Hakeem Onapajo
Hakeem Onapajo
Assoc. Professor, Department of Political Science, Nile University of Nigeria
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Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria: Man, the state, and the international system
H Onapajo, UO Uzodike
African Security Review 21 (3), 24-39, 2012
“Baptism by Fire”: Boko Haram and the reign of terror in Nigeria
B Maiangwa, UO Uzodike, A Whetho, H Onapajo
Africa Today 59 (2), 41-57, 2012
Politics for God: Religion, politics and conflict in democratic Nigeria
H Onapajo
The Journal of Pan African Studies 4 (9), 42-66, 2012
Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria: The international dimension
H Onapajo, UO Uzodike, A Whetho
South African Journal of International Affairs 19 (3), 337-357, 2012
Has Nigeria defeated Boko Haram? An appraisal of the counter-terrorism approach under the Buhari administration
H Onapajo
Strategic Analysis 41 (1), 61-73, 2017
Boko Haram: the socio-economic drivers
OJ David, LE Asuelime, H Onapajo
Springer International Publishing, 2015
Violence and votes in Nigeria: The dominance of incumbents in the use of violence to rig elections
H Onapajo
Africa Spectrum 49 (2), 27-51, 2014
Non-military approach against terrorism in Nigeria: Deradicalization strategies and challenges in countering Boko Haram
H Onapajo, K Ozden
Ten years of Boko Haram in Nigeria: The dynamics and counterinsurgency …, 2023
Fuelling the flames: Boko Haram and deteriorating Christian–Muslim relations in Nigeria
H Onapajo, AA Usman
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 35 (1), 106-122, 2015
Nigeria’s 2015 general elections: The salience of electoral reforms
H Onapajo
The Round Table 104 (5), 573-584, 2015
Oil corrupts elections: The political economy of vote-buying in Nigeria
S Francis, H Onapajo, U Uzodike
University of Florida, Center for African Studies, 2015
Rigging through the courts: The judiciary and electoral fraud in Nigeria
H Onapajo, UO Uzodike
Journal of African Elections 13 (2), 137-168, 2014
Nigeria’s 2019 general elections–a shattered hope?
H Onapajo, D Babalola
The Round Table 109 (4), 363-367, 2020
A failing regional power? Nigeria’s international status in the age of Boko Haram
O Ogunnubi, H Onapajo, C Isike
Politikon 44 (3), 446-465, 2017
New clamour for “restructuring” in Nigeria: Elite politics, contradictions, and good governance
D Babalola, H Onapajo
African Studies Quarterly 18 (4), 41-56, 2019
The Global Politics of Gay Rights: The Straining Relations between the West and Africa.
H Onapajo, C Isike
Journal of Global Analysis 6 (1), 2016
Why Nigeria is not winning the anti-Boko Haram War
H Onapajo
Boko Haram: Anatomy of a crisis, 53-59, 2013
Politics and the pulpit: The rise and decline of religion in Nigeria’s 2015 presidential elections
H Onapajo
Journal of African Elections 15 (2), 112-135, 2016
Children in Boko Haram conflict: The neglected facet of a decade of terror in Nigeria
H Onapajo
African Security 13 (2), 195-211, 2020
How credible were the Nigerian 2015 general elections? An" electoral integrity" framework of analysis
H Onapajo
African renaissance 12 (3-4), 11-39, 2015
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