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Michael Ibanga “Human Rights Policy in Nigeria: The Need for Improvement”. International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy Vol.3 No.1 (2000) pp.196-204.

Michael Ibanga Learning Legal Theory and Legal Method ISB N 978-32938-1-2 (Calabar: Associated Publishers Ltd, 1996) pp.249. https:/!AACAAJ.

Michael Ibanga International Humanitarian Law ISBN 978-008-097-4 (Calabar: University of Calabar Press, 2003) pp.137.

Michael Ibanga “Antecedents, Facilitating Factors and Socio-Legal Consequences of the Lutheran Reformation in Europe and Beyond” Baze University Abuja Law Journal (2017) pp.1-18

Michael Ibanga “Determining the Proper Scope of International Humanitarian Law” Sri Lanka Journal of International Law Vol.7 (1995) pp.95-105.

Jacob Abiodun Dada and Mike E. Ibanga “Human Rights Protection in Nigeria: From Rhetoric to Pragmatic Agenda” African Journal of Law and Criminology (2011) pp.70-81.

Michael Ibanga “Evolution of International Humanitarian Law: Past Development and Current Trends” Sri Lanka Journal of International Law Vol.II (1999) pp.131-148.

Michael Ibanga and O. W. Igwe “Legal and Related Questions Concerning the African Union” Sub-saharan African Journal of Development and Administration (2014).

Mike Ibanga, “Inevitability and Justifiability of War: Fundamental Problems for Present International Humanitarian Law” Cochin University Law Review Vol.XVIII No.1 (1994) pp.77-88.

Michael Ibanga “The concept of Armed Conflict in Public International Law: Some Reflections” Sri Lanka Journal of International Law Vol.14 (2002) pp.107-116.

Michael Ibanga “Forms and Contexts of Terrorism and the Imperative of Differentiated Socio-Legal Response” University of Uyo Local Journal (2016) pp

K. A. Apori and M. Ibanga “Regulatory Agencies in the Telecommunication Sector and the Protection of the Nigerian Consumer” The Calabar Law Journal (2004-2006) pp.161-180.

Michael Ibanga “The Relevance of Customary Norms in the Area of International Humanitarian Law” University of Benin Law Journal (2002) pp.74-93.

Michael Ibanga “The Terrorist Attacks on the United States and Right of Self Defence”. The Calabar Law Journal (2002-2003) pp.1-22.

Michael Ibanga “Poverty Alleviation Through Micro-credit Facilities: Human Rights Implications” International Journal of Social Science and Public Policy Vol.3 No. 2 (2000) pp.71-82.

Michael Ibanga “The Liberian Armed Conflict Revisited: Responsibilities of Belligerents under International Humanitarian Law”. The Calabar Law Journal (2001) pp.22-43.

Michael Ibanga “Democracy as a Foundation for Human Rights Protection” Calabar Journal of the Humanities (2000) pp.185-196.

Michael Ibanga “The Nature of the International System and International Humanitarian Law” The Calabar Law Journal (1999) pp.18-34.

Michael Ibanga “International Humanitarian Law and Terrorism as a Method of Warfare”. Conference on International Humanitarian Law, Sheraton Hotel, Pretoria (6 November, 2012).

Michael Ibanga “The African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Nigerian Law: Reflections on the Abacha Case” Jacob Dada (ed.) Jewel on the Bench: Essays in Honour of Hon. Justice Dorothy Nse Eyamba-Idem.

Michael Ibanga “Human Rights” U. E. Uya and Samuel Akpan (eds.) The First Two Years of Obasanjo Administration

Michael Ibanga “Protection of Minority Rights in Nigeria” in G. O. Ozumba et al (eds.) Citizenship Education

Michael Ibanga “Human Rights and the 1995 Draft Constitution” in Okon Uya and Victor c. Uchendu (eds.) Issues in the 1995 Nigerian Draft Constitution

Michael Ibanga “International Law and the Nigerian Economy” in Godfrey Ozumba (ed.) Nigerian Government and Politics.

Michael Ibanga “Legal Research Method” in Jacob Abiodun Dada and Mike P. Okon (eds.) Excellence in Legal Studies in Nigeria (Calabar: University of Calabar Press, 2016) pp.92-127.

Michael Ibanga “Bases and Implications of Resource Control by States” in Okon E. Uya and J. Okoro (eds.) Grassroot Democracy and Politics in Nigeria.

Michael Ibanga “Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Strengthening Democracy in Nigeria” Okon E. Uya (ed.) Civil Society and the Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria.

Michael Ibanga “Popular Education and the Sustenance of Democracy in Nigeria” in Okon Edet Uya, Daniel Denga, John Emeh and James Okoro (eds) Education for Sustainable Democracy: The Nigerian Experience. pp.529-543.

Michael Ibanga and James Archibong “Boko Haram insurgency: Implications under Domestic and International Law” in John Mark Iyi and Hennie Strydom (eds) Boko aram and International Law (Springer International Publishing, 2018)

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