Development of Tourism In Dubai and United Arab Emirates

Title: Tourism Development in Dubai and UAE

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Unlike any other Middle Eastern state, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation, consisting of seven tribally based emirates that rein the southeastern portion of the Arabian Peninsula south of Bahrain and Qatar. The federation covers 83,600 square kilometers and geographically it is enclosed on the north by the Persian Gulf and Iran, on the east by Oman, and on the south and west by Saudi Arabia. The UAE also separates Oman from its territory on the Musandam peninsula and extends 90 kilometers along the Gulf of Oman, an area known as the al-Batinah coast. Most of the federation is arid desert and salt ...

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Trucial Sheikdoms or Trucial Oman) of separate instruments that end the treaty relationship existed between them since the early nineteenth century. The other was the agreement between rulers of six of the emirates. Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Qaiwain and Fujairah, the previous July, to establish a federation to be known as the United Arab Emirates simultaneously with the ending of the treaty relationship with Britain. The seventh emirate, Ras Al-Khaimah, formally acceded to the new federation on 10 February 1972. It is possible to trace the history of these sheikhdoms back more than 7,000 years, thanks to the results of archaeological research in recent decades.

In January 1968, the government of the United Kingdom had given a hint of bringing to an end its treaty relations with the Trucial States, and with two other Gulf sheikhdoms, Bahrain and Qatar, by the end of 1971. (McLynn, Frank. 1990[2]) During the nearly four years between that British declaration and the ...

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lived and worked in the area: even more so because information about the domestic and external affairs of the Trucial States does not fill vast archives but has to be gleaned from the accumulated documentary material concerning the entire Gulf. (Wolfe, Michael . 1999[4])

At the dawn of the century the population of the Sheikhdoms, then collectively called the Trucial States, numbered some 80,000 souls. The first census of the Trucial States, in the spring of 1968, counted 180,000 people a few years after oil, exports began. A modern State has since emerged where an urbanized population of well over two million people lives a life, which at first sight differs only in climate from life ...

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