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Dr T. OLADIMEJI (B.A., M.A., PhD.)

Lecturer I

Historical Background

Dr Oladimeji Talibu started his academic career in Malaysia as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at International Islamic University Malaysia in 2011. He rose to the position of Assistant Lecturer in 2013 when he started his Doctoral degree education in Universiti Utara Malaysia. Dr. Oladimeji earned his PhD in 2016 and was subsequently engaged as a researcher in the same university. During his academic sojourn in Universiti Utara Malaysia, he was awarded International Postgraduate Scholarship award. He assume the position of Lecturer II in Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State, where he was the HOD before moving to his present place of work. He is blessed with children.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (International Relations)

Universiti Utara Malaysia (Northern University of Malaysia),

Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia, 2016.

 

 Master of Human Sciences (Political Science/International Relations)

International Islamic University Malaysia, 

Gombak Campus, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2013

 

 Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (History and Diplomatic Studies) 

Olabisi Onabanjo University (Formerly Ogun State University), 

Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria, 2008 (2:1

Research Interest

Multilateralism, Foreign Policy, Security Studies and Regional Integration

Publications

  1. *Oladimeji, T. and Adamu, R. (2021). Great Powers and the Maintenance of International Order: A Case Study of West Africa. Gadau Journal of Intellectual Discourse. Vol. 3 (1).

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. and Adamu, R. (2021). Multilateralism and Regional Integration: An Exploration of Nexus. Lapai International Journal of Administration. Vol. 3 (4).

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. (2020). “Nigeria’s Foreign Policy under the British Colonial Rule, 1914-60”. Journal of History and International Relations, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Vol.6 (1)

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. &  Stoni, M. (2019). Foreign Policy of the U.S. Towards the Kurds in Turkey and Syria: An Analytical Framework. International Affairs and Global Strategy Vol. 75, 14-20. (Published by the International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE) New York, USA), Accessed at file:///C:/Users/user/Downloads/49061-52701-1-PB.pdf.

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T., (2017). “Economic Dimension in Nigeria’s Multilateral Diplomacy since 1960: An Appraisal”. Global Disclosure of Economics and Business, Vol. 6(2), 61-70. (Published by Asian Business Consortium) Accessed at http://i-proclaim.my/archive/index.php/gdeb/article/view/431

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T., Kirmanj, S. & Bashawir, G. (2016). “The New Great Trek: Examining the Root Causes of the Influx of Refugees from Syria and Iraq to Europe”.  ABC Journal of Advanced Research, Vol. 5(2), 91-100. (Published by i-proclaim Malaysia) Accessed at http://i-proclaim.my/archive/index.php/abcjar/article/view/218

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T., & Al-Shafii, M. (2016). “Nigerian Muslims and Democratic Malfunction: an Insider’s Perspective”. Journal of Islamic legal studies. Vol. 2(1), 26-39 (Published by Disc International  ISSN-2519-1535) Accessed at joilj.discinternational.org/index.php/joils/article/view/43/28

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. & Ahmad, Zaki (2016), “Empricising Regional Hegemony in the Periphery: A Case Study of Nigeria”. International Affairs and Global Strategy. Vol. 42, 8-18. (Published by the International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE) New York, USA), www.iiste.org/journal/index.USA.

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. & Mpawenimana, S. (2015). “Roles of states and multilateral institutions in reducing Hutu-Tutsi conflict: a Critical Appraisal”. The international journal of humanities and social studies (IJHSS). 3(6), 305-311. Accessed at http://theijhss.com/2015-2/june-15

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. Mpawenimana, S. (2015) “Hutu-Tutsi conflict in Burundi: a critical exploration of factors”. The international journal of humanities and social studies(IJHSS) . 3(6), 298-304. Accessed at http://theijhss.com/2015-2/june-15

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. & Kirmanj, S. (2015). “Nigeria’s multilateral policy and regional order of West Africa in the post-cold war international system”. International journal of physical and social sciences (IJPSS). 5(7), 682-698. (Published by International Journal of Multidisciplinary Academy). Accessed at https://www.ijmra.us/physical_journal.php

 

  1. *Oladimeji, T. & Ahmad, Zaki. (2015). Conceptualizing multilateralism in the foreign policy of a regional power: a case study of Nigeria. International journal of research. 2(6), 401-409 (Published by Edupedia Publications, India). Accessed at   https://edupediapublications.org/journals/IJR

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