Doctoral researcher in the War Studies Department at King's College London
Fadi Nicholas Nassar is a doctoral researcher in the War Studies Department at King's College London and a Doctoral Fellow at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy. His work and research focus on international mediation, peace-keeping, conflict resolution, and post-conflict reconstruction.
Fadi started his academic journey with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and a certificate in Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations from Georgetown University. He also holds a Master of Public Administration with a concentration on international conflict resolution from Columbia University as well as a Master of Philosophy in War Studies, from King’s College London, where he is currently completing his PhD. His current research is directed towards understanding the limitations and possibilities for UN mediation in civil wars.
At different capacities, Fadi has worked with the United Nations Development Programme in Lebanon as well as in Peru, the Holy See’s Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Lebanon. He is a recurring op-ed contributor for Univision, writing on issues of US foreign policy, international relations, and social justice. He is also currently a cofounder and Chief Operating Officer at FairFare Inc, a user-friendly metasearch engine that helps users find the cheapest and fastest rides near them using an efficient mobile platform.