Examine The Information And The Effect Of Green Tree Agreement
There is no doubt that the neglect of border areas contributes to the problem of borders. Cameroonians along the Nigerian border mainly use foreign currency, watch Nigerian television, listen to Nigerian radio and are cut off from contact with their own country. Cameroon`s new border policy should therefore continue to include the construction of schools, hospitals, roads, agricultural organizations, telecommunications networks, tubular water, etc. Perhaps it is only by carrying out infrastructure developments and effectively occupying border areas that future attacks can be controlled and lasting peace guaranteed. The reward of the main protagonists could be catalytic when it comes to replicating the peaceful settlement of similar international disputes. This document describes a conceptual framework for the dynamics and resolution of international conflicts, examines the geopolitics of the Bakassi conflict between Nigeria and Cameroon, and describes the socio-economic implications of its peaceful settlement. The neglect and subsequent discovery of oil resources has subjected the Bakassi Peninsula to claims to sovereignty, military occupation and recourse to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The 2002 ICJ ruling in cameroon`s favour, while based on strong historical evidence, faced implementation difficulties. However, after the mediation of the UN Secretary-General, the good faith of the protagonists, the Green Tree agreement and the instruments that followed, Nigeria concluded the withdrawal of its military, police and administration from the Bakassi Peninsula until 14 August 2008. In addition to the disruptive activities of social movements, the whole process could be seen as a model for the peaceful resolution of border conflicts. The effects of the actuary on the reducing and reducing effects of expenditure, the effects on asset creation and the intensification of cross-border activities.
Infrastructure development and an effective presence are seen as essential elements of border management policy. The reflection on the potential socio-economic impact of Bakassi`s conflict resolution is devoted to the reducing effects and reduction of spending on peaceful settlements, the heritage effects of international credibility, cross-border activities reinforced by newly acquired confidence and the need for accompanying measures. On 14 August 2006, in a solemn ceremony, Nigerian troops peacefully withdrew from the Bakassi Peninsula, marking the culmination of a long and successful 12-year peace process. The effective withdrawal of the Nigerian armed forces from Bakassi is an indication that African nations in conflict over territorial rights and other issues can resolve this issue amicably – thus avoiding bloodshed, bloodshed, socio-economic and political divisions suffered by many post-independent countries. Other things that are identical, the Green Tree agreement and the various stages that led to the handover, are a model for the peaceful settlement of disputes in Africa. The entire process was completed by the Treaty of Calabar between Cameroon and Nigeria on 14 August 2008, which marked the total withdrawal of the Nigerian administration and police, in accordance with the Green Tree Agreement. The Cameroonian government must carry out major infrastructure developments in the areas of health, education, roads, water and telecommunications on the peninsula. This will facilitate the precarious living conditions of Bakassi`s inhabitants and encourage other Cameroonians to work there.