Application for Admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy 74 Regular Course

Atelhe, George Atelhe

Atelhe, George Atelhe
Atelhe, George Atelhe
PhD, M.Sc., B.Sc. 
Department of Political Science
Email: andoratelhe@unical.edu.ng

 

 
    1. Name in Full: Atelhe, George Atelhe
    2. Department: Dept. of Defence and Security Studies 
    3. Date and Place of Birth: 05/09/79
    4. State of Origin: Cross River
    5. L.G.A: Obudu
    6. Nationality: Nigerian 
    7. Marital status: Married 
    8. Gender: Male 
    9. Contact Address: Dept. of Defence and Security Studies, NDA Kaduna  
    10. Permanent Home Address: 
    11. Date of First Appointment: January 2022 

Present Rank: Senior Lecturer

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

      1. PhD- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Nigeria Ph.D in Political Science 2012
      2. MSc- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. MSc Political Science 2006
      3. BSc- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. BSc Political Science

 

Selected Publications

      1. Re-visiting Ethnic Militia, National Security in Nigeria’s Niger Delta in Region in a Democratic Dispensation, 2007-2014. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspective. University of Calabar, Vol 4 No 3 PP1-5 (access online www.academix.ng)
      2. Policy Determinants of Gender Politics in Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 54 No 4 PP 485-499 (access online on europeanjournalofsocialsciences.com)
      3. Developing Small Towns as a Panacea to Poverty Reduction in Nigeria: A Focus on Itam and Ikot Ekpene in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific Research and Management, Vol. 6 (6), PP 32-39
      4. The Challenges of Implementing Public Policies in Nigeria: Strategies for Effective Development in the Educational Sector. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol. 23 (6), PP 1-5.
      5. Libya’s Foreign Policy under Muammar Gaddafi: A Historical and Contextual Overview. Lafia Journal of History and International Development, Vol. 1 (2), PP 136-151s
      6. The Nigerian State and the management of Farmers-Herders Conflict, An Evaluation.  International Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, an online Publication of the University of India VOL 5 NO 2 PP 8-20
      7. Democracy and Good Governance as a Prerequisite for Development in Nigeria. Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, Published by the Department of Political Science, University of Calabar, VOL.4 NO.1 PP 1-13
      8. Globalization and Africanization of Contemporary Pop Music: Implications for sustainable African Renaissance. Journal of sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion university of Pennsylvania, vol 20 no 3 pp100-111
      9. Situating the security-development nexus: what implications for strategic governance. Review of Public Administration and Management, published by the Department of Public Administration, Unizik Vol 7 No 14 pp 51-57
      10. Revisiting Climate Change and human security on pastoralists-farmers conflict in west Africa, Calabar Journal of Politics and Administration, published by the Department of Political Science, University of Calabar, vol 5 No1 pp 44-56
      11. Democracy, Exploitation and Political Allienation in Contemporary Nigeria. Journal of Politics and International Affairs, Publised by the Department of Political Science, Federal University Dutse ma, Vol 2 No 4
      12. LIBERIA: Civil War and the Complications of SALWAS proliferation. Conflict Study Quarterly, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, Vol 4 No 43 (2019)
      13. Democracy, intra party Struggle and Good Governance in Nigeria: A Study of the People Demcratic Party & All Progressive Congress. European Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 54 No 44.
      14. Africa and the Globalization Bargain: Towards a Collective Economic Sovereignty. Austral: Brazilian Journal of Strategy and International Relations, VOL 10, No 19, pp 230-251
      15. Democracy, Exploitation and Political Alienation in Contemporary Nigeria. FUDMA journal of Politics and International Affairs, published by the Department of Political Science, Federal University Dustema, Vol 2 No 4 pp 45-56
      16. Nigerian Federal System and the Debate on Restructuring in Contemporary Times. Multi-Disciplinary journal of research and Development Perspective. Published by the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calalabr, Vol 6
      17. Africa and the Globalization Bargain: Towards a collective economic Sovereignty

ONGOING RESEARCH

      1. Communal Conflicts and Food Security in Semi-urban communities in Obudu and Vadykia LGAs of Cross River and Benue States
      2. Media Construct on migration in Africa: What was the role of the media in the 2019 Xenophobic outbreak in South Africa