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Derasat will launch a training programme in a bid to sharpen young people’s skills and empower them in the areas of research, application and innovation.

Following a recent decision by NATO to carry out training exercises with the Global Coalition against Daesh in Iraq, Dr. Ashraf Keshk looks at the strategic implications for Iraq and the region.

The House of Representatives held a book reading on ‘Legislative Renaissance in the Kingdom of Bahrain’ spanning the last 20 years during which Derasat Chairman, spoke on the important role that specialised centres play in supporting legislation.

Tamkeen Customer Service Center in Al Seef Mall won the gold category rating from among 8 government service centers in the government evaluation program for the year 2019.

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Following a recent decision by NATO to carry out training exercises with the Global Coalition against Daesh in Iraq, Dr. Ashraf Keshk looks at the strategic implications for Iraq and the region.

Saudi Arabia hosted a Global Cybersecurity Forum (GCF) that aimed to address the threats, challenges, risks and cyber opportunities in order to “build a secure, resilient and prosperous cyber world for all”. Dr Ashraf Keshk looks into the proceedings of the conference and at the vital role cyber defence plays in countering future security risks.

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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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