Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh examines major benefits of localizing military manufacturing in the region in general and especially in the Kingdom of Bahrain, based on new statistics from the last Manama Dialogue conference and promising national and regional experiences.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk offers an analysis of the outcomes of the 18th Manama Dialogue annual regional security conference, from the integration of regional and global security concepts due to the overlapping conflict theaters, to the rising importance of resolving Middle East conflicts to avoid the outflow of their factors to other conflict regions, and reaching the shining strategic significance of mediation by middle and rising powers in conflict resolution and prioritizing common understandings above all.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk analyzes domestic and foreign impressions brought by the success of the 2022 parliamentary and municipal elections in the Kingdom of Bahrain, in terms od tolerant coexistence, well-rooted political participation, and merits of the democratic experience despite its youth. The writer cites examples from the reality of experience and the recent events hosted by the Kingdom.
In this fourth and final part, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh lists the sectors benefitting from R&D in Singapore, in agriculture and industry, tech and military, health and education, private sector support, and political and economic decision-making.
In his third article, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh looks at Singapore’s R&D phases in legislation and innovations, the benefits of this process, and the amount the state invests compared to its exponential returns.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk presents his remarks on countries’ need to qualify their local experts in military industrialization, in line with international cooperation to prevent rogue states and groupings from acquiring advanced materiel. He refers to large events organized by the Kingdom of Bahrain to discuss and demonstrate the latest developments in this area, quoting expert opinions that support proceeding down this path.
In this article, Dr. Ashraf Keshk assesses NATO’s warnings about Iran’s drones and missiles being used against Ukraine, comparing these warnings with the previous leniency demonstrated during the lengthy and futile negotiations by the 5+1 countries on Iran’s nuclear portfolio, while pointing out the opportunities to develop the defense partnership with Gulf States considering this dangerous development and NATO States’ need for Gulf energy security.
In the second part, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh identifies five factors that ensured the success of education in Singapore: socioeconomic drivers, effective educational policies, quality curricula, teacher independence, and quality teacher training.
In the first part of this series, Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh examines goals-based educational development to match market needs and entrepreneurship requirements. He cites Singapore’s track-‘streaming’ example based on academic achievement in senior school classes to facilitate the most suitable choices to learn specific knowledge for their occupational roles and productivity.
This is a two-phase presentation by Derasat Executive Director Dr. Hamad Al-Abdulla of fascist Italy’s pilot – Lt. Col. Ettore Muti – rise, motives, and axis-attempted raid – on its 82nd anniversary – to cut the flow of Arabian Gulf oil from WWII allies.
Economic Researcher and Analyst Ali Faqeeh presents his views on the role of an innovative trajectory of manufacturing in vitalizing commerce and the economic cycle, by shedding light on R&D as a platform for differences and disparities in successful production and sales processes.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk presents his take on the feasibility of deploying UAVs to protect regional water corridors due to the international interests of major countries that manufacture them, despite the divergent views.
Derasat Economic Analyst Ali Faqeeh presents regional inflation rates within the global wave of price hikes, and describes probabilities under precautions taken by major countries and markets to curb this wave, along with previous theoretical and practical examples.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk briefly defines the concept of naval security, and lists contemporary threats witnessed by the Arabian Gulf waters, while strategically tying both to the creation and development of GCC naval security modes and precautionary measures.
Dr. Ashraf Keshk presents dimensions of the recent military coordination between Egypt and Saudi Arabia in the related context of the regional geopolitical conflicts, based on implications of the Faisal 12 joint air force exercise, and the naval exercise Red Waves 5 with five additional countries, as well as a coinciding exercise with forces from member countries of the Council of Arab and African States Bordering the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.