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Bahrain – The Middle of the Middle East

Bahrain is a small island country in the Persian Gulf. It is a center of activity for the...

A Brief History of the Lebanese Pound

Until World War I and the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the country of Lebanon used the official...

2013 in Iraq

Since 2008, it looked like things might be calming down in Iraq. U.S. troops were able to withdraw,...

Humanitarian Aid in the Anbar Crisis

As Iraq hovers once again on the brink of an all-out sectarian civil war, citizens of the cities...

The Breakdown of the Anbar Crisis

Two years after the U.S. pulled out of military operations in Iraq, we once again find ourselves providing...

Proof Coins FAQ

If you’ve entered the coin collecting world, you’ve probably heard the term “proof coin” thrown around here and...

The Variable Factor of Market Psychology

Market analysts are busy day and night trying to predict the future based on charts and graphs centered...

Global Effects of a U.S. Government Default

Due to recent economic events in the United States, previously dormant terms have surfaced as household conversation topics....

A Brief History of the Dinar

In the history of the Muslim world, gold and silver have been the leading currency. Valued based on...