The Kingdom of Bahrain is a Middle Eastern archipelago in the Persian Gulf, tucked into a pocket of the ocean flanked by Saudi Arabia and Qatar. It's a desert garden of social radicalism – or if nothing else Western-accommodating balance – among the Muslim nations of the district. It's prevalent with voyagers for its bona fide "Arabness" yet without the exacting use of Islamic law upon its non-Muslim minority. Bahrain is the littlest nation in GCC and has frequently needed to walk a discretionary tightrope in connection to its bigger neighbors. The nation has few oil deposits, yet it has built up itself as a center for refining just as global banking, while additionally accomplishing a socially liberal (by Gulf principles at any rate) government. Its economy depends to a little degree on Saudis intrigued by a little excitement, not accessible in the carefully Islamic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.