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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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Reshaping of a New World Order: US-Russian Partnership in the ME

19-06-2017

A workshop organised jointly by Chatham House and b’huth in Dubai on 22nd March 2017, brought together some 40 experts from around the world and the GCC to discuss the likely impact of shifting US-Russia relations on the Middle East, and to consider how major power relations might affect events in Syria and Yemen,along with the the outlook for Iran’s influence in the region. NOTE: workshop summary to  be published soon. 

ISIS returnees: risk analysis and solutions

12-04-2016

This report captures the findings from the closed expert session hosted on 30th October 2014, under the title " ISIS Returnees: Risk assessment and Visions for future solutions”. The report highlights the significance of addressing the social drivers that lead to the appeal of extremist ideology.  For more information on our sessions, please contact us at events@bhuth.ae 

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. 

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