"Modern Nations of the World" releases "United Arab Emirates"
Entitled "United Arab Emirates", the 14th volume of "Modern Nations of the World" has been released. The work evaluates the country's history, geography, culture as well as its social, cultural and economical situation.
IBNA: "United Arab Emirates" is a calendar of the country's history since the 17th till the beginning of the 21st century. In a short period of time, it presents great information to its readers.
The book is written in a simple language, fluent translation and holds several photos.
The United Arab Emirates, a federation of seven separate emirates at the southern part of the Persian Gulf, became one of the world's wealthiest nations after oil discoveries in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. This book traces the geography, culture, and history of the country and its struggle to equitably share resources among its seven emirates.
The series of "Modern Nations of the World" has released several books including France, Germany, Japan, Vatican, Pakistan, Russia, U.S. and Syria.
"United Arab Emirates" is written by Debra A. Miller and translated by Samaneh Azad. It is released in 135 pages in 2000 copies by Qoqnoos.
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