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Book Review: Islam & Muslims in the 21st Century by Abdus Sattar Ghazali (2017)Book Review: Islam & Muslims in the 21st Century by Abdus Sattar Ghazali (2017) by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
In 1978 Professor Edward Said's book - Orientalism - was published. It was a groundbreaking critique of the West's historical, cultural, and political perceptions of the East by the (late) Columbia University professor. Nearly four decades after its fir (Add a comment)
Australia's Citizenship Bill FailsAustralia's Citizenship Bill Fails by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
This is a government that takes pride in its hard headedness and faux populism. Knowing it would have to brave a sceptical, even baffled Senate, Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, resembling a bit dictator struggling for traction, decided to i (Add a comment)
Eureka: The evolution of the economy on one footEureka: The evolution of the economy on one foot by Akli Hadid
Maslow's hierarchy of needs actually provides a very simple line to explain how the economy evolved over the last couple of centuries and what kind of economy we have today. Something businesses, business start-ups and economic planners should keep in mi (Add a comment)
Arthur RimbaudArthur Rimbaud by The Ovi Team
October 20th 1853. On this day, Arthur Rimbaud is born in Charleville, France. His father, an army officer, deserted the family when Rimbaud was six. Rimbaud was a brilliant student, and his first poem was published in a French review when he was 16. The (Add a comment)
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Moammar Gadhafi's endMoammar Gadhafi's end by The Ovi Team
20 October 2017
October 20th, on this day in 2011, Moammar Gadhafi, the longest-serving leader in Africa and the Arab world, is captured and killed by rebel forces near his hometown of Sirte. The eccentric 69-year-old dictator, who came to power in a 1969 coup, headed a (Add a comment)
Life and Death Under the Cycladic SunLife and Death Under the Cycladic Sun by Nikos Laios
19 October 2017
I have just returned having spent several lyrical weeks in Mykonos and Naxos islands and Athens in Greece and I consider myself fortunate that I was able to go, that I was able to spend time on the islands of Apollo on the yellow sand washed by the salty (Add a comment)
Dirty Ties: The University of New Haven and Saudi ArabiaDirty Ties: The University of New Haven and Saudi Arabia by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
19 October 2017
It's a relationship of dirty toxicity, but these abound when universities establish ties with regimes and certain entities. These might take the form of investments. Or they can become matters, somewhat euphemistically, of intellectual exchange. (Add a comment)
Eureka: Advice for the South Korean economyEureka: Advice for the South Korean economy by Akli Hadid
19 October 2017
When President Moon Jae In was sworn in, he promised to increase jobs in the public sector and increase salaries of public sector workers. He thought such measures would boost consumption. The problem with such measures, which have populist overtones, is (Add a comment)
All Sensations All Sensations by Ovi Magazine Guest
19 October 2017
So well and true we hear all that pervades our ears, Aural perceptions keen accept music's subtle dictates Sans questions, unconditionally, as o'er the years All children have trusted the tellings of adults as mates. (Add a comment)
German Elections - The Doktor is outGerman Elections - The Doktor is out by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
18 October 2017
The German elections are over, and for a brief moment, it looks like all is stable. But make no mistake, this is only the eye of the storm. I have full confidence that Germany has already shifted away from the current leadership. In a significant rejecti (Add a comment)
Duns Scotus in Franciscan Ecosophy: a revisitingDuns Scotus in Franciscan Ecosophy: a revisiting by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
18 October 2017
Not too long ago I wrote a piece on Franciscan spirituality and its nexus to modern ecosophy; see: http://www.ovimagazine.com/art/13738. I'd like to revisit the theme by exploring the Franciscan theology of Duns Scotus (1265-1308) who, together with Thom (Add a comment)
Eureka: On conflict negotiationEureka: On conflict negotiation by Akli Hadid
18 October 2017
In any organization there are direct talks and there are indirect talks. The problem with direct talks is that the notion of "language of diplomacy" really doesn't exist. In most countries, "being diplomatic" basically means being indirect and basica (1 comment)
Phillis Wheatley freePhillis Wheatley free by The Ovi Team
18 October 2017
October 18th 1775; African-American poet Phillis Wheatley freed from slavery. Phillis Wheatley (1753-December 5, 1784), enslaved at the age of eight, is widely known as the first African-American woman in United States' history to have her poetry publi (2 comments)
Odysseus Elytis NobelOdysseus Elytis Nobel by The Ovi Team
18 October 2017
Since the last few days we are talking about Nobel Prizes, a Greek poet Odysseus Elytis, was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize and it was announced on the 18th of October 1979. (Add a comment)
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