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Maged Al-Madhaji

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

Trump’s Endgame: Weighing a Houthi FTO Designation

December 10, 2020
As US President Donald Trump’s administration winds down, reports have emerged that Washington is once again considering the idea of designating the armed Houthi movement, Ansar Allah, as a foreign … Read more

Marib’s Tribes Hold the Line Against the Houthi Assault

October 5, 2020
The future of the war in Yemen will be determined in Marib. The Yemeni government’s control over the governorate, one of its last major centers of power in the country, is being severely challenged … Read more

Al-Bayda Governorate: Too Strategic to be Forgotten

June 4, 2020
One of the most important agreements the Houthis struck was with the Al-Awad tribe, which is large, prominent in the governorate and traditionally hostile to the Zaidi imamate. Sheikh Ahmad Abdo … Read more

STC Declaration of Self-Rule in Southern Yemen Airs Sour Relations with Riyadh

April 28, 2020
In the early hours of April 26, the Southern Transitional Council (STC), citing a conspiracy against the southern cause, declared self-governance and a state of emergency across the entire former … Read more

What Happens After Hadi?

April 15, 2020
It is usually a losing game to predict how many days or years an Arab leader has left in power — even those entering their 80s or 90s. Nevertheless, locally, regionally, and internationally, … Read more