United Arab Emirates

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  • The United Arab Emirates

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    The United Arab Emirates, more commonly referred to as the UAE, gained independence from England in 1971. The late President, Sheikh Zayid bin Sultan al Nahyan, ruled the UAE from the start of its sovereignty all the way until his death in 2004 (Rugh, 1997, p. 18). Zayid implemented a federal monarchy across the state. Unlike many other monarchies, the UAE has sustained great rule while maintaing peace with its people. Many factors influence this trend and without them the regime of the UAE would

  • United Arab Emirates

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    Country Profile United Arab Emirates is located in the eastern part of the Arabian Peninsula and it extends along the part of the Gulf of Oman and the southern coast of the Persian Gulf. Country is not very big; it is only the size of the Maine. The neighboring countries are Saudi Arabia to the west and south, Qatar to the north, and Oman to the east. : The UAE is primarily flat or rolling desert. Its coast, which stretches along the southern shore of the Persian Gulf, consists mainly of salt pans

  • United Arab Emirates

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    Just along the Persian Gulf, lies a vast land full of fundamental principles held true in virtually every efficacious country in the world. Its population of nine million ranks the 93rd largest country in the world (Trading, 2016). The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has evolved from a small, slow business country into one of the top economic powerhouses in the world. A successful country must be able to intertwine a successful economy with the satisfaction of its people. Through culture, an individual

  • The United Arab Emirates.

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    Abstract The United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also known as the Emirates or the UAE, is a country located in the southeast end of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar and Iran. The United Arab Emirates was establish in 1971, and it is a federation of seven emirates; which include Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain.

  • The United Arab Emirates.

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    The United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also known as the Emirates or the UAE, is a country located in the southeast end of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar and Iran. The United Arab Emirates was establish in 1971, and it is a federation of seven emirates; which include Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain. Abu Dhabi serves as the capital

  • United Arab Emirates

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    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of the seven small emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al-Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al-Qaiwain, and Fujairah, which were united as a federal state on 2 December 1971. Before the establishment of the oil economy in the early 1960s, two main orientations shaped traditional Emeriati culture: the nomadic desert-oriented Bedouins with small oasis farming within the broader context of the desert economy and culture, and the sea-oriented culture that revolved around

  • The United Arab Emirates

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    available. An extreme example of this would be the city of Dubai, which is part of one of the seven emirates that constitute the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is one of the most impressive and wealthiest cities in the world and is well known for the luxurious lifestyle, extremely modernized architecture, and can be viewed as the epitome of a Westernized society. However, the land of the United Arab Emirates is sandy and barren, and not capable of being used for agricultural purposes, there is no major

  • United Arab Emirates

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    The gulf country that I chose as my analysis topic is UAE (United Arab Emirates). In this essay I have mentioned touch languages, religions, life style, economy and political factors. The population of UAE was 9.27 million in 2016, with the GDP of 3.847 billion USD, these statistics show that United Arab Emirates is a developed and economically strong country situated in Middle East. United Arab Emirates (UAE) could be a country on the Arabian Peninsula set on the southeastern coast of the Persian

  • The United Arab Emirates

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    The United Arab Emirates is currently adjusting to the balance of modernization and tradition. The United States of America has an important participation in this endeavor.Different beliefs, opinions, and views from people inside and outside the United Arab Emiratesabound regarding the matter involving free speech, media, and trademark laws in the country. The foundation and goal that was set by the UAE government in creating these laws resulted in the similarities and differences of the perspectives

  • The United Arab Emirates

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    The United Arab Emirates has achieved great success in developing its hospitality industry and its general economy. The country however is faced with a big challenge of having its local citizens work and feel part of the growing hospitality industry. The biggest part of the problem is that while the hospitality industry should be a social institution that is embedded into the culture of the host country, it is not viewed as such and there are various reasons for that. The current situation is quite

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