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- The Military and Military Transitions
The Paradox of Third-Wave Democratization in Africa: The Gambia under AFPRC-APRC Rule, 1994-2008. Lexington Books/Roman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, MD, 2009.
"The Gambia 2006 Presidential Elections: Change or Continuity." African Studies Review 51.1 (2008): 59-83.
"The Presidential and National Assembly Elections in The Gambia 2006/2007." Electoral Studies 27 (2008): 165-170.
"The Gambia's 'Elected' Autocrat, Poverty, Peripherality and Political Instability, 1994-2006: A Political Economy Assessment." Armed Forces & Society 34.3 (2008): 451-473
"The Gambia's Changing Political, Economic and Social Landscape." Africa Insight 33.2 (April 2003).
"The Foreign Policy of The Gambia: 1994-2000." in Explaining Small State Foreign Policy. Jeanne A. K. Hey (ed.). Lynne Rienner Publishers, Boulder, CO, 2003.
"The Military and Democratization in The Gambia." in Liberalization and Democratization in Africa. John Mbaku and Julius Ihonvbre (eds.). Praeger, Westport, CT, 2003.
"Post-coup Politics in The Gambia." Journal of Democracy 13.4: 167-172.
"Democracy in Africa: Constraints and Prospects." in Beyond Economic Liberalization: Structural Adjustment and the Alternatives. Bernard Logan and Kidane Mengisteab (eds.). Zed Press, London, UK, 1995.
Not Yet Democracy: West Africa's Slow Farewell to Authoritarianism. Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, 2005. (with M. Houngnikpo & B. N'Diaye).
Dr. Saine is currently working on "Leadership" in Africa"; "The Global War on Terror and West African Militaries," and completing a book for Greenwood Press on The Gambia. He has a book forthcoming (2010): Elections and Democratization in West Africa, 1990-2008 (Africa World Press).
Received internal grants to the tune of $50,000 to support my research and host a conference on "Elections and Democratization in West Africa at Miami University in April, 2008
Serve on several Academic Advisory Boards
Fellow Armed Forces & Society
Paradox of Democratization in Africa (latest book) has been nominated for two book awards.