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An article that discusses how to confront security and maritime threats and to identify mechanisms for collective action. As part of a research paper presented by Dr. Ashraf Keshk during the Maritime Security and the Gulf States workshop organized by the Gulf Research Centre Cambridge.

Egypt’s new July 3rd Naval Base will contribute to securing regional maritime routes. Dr. Ashraf Keshk explores how the base is expected to help create a balance in the form of orderly deterrence to counter regional tensions caused by expansionist agendas.

Derasat’s Executive Director, Dr. Hamad Al-Abdulla, participated in a Forum that assessed effective strategies to identify and nurture the next generation of young researchers. Jointly hosted by the TRENDS Research & Advisory, UAE and the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program (TTCSP) at the Lauder Institute, University of Pennsylvania, USA. 

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.

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An article that discusses how to confront security and maritime threats and to identify mechanisms for collective action. As part of a research paper presented by Dr. Ashraf Keshk during the Maritime Security and the Gulf States workshop organized by the Gulf Research Centre Cambridge.

Egypt’s new July 3rd Naval Base will contribute to securing regional maritime routes. Dr. Ashraf Keshk explores how the base is expected to help create a balance in the form of orderly deterrence to counter regional tensions caused by expansionist agendas.

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A paper that analyses the impact of loan deferrals on Bahraini households using data collected from telephone surveys with over 100 Bahrainis with recommendations for future action.

Derasat’s recent book focuses on the official and civil efforts of Bahrain in response to the invasion and liberation of Kuwait in 1991 and the Kingdom’s role to maintaining Arab Gulf stability.

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