1 August 2011
From Oghogho Obayuwana,
.AS foreign policy experts, diplomats, professionals, civil society organisations, trade unions and the intelligentsia arrive in Abuja for an all stakeholders summit on Nigeria’s engagement with the rest of the world, a picture of what the country’s new foreign policy trust could look like has emerged.
According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Olugbenga Ashiru, the era when the nation’s foreign policy oscillates between the whims of the country’s foreign minister and the President is over.
The foreign policy review summit begins in