Mr. Osmond Agbor OtoraDepartment
History and International StudiesDesignation
Otora Agbor is a lecturer in the Department of History & International Studies, Universit of Calabar, Nigeria. He holds a B.A (Hons) History & International Studies, M.A (Boundaries and Strategic/Security Studies) from the University of Calabar. Currently, he a Ph.D candidate with bias in International Boundaries and Borderlands Research. He has attended and presented papers in many academic conferences and has many publications in both local and foreign scholarly journals to his credit.
|First School Leaving Certificate (Affidafit)||Primary School, Kalime, Ikom||1984||1990 delete_forever|
|West African Senior School Certificate (Private)||Government Secondary School, Ikom||1990||2005 delete_forever|
|Diploma in Computer and Information Technology||Micro-Compliant Computer Institute, Calabar||2003||2003 delete_forever|
|B A (Hons) History and International Studies||University of Calabar, Calabar||2004||2008 delete_forever|
|M. A Security and Strategic/Borderlands Studies||University of Calabar, Calabar||2010||2015 delete_forever|
|4. Otora, O. A. (2014). “Piracy and Maritime Criminality: Implications for a Transborder Maritime Security Regime in the Gulf of Guinea.” In Ilorin Journal of History and International Studies. Vol. 4 (1&2), pp. 207-225.5. Otora, O. A. (2014). “Borderlands of Insecurity: A Paradigm Shift towards a Sub-regional Peace and Security Regime in the Gulf of Guinea.” In Journal of African Politics and Society (JAPS). Vol. 3 (2), December, pp. 1-16.|
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