Noureddine Jebnoun teaches at Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the School of Foreign Service.
Previously, he taught in Tunisia at the National War College, the Command and Staff College, and the National Defense Institute (1998–2004). His main research interests include Arab politics, contentious politics (i.e., people activism/mobilization, and collective protest) in the Arab World, comparative Arab civil-military relations, U.S. and West Asia and North Africa, socio-political dynamics in the Arabian Peninsula, and cross-border movements including migrants, refugees as well as internal displacement in the Sahara-Sahel region. He holds a Ph.D in Political Science from the University of Paris I-Pantheon Sorbonne (1996).
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