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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.

RECENT

Director of the National Guard Staff, Major General Shaikh Abdulaziz bin Saud Al Khalifa received Derasat Chairman, Dr. Shaikh Abdullah bin Ahmed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa and discussed areas of mutual interest.

Derasat staff took part in a diverse range of activities for National Sport’s Day 2020.

At the recent World Urban Forum 2020 in Abu Dhabi and the launch of the executive summary of the State of Arab Cities 2020 Report, the Chairman of Derasat noted Derasat’s active role with UN agencies in efforts that contribute towards the attainment of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. 

Reducing our dependence on plastic was the focus of an environmental awareness exhibition opened in Seef Mall by the Supreme Council of the Environment, patronised by the Chairman of Derasat, who stressed the importance of protecting our environment in line with the SDGs. 

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Is France taking a more active role towards the security of the Arabian Gulf? Dr. Ashraf Keshk notes recent military developments and looks more broadly at French policy in the region.

Following the recent opening in Egypt of the largest military base on the Red Sea, Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines the reasoning behind the new base and its likely contribution to national and regional security.

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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