Nigerian focus

Petroleum-rich Nigeria is facing its worst domestic crisis since the Biafran civil war of the late 1960s, with serious consequences for the U.S. Paul Michael Wihbey of the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, Washington, D.C., and Anthony Mitchell, a former visiting fellow at the American Enterprises Institute for Public Policy Research, have been watching the growth of U.S. oil imports from the South Atlantic region (OGJ, June 29, 1998, p. 25).

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