Co-Founder of the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies and its former Executive Director (2014-2022). One of Yemen’s most prominent political and human rights activists, Al-Madhaji’s research and writing on Yemen is regularly published by the Sana’a Center and other media outlets and academic platforms. He is a commentator on Yemeni affairs for Arabic media.
Maged's latest contributions
Taiz Siege Continues as Talks Face Roadblocks – The Yemen Review, June 2022
A truce between the internationally recognized Yemeni government and the armed Houthi movement was extended on June 2 and has largely held, despite intermittent violence and unresolved issues from … Read more
Despite Headwinds, Truce Flies On – The Yemen Review, May 2022
Despite reports of violations from both the Yemeni government and Houthi forces, May saw the truce hold for a second month, leading to an agreement brokered by the UN special envoy’s office to extend … Read more
Changing of the Guard – The Yemen Review, April 2022
The surprise resignation of long-serving President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the appointment of a new Presidential Leadership Council heralded a busy month of political and economic developments in … Read more
The Yemen Brief Podcast | Episode 6 | What is Oman doing in Yemen?
After Iran, Oman is the nation with the greatest influence over the Houthi movement. The Omani government has hosted Houthi officials since 2015, providing a degree of international cover and … Read more
Hadi Out, Presidential Council Takes Over
In the early hours of April 7, Yemen witnessed a dramatic political change as President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi dismissed Vice President Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar and then signed over the executive … Read more
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