessant conflicts across the International boundaries. Most often than not, crisis of Transboundary claims are triggered by territorial ambition but by economic desperation behind the territorial ambition. It is the scramble for control of natural resources that has been the most sustaining factor for most of the boundary conflicts bedeviling Africa.
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A. Shehu; "Oil: The Transboundary Migration and Conflicting Claims: Nigeria and its Neighbors"
OGEL 3 (2006), www.ogel.org