Armed groups, armed proliferation, and the amnesty program in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
The plunder of the Niger Delta has turned full circle as crude oil has taken the place of palm oil, but the dramatis personae remain unchanged: a predatory government bent on extracting the last drop of blood from the richly endowed Niger Delta, and a courageous people determined to resist. This paper locates the armed conflict in the oil-rich Niger Delta within the context of unrealised expectations and consequent frustration and aggression on the part of the oil-bearing communities. The...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Third World Studies (JTWS) (Fall 2013)|
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