Given the multiple and diverse aspects to crisis management, this webinar presented aspects that might enhance the relationship between crisis management and strategic flexibility and how Bahrain’s e-readiness is placed to respond.
Bahrain and India have historic bilateral ties that span energy, trade, investment, education and beyond; this collaborative webinar between Derasat and the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in India, highlighted the emergent convergences for expanding India-Bahrain bilateral cooperation.
The Fourth Derasat Forum will host officials and experts in the field of food security in the Kingdom of Bahrain and abroad to study the options, alternatives, supply chains and opportunities available to meet food security requirements as an important component of national security.
Virtual ThinkTalk: India and the Gulf Cooperation Council – Developing Strategic Relations for the 21st Century
Derasat’s first Virtual Think Talk of 2021 kicked off with a discussion on the multiple aspects of, ‘Arab Gulf’s strategic relations with India: current and future opportunities’ with expert speakers from India and the UAE.
The recent ThinkTalk by Derasat featured Dr. Dania Koleilat-Khatib, President of the Research Cooperation Center for Peace Building (RCCP), who discussed how Biden might approach the nuclear deal conundrum with Iran, on Weds 9th December at 4.30pm.
The ‘Think Talk’ on Thursday 15th October, featured experts in a comprehensive discussion of the electoral systems in the US and Bahrain.
This Experts’ Bulletin highlighted tensions between the United States and China and at the strategic competition that will define international relations for decades ahead, featuring Derasat analyst, Mahmood Abdul Ghaffar.
A research study on why global suicide bombing rates are decreasing, that examines the motivations for perpetrating these forms of attack and how the Arab Gulf states stand to benefit from the decline.
Iran’s threats have been described as part of the IRGC’s propaganda warfare aiming to destabilise the region, according to analyst Mahmood Abdul Ghaffar who was quoted in the local press today. He went on to note: “In the past, Iran threatened to use its ballistic missile to strike various Gulf and US targets throughout the region,
Recent efforts by the Gulf states to improve their relations with Iraq in response to Iran’s interference in Iraq are discussed in this strategic study by Mahmoud Abdul Ghaffar.