NIGERIA AT THE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL, 1994 – 1995

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Edited By Professor Ibrahim A. Gambari
The 1994/95 session of the United Nations Security Council was chaired Nigeria. During this period, the UN’s most powerful entity (the Security Council) lifted its long-standing sanctions against the former racist apartheid government of South Africa. It was only fitting that Nigeria, which had spearheaded the international struggle against apartheid, chaired the UN Security Council when the sanctions were lifted. In this book, the Nigerian Permanent Mission to the United Nations, headed by His Excellency, Professor Ibrahim Gambari, tells the story of the Mission’s contribution to world peace and international diplomacy – from Africa to Asia, and from Europe to the Americas. A must read for students of developmental politics and international relations.

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Edited By Professor Ibrahim A. Gambari
The 1994/95 session of the United Nations Security Council was chaired Nigeria. During this period, the UN’s most powerful entity (the Security Council) lifted its long-standing sanctions against the former racist apartheid government of South Africa. It was only fitting that Nigeria, which had spearheaded the international struggle against apartheid, chaired the UN Security Council when the sanctions were lifted. In this book, the Nigerian Permanent Mission to the United Nations, headed by His Excellency, Professor Ibrahim Gambari, tells the story of the Mission’s contribution to world peace and international diplomacy – from Africa to Asia, and from Europe to the Americas. A must read for students of developmental politics and international relations.

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