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Prof Christopher Isike
Prof Christopher Isike
Professor of African Politics, Development and International Relations, University of Pretoria
Verified email at up.ac.za
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Towards an indigenous model of conflict resolution: Reinventing women’s roles as traditional peacebuilders in neo-colonial Africa
C Isike, UO Uzodike
African Journal on Conflict Resolution 11 (2), 32-58, 2011
752011
Regional hegemonic contention and the asymmetry of soft power: A comparative analysis of South Africa and Nigeria
O Ogunnubi, C Isike
The Strategic Review for Southern Africa 37 (1), 2015
742015
A socio-cultural analysis of African immigration to South Africa
C Isike, E Isike
Alternation 19 (1), 93-116, 2012
692012
The United States Africa Command: Enhancing American security or fostering African development?
C Isike, UO Uzodike, L Gilbert
African Security Studies 17 (1), 20-38, 2008
362008
Whose security? Understanding the Niger Delta crisis as a clash of two security conceptions
UO Uzodike, C Isike
African Security Review 18 (3), 103-116, 2009
352009
The United States Africa command: security for whom?
LD Gilbert, UO Uzodike, C Isike
Journal of Pan African Studies 2 (8), 2009
312009
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
302017
Nigeria’s soft power sources: Between potential and illusion?
O Ogunnubi, C Isike
International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 31 (1), 49-67, 2018
292018
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
252016
South Africa’s foreign policy aspirations and the National Development Plan (NDP 2030): the role of soft power
C Isike, O Ogunnubi
Journal of Contemporary African Studies 35 (3), 284-302, 2017
202017
Soft power and a feminist ethics of peacebuilding in Africa
C Isike
Peace Review 29 (3), 350-357, 2017
202017
Ubuntu diplomacy: Broadening soft power in an African context
D Madise, C Isike
Journal of Public Affairs 20 (3), e2097, 2020
182020
Feminising the peace process: A comparative analysis of women and conflict in the Niger-Delta (Nigeria) and Kwazulu-Natal (South Africa)
CA Isike
182009
The discordant soft power tunes of South Africa’s withdrawal from the ICC
C Isike, O Ogunnubi
Politikon 44 (1), 173-179, 2017
152017
Marginalising women in politics: Recent trends in KwaZulu-Natal
C Isike, UO Uzodike
Development Southern Africa 28 (2), 225-240, 2011
152011
Reporting Africa: The role of the media in (un) shaping democratic agenda
CA Isike, SA Omotoso
Political communication in Africa, 209-227, 2017
142017
The moral imagination, Ubuntu and African women: Towards feminizing politics and peace-building in KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa)
C Isike, U Okeke-Uzodike
Ghandi Marg 31 (4), 679-709, 2010
142010
Towards a theoretical and cultural analysis of dangerous masculinities in contemporary Africa: Can we reinvent African patriarchies to curb HIV and AIDS
UO Uzodike, C Isike
Redemptive masculinities: Men, HIV and religion, 31-53, 2012
132012
An analysis of the opinions of African immigrants on service delivery by the Department of Home Affairs, South Africa
SA Umezurike, C Isike
Inkanyiso: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 5 (1), 53-63, 2013
112013
Modernizing without westernizing: reinventing African patriarchies to combat the HIV and AIDS epidemic in Africa
C Isike, UO Uzodike
Journal of Constructive Theology 14 (1), 3-20, 2008
112008
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