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EU expandingly shrinking EU expandingly shrinking by Thanos Kalamidas
In Riga the EU leadership passed the message to the eastern neighbours that any talk about membership is very early and at the moment they can just improve neighbourly and commerce relations. Perhaps now the EU leadership has started realizing that the be (Add a comment)
Latvian reportLatvian report by Euro Reporter
Crucified Putin Statue, the KGB past and with a large minority of Russians the latest report from the euro-reporter and Latvia (Add a comment)
Bonnie Parker and Clyde BarrowBonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow by The Ovi Team
May 23rd 1934; in Bienville Parish, LA, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed and killed by Texas Rangers. The bank robbers were riding in a stolen Ford Deluxe. (Add a comment)
The Greek Express #48The Greek Express #48 by Thanos Raftopoulos
A series of cartoons from Greece all the way around the world. (Add a comment)
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NPT: New Opportunities and Obsolete PerceptionsNPT: New Opportunities and Obsolete Perceptions by Rene Wadlow
22 May 2015
In "Nuclear-weapon Non-prolifereation and Global Order" I outlined the framework of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) and the role of the Review Conferences. Here I will deal first with the evolution of the NPT Reviews and th (Add a comment)
Door Door by Katerina Charisi
22 May 2015
Katerina Charisi is a bilingual fiction and non-fiction writer from Greece and she has joined forces with Ovi with a very intriguing column, one photo - one story, from the team of the "Mortals of Megapolis" (Add a comment)
Savannah, a historic voyageSavannah, a historic voyage by The Ovi Team
22 May 2015
May 22nd 1819; the steamship Savannah became the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The Savannah reached Liverpool in 29 days and 4 hours, a good but not exceptional time, due in part to bad weather. The steam engine performed faultlessly, having been i (Add a comment)
Ovi Symposium; fifty-second MeetingOvi Symposium; fifty-second Meeting by The Ovi Symposium
21 May 2015
The Ovi Symposium 52nd meeting, subtheme: "New Paradigms for the Idea of Europe"; between Ms George, Mr Laios, Drs. Paolozzi, Paparella, and Mr Rywalt. (Add a comment)
Can We Allow Fate of those in the SS St. Louis to Repeat?Can We Allow Fate of those in the SS St. Louis to Repeat? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
21 May 2015
In recent weeks, Rohingyas stranded in rickety boats in the seas of Southeast Asia has caused international alarm. There are several thousand of these migrants in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia with dwindling supplies of food and (Add a comment)
MaybelleneMaybellene by The Ovi Team
21 May 2015
May 21st 1955; John Lennon once famously said that "if you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it 'Chuck Berry.'" That's how foundational Berry's contributions were to the music that changed America and the world beginning in th (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #236Berserk Alert! #236 by Tony Zuvela
21 May 2015
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Nuclear-weapon Non-proliferation and Global OrderNuclear-weapon Non-proliferation and Global Order by Rene Wadlow
20 May 2015
The Review Conference on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) started at the United Nations in New York on 27 April and is planned to run until 22 May. (In 1980, the Review had run three extra days in the hope of being able to reac (Add a comment)
Red Bicycle Red Bicycle by Nikos Laios
20 May 2015
Red Bicycles, Red Tricycles, On a Sunday Afternoon. (Add a comment)
The Battle for CreteThe Battle for Crete by The Ovi Team
20 May 2015
It began just after dawn on 20 May 1941. Many of the 7700 New Zealand soldiers stationed on Crete were finishing breakfast when hundreds of German transport aircraft - some towing gliders - rumbled in over the Mediterranean island. The air above was sudde (Add a comment)
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