Marc Owen Jones is a PhD candidate at Durham University, where he is studying the contemporary and historical use of repression in Bahrain. He writes a regular blog, is a member of Bahrain Watch, and has spent much of his life in the Middle East, including Bahrain, Sudan and Syria.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaBahrain’s uprising: resistance and repression in the Gulf
A review of an interdisciplinary book exploring both the contemporary uprising and Bahrain’s lengthy history of...
Published in: openSecurityThe history of British involvement in Bahrain's internal security
John Yates is only the most recent Briton to be given a public role in Bahrain's internal security. Since founding...