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In the 1830s, the British signed several treaties with Bahrain, offering protection from the Turks in exchange for access to the Persian Gulf. In 1935, it placed its main Middle Eastern naval base in Bahrain, and in 1946, it stationed the senior British officer in the region there.

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The 1970s and 1980s saw a dramatic rise in the price of oil, which benefitted the economy significantly.

In the late 1980s, when other countries in the area experienced economic difficulties, Bahrain maintained its prosperity thanks to earlier economic diversification.

Nineteen percent of the population is Asian, 10 percent is non-Bahraini Arab, and 8 percent is Irani. The population is growing rapidly with a high birthrate and a low death rate.

One-third of the people are less than fifteen years old. Arabic is the official language and the language of daily life.

A dessert called muhammar is made of brown rice and sugar or dates.

Halwa is another traditional sweet, a green, sticky dessert filled with spices and nuts.Bahrain officially declared its independence on 14 August of that year.Although oil was discovered in 1902, drilling did not begin in earnest until the 1930s.Snacks known as sambousas are also popular; these are pastries filled with meat and cheese or sugar and nuts. Muslim holidays are often the occasion for large family meals.The breaking of the fast month of Ramadan is celebrated with feasts of traditional food, and a variety of special sweets and pastries. Only 1 percent of the land is arable, and so the country is unable to produce enough food for its population and relies almost entirely on imports.The country's shaky relations with Iraq led it to cooperate with United Nations' efforts to monitor that nearby country. There are tensions between the Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims, and religious affiliation is of primary importance in defining one's identity. Expatriates constitute 20 percent of the population.

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