This recent report by DERASAT Analyst, Mohamed Ismaeel, analyses the conflict in Yemen, particularly considers Iran’s role and looks at potential conflict resolutions.
China is witnessing rapid growth in the consumption of natural gas, among other sources of energy. Analysts Abdulla Al-Abbasi and Abdulaziz Al-Dosari discuss some of the implications……..
Derasat Analyst, Abdulla Isa AlAbbasi, is a co-author of a recent study published by the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation and the United Nations Development Programme on “South-South Ideas: Renewable Energy in the Middle East and North Africa Region – Potential and Limits.”
China as a strategic partner for the GCC is the focus of a research paper by Mahmood Abdul Ghafffar, researcher at DERASAT, published in the recent edition of the Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
The 60,000 word report was authored by a team of specialist researchers, headed by independent development expert, Dr. Craig Naumann, and featuring three Bahrainis affiliated to Derasat: economist Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli, economist Ms. Ghada Abdulla, and renewable energy specialist Eng. Abdulla Alabbasi. It covers the period 2005-2018……………
Although renewable energy has proved itself to be a viable practical and economic investment, overall the last 3 years have seen declining investments in the energy sector. Read more in the final Energy Report for 2018……
Although the electric vehicle industry has witnessed significant improvements, particularly in the field of the efficiency of batteries and fast charging techniques, there are still challenges to widespread adoption……..
Recognizing that economic integration between Bahrain and the remaining Gulf countries has played an important role in the growth of the Bahraini economy since the start of the new millennium, this background paper to the National Human Development Report 2018 presents and analyzes data on the effects of economic integration.
The Gulf States decided in 2006 to develop a joint nuclear program, but the disastrous meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear reactor in Japan in 2011 prompted Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman to withdraw from the program……….
Demand for electricity in the Arab world has increased tenfold since 1980. The latest Energy Report considers factors contributing to this increase in demand, the most important of which is an increased population and urban and industrial growth …………..