The Bahrain Human Development Report 2018 was produced by Derasat in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and highlights the Kingdom’s success in diversifying its economy and recognising the importance of environmental concerns.....
The 3rd Workshop on the First National Report on Sustainable Development Goal Progress in cooperation with the National Information Committee and coordinating with the UNDP and the Information & e-Government Authority (iGA).......
Derasat supported a 2-day Counter-Terrorism (CT) focused workshop led by internationally renowned subject matter experts from the UK and aimed at contributing to the analytical understanding and knowledge of the wider Bahraini CT community by providing further analysis and expertise on the evolving challenge of global terrorism.
The inaugural “Derasat Forum” entitled, “Qatar: Patron of Anarchy and Crisis in the Middle East” discussed Qatari threats to the Kingdom of Bahrain over the years, Qatari involvement in regional destabilization and future scenarios.
The two-day meeting of the experts on indicators of sustainable development goals was inaugurated on Monday in the Kingdom of Bahrain on the sidelines of the sixth meeting of the International Committee of Experts on Indicators of Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and the international organizations responsible for monitoring the indicators for all countries of the world held on 11-12 November 2017.
MEMAC examined the critical role that military alliances can play in the region’s collective defense and security. The approach highlighted the nexus between politics, diplomacy and military action and recognized the complexity of securing agreement between multiple states, each with their own unique political strategies.
The conference aims to refine our characterization and improve our understanding of the transformations currently underway, their future paths and their likely consequences, both regionally and globally. It also seeks to develop a shared, pragmatic understanding of regional security and stability, in turn contributing to global security.
Derasat hosted a lecture by Dr Natalie Tocci, Deputy Director of the Italian think tank, Instituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) (Institute of International Affairs), entitled ‘EU Foreign Policy in the Mediterranean: Challenges and Opportunities’ on April 17th 2013.
The Arabian Gulf is a hotly contested region due to its strategic location and its abundant natural resource wealth. Regional and global powers alike perpetually cross swords as they seek to safeguard their interests and, dependent on their ambitions, expand their influence. In the wake of the events of 9/11, the existing security balance was replaced by tension and instability.
In collaboration with The Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV), the Carnegie Middle East Center and the Gulf Research Center (GRC), Derasat will host a one-day workshop entitled, ‘Turkey and the Gulf: Dialogue in the Middle East’, on September 5th, 2012.
The Renewable Energy Forum was held in collaboration with Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany and Kingdom University, from 15-17 October 2012, at the Regency Intercontinental Hotel, Bahrain.
The two-day conference comprising six panel discussions covered a broad yet critical array of topics ranging from regional political development, sectarianism to political Islam and the social media, designed to foster debate and dialogue and to facilitate understanding of Gulf regional developments.
The closed-door roundtable held on 21st February, 2012 in Manama, the Kingdom of Bahrain, is part of a series of events being held between the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) and the Bahrain Center for Strategic, International and Energy Studies, that will discuss the various facets of British-Bahrain relations in the context of regional realities and extra-regional interests.