The current blockade has presented Qatar with numerous challenges around international trade, the overall economy, the global political stage, and its social development. Challenges in these spheres also present significant opportunities for leadership and change. Cognitive biases in decision making and making thoughtful choices about global supply chain development were discussed in the module 3 courses. Professor Tinsley examined how people process information when making decisions and “cognitive blind spots.” Professor Ernst focused on the challenges facing global supply chains. The content presented in both courses was highly relevant to Qatar’s economic, social, and political development, especially as the State responds to the blockade. Assignment: Please write a reflection paper with separate answers to the following three distinct questions: Question 1: What personal challenge(s) has the blockade presented to you? As you sought to overcome that challenge what cognitive biases that you learned about in class may have been activated as you thought about this problem and searched for solutions? Question 2: Competing in a Global World favors emerging markets. Do you agree? Y/N? Why? Question 3: Summarize three main take-aways from Professor Ernst’s Global Supply Chain Management class, using examples. The maximum length of your answer to each of the questions question is 300 words plus exhibits. Answer each question individually. Do not collaborate with your fellow students or anyone outside the class. You may use all course materials, including readings, cases, slides, and your notes. You may also use outside sources (books, internet, etc.). Be sure to cite content created by others.