African Journal of
Political Science and International Relations

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Pol. Sci. Int. Relat.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0832
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJPSIR
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 366

The politics of the coronavirus and its impact on international relations

July-September 2020 - Vol 14 Num. 3

Pandemic outbreaks are not a new phenomenon globally. There is plethora of evidence to substantiate this view. However, each epidemic has its own defining features, magnitude, and discernible impact. Societies are affected differently. The coronavirus or COVID-19 is not an incongruity. Although it is still active, thus...

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Stay at home: Coronavirus (COVID-19), isolationism and the future of globalization

July-September 2020

Kebede Kassa Tsegaye  

The United Nations (UN) and human rights: Challenges and prospects

July-September 2020

Eze Chris Akani  

African compliance with state fragility to gain agency in the international system: A case study of Uganda

July-September 2020

Anamika Madhuraj

The politics of the coronavirus and its impact on international relations

July-September 2020

Bheki Richard Mngomezulu  

Transformations in Nigeria’s foreign policy: From Balewa to Obasanjo

July-September 2020

Dele Jemirade  

October 2014

Neo-colonialism or De-colonialism? China’s economic engagement in Africa and the implications for world order

Jian Junbo and Donata Frasheri

October 2014

Lessons of 1969’S US Selective Service Amendment Act: Explaining US babyboomers’ civil war

George Steven Swan

October 2014

Elaborated and restricted codes of pluralism - Entangled manifestations in natural resource-dependent African countries

Francisco Kofi Nyaxo Olympio

November 2014

PBC- A commission for hegemonic peace building?

Keorapetse Mmoloki Gabatlhaolwe

November 2014

Elites and exclusive politics in Sub-Saharan African

Ibrahim Baba

January 2008

Path to African security under the 21st century nuclear regime

V. O. S. Okeke

January 2008

Ripe without warning: Israel and Egypt 1967-1973

Brian Christopher Nethery Kelly

August 2008

A myth and the reality: Does democratization bring investment?

Adoyi Onoja

August 2008

Rational emotive behaviour therapy in improving retirees’ attitude towards political participation

Mary Ogechi Esere, Joshua A. Omotosho and Mary C. O. Arewah

January 2009

The space for Congolese self-determination between absences and presences of the African Union and the United Nations

Marta Iñiguez de Heredia