Derasat's most recent issue of its bi-annual journal includes papers and analyses on the modern technological revolution, post-Brexit EU, tech utilizations, the East-Mediterranean gas conflict, and some interesting book reviews.
This paper explores the effect that the Covid-19 pandemic is having on the environment in Bahrain using qualitative data garnered from14 environmental experts from the public and private sectors, as well as academics and staff from non-profit organizations.
Telemedicine made a slow start, but Covid-19 has given it a boost. While many physicians and patients remain reluctant, despite compelling benefits, much of the hesitancy is due to false perceptions about its efficacy. Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli looks into the reasons why health systems should embrace it.
The Fourth Derasat Forum will host officials and experts in the field of food security in the Kingdom of Bahrain and abroad to study the options, alternatives, supply chains and opportunities available to meet food security requirements as an important component of national security.
As Bahrain works from a strategic perspective to address the most prominent challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the priorities is securing self-food security, the multiple aspects of which will be discussed in the upcoming Forum 2021.
A review of the environmental impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as outlined in a research paper by a group of experts, was held on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 11:00 a.m., via zoom.
Although complex reasons are cited for variations between countries in Covid-19 deaths, Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli discusses an interesting correlation between countries devastated by past wars, and fewer numbers of Covid losses.
One of the lessons learned a year after the start of COVID-19 is that in the fight against future pandemics, we may have to choose between the suppression of the disease and the protection of people's civil liberties.
As the pandemic recedes in some countries yet still rages in others, research centers are focused on analysing the post-Corona strategic fallouts and, as Dr. Ashraf Keshk points out, to the increased importance attributed to the allocation of state resources during such crises.