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What's in a PhD?What's in a PhD? by Murray Hunter
A Doctor of Philosophy or PhD is the highest form of degree conferred by universities. The PhD exists in many forms and has varying requirements depending on country, subject area, university, and faculty. (Add a comment)
Zumba with a CaneZumba with a Cane by Leah Sellers
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Human resources in sub-Saharan AfricaHuman resources in sub-Saharan Africa by Jay Gutman
Sweeping generalizations and random notes on human resources in sub-Saharan Africa, in no particular order. (Add a comment)
Walk & talk 918Walk & talk 918 by Thanos Kalamidas
Contemporary talk, walk and talk! (Add a comment)
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First Commercial Radio StationFirst Commercial Radio Station by The Ovi Team
20 August 2019
20th August 1920; the first commercial radio station begins operating in Detroit, Michigan with call sign 8MK (Now WWJ (News radio 950)). The radio station was started by The Detroit News newspaper and is now owned and run by CBS. (Add a comment)
Jacqueline SusannJacqueline Susann by The Ovi Team
20 August 2019
On this day in 1918, August 20th, Jacqueline Susann, the author of Valley of the Dolls, the 1966 mega-hit novel about the showbiz lives of three women (reportedly modelled in part after Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly)... (Add a comment)
Soviet Union intervenes in CzechoslovakiaSoviet Union intervenes in Czechoslovakia by The Ovi Team
20 August 2019
August 20th 1968; In the face of rising anti-Soviet protests in Czechoslovakia, Soviet troops (backed by troops from other Warsaw Pact nations) intervene to crush the protest and restore order. The brutal Soviet action shocked the West and dealt a devasta (Add a comment)
The Fate of ...humanitarian Poets - New EBookThe Fate of ...humanitarian Poets - New EBook by Thanos Kalamidas
19 August 2019
Ovi Magazine celebrates the World Humanitarian Day adding a new Book in its shelves. "The Fate of Poets" David Sparenberg's fourth EBook with Ovi magazine, dedicated to 45 years poem writing. (1 comment)
Australia's Pacific Play: Denying Climate Change and Boosting China's ThreatAustralia's Pacific Play: Denying Climate Change and Boosting China's Threat by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
19 August 2019
Australia has always nursed a contradictory, repressive relationship with its Pacific neighbours. Being a satrap of great powers, it has performed the role of gate keeper and monitor of regional instability... (Add a comment)
My two cents on rate cutsMy two cents on rate cuts by Jay Gutman
19 August 2019
Perhaps the biggest economic blunder ever made was around 2002. The discussion went like this: "we're going to abolish rent control so that people can find housing more easily... (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #106Berserk Alert! #106 by Tony Zuvela
19 August 2019
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Bill ClintonBill Clinton by The Ovi Team
19 August 2019
August 19th; on this day in 1946, William Jefferson Blythe III is born in Hope, Arkansas. His father died in a car accident before he was born, and young Bill later took the last name of his stepfather, Roger Clinton. (Add a comment)
Moscow jails U-2 spy pilotMoscow jails U-2 spy pilot by The Ovi Team
19 August 2019
August 19th 1960; The United States pilot, Francis Gary Powers, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by a Soviet military court. Powers had pleaded guilty to spying for the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (Add a comment)
Is Macron's plan for a single European army and defense mechanism good for Europe? Is Macron's plan for a single European army and defense mechanism good for Europe? by Christos Mouzeviris
18 August 2019
Ever since his election in May 2017, France's President Emmanuel Macron, has been very vocal on several necessary reforms on pan-European level. His overall view is seemingly very keen on deepening the European integration process in the future. (Add a comment)
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