Book Review: ‘Gulliver's Troubles: Nigeria's Foreign Policy after the Cold War'
This elegant book covers an expansive thematic mosaic. Its sixteen chapters provide incisive analytical coverage, conceptual insights and empirical richness, pointing to the factors and imperatives which have shaped Nigeria's foreign policy since the end of the Cold War. That it succeeds so admirably is a tribute to the editors and well-chosen authors.
Each chapter helps to impose order on this complex mosaic.
African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 8 (2) 2008: pp. 131-134