Prof. Bonchuk Michael OmangDepartment
History and International StudiesDesignation
BONCHUK, M. O. Ph.D is a Professor of International Boundaries, Borderlands and Cross-Border Resource Management. He holds a BA (Hons) History; M A International Relations; M. Sc. Strategic Studies; Acad. Dip. and Ph.D degrees. He was educated at University of Calabar, University of Lagos and City University of Florence, Italy. His research interest cover such areas as history, international relations, diplomacy, international boundaries and borderlands, security, conflict management and strategic cross-border resources management. He has taught and supervised14 Doctoral and 12 MA/M.Sc degrees holders, with about 8 of post-graduate students still under his supervision. Currently, he lectures in the Department of History and International Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria.
|Bonchuk, M. O.. â€œFrom Integration to Bifurcation: The Internalization of Calabar Boundary Regime in the Context of Border Conflicts and Management in Africaâ€, Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, September, 3(6) 2015: 1126 â€“ 1134.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. and Majuk, S. E.. â€œNigeria â€“ Cameroon Cross-Cultural Cooperation and Developmentâ€, Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, September, 3(6A) 2015:1107 - 1114.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œStrategies for Countering Terrorism in the Tourism Industry.â€ In African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society, 2 2010:45 â€“ 55.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œThe International Court of Justice (ICJ) Judgement over the Bakassi Peninsula: A Model in the Resoltuion of African Boundary Disputesâ€, Journal of Pan-African Studies, 3(1) 2009:61-71|
|Bonchuk, M. O.. â€œInternational Boundaries and â€œSplit Personalitiesâ€: The Experience of the Boki Ethnic Nationality in the Cross River Region and South-west Cameroonâ€ in Journal of Applied Social Sciences â€“ A Multidisciplinary Journal of the Faculty of Social and Management Sciences, 8(1) 2009: 275 â€“ 88|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œEmerging Issues and Security Challenges in the Current Democratic Dispensation.â€ In AAU: African Studies Review, 8 2009 :79 â€“ 93.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œTransborder Migrations: Impact on Nigeriaâ€™s Socio-Economic Development.â€ In National Boundary Commission Quarterly Journal on Boundary Management, 2(2) 2008: 9 â€“ 30.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œInternational Boundaries of Nigeria and Peace Management: Search for Policy Relevance.â€ In Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies â€“ An Inter-Disciplinary Journal, 8(1) 2005:79 â€“ 97.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œInter-Colonial Boundaries: Labour Movement and the â€œStrangerâ€ Question in British Southern Cameroon, 1916 â€“ 1961.â€ In Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8(2) 2005:158 â€“ 172.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œInternational Boundaries and Divided Peoples: Focus on the Boki and Ejagham Communities in the Cross River Borderlands, 1884 â€“ 1990.â€ In Knowledge Review, 6(1) 2003:147-153.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œThe Anglo-French Boundary in Cameroon, 1916 â€“ 1961: A Case Study in Boundary Conflicts and Co-operation.â€ In NIJOREF, 2(3) 2003:81 â€“ 88.|
|Bonchuk, M. O.. â€œTrade and Commercial Contacts between the Boki and their Neigbours, 1750 â€“ 1950.â€ In CAJOLIS, 5(1) 2002:28 â€“ 41.|
|Bonchuk, M. O. â€œBoderlands, Marginality and the Culture of Poverty.â€ In An African Journal of Philosophy, 4(1) 2001:77 â€“ 91.|
|Bonchuk, M. O.. â€œResistance, Conflict and Co-operation along the Nigeria-Cameroon Boundary, 1884 â€“ 1916.â€ In The Calabar Historical Journal, 4(1) 2000:170 â€“ 184.|
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