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Vol. 1, No.3

Migration in a De-Globalizing World

IN THIS ISSUE

A comprehensive history of Lagos and migration by Nnamdi Ehirim;

 An essay exploring Eritrean migration, and the impacts of reforms under President Afwerki on national identity by Mirielle Mcmillin;

⎈ In an essay on international migration trends, Oreva Olakpe assesses Nigerian migrations to China;

 An exploration of the origins and drawbacks of global US military dominance by Obinna Chukwu;

⎈ An essay by Olajumoke Ayandele on sovereignty and Nigeria’s isolationist military strategy against Boko Haram;

A crucial assessment of American exceptionalism and African invisibility within the emerging working class anti-globalization discourse by Moses E. Ochonu;

 Ola Ogunmodede reviews Barack Obama’s legacy in Africa, with focus on his “trade not aid” approach to economic development;

 Kaspar Loftin discusses the fate of nationalism in post-Brexit Britain;

 Carlos Lopes writes on Brexit, preparation for which, he argues, is not only prudent; but also a matter of economic necessity in Africa

ONLINE SOON

 A deep dive into Chinese and Brazilian economic relations with Africa and impacts on labour rights within the continent by Sakina Badamasuiy Aregbesola and Obinna Edeh;

 Carlos Lopes examines a rising flaw in the logic of Western immigration debates;

In Reviews: Tolu Ogunlesi on Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo;

Also in Reviews: Wale Lawal on Lesley Nneka Arimah’s short story, “What It Means when a Man Falls from the Sky”

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Forthcoming

In our next issue, scholars and experts will critically discuss the impacts on individuals, businesses and economic sectors, of recent trends in the Nigerian economy

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Cover image by Nicola Lo Calzo