1.“Barack Obama’s Dual Heritage,” 2010, November. Chapter 16 in Public Intellectuals and the Politics of Global Africa: Essays in Honour of Professor Ali Mazrui. Edited by Seifudein Adem. London: Adonis & Abbey Publishers. This article is a revised version of “Barack Obama’s Dual Triple Heritage,” 2008. Journal of Pan African Studies, 2, (4): 12-21.
2.”Africa’s Migration Brain Drain: Factors Contributing to the Mass Emigration of Africa’s Elite to the West,” 2009. Chapter 5 in The New African Diaspora. Isidore Okpewho and Nkiru Nzegwu (Eds.). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Pp.109-123.
3.”Islam, Christianity, and Africa’s Indigenous Faiths: Demographic Introduction,” 2009. Chapter One in Africa’s Islamic Experience: History, Culture and Politics. Mazrui, A.A, Dikirr, P.M et al. (Eds.). New Delhi, India: Sterling Publishers Ltd. Pp.3-9.
4.”Demography, Diaspora and International Relations” 2008. Introductory Essay in the Encyclopedia of Africa and the Americas. Noelle Morrissette and Richard Juang (Eds). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Pp. 3-9.
5.”Africa’s Dual Brain Drain: Skilled Migration and Terminal (HIV/AIDS) Brain Drain,” Chapter 16. 2007. In Africa in The Global Power Play: Debates, Challenges and Potential Reforms. Bhekinkosi Moyo, Ed. London: Adonis & Abbey Publishers. Pp.273-287.
6.“Serving in America,” Chapter 9. 2007. In Adventures In Public Service.Edited by Dr. Robert Manley, Professor Emeritus. John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University. http://adventuresinpublicservice.com/3.html.
7.With Ali A. Mazrui: “Nigeria and South Africa: Key Facts and Statistics,” Chapter 2. 2006. In A Tale of Two Africas: Nigeria and South Africa as Contrasting Visions. Primary Author, Ali A. Mazrui. Primary Editor, James N. Karioki. London: Adonis-Abbey Press. Pp.27-36.
8.With Ali A. Mazrui: “The Dual Brain Drain: Migration and HIV-AIDS,” Chapter 20. 2006. In A Tale of Two Africas: Nigeria and South Africa as Contrasting Visions. Primary Author, Ali A. Mazrui. Primary Editor, James N. Karioki. London: Adonis-Abbey Press. Pp. 285-300.