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RembrandtRembrandt by The Ovi Team
15 July 2020
The great Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn is born in Leiden on July 15, 1606, the son of a miller. His humble origins may help account for the uncommon depth of compassion given to the human subjects of his art. His more than 600 paintings, many of them p (1 comment)
The Hypocrisies of Recognition: The Supreme Court, Native Americans and the McGirt CaseThe Hypocrisies of Recognition: The Supreme Court, Native Americans and the McGirt Case by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
14 July 2020
The Supreme Court of the United States has barely had time to gather its collective breath this last few days. Among its decisions, including those dealing with President Donald Trump's financial records, was that... (Add a comment)
Black InkBlack Ink by Nikos Laios
14 July 2020
Black ink, Words That soak Into the skin, Into the muscles (Add a comment)
Building a strong careerBuilding a strong career by Joseph Gatt
14 July 2020
A few notes on building a strong career, in no particular order. To build a strong career, you need to understand that there are essentially three hiring methods: scouting, networking and applying. (Add a comment)
Origins of Future discussed - Vienna Process launchedOrigins of Future discussed - Vienna Process launched by Ovi Magazine Guest
14 July 2020
The first July day of 2020 in Vienna sow marking the anniversary of Nuremberg Trials with the conference "From the Victory Day to Corona Disarray: 75 years of Europe's Collective Security and Human Rights System... (Add a comment)
French revolutionaries storm BastilleFrench revolutionaries storm Bastille by The Ovi Team
14 July 2020
July 14th 1789; Parisian revolutionaries and mutinous troops storm and dismantle the Bastille, a royal fortress that had come to symbolize the tyranny of the Bourbon monarchs. This dramatic action signaled the beginning of the French Revolution, a decade (Add a comment)
La MarseillaiseLa Marseillaise by The Ovi Team
14 July 2020
14th July 1795; "La Marseillaise" - "The song of Marseille" becomes the national anthem of France. It was written and composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792 and adopted in 1795 as the nation's first anthem. (Add a comment)
Singapore's Malay DilemmaSingapore's Malay Dilemma by Murray Hunter
13 July 2020
There has always been a feeling among Singapore's ethnic Malays that they are second-class citizens within their own land. The government's endless pursuit of building a strong sense of a Singaporean national identity has... (Add a comment)
Spiked Concerns: The Melbourne Coronavirus LockdownSpiked Concerns: The Melbourne Coronavirus Lockdown by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
13 July 2020
It all looked like it was going so well for Australia and Victoria, in particular. They could point to the mishandling of the Ruby Princess, a cruise ship that docked in Sydney and whose passengers disembarked chocked with... (Add a comment)
Descriptive language use in the Maghreb and LebanonDescriptive language use in the Maghreb and Lebanon by Joseph Gatt
13 July 2020
A short description of which language to use in the Maghreb and Lebanon. Arabic, Berber, French and English tend to be used interchangeably, so I'll give a socio-linguistic description of when languages are used and in what context. (Add a comment)
Birthday party at mayor Koulis palaceBirthday party at mayor Koulis palace by Thanos Kalamidas
13 July 2020
Another day another adventure for the corrupted mayor. (Add a comment)
Kyriakos Mitsotakis demonstrats text book fascismKyriakos Mitsotakis demonstrats text book fascism by Thanos Kalamidas
12 July 2020
Out of the good fascist's text book, the conservative majority in the Greek parliament voted a law that forbids demonstrations while gives superpowers to a police already accused for violence, torture and far-right ideological attitude. (Add a comment)
Mosques, Museums and Politics: The Fate of Hagia SophiaMosques, Museums and Politics: The Fate of Hagia Sophia by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
12 July 2020
When the caustic Evelyn Waugh visited the majestic sixth century creation of Emperor Justinian, one subsequently enlarged, enriched and encrusted by various rulers, he felt underwhelmed. "'Agia' will always win the day for one,"... (Add a comment)
Buckminster Fuller: A World View on Doing More With LessBuckminster Fuller: A World View on Doing More With Less by Rene Wadlow
12 July 2020
Richard Buckminster Fuller Jr (1895 - 1983) Bucky to his friends, whose birth anniversary we mark on 12 July was born into one of New England's elite but freethinking families. (Add a comment)
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