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14Nov2017

THE IMPACT OF ICT ON ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE ECOWAS PROTOCOL ON FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS GOODS AND SERVICES by Bala Musa Kaugama

ECOWAS Member States signed the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Protocol on Free Movement (EPFM) on 1 May 1979. The objective of the protocol is to abolish all forms of obstacles to free movement of persons, goods and services within ECOWAS Member States. It was envisaged that the protocol would facilitate cross-border movement
  • 14 Nov, 2017
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14Nov2017

AN EXAMINATION OF THE IMPACT OF UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS ON THE GHANA ARMED FORCES by Atsu Abgenyega

Ghana, and for that matter, the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) has contributed significantly to the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (UNPKOs) since 1960. This has enabled Ghana to gain the international status as one of the largest African contributors to United Nations Peacekeeping Operations. Several studies have been conducted in recent times; such as Aubyn and
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14Nov2017

MOVING THE GHANA ARMED FORCES COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE TO AN INTEGRATED REGIONAL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS by Atsain Henri Medard Okou

The problematic of providing the continent with a single Defence and Security Doctrine moved a step forward with the new African Union “Solemn Declaration on a Common African Defence and Security Doctrine.” However, for various reasons, the concept failed to be applied. The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC), as a Centre of
  • 14 Nov, 2017
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23Feb2016

NATO’S INTERVENTION IN LIBYA: A CASE OF THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT by Major Buah Dominic

The Libya situation being the first intervention in Africa under the R2P was bound to be confronted with some challenges and shortfalls which provided important grounds for altering future humanitarian interventions efforts. Issues such as the decision whether to intervene or not to intervene and when military option was to be considered, how it was
  • 23 Feb, 2016
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23Feb2016

GLOBALIZATION AND COLLECTIVE SECURITY WITHIN THE ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS): AN APPRAISAL by Major Theophilus Oswald Afotey Laryea

This study appraises the effect of globalization on the collective security in the ECOWAS sub region using qualitative research methodology. The purpose is to ascertain if globalization can be harnessed to enhance the collective security of ECOWAS. Accordingly, the study was guided by the core questions of how globalization affect collective security in ECOWAS and
  • 23 Feb, 2016
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23Feb2016

IMPLICATIONS OF TERRORISM AS A NEW NATIONAL SECURITY CHALLENGE TO THE NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES by Wing Commander Patrick James Edem

This study set out with the main goal of examining the impact of current trend of terrorism on Nigeria’s national security. In doing so, the study had four objectives which include assessing the emerging security trends and national security issues in Nigeria; examining the impact of terrorism on Nigeria’s national security and reviewing the efforts
  • 23 Feb, 2016
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22Jan2016

INSECURITY IN THE GULF OF GUINEA: DECLINING OR ENDURING?

The sea lanes of the Gulf of Guinea (GoG) are endowed with valuable resources and are an important artery of global trade. It connects maritime traffic from multiple continents due to its central location, particularly its proximity to Europe and America. Historically, the geostrategic importance of the GoG made it the center of intense European
  • 22 Jan, 2016
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31Dec2015

APPRAISING MILITARY POLICE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECURITY DUTIES IN THE GHANA ARMED FORCES: A CASE STUDY OF THE GHANA MILITARY POLICE by Major Bannerman Francis Kojo

The research appraised the law enforcement duties and core functions of the Ghana Military Police in the Ghana Armed Forces. The research was conducted to find answers to the perceived perception that the mainstream military personnel have about the Ghana Military Police. Military Police (MP) have specific roles that include enforcing the laws, directives and
  • 31 Dec, 2015
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31Dec2015

DEFENCE COMMUNICATION INFORMATION SYSTEMS: THE IMPACT ON THE GHANA ARMED FORCES IN THE NEXT DECADE by Abdulai Yakubu Boabeng

The Ghana Armed Forces has undergone a lot of changes over the years with advancement in modern CIS to knit together to ensure effective planning, decision-making and command and control (C2). The changes have affected personnel, equipment, internal and external operations and C2.  The drive for reforms in the GAF gave birth to the establishment
  • 31 Dec, 2015
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31Dec2015

ELECTORAL PROCESSES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR DEMOCRACY: A CASE STUDY OF GHANA by Major Ametame Eric

Ghana has been hailed by the international community as the beacon of democracy and an oasis of peace in a troubled region. This recognition was attained against the backdrop of successful electoral processes which have culminated in the peaceful transfer of power from one regime to another since the introduction of the Fourth Republic in
  • 31 Dec, 2015
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