The events of the past week in the Gulf state of Bahrain has taken many by surprise but for its people, it was inevitable. It was clear that the regime could not grasp the lessons of both the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions but resorted to violence. What are the underpinning causes and where is it heading? Politicians and human rights experts will give their opinions.
11.30 am Tuesday 22nd February 2011
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