Noel Malcolm is a Historian, senior research fellow at All Souls College, Oxford. He is the author of many books, including Bosnia: a Short History (1994) and Kosovo: a Short History (1997), as well as being general editor of the Clarendon Edition of the Works of Thomas Hobbes. A fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge from 1981 to 1988, he later became foreign editor of The Spectator and a political columnist on The Daily Telegraph. He is also a fellow of The British Academy..
- Bosnian Institute - chair of the Board of Trustees
- Centre for Policy Studies
- Friends of the Union
- Standpoint – Advisory Board
- Conservative Philosophy Group 
Noel Malcolm is the author of Bosnia: A Short History (1994), Origins of English Nonsense (1997), Kosovo: A Short History (1998), Aspects of Hobbes (2002), and (with J. Stedall) John Pell (1611-1685) and His Correspondence with Sir Charles Cavendish: The Mental World of an Early Modern Mathematician (2005). He is the editor of The Correspondence of Thomas Hobbes (1994). He has also written George Enescu: His Life and Music (1990) (Toccata Press). He also wrote a pamphlet in 1991 titled Sense on Sovereignty, a discussion of the arguments about Britain's membership of the European Union published by the Centre for Policy Studies.
Articles by Noel Malcolm on Yugoslavia available online
- "Kosova është territor i humbur për Serbinë", Intervistoi Iliriana A. Bajo, Radio Evropa e Lirë, 3. Dhjetor, 2003.
- "Nato must remain until the job is done", The Daily Telegraph, 2 September 2001.
- "Milosevic was doomed by press freedom", The Sunday Telegraph, 1 July 2001.
- "Why we were right to bomb Kosovo", The Daily Telegraph, 24 March 2000.
- "Independence for Kosovo", The New York Times, 9 June 1999.
- "Kosovo, Serbian Nationalism and Territorial Partition", HABSBURG Reviews, 10 May 1999.
- "Response to Amos Perlmutter's op-ed "Who Will Run Kosovo", The Washington Times, 4 May 1999.
- "What Ancient Hatreds?", Foreign Affairs, January/February 1999.
- "Kosovo: Only Independence Will Work", The National Interest, Winter 1998/99.
- "Kicking Kenney on Kosovo", The Nation, 16 November 1998, Volume 267, Number 16.
- "Kosovo's History", New York Review of Books, 16 July 1998.
- "Kosovo and Bosnia: three points", Bosnian report, March-May 1998, New Series no.3.
- "The Past Must Not Be Prologue", Time, 30 March 1998, Vol. 151 N° 13.
- "The grandee and a question of genocide", Daily Mail, 6 November 1996.
- "Appease with Dishonor: Faulty History", Foreign Affairs, November/December 1995.
Reviews of books on Yugoslavia by Noel Malcolm
- "Britain's fatal foreign policy", Review of the book by Brendan Simms: Unfinest Hour: 'Britain and the Destruction of Bosnia (Allen Lane/Penguin), Bosnian Report, January - May 2002, New Series No 27-28.
- "The dysfunctional functionary", The Sunday Telegraph, 20 October 2000.
- "Stay the Hand of Vengeance", Review of: Stay the Hand of Vengeance: the politics of war crimes tribunals, by Gary Bass, Princeton University Press, The Sunday Telegraph, 15 October 2000.
- "Fighting For Peace: Bosnia 1994", Review of the book by General Sir Michael Rose, Harvill, London, Bosnian Institute, 1998.
- "Norman Cigar's Genocide in Bosnia: the policy of ethnic cleansing", The Sunday Telegraph, 11 June 1995.
- "David Owen and his Balkan bungling", extended version of a review of Lord Owen's "Balkan Odyssey" (London 1995, New York 1996), first published in The Sunday Telegraph on 12 November 1995.