Alao Abiodun, ADESOLA Funso. "Commonwealth and Preventive Diplomacy in West Africa." In Jibrin Ibrahim (ed.) ECOWAS and Preventive Diplomacy in West Africa. Dakar (Senegal): CODESRIA, Forthcoming.
Funso, ADESOLA. "Grassroots Governance and Development: Lessons from Countries around the Globe." In Grassroots Governance and Development in Southwestern Nigeria: Exploring the Paths to Growth and Development. Ago Iwoye. (Nigeria).: Olabisi Onabanjo University Press., 2020.
Funso, ADESOLA. "Reflections on the Interface between Poverty and Food Insecurity in Nigeria." In Poverty Reduction Strategies in Africa. London and New York (USA).: Routledge, 2018.
Funso, ADESOLA. "The Fight for Libya: The Strength of Force, Not of Oil." In Global Perspectives on US Democratization Efforts: From the Outside In. New York (USA).: Palgrave Macmillan., 2016.
Funso, ADESOLA, and Omole Tale. "Islamic Jihad, Militias, and the Contemporary Nigerian State." In Contemporary Nigeria: Transitional Agencies of Change.. Austin, Texas (USA).: Pan-African University Press., 2016.
Funso, ADESOLA. "Africa in the Horn of Food and National Security Dilemma." In State, Governance and Security in Africa: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Bamitale Idowu Omole. Tallahassee, Florida, (USA).: SokheChapke Publishing Inc., 2015.
Funso, ADESOLA, OKWECHIME Iwebunor, AKO-NAI Ronke, and IWILADE Akin. State, Governance and Security in Africa: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Bamitale Idowu Omole. Tallahassee, Florida, (USA): SokheChapke Publishing Inc., 2015.
Funso, ADESOLA. "Congo DR and the Intrigues of Resource-Based Conflict." African Research Review Vol. 9 , no. No. 1, (S/No. 36), (Ethiopia) (2014): 62-72.
ADESOLA Funso, Akinyemi Lara. "Security of Lives of Opposition Elements." In (Gabriel Lanre Adeola (ed.) Opposition Political Parties and Democratization in Africa . Ikeja (Lagos, Nigeria).: ADLA Communications Limited. (139 – 150)., 2014.
ADESOLA, Funso. "African Women and the Changing Notion of Security." In (R. I. Ako-Nai (ed.) Gender and Power Relations in Nigeria. Maryland {USA}: Lexington Publishers Inc. 220 – 235., 2011.
ADESOLA Funso, Ako-Nai R. I. "Globalization, State Collapse and Forced Migration in West Africa." Ife Journal of Politics Vol. 1, no. 2 (2011): 124-136.
ADESOLA, Funso, Ako-Nai R. I. "The Nature and Dynamics of Nigeria/US Relations from 1999 to 2010." In (Sola Omoregie , Abiodun Alao (eds.) Nigeria and the United States: Twists and Turns through Five Decades. New York {USA}: Africa Peace Support Inc. 93 – 109., 2011.
ADESOLA, Funso. "Personality Theory and Nigeria’s External Relations during the Abacha Years." International Journal of Nigerian Studies Vol. 16 (2011): 51-66.
ADESOLA, Funso. National Security in Nigeria’s Relations with its Neighbours. Saarbrucken (Germany): VDM Verlag Dr. Muller GmbH & Co. KG. , 2010.
ADESOLA Funso, Ako-Nai R. I. ""Recycling” of Power Elites: A Threat to Democratic Consolidation?" African Insight Vol. 40, no. 3 (2010): 130-146.
ADESOLA, Funso. "National Security, Democratization and the Menace of ‘Ethnic Militias’ in Nigeria." West Africa Review, no. 11 (2007): 1-25.
Omole Tale, ADESOLA Funso, Ajibade Yetunde. "Changing Paradigm: France, Nigeria and Francophone Africa after the Cold War." In (Olayiwola Abegunrin, Olusoji Akomolafe (eds.) Nigeria in Global Politics: Twentieth Century and Beyond: Essays in Honour of Professor Olajide Aluko. New York {USA}: Novapublishers, 2006.
ADESOLA, Funso. International Relations: An Introductory Text. Ibadan (Nigeria): College Press and Publishers Limited., 2004.
Omole Tale, ADESOLA Funso. "The Years of the Locust: Nigerian Foreign Policy during the Abacha Years (1993 – 1998)." International Journal of Studies in Humanities Vol. 3, no. 1 (2004): 16-23.
ADESOLA, Funso. "Moummar Gaddafi of Libya and the World." Nigerian Forum Vol. 24, no. 9 – 10. (2003): 289-303.
ADESOLA, Funso. "Tenacity of Office of African Leaders: Reflections on Mobutu Sese Seko ." Legacy Spring/Summer (2001): 31-37.
ADESOLA, Funso. "The Ruling Class and the Poor in Africa: The Nigerian Case Study." Ife Social Sciences Review Vol. 18, no. 1 (2000): 196-206.