Benjamin Maiangwa Ph.D.
Benjamin Maiangwa Ph.D.
Lakehead University
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Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria: Causal factors and central problematic
UO Uzodike, B Maiangwa
African Renaissance 9 (1), 91-118, 2012
“Baptism by Fire”: Boko Haram and the reign of terror in Nigeria
B Maiangwa, UO Uzodike, A Whetho, H Onapajo
Africa Today 59 (2), 41-57, 2012
Nigeria united in grief; divided in response: Religious terrorism, Boko Haram, and the dynamics of state response
DE Agbiboa, B Maiangwa
African journal on conflict resolution 14 (1), 63-97, 2014
Why Boko Haram kidnaps women and young girls in north-eastern Nigeria
B Maiangwa, D Agbiboa
conflict trends 2014 (3), 51-56, 2014
Corruption in the Underdevelopment of the Niger Delta in Nigeria
DE Agbiboa, B Maiangwa
The Journal of Pan African Studies 5 (8), 108-132, 2012
“Conflicting indigeneity” and farmer–herder conflicts in postcolonial Africa
B Maiangwa
Peace Review 29 (3), 282-288, 2017
The changing dynamics of Boko Haram terrorism
B Maiangwa, UO Uzodike
Aljazeera Centre for Studies, 1-6, 2012
Boko Haram, religious violence, and the crisis of national identity in Nigeria: Towards a non-killing approach
DE Agbiboa, B Maiangwa
Journal of Developing Societies 29 (4), 379-403, 2013
Assessing the responses of the economic community of West African States to the recurring and emerging security threats in West Africa
B Maiangwa
Journal of Asian and African Studies 52 (1), 103-120, 2017
Oil multinational corporations, environmental irresponsibility and turbulent peace in the Niger Delta
B Maiangwa, DE Agbiboa
Africa Spectrum 48 (2), 71-83, 2013
" Daughters, brides, and supporters of the Jihad": revisiting the gender-based atrocities of Boko Haram in Nigeria.
B Maiangwa, OB Amao
African Renaissance 12 (2), 117-144, 2015
West Africa’s terrorist challenge and the dynamics of regional response
B Maiangwa
Insight on Africa 5 (1), 1-18, 2013
Has the Giant gone to sleep? Re-assessing Nigeria’s response to the Liberian Civil War (1990–1997) and the Boko Haram insurgency (2009–2015)
OB Amao, B Maiangwa
African Studies 76 (1), 22-43, 2017
Boko Haram's attacks and the people's response: A ‘fourth pillar’of the responsibility to protect?
V Popovski, B Maiangwa
African Security Review 25 (2), 159-175, 2016
Revisiting the Nigeria-Biafra war: The intangibles of post-war reconciliation
B Maiangwa
International Journal on World Peace 33 (4), 39-68, 2016
The nation as corporation: British colonialism and the pitfalls of postcolonial nationhood in Nigeria
B Maiangwa, MD Suleiman, CA Anyaduba
Peace and Conflict Studies 25 (1), 3, 2018
“Weak State”, Regional Power, Global Player: Nigeria and the Response to Boko Haram
D Mickler, MD Suleiman, B Maiangwa
African Security 12 (3-4), 272-299, 2019
Peacebuilding and reconciliation through storytelling in Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland
B Maiangwa, S Byrne
Storytelling, Self, Society 11 (1), 85-110, 2015
Killing in the Name of God? Explaining the Boko Haram Phenomenon in Nigeria
B Maiangwa
The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies 38 (1), 55-79, 2013
State fragility and the reign of terror in Nigeria: A case study of Boko Haram terrorism
B Maiangwa
Unpublished Dissertation, submitted to the University of KwaZulu Natal …, 2012
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