Today will be the completion, the second part of Snoopy’s Rant! Enjoy!
Recently, I’ve received three emails from the administrator of one of the popular Dinar sites. One email included a video relating to a proposed development project in Baghdad. Even though the video was produced in 2012, its relevance is still worth noting. The other email showed what the IMF’s yearly exchange rate for the Dinar has been (at least as stated by the IMF) from Continue reading →
Our great contributor MarcG took a lot of personal time to assemble the below photos of Maliki in various situations and he made the hilarious captions which take Maliki totally out of context!!! Marc, you really outdid yourself with … Continue reading →
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When the US toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003, few people imagined that it would take another decade before the Iraqi oil industry was rebuilt. Now, progress is finally being made, and the country’s massive reserves could bring untold wealth. But before that happens, Baghdad needs to improve security and get corruption under control.
There’s a fine line between being snubbed and humiliated — and no one in Iraq knows this better than Hussein al-Shahristani.
Two executives from the world’s largest private energy company, ExxonMobil, are sitting and waiting in the outer office of Baghdad’s most powerful Continue reading →