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Quantitative analysis: UAE elections 2011

30-03-2016

The National Election Committee of the UAE announced the electoral college lists for the year 2011, with a total of around 129 thousand members—an increase about 19 times greater than for the 2006 election. In this important expansion of the size of the electorate for the 2011 election of half of the members of the Federal National Council the UAE emphasized its progress in enhancing political participation. This report provides a quantitative snapshot of the electoral body. 

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Special Report: Reimagining Yemen

24-04-2016

The inaugral special report launched by our Yemen program at b'huth.  This special report on the future development prospects for Yemen post conflict is based on the findings of a closed expert workshop hosted by b'hut on the subject. 

The New Ascent of Far Right in the West: It's the economy

17-10-2016

 A paper prepared by Dr. Mohammad Al Sayyad, a Bahraini Economist, for the "The Rise of the Right" Workshop by b'huth in Dubai, October 2016

Yemen: A Role for the Private Sector

04-01-2017

This executive report captures the highlights of a closed workshop by the Reimagining Yemen program at b'huth in collaboration with  The International Finance Corporation (World Bank) and the Center for for International Private Enterprise. The workshop explored the potential role of the Yememi private sector and investment in the reconstruction and economy recovery of the country post conflict. 

Water Scarcity & Conflict

30-03-2016

The developed world has grown used to fretting about oil as a limited resource, yet, whilst it is a universally-accepted fact that water is also a finite resource - the National Geographic noted back in 1993 that "all the water that ever will be is here right now. What role did water scarcity play in the Syrian conflict? and is can it be used as a strategic weapon by ISIS?