French Researcher Claire Beaugrand Discusses “Bahraini Activism in Exile”
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Claire Beaugrand, a researcher at the French Institute of the Near East, presented a research paper entitled, “Bahraini Activism in Exile: Legacies and Revolutionary Ruptures” on Wednesday (June 3, 2015) during a seminar entitled “Social Movements and Popular Mobilisation in the Middle East and North Africa”.
Britain Unveils New Sections of a Secret Report about Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The British government officially released yesterday (May 29, 2015) retained sections of a report about Bahrain that dates back to 1977 due to a court order, that supported not publishing the whole document, but ruled that the remaining details be disclosed.
Bahrain Mirror Interviews Al-Wadaei After Tories’ Victory: New Strategy to Influence British Policy Towards Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahrain Mirror met with Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, Director of Advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD), and interviewed him about the latest results of the UK election, which the Conservative party won again, and Hammond kept his role as foreign secretary.
Bahrain’s Crown Prince Meets the UK Foreign Secretary and Defence Secretary
Bahrain Mirror: The Crown Prince, Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, met the UK Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond and Defence secretary, Michael Fallon, and discussed cooperation and coordination between the two states and issues of security and stability
Reuters: Classified Document on Bahrain Rankles Britain Decades Later
Reuters: A legal battle between an activist group and Britain over a decades-old diplomatic cable on Bahrain has exposed a thorny link between the UK's colonial past and its new military ambitions in a region it once dominated.
Bahrain Mirror Interviews Ali Al-Aswad After the Tories’ Victory: A British Diplomatic Told Me: Don’t Expect us to Upset the KSA
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Why did the Bahraini opposition’s influence on the British stance towards the Bahraini issue deteriorate while the regime continues to succeed day after day in pulling the Britons to its side? Ali Al-Aswad, a former MP and representative of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society in the 2010 parliament, can answer this question by giving us a lesson about the major laws that direct world powers in the rich Gulf region such as the interests and conflict over oil and power.
What Does the Victory of Tories Mean to Bahrain? “Bahrain Mirror” Interviews 3 Prominent British Political Experts
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Britain, the Bahraini regime’s key ally, will be under the Conservative party’s rule for five more years. The party achieved an unexpected landslide victory in the parliamentary elections that took place in the United Kingdom last Saturday (May 9th 2015).
British Writer Denied Entry to Bahrain: Highlighting How Paranoid & Unstable Al Khalifa’s Rule is
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahraini authorities denied British artist and writer of Lebanese origin, Tania El Khoury, entry to the country on Wednesday (May 6, 2015), who sought to visit the island kingdom for art research purposes.
The Independent: Dissidents' fury at Hammond's 'secret' visit to Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror: The Independent reported that Bahraini Dissidents in UK condemned Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond for secretly visiting Bahrain. They challenged him at an election hustings in his ultra-safe seat of Runnymede and Weybridge on Thursday.
UK Government Withholds Info about Security Memorandum with Bahrain, Says Disclosure Would Harm National Security
The British government once again refused to disclose information and documents about Security Memorandum with Bahrain.
100 Dissents Lose their Freedom as Hamilton Wins the Bahrain F1 Grand Prix
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): As the British racer Lewis Hamilton was announced the winner of the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, around 100 Bahrainis lost their freedom after government forces launched a campaign of arrests since the beginning of April in order to secure the tournament.
Lawyers prosecute David Cameron's Government to revoke its decision of establishing a British base in Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): A group of lawyers in London are threatening to prosecute the UK government to revoke its decision of establishing a permanent military base in Bahrain.
Is it possible that the “English dog” bites its American master?
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Today, all the international news reports about Bahrain state that it hosts “The Fifth Fleet of the US Navy”.