Noureddine Jebnoun


Adjunct Assistant Professor, Adjunct Professor


Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS)
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Noureddine Jebnoun is a faculty member at Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies where his teaching interests focus on governance and security challenges of the Arab Middle East and North Africa.

Dr. Jebnoun was a Visiting Professor of Arab and Middle Eastern Affairs at the University of Montana (2008-2010). He has previously taught a variety of courses in the contemporary Arab world at Georgetown’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in D.C (2006-2008). He served as an Assistant Professor at the National War College, the Command and General Staff College and the National Defense Institute in Tunisia where he taught courses on “strategy” and “geopolitics” (1998-2004).

Dr. Jebnoun has appeared on various television news programs and has been widely interviewed and quoted for commentary by a broad range of media outlets including CNN, BBC World News America (Matt Frei, Katty Kay), NPR (Diane Rehm Show, On Point, Kojo Nnamdi), Al-Jazeera Arabic and English, Al-Hurra, IPS, Washington Post, Voice of America...


  • Diploma (2001) NATO Defense College (Rome), Mediterranean Dialogue Fellowship
  • PhD Political Science (1996) Sorbonne University (Paris), Security and Strategic Studies
  • MAS International Relations (1993) Sorbonne University (Paris), Politics & Strategy-Politics & Diplomacy
  • BA International Relations (1992) Institute of High International Studies (Paris), International Economics