Oluwaseun Tella
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Understanding xenophobia in South Africa: The individual, the state and the international system
O Tella
Insight on Africa 8 (2), 142-158, 2016
Hegemony or survival-South Africa's soft power and the challenge of xenophobia
O Tella, O Ogunnubi
Africa Insight 44 (3), 145-163, 2014
Wielding soft power in strategic regions: an analysis of China’s power of attraction in Africa and the Middle East
O Tella
Africa Review 8 (2), 133-144, 2016
A declining or stable image? An assessment of the United States' soft power in Africa
O Tella
South African Journal of International Affairs 23 (2), 151-166, 2016
Boko Haram terrorism and counter-terrorism: The soft power context
O Tella
Journal of Asian and African Studies 53 (6), 815-829, 2018
South Africa in BRICS: The regional power’s soft power and soft balancing
O Tella
Politikon 44 (3), 387-403, 2017
Attractions and Limitations of Nigeria's Soft Power
O Tella
Journal of Global Analysis 7 (2), 109-128, 2017
Boko Haram terrorism and Nigeria’s security dilemma: Rethinking the state’s capacity
A Akinola, O Tella
International Journal of Innovative Social Sciences and Humanities Research …, 2013
AFRICOM: hard or soft power initiative?
O Tella
African Security Review 25 (4), 393-406, 2016
Framing South Africa’s soft power through non-state sources
O Ogunnubi, O Tella
Strategic Analysis 41 (5), 478-495, 2017
Currencies, constraints and contradictions of South Africa’s soft power
O Tella
Journal of Asian and African Studies 53 (3), 420-436, 2018
Space as a fulcrum of Nigeria's external relations and regional hegemony
O Tella
Space Policy 46, 46-52, 2018
Is Nigeria a soft power state?
O Tella
Social Dynamics 44 (2), 376-394, 2018
Agenda 2063 and its implications for Africa’s soft power
O Tella
Journal of Black Studies 49 (7), 714-730, 2018
South African higher education: The paradox of soft power and xenophobia
O Tella
The political economy of xenophobia in Africa, 81-92, 2018
Cultural adherence and the nexus between women empowerment and millennium development goals in Africa
AO Akinola, O Tella
Global Advanced Research Journal of Arts and Humanities (GARJAH) 2 (6), 103-110, 2013
Internal, Regional and External Impediments to Nigeria and South Africa’s Hegemonic Competence in Africa
O Tella
Nigeria-South Africa Relations and Regional Hegemonic Competence, 3-23, 2019
From Reformist to Pugnacious Rhetoric: Julius Malema and the South African Political Space
A Adeoye, T Oluwaseun, T Adeogun
Gandhi Marg Quarterly 37 (1), 103-120, 2015
Corruption and economic development: Africa and East Asia in comparative perspective
O Tella
Ubuntu: Journal of conflict and social transformation 2 (1_2), 47-67, 2013
Soft power individuals in Nigeria and South Africa: an appraisal of Olusegun Obasanjo’s and Thabo Mbeki’s power of attraction
O Tella
The Round Table 109 (5), 574-585, 2020
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