Senior Program Officer, Results Monitoring
Tel: + 66 (2) 233-1644 to 1647
Fax: + 66 (2) 237-7011
Expertise: Results monitoring, state-building, peace-building, militias, non-state armed groups and security, post-conflict transitions, insurgencies, collaborative relationships, Timor-Leste, Thailand
Matthew Arnold is The Asia Foundation's Senior Program Officer for Results Monitoring where he is responsible for measuring the impact of our work in the conflict and state fragility program.
Dr. Arnold has broad field-based monitoring and evaluation experience; conducted extensive academic research on conflict, security and state fragility; and in-depth knowledge of Timor-Leste and Thailand. Prior to joining the Foundation, he worked for the UN World Food Programme focusing on the monitoring and evaluation of food aid in humanitarian crises. Most recently, Dr. Arnold was a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Security and International Studies at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Dr. Arnold has co-authored two books: Militias and the Challenges of Post-Conflict Peace (Zed Books, 2011) and a forthcoming book on Southern Sudan during the post-conflict period (Hurst Press, 2012). He also has published in leading journals on Asia, security and development, including Asian Survey, International Peacekeeping, and Conflict, Security and Development.
Education: PhD and MA from the London School of Economics and Political Science.