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Name

Dr. Joseph Chidi Ebegbulem

Department

Political Science

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Joseph Chidi Ebegbulem

Dr. Joseph Chidi Ebegbulem holds a Bachelor’s Degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Political Science from Alabama State University, USA, A Master’s Degree in International Relations from the City College of the City University of New York and a Ph.D in International Relations from Ebonyi State University, Nigeria. He has taught at St. Catherine of Sienna School in New York, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (Ikotun Centre), Lagos. Currently, Dr. Ebegbulem is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Dr. Ebegbulem who graduated as the best student in the Department of Political Science, Alabama State University, is a recipient of the prestigious National Dean’s Award (Who is Who in American Universities and Colleges) for Academic Excellence. He has over 40 publications in both local and international journals. He has published two (2) outstanding books in International Relations and Government, namely INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN AFRICA and GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF THE MODERN STATE, a book that has been acquired by many university libraries across the world, including Stanford University California, Michigan State University, North Western University Illinois, Ohio University and New York Public Library. Dr. Ebegbulem is a member of many academic Associations, including the Nigerian Political Science Association, the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, the American Research Institute for Policy Studies, and Society for Peace Studies. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Education and Social Sciences (New York).


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Ebegbulem, J. C., & Aboh, A. B. (2020). The United States Foreign Policy and Intelligence Gathering: A Critical Assessment. Romanian Review of Political Science and International Relations, 22(1), 181-191.
Ebgbeulem, J. C. (2019). Nigeria’s National Interest and Foreign Policy: A Critical Evaluation. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6: 10.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2019). The Evolution of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy: From the Pre-Independence and Post-Independence Perspectives. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6: 10.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2019). Nigeria’s Leadership Role and Conflict Resolution in West Africa. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6: 10.
Williams, D. U., & Ebegbulem, J. C. (2018). Is war Amoral? Journal of Political Science and Leadership Research, 4: 1.
Adams, J. A., & Ebegbulem, J. C. (2017). Leadership Failure and Security Challenges in Nigeria: The Inextricable Nexus. North Asian International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 3: 5.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2017). Nigeria’s Intervention in the Cote d’Ivoire Conflict, 2002-2012: From the Liberal and Radical perspectives. International Referred Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research, 5 (11), 42-50.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2017). A Paradigm Shift in Nigeria’s Foreign Policy: From Afrocentrism to Economic and Citizen Diplomacy. International Referred Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research, 5 (11), 1-9.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2017). The Imperative of Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria through Credible Elections. African Journal of Political and Administrative Studies, 9: 1.
Ebegbulem, J. C., Adejumo, T., & Uyang, F. (2016). Poverty in the Niger Delta: The Challenges of Attaining the Millennium Development Goals by 2015. Journal of Advances in Political Science, 2: 3.
Adams, J. A., & Ebegbulem, J. C. (2016). Nigeria’s National Interest and Interventions in West African Conflicts: A Critical Analysis. African Journal of Political and Administrative Studies, 8: 1.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2013). An Evaluation of Nigeria-South Africa Bilateral Relations. Journal of International Relations and Foreign Policy, 1 (1), 32-40.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2012). The Failure of Collective Security in the Post-World War I and II International System. AGATHOS – An International Review of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 3: 128-140.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2012). Nigeria and Conflict Resolution in Africa: The Darfur Experience. Civilizar: Social Science and Humanities, 11 (21), 69-76.
Ebegbulem, J. C., Adams, J., & Ayuk, A. (2012). The Challenges of Integrating Africa into the Globalised World Economy through New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD). International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1 (13), 270-278.
Ebegbulem, J. C., Ekpe, D., & Adejumo, T. (2012). Oil Exploration and Poverty in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: A Critical Analysis. International Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 4 (3), 279-287.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2011). Ethnic Politics and Conflicts in Nigeria: Theoretical Perspectives. Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 14 (3), 76-91.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2011). Credible Elections and Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: The Moral Imperatives. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS), 2 (4), 246-250.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2011). The Impact of Global Economic Recession on Nigeria’s bid for a Permanent Seat at the Security Council of the U.N.O. International Society for Asia-Pacific Studies (ISAP), 3: 2.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2011). Corruption and Leadership Crisis in Africa: The Nigerian Experience. International Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 3 (11), 221-227.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2008). Nigerian Foreign Policy under President Olusegun Obasanjo: Bakassi Peninsula in Focus. Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 3 (2), 63-76.
Ebegbulem, J. C., & Adams, J. A. (2008). Electoral Apathy and its Implications for the Conduct of Credible Elections in Nigeria. Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, 3 (2), 244-253.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2008). National Interest: A Principal Factor in Foreign Policy Formulation. African Journal of Political and Administrative Studies (AJPAS), 4 (1), 1-12.
Adams, J. A., & Ebegbulem, J. C. (2008). The African Union and the Challenges of Establishing a Continental Government in the 21st Century. African Studies Review, 7: 106-112.
Ebegbulem, J. C., & Williams, D. U. (2008). Nigerian Foreign Policy and Foreign Direct Investment (1999 – 2007): A Critical Assessment. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 2 (1), 75-81.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2007). Privatization in Nigeria: Implication on the Nigerian Economy from the Liberal and Radical Viewpoints. Journal of Policy and Development Studies,1 (2), 98-105.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2007). The Imperative of True Federalism in Nigeria and the Niger Delta Question of Resource Control. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 2 (3),12-16.
Ingwe, R., Ebegbulem, J. C., & Ikeji, C. (2007). Implications of the Emerging Green Policy of the Obama Administration for Africa’s Sustainable Development. African Journal of Political Science and International Relations, 4 (1), 1-12.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2006). The Multi-Dimensional Middle East Conflicts: Implications for International Relations. Journal of International Studies,1 (1), 194-202.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2006). Achieving Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria through Credible Elections. Journal of Social and Policy Issues, 4 (4), 107-110.
Ebegbulem, J. C. (2006). Multinational Corporations: Flag bearers of Imperialism or Engines of Development in the Less Developed Countries? Nigerian Journal of Social Development, 2 (2).

S/N Grant Currency/Amount Grantor Date
TETFUND Research Grant# 1998,100TETFUND2017-11-07

S/N Conference Description Started Finished
30th Annual Conference of Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) at the University of PortHarcourt2016-06-262016-06-29
1st Annual Conference of National Association of History and International Studies, University of Calabar. Leadership Failure and Security Challenges in Nigeria: The inextricable Nexus.2016-09-162016-09-16
4th Annual Conference of Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) South East zone at Imo State University.The Imperative of Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria through Credible Elections.2016-10-162016-10-19
Workshop on Effective Teaching of the New JUPEB Syllabus at the University of Lagos.2018-01-052018-01-06
UNICEF/Academia Enagement for Establishment of Social Policy Network at Dannic Hotels.2018-04-242018-04-26
Workshop on Enhancing Tutors Capacity Towards Actualising Students Academic Excellence in JUPEB Examinations at the University of Nigeria Nsukka.2019-12-032019-12-04