Mohammed Yaghi, Affiliated Faculty

Mohammed Yaghi, Affiliated Faculty

Mohammad Yaghi holds a PhD in comparative politics from the University of Guelph, Canada. Currently, he is a research fellow and program manager at the German Konrad-Adenauer-Siftung (KAS) focusing in his work on assessing the capacity of the rule of law institutions (the police, emergency response, prosecutors, and courts) in Yemen to respond to the people’s needs during the ongoing war, a project that is executed in collaboration with the UNDP to manage the Yemeni humanitarian crisis during the war and in its aftermath. Prior joining KAS, Dr. Yaghi taught at the Universities of Guelph, Toronto, and Queens in Canada. His research interests include conflict and conflict resolutions, social movements, media, and the politics of the Gulf States and Yemen. Dr. Yaghi worked with several international organizations and think tanks including the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Global Integrity, and the Center for the Study of the Congress and Presidency. His publications have appeared in several journal articles, books, and newspapers.