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Allende elected president of ChileAllende elected president of Chile by The Ovi Team
24 October 2020
October 24th 1970; Salvador Allende, an avowed Marxist, becomes president of Chile after being confirmed by the Chilean congress. For the next three years, the United States would exert tremendous pressure to try to... (Add a comment)
Afghanistan: 7 October 2001. The USA replaces the Soviet Union in remaking the StateAfghanistan: 7 October 2001. The USA replaces the Soviet Union in remaking the State by Rene Wadlow
23 October 2020
7 October marked the 2001 U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, the first major action in the "war on terror". Today, there are difficult negotiations in Doha, Quatar,between representatives of the Taliban that the U.S. had overthrown... (Add a comment)
The Unexamined Life The Unexamined Life by David Sparenberg
23 October 2020
What if there had never been a Socrates an Erasmus a Voltaire or Mark Twain (Add a comment)
Should all literature be in English?Should all literature be in English? by Joseph Gatt
23 October 2020
You're going to find a lot of good fiction works that are not in English. But when it comes to non-fiction, you're going to have a lot of trouble finding anything worth reading that is not in English... (Add a comment)
An Austro-Franco-German Proposal for a European Post C-19 Recovery ProgrammeAn Austro-Franco-German Proposal for a European Post C-19 Recovery Programme by Ovi Magazine Guest
23 October 2020
On the latter topic, the panelist Mario Holzner, who is the Director-General of the WIIW Austria, outlined the policy proposal on the post-pandemic European recovery programme, elaborated by his Viennese Institute in collaboration... (Add a comment)
The Hungarian uprising The Hungarian uprising by The Ovi Team
23 October 2020
October 23rd 1956; thousands of Hungarians erupt in protest against the Soviet presence in their nation and are met with armed resistance. Organized demonstrations by Hungarian citizens had been ongoing since June 1956... (Add a comment)
If You Leave Me NowIf You Leave Me Now by The Ovi Team
23 October 2020
Chicago - one of history's most prolific rock bands - has its first #1 hit on October 23, 1976, with "If You Leave Me Now." (Add a comment)
Thailand's Tourism Sector Struggles to Rebound Thailand's Tourism Sector Struggles to Rebound by Murray Hunter
22 October 2020
Thailand is making a faltering start to the return of tourists, with the first contingent of Chinese travellers set to arrive last week but who were delayed by a security chief who cited the Vegetarian Festival as a reason for the delay. (Add a comment)
FallingFalling by Abigail George
22 October 2020
Our choices change the future evolution of the universe. His body is heaven's plateau. (Add a comment)
Further myths and realities on datingFurther myths and realities on dating by Joseph Gatt
22 October 2020
A few more myths about dating and relationships. Myth: You can find love on Tinder and other dating apps. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #034Berserk Alert! #034 by Tony Zuvela
22 October 2020
Tony Zuvela's view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (2 comments)
Sartre and the Nobel PrizeSartre and the Nobel Prize by The Ovi Team
22 October 2020
October 22nd 1964, Jean-Paul Sartre is awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, which he declines. In his novels, essays, and plays, Sartre advanced the philosophy of existentialism, arguing that each individual must... (5 comments)
Contemporary Turkish FascismContemporary Turkish Fascism by Nikos Laios
21 October 2020
Is the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan the new Hitler? Now this is quite a radical question but in lieu of the Imperialist neo-Ottomanism and actions by the Turkish President over the last few years... (Add a comment)
Dropped Prosecutions: The Afghan Files, Public Interest Journalism and Dan OakesDropped Prosecutions: The Afghan Files, Public Interest Journalism and Dan Oakes by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
21 October 2020
In July 2017, two journalists working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Dan Oakes and Sam Clark, wrote of a stash of incriminating documents, running into hundreds of pages. (Add a comment)
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