As Covid-19 rapidly spread around the world, Bahrain enacted an early preventative and preparatory phase. In his recent article in OurWorld magazine, Dr. Sh. Abdulla bin Ahmed Al Khalifa summarizes Bahrain's response, highlighting the crucial role attributed to teamwork and public engagement.
Derasat's article in 'Our World', recognises that predicting consequences of Cornoravirus is difficult at this stage, but that clues exist to potential long-term changes that may take root in wake of the virus.
As professional soccer players are subjected to intense public pressure to take large pay cuts, Dr Omar Al-Ubaydli discusses why the level of pressure has been much higher than that faced by other millionaire professionals.
What changes might occur to the concept of national security in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic? Dr. Ashraf Keshk discusses the potential implications and mechanisms to preserve national security.
Countries around the world are seeing the benefits of community voluntary work in supporting government actions towards combating Coronavirus, Dr. Ashraf Keshk looks at the success of Bahrain's experience.
Bahrain's strategic and proactive management of the Coronavirus crisis has been noted internationally for its success. Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines the measures taken compared to other countries and at the factors that have contributed to this international success story.
As the European Union prepares for a new maritime security mission off the Libyan coast in order to monitor the arms embargo, Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines previous missions designed to protect essential trade routes and considers the potential impact and challenges associated with current and future EU maritime security measures.
Following on from US President Donald Trump's call for NATO to play a greater role in Middle East issues in the wake of the exposure of US military bases, Dr. Ashraf Keshk examines the potential for an escalation in the current confrontation.