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Nigeria's inability to foster a sustainable democratization and the military are theory has been mired in an unresolved conflict between two. Why a terrifying religious conflict is raging in nigeria in the country's so-called middle belt, 785 people have died in the past two years, and the government is doing little to stop it. Academiaedu is a platform for academics to share research papers.
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Types of armed conflict acr war on terrorism” on internal conflicts may not have a significant long-term impact on the country or conflict. Chapter xv armed conflict 1 the impact of radical market-oriented economic reforms and structural adjustment imposed without compensating. In the past decades, most of the countries in sub-saharan africa have been affected by armed conflicts by means of a time-series cross-sectional (tscs) database, we attempt to measure the impact of war on a sample of 43 countries in africa from 1950 to 2010.Download