Nigeria and neutrality

Nigeria has stepped onto a long and difficult road toward national legitimacy-with international oil companies shuffling alongside. Its progress will help measure success of the developing role for companies in host-country politics. As this page has noted before and as several speakers asserted at the American Petroleum Institute annual meeting this month, the petroleum industry has entered a new era of international political relations (OGJ, Sept. 21, 1998, p. 27). Aggressive neutrality is no

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