Basiru MusaTishk International University · International Relations and Diplomacy
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Basiru Musa currently works for the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy as Assistant Professor. His areas of research interest include International Political Economy, Middle East Politics, African Politics and Research Methods, although with bias in International Oil Politics. Musa's current research is on: The Impact of the Politics of Climate Change on the Global South: Nigeria in Focus
The paper examined the impact of globalization of petroleum politics on the oil sector of Nigeria and Nigeria. The paper employed the qualitative research framework, where document analysis was used method in obtaining relevant secondary data, and thematic analysis was adopted in analyzing the data. It is found that the globalization of petroleum p...
The paper analysed the implications of the politics of the Petroleum Industry Bill for Nigeria’s socioeconomic development. It employed the qualitative method as its methodology, in which semi-structured interview was used in eliciting primary data from suitable respondents along with secondary data from relevant academic works. The paper found out...
The study critically evaluated the impact of NATO's military intervention in the 2011 Libyan uprising. Specifically, it was intended to protect innocent civilians by imposing a no-fly zone over Libya ordered by a United Nations Security Council Resolution: 1973 or it was carried out to further the global hegemonic interests of the US through NATO's...
This paper evaluated the effects of global petroleum politics on Nigeria, being a major oil producer and an important member of Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in the current low global oil price regime. The research adopted systems theory, developed by Anatol Rapoport in 1974 as its theoretical lens and employed the qualit...