WELCOME TO DERASAT

Welcome to DERASAT, a think tank in the Kingdom of Bahrain, with a vision to create a forum for intellectual thought, creative dialogue and high quality analyses.

RECENT

In collaboration with the Bahrain Polytechnic, Eng. Abdulla AlAbbasi participated as a speaker on April 6th 2021, in a webinar on, ‘Accelerating the Transition to Sustainable Energy’.

The recent bulletin addressed indicators of the American-Atlantic rapprochement under President Joe Biden and consider the impact of that rapprochement on US-European relations and on the Iranian nuclear file. The webinar was held on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 at 11.00am, via Zoom.

A “Free and Open Indo-Pacific” is important to maintaining stability in the region and promoting prosperity. Dr. Yuichi Hosoya, Professor of International Politics at Keio University in Japan, discussed the challenges and opportunities in a Virtual Think Talk on Thursday 25th March 2021.

The third edition of the Khalid bin Hamad Innovation and Artificial Intelligence Competition kicked off recently with competing teams giving presentations to a panel of judges that includes Derasat Research Fellow, Dr. Fatima Alsebaie. 

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Peer-to-peer learning among teens might be a cost-effective way of helping those falling behind to get back on track and at the same time develop a sense of civic duty among youth.

Although increasingly challenged by crises such as the pandemic and fluctuating security concerns around the world, this article argues that the international system remains unipolar.

PUBLICATIONS

Derasat’s recent published book focuses on all official and civil Bahraini efforts in response to the invasion and liberation of Kuwait, and the Kingdom’s role in Arab Gulf stability.

A paper that highlights the most prominent opportunities and challenges resulting from remote work in the Bahraini public sector during the corona virus pandemic.

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