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When Thanos or Asa decide to express a particular opinion concerning their magazine they will post it here, plus any other announcements about new developments and plans.

 
 US Immigration vs. Charlie ChaplinUS Immigration vs. Charlie Chaplin by The Ovi Team
September 19th 1952; The United States is to prevent the film legend, Charlie Chaplin, from returning to his Hollywood home until he has been investigated by the Immigration Services. The Attorney-General, Thomas McGranery, has ordered the Immigration Ser
 
 Immortal and other stories...Immortal and other stories... by Thanos Kalamidas
The "Immortal and other stories", is Gordana Mudri's debut into the world of online publishing. Gordana Mudri is a very talented writer who often balances between fantasy and reality in allegories and metaphors.
 
 The Flawed Institution: Australian Marriage and the Same-Sex DebateThe Flawed Institution: Australian Marriage and the Same-Sex Debate by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
It's a pretty curious thing to see: marriage being defended at all. Like slavery, and not necessarily inconsistent with it, marriage is an institution. It embraces codes. It imparts obligations, duties, and rights. And it creeps up on you.
 
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 The Caligula Presidency: The EBookThe Caligula Presidency: The EBook by Thanos Kalamidas
A new EBook for Ovi Bookshelves, Professor Emanuel Paparella's "The Caligula Presidency: A Satirical Debunking Critique"
 
 Horse made of glass - Part 11Horse made of glass - Part 11 by Katerina Charisi
It's a simple question. You have two children. You can't cook for them, you can't take them to shower, you can't put them to sleep. You can't take them to school, you can't play with them, you can't put them clothes on. You are always just too busy
 
 Refugee Conundrums: Resettlement, the UN and the US-Australia DealRefugee Conundrums: Resettlement, the UN and the US-Australia Deal by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Having poured scorn and not an indecent amount of bile upon the refugee deal between the Obama administration and Canberra last year, US President Donald Trump was never going to make things easy for the resettlement of various groups held on Nauru and Ma
 
 IRA declares end to armed struggleIRA declares end to armed struggle by The Ovi Team
July 28th 2005; The IRA has formally ordered an end to its armed campaign and says it will pursue exclusively peaceful means. In a long-awaited statement, the republican organisation said it would follow a democratic path ending more than 30 years of viol
 
 On Distinguishing Trolls from Symposia within Virtual RealityOn Distinguishing Trolls from Symposia within Virtual Reality by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
On a monthly basis, readers of this particular on-line magazine of opinion are treated to a meeting of minds, so to speak, dubbed "The Ovi Symposium". The composition of its collaborators and contributors changes from time to time, but its original bas
 
 Dreaming of Coal: Turnbull Goes to IndiaDreaming of Coal: Turnbull Goes to India by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
This was not a trip of orient driven romance, but one of dull, bottom line economics. Less curry than cabbage; more brown nosing than elevation. Australia's increasingly wooden Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, did not exude colour or charisma as he was
 
 Dutch Election and the Presumed Muslim Problem Dutch Election and the Presumed Muslim Problem by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
The Dutch had their election last Wednesday in which the anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim extremist party - the Freedom Party (PVV) - came out a distant second winning 20 seats in the 150-seat parliament. Its leader Geert Wilders ran on a "de-Islamification"
 
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