I come from a multidisciplinary academic background in management, economics, political science, and international law. I hold a Higher National Diploma in Business Administration and Management, a Bachelor’s (Honors) degree in Economics, and Master’s degrees in International Law and Diplomacy and Political Science from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. My research interests include the dynamics of international and non-international armed conflicts; trading, trafficking and proliferation of arms; the role of international law in the international politics of war and crisis; and comparative democratization.
I have authored several pieces including a co-authored article entitled “Nigeria’s African Policy in the 21st Century: An Appraisal of Contending Issues.” I have also worked as a research assistant in the Department of Political Science at the University of Lagos. In addition, I have many years of experience as a teacher, youth mentor, and community development leader. Presently, I teach graduate-level courses on the principles of international law, political economy, and law of armed conflict, war, and crisis in international relations.