A former spokesman for Iran's nuclear negotiating team is among around 400 influential figures taking part in the Manama Dialogue, which starts today (December 5) in Bahrain.
Princeton University associate research scholar Hos
The GCC countries and Britain reiterated the importance of enhancing relations and dialogue to address regional challenges including the threat of terrorism.
Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa led Bahrain's de
A senior participant in Bahrain's National Dialogue process has rubbished claims by an expelled US diplomat that he was booted out to undermine the talks.
US Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Huma
An influential Sunni Muslim cleric said on Monday that only dialogue could solve Iraq's crisis, sounding a conciliatory note on the threat posed by Sunni Islamist insurgents that could further polarise the Middle East along sectarian lines.
Participants in Bahrain's long-delayed National Dialogue are seeking answers from authorities, claiming they are being kept in the dark over the progress of talks.
The stalled process received a welcome boo
Groups participating in the new-look National Dialogue are being contacted by the Royal Court to discuss their visions for the future of Bahrain, it was revealed yesterday.
Minister of State for Information Aff
A group of political societies will begin a series of talks next month aimed at finding solutions to Bahrain's political crisis.
The slow progress of the government's National Dialogue initiative prompted them to launch th
Participants of the new-look National Dialogue will soon attend a second round of bilateral talks with the Royal Court, it was revealed yesterday.
It comes after the National Assembly (Shura Council and parliament), opposition gro
National Dialogue participants should end Bahrain's three-year political stalemate in the next six months, according to a group of political societies.
The Coalition of the National Political Associations, headed by the Nation
Plans to revive Bahrain's collapsed National Dialogue initiative are gathering pace.
The Royal Court has already received a proposed new agenda set out by members of the National Assembly (Shura Council and parliament) and the