This research paper “The Improving Economy of Middle East” seeks to evaluate the Middle East economy, which is very sundry comprising of countries like Iran, Israel, Kuwait, Cyprus, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Egypt among others…
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Publications of the web and science database indicate the standard economic growth of Middle East to be almost faster than that of the world by four times (specifically Turkey and Iran).
His name is XX. His area of interest in global studies is the economics and how regional integration affects it. Over the years, we have witnessed the adverse effects of a nation that is divided. States that work in collaboration with others benefit from a broad base of knowledge as well as subsidized trade duties. They also enjoy the benefit of foreign aid and trade from the other states with whom they are partnering with. It also promotes a peaceful co-existence among the nations that are integrated. Most of all, they advance their economies of scale and advice one another on the best ways to make their individual state economies to grow. Of particular interest to this member is the economic growth pattern of the Middle East over the years. He believes though the economy was quite influential sometime back, it experienced some setbacks and stumbled a little. Besides the issue of national and economic integration, his argument is that a states organization of its political economy is very key if the state is to realize sustainable economic growth (Alan & John).
This member by the name YY believes a state’s economy is dependent on a number of factors. He is particularly interested in studying the demographic trends of states in order to unveil the linkages between demographic change, food, water, urban life, and regional economic integration and the state’s economy. In demographics, he focuses on the literacy levels of the natives, income per capita, population growth rates, and employment opportunities among others. These issues he argues that, are of prime importance as they are directly linked to the economy of the state.
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The author explains that the education in the Middle East has been low as compared to the other parts of the world like the West. In many regions in the Middle East, education was not taken seriously by the public as well as the government. It was considered a luxury and its access was limited to few individuals.
Economic growth in the Middle East is largely due to the occurrence of oil and gas exploration as well as the ever rising prices of the oil products in the global market. Due to the increasing prices of oil, a number of countries in the region have benefited from increased national revenues.
The present populations of the countries show a high density and the average annual economic growth is still low with b a high of 4% for Qatar and a -0.33% for Syria according to the United States census bureau (International data base). The countries are endowed with high oil deposits in their respective reserves and this is the most economic commodity that supports their existence.
The author insists that the root cause of the conflicts includes ideas, persons and events .One of the events was the mass exodus of Jews fleeing from oppression they undergone in Eastern Europe. Oppression of Jews in Eastern Europe during the late 1800’s resulted in a mass emigration of Jewish refugees to Palestine.
The author states that the biggest asset of Middle East is the amount of oil that is concentrated in the region, which has simultaneously also emerged as one of the biggest problems. Therefore the Western population is highly accustomed to the propaganda of the Middle Eastern regions, and this has also brought Islam in the middle.
The author explains that the region has also had its fair share of instability, but there have also been peaceful times as well. In a globalized economy, the importance of the Middle East will continue to grow because of the economic potential in the region. The Middle East also has access to vast amounts of oil and gas.
ee countries, for instance, the countries has seen an improvement in their international relations with some of the most influential countries of the world such the United States, Britain, Germany and Russia among others. Russia, in particular, has made huge investments in Saudi
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