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Meeting on the Island of Death From Behind: The Kim-Trump SummitMeeting on the Island of Death From Behind: The Kim-Trump Summit by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
14 June 2018
Everything about this summit is in the showy warm-up run. (Add a comment)
Eureka: Different causes for economic recessionsEureka: Different causes for economic recessions by Akli Hadid
14 June 2018
Economic recessions are caused mainly by five different factors: security factors, environmental factors, political factors, social factors and economic factors. (Add a comment)
Every blood donor is a heroEvery blood donor is a hero by The Ovi Team
14 June 2018
On 14 June, countries worldwide celebrate World Blood Donor Day with events to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. The theme of the 2012 World Blood (Add a comment)
Burl IvesBurl Ives by The Ovi Team
14 June 2018
June 14th; Burl Icle Ivanhoe Ives, a prominent folk singer and Academy Award-winning actor, is born on this day in 1909 near Hunt City, Illinois. (Add a comment)
Univac IUnivac I by The Ovi Team
14 June 2018
June 14th 1951; Univac I was unveiled. It was a computer designed for the U.S. Census Bureau and billed as the world's first commercial computer. UNIVAC was, effectively, an updated version of ENIAC. Data could be input using magnetic computer tape (and, (Add a comment)
Zebra CrossingsZebra Crossings by The Ovi Team
14 June 2018
14th June 1961; following increasing numbers of accidents at uncontrolled zebra crossings a new type of road crossing with push button controls which will allow pedestrians to stop traffic with flashing lights is to be introduced next year. (Add a comment)
William Butler Yeats: The Transition to AquariusWilliam Butler Yeats: The Transition to Aquarius by Rene Wadlow
13 June 2018
William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) the Irish poet whose birth we mark on 13 June, along with his close colleague George Russell, who published under the name of (Add a comment)
Flesh & BonesFlesh & Bones by Nikos Laios
13 June 2018
In the silence The quiet mind speaks, In the silence (Add a comment)
The Ramsay Twist: Australian University Funding and Western CivilisationThe Ramsay Twist: Australian University Funding and Western Civilisation by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
13 June 2018
There is a lot of tattle going on about why the Australian National University rebuffed, after a series of talks, the offer for the establishment of a specific bachelors degree... (Add a comment)
Eureka: A fireside chat on economic crises and recessionsEureka: A fireside chat on economic crises and recessions by Akli Hadid
13 June 2018
If you're at a cafe chatting with friends you might discuss how hard it is to find a job in these times of recession. (Add a comment)
Miranda RightsMiranda Rights by The Ovi Team
13 June 2018
13th June 1966; Chief Justice Earl Warren delivers The Supreme Court landmark Miranda vs. Arizona decision, "that criminal suspects must be informed of their right to consult with an attorney and of their right against self-incrimination prior to questio (Add a comment)
Yeltsin wins first Russian electionsYeltsin wins first Russian elections by The Ovi Team
13 June 2018
June 13th 1991; Yeltsin wins first Russian elections. Boris Yeltsin is celebrating victory as Russia's first popularly-elected president. The 60-year-old reformer and leader of the group Democratic Russia has inflicted a heavy defeat on the Communist Par (Add a comment)
Elite Atrocities: Australia's Special Forces in AfghanistanElite Atrocities: Australia's Special Forces in Afghanistan by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
12 June 2018
They operate with impunity in areas already deemed lawless by their civilising superiors. Afghanistan, derided as a country of anarchic sensibilities, was never going to be a place for those abiding by armchair rules. (Add a comment)
Eureka: My experience conversing with KoreansEureka: My experience conversing with Koreans by Akli Hadid
12 June 2018
Last time I talked about negotiating with Koreans, this time I'll talk about conversing with Koreans. (Add a comment)
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