Current affiliation: University of ExeterSubject: Political SciencePrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Protest, Social Movements and Global Democracy Since 2011: New PerspectivesPublication date:2016-06-09
This article explains how democracy in Bahrain has been, and will continue to be, hampered by the influence of Saudi Arabia in domestic politics.
Published in:Journal of Arabian StudiesPublication date:2012-12-01
Published in:Media War & ConflictPublication date:2012-03-30
Published in:Celebrity StudiesPublication date:2017-04-03
It looks at celebrity visits to Bahrain, and argues that their visit mask human rights abuses by distracting people from important issues
Published in:Communication and the PublicPublication date:2017-05-24
Why does satire exist? In an age of Trump, people discuss how satire is related to the nature of politics. This argues the same in Bahrain, but als...
Published in:Westminster Papers in Communication and CulturePublication date:2013-04-01
It analyses how social media was used by the government to crush dissent and criticism in the 2011 Bahrain Uprising