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CSAT Occasional Paper No. 67 : Failed State 2030Nigeria—A Case Study

By Col Christopher J. Kinnan, USAF

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Title: CSAT Occasional Paper No. 67 : Failed State 2030Nigeria—A Case Study  
Author: Col Christopher J. Kinnan, USAF
Volume: 67
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Political Science, International Relations
Collections: Philosophy, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Social Sciences, Technology, Economics, Political Sociology, Law, Military Science, Economy, Literature, Political Science, Sociology, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China
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The reader should know that the scenario presented in this monograph is not a forecast of a specific future but rather is structured to help the reader understand the magnitude and shape of Africa’s largest economy and the impact it has on the world. As we see in the 2009 global recession and credit crisis in today’s globalized world, a failure in Nigeria, like the failure of almost any other nation, could have serious repercussions across the planet. Whether Nigeria is able to grow into a thriving, stable, and vibrant democracy or whether it becomes a failed state, the people of the United States must be ready to support Nigeria as a fellow member of the international system.

Table of Contents
1 INTRODUCTION . . . . 1 2 NIGERIA IN CONTEXT: DEFINING FAILURE . . . . 9 3 THE SOCIAL SCHISMS OF NIGERIA . . . . 21 Col Douglas W. Jaquis 4 NIGERIAN POLITICS . . . . 33 Col Mark D. DeLong 5 NIGERIA’S ECONOMY . . . 39 Col Daniel B. Gordon 6 MILITARY VECTORS . . . . 55 Col Robert S. McAllum 7 NIGERIA IN 2030: PATHS TO FAILURE . . . .65 Col Christopher J. Kinnan 8 TECHNOLOGY AND FAILED STATE 2030—THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCERESPONDS . . . . .95 Col Christopher J. Kinnan 9 SUMMARY . . . . . 109

 

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