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    The Geography of Bliss: Summary of Chapter 4 (Qatar) At the very beginning of the chapter, Eric presents Saud bin Mohammed al-Thani, a seikh member of Qatar 's royal family that spent $1.5 billion on art masterpieces in a couple of years. The author wonders if the secret to happiness really is money, so he bought a plane ticket to Qatar 's capital city, Doha, where there are so many rich people. It 's at the beginning that he mentions what he concluded after visiting Qatar: “taxes are good, families are bad”. We can deduce that he 's telling the story not while he 's living it, but after he left it, contrarily to the previous chapters. The author realizes that the people going in Qatar don 't have cheap tastes, for none of them flew in business…

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    On my way to the United States, I had three transits in between. First, I had a flight to Doha, Qatar which was a nine hours long flight. It turned out to be different than what I had imagined. It was a completely new experience for me. On my flight to Doha, I met new people and one of them was from the same culture that I was so, talking to her made me feel comfortable during that long hour flight. She was also travelling to United States but she had different route so we parted from Doha…

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    Persian Gulf Case Study

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    Principal Decisions. The group decided to take three principle actions involving the use of military forces in the Persian Gulf. Our first decision was in response to Iran smuggling automatic rifles and hand held rocket launchers in Saudi Arabia to aid Saudi rebels. The Joint Chief of Staff recommended a higher military presence. As a result, the President ordered 120 special ops to move secretly and strategically into Dhahran to counter the influx of light arms. The next decision was in…

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    Concerning, the first variable; since 2004 the Air community saw the incredible global expansion of the Gulf airlines: Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways. In particular, Emirates focused its business, not only on primary European airports, but also “secondary-hub-secondary” strategy on connecting European secondary airports with cities in Asia and Australia with only one transfer. Thus, permitting it to enjoy a competitive advantage in travel time on a number of city pairs because legacy…

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    massive returns over a period spanning decades. The purpose of this analysis is to analyze Qatar Navigation using relative valuation model with Nakilat and Gulf Warehousing Company provides the industry…

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    All Totalitarian Countries

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    Khalifa Hamad Bin Al Thani. Qatar originally was a part of the British territory until the royal family took over Qatar. A huge section of their political system is an elaborated ideology. This country is a self-country and their actions is based off their self-interested. Even though, Qatar is a small populated country that provides free welfare to all citizens, their country is very dependant on money received from the low-paid migrant…

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    Animal Farm Research Paper

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    How did Qatar and Chad portray the situation of Animal Farm? Nowadays, many people in countries around the world are working to get the money from the ruling classes. Ruling classes had exploited the working classes during the last decades. Low salaries, over-working hours are some examples of the exploitation of the ruling classes. This essay will look at the exploitation of the ruling classes on the working classes during World Cup 2022 preparation in Qatar, and will relate it to the…

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    Ajuna Mwombeki & Vincent Bito-On Section: C The Controversy behind the Qatar 2022 World Cup In the world of football, the FIFA World Cup is the most watched, entertaining and anticipated football tournament in the world. In 2010 Qatar had undeservedly been announced by FIFA as the host of the 2022 World Cup, whose announcement caused a lot of controversy due to the involvement of corruption, the unsuitability of Qatar as a host and the abuse of migrant workers’ human rights. First of all, In…

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    thoroughly understand the host country’s laws, social, and business practices. In the case of Qatar, foreigners are expected to be respectful of the rules associated with their Islamic faith when in the presence of Qataris. This expectation can be view as acculturation; wherein the foreigner adjusts and adapts to…

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    FIFA: Abusing Report

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    chose to write about is how FIFA is abusing people in order to build their stadium for the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar. In 2015 allegations were brought against the organization FIFA(which stands for Federation, International, Football, Association), which stated that they are forcing migrant workers to stay in cramped conditions, pay large fees, being lied about how much they will earn, not being paid, and getting their passports confiscated. These allegations came from approximately 240…

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