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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.

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Derasat held its 1st quarterly meeting for 2020 where they discussed work progress and plans, headed by Chairman, Dr. Shaikh Abdulla bin Ahmed Al Khalifa ……

Derasat Chairman met with H.E. Eng. Nezar Hussain Banabeela, CEO of STC Bahrain where they discussed areas of mutual cooperation.

Bahrain TV interviewed Derasat on the recently launched survey that aims to collect information on the opinions of citizens and residents of Bahrain towards measures adopted by government and how this has impacted their social behaviour.

Derasat announces its commitment to keeping partners and colleagues updated with changes to forthcoming activities on our social media platforms and expresses its praise and full support to the guidance of the leadership of the Kingdom of Bahrain in combating the Coronavirus.

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As the European Union prepares for a new maritime security mission off the Libyan coast in order to monitor the arms embargo, Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines previous missions designed to protect essential trade routes and considers the potential impact and challenges associated with current and future EU maritime security measures.

Following on from US President Donald Trump’s call for NATO to play a greater role in Middle East issues in the wake of the exposure of US military bases, Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines the potential for an escalation in the current confrontation.

PUBLICATIONS

A timely report on Blockchain by Derasat analyst, Dr. Fatima AlSubaei, has now been published by the Cyber Program at the Middle East Institute, USA. The report is available in both Arabic and English at the below link……….

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.

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