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A lively debate exists among scholars over the impact of economic interdependence on conflict and war.
According to the holy book “Bible”, there is certainly a time for everything. Fortunately or unfortunately, globalization has become the dominant paradigm of the 20th or 21st century that has had it own history of socio-political and economic interpretation as scholars of multidisciplinary perspectives attempt to give meaning to globalization as they give to human activities.
Nigeria is a multilingual nation. Igbo is spoken in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states of Nigeria. It is also spoken in some parts of Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers states in the southern region of Nigeria.
A lively debate exists among scholars over the impact of economic interdependence on conflict and war. Liberals have traced the ways in which rising economic linkages create national interests and political constituencies that favor stable and peaceful relations; whereas realists have noted that statesmen often ignore considerations of economic gain and loss in decisions about war and peace. Such debates have cast a critical eye on the expansive claims of “globalization theorists” who argue that the decline of super power hegemony and the rise of non-traditional security challenges such as terrorism, drug trafficking, and the environment are eroding the traditional national security orientation of nation-states.
The development had enabled and indeed necessitated the reorganization of the production and distribution of goods and services.
An obvious feature of international politics is the inequality of key actors in the system - the states.
Africa can be described today as the weeping continent of the world.