Sea border talks between Israel and Lebanon on verge of imminent collapse
Nicholas Noe is director of the 501(c)3 Foundation for Global Political Exchange – established in 2008 – as well as co-founder of the Beirut-based news translation service Mideastwire.com. From 2017 to 2021, he served as a political advisor at the Geneva-based Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue.
Since 2006, Mr. Noe has regularly provided analysis and commentary for Al-Jazeera International, BBC and a number of US and European publications. He is the author of a 2009 policy paper for the New America and Century Foundations titled “Re-Imagining the Lebanon Track: Towards a New US Policy,” the editor of the 2007 book “Voice of Hezbollah: The Statements of Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah,” co-editor of the Heinrich Boell Foundation’s journal on the Middle East (Perspectives) from 2012-2015 and was a Visiting Fellow with the European Council on Foreign Relations in 2014.
Mr. Noe’s Op-Eds on the region have appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, Foreign Affairs, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Foreign Policy Magazine, Asia Times, The National and The National Interest, among other publications. His most recent policy paper for European University Institute is titled “Breaking the cycle: A new American approach to Lebanon.”
Mr. Noe currently lives between Beirut, Lebanon, where he co-founded the Coop D’Etat Rooftop, and Tunis, Tunisia, where he co-founded Villa 78. He graduated Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University (1999) and later received his MPhil with honors from Cambridge University (International Relations, 2006), where he was elected a scholar of Selwyn College.