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Running head: QATAR RAPID GROWTH: GOOD OR BAD?

Qatar Rapid Growth: Good or Bad?
Jawaher Alsayed
Essay Writing II
Qatar University

Qatar Rapid Growth 2
Qatar Rapid Growth: Good or Bad?
Who would have believed a tiny country like Qatar would develop and grow captivatingly in such quick and short period of time? During the past 10 years, Qatar has been working hard on making its’ way to the world. It planned on being international and going global in a very short time to prove to the world that huge size of land and population are not the key of a successful country. Therefore, Qatar used and is still using unique strategies and policies that made of it a well-known country among all middle-eastern countries. Moreover, Qatar surpassed the Middle East to get the global attention and the concern of the most developed countries in the world. However, as always, every action gets different reactions from people who are surrounding the issue and will be highly affected by it. And this is what Qatar brought to its’ society, Qatari natives are swinging between agreement and disagreement with this rapid growth. A lot of Qataris think this growth is a good opportunity for them and their children to live and grow up in modern community that would provide them a decent lifestyle. Yet, a quite big percentage of elderly Qataris think that this growth will make it hard for the youth to hold on their culture and identity. This paper will explore the different opinions of the Qatari street and what they think about their growing country.

As Qatar worked on their public relationships from late 90s, it gained many reliable friends through their continuous support to some countries, which had built a good reputation for Qatar among other countries. Also, Arab Spring was a great opportunity for Qatar to take the lead of the political opinion in the region, due to their relationship with Egypt and other Arab leaders. According to Fillingham (2012),...
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