Marginalized Violent Internal Conflicts (MVIC) Model: Reclaiming the Promise of the Ogoni Conflict in the Niger Delta, Nigeria

 
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This book focuses on the Ogoni conflict in the Niger Delta of Nigeria. There exists abundant scholarly materials on the conflict and wide-ranging prognostications on its causes. However, scholarship has been bogged down in controversy over whether economic self-interest or legitimate desire to protect community and environment propelled the conflict. The book seeks to extend scholarship on the Ogoni conflict by testing the analytical utility of a conflict model, Marginalized Violent Internal Conflict (MVIC), to attempts to fully comprehend the nature of the conflict. The author argues that the model, developed by Dan Tschirgi following a study of the Gamaa Al' Islamiyya (Egypt) and the Zapatista (Mexico) conflicts, provides better understanding of the causes and dynamics of the Ogoni conflict.

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This book seeks to extend scholarship on the Ogoni conflict by testing the analytical utility of Marginalized Violent Internal Conflict (MVIC) model in the comprehension of the nature and dynamics of the conflict. The author argues that the model provides fuller understanding of the causes and dynamics of the Ogoni conflict.

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