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The United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, Weak but Necessary.The United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, Weak but Necessary. by Rene Wadlow
29 May is the International Day of the United Nations Peacekeepers. The day was chosen in memory of the creation of the first UN interposition force in the Middle East. (Add a comment)
Intuition's tempoIntuition's tempo by Saloni Kaul
Going headlong with the intuitive flow, Heeding internal tempo rhythmic set by heart and pulse Make the run easy each time, as yielding slow (Add a comment)
Pandemic Inquiry Wars: Australia, the United States and the Coronavirus InvestigationPandemic Inquiry Wars: Australia, the United States and the Coronavirus Investigation by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The Australian press and a chorus of the country's politicians painted a misguided, blotched picture: the Scott Morrison government had achieved its goal of convincing members of the World Health Assembly that... (Add a comment)
International Day of United Nations PeacekeepersInternational Day of United Nations Peacekeepers by The Ovi Team
29 May is the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers. The day has two purposes: to honour the memory of the UN peacekeepers who have lost their lives in the cause of peace; and to pay tribute to all the men and women who have served and continu (1 comment)
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Constantinople's fallConstantinople's fall by The Ovi Team
29 May 2020
May 29th 1453; Constantinople fell to Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II, ending the Byzantine Empire. The Siege of Constantinople that resulted in its fall took place from April 2 to May 29, 1453. (2 comments)
Dealing with Disruptive Dislocations Dealing with Disruptive Dislocations by Prof. Michael R. Czinkota
28 May 2020
The global uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus disruption intensifies. Questions of human safety and business continuity reach far beyond the assessment of lock-down orders. In light of a pandemic, transmission expectations... (Add a comment)
Battles over Barley: Australia, China and the Tariff WarsBattles over Barley: Australia, China and the Tariff Wars by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
28 May 2020
It promised to be bruising to both dignity and wallet. However brazen Australian politicians have been drumming up support for an international inquiry into the origins of the novel coronavirus... (Add a comment)
Business leaders: the birth and growth of a companyBusiness leaders: the birth and growth of a company by Joseph Gatt
28 May 2020
Some tips on how to conceive and grow your business. (Add a comment)
 Dupenews: Did coronavirus break Cummings rules? Dupenews: Did coronavirus break Cummings rules? by Theodore K. Nasos
28 May 2020
Without any further comment, the office of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson resisted to answer if coronavirus broke Cummings rules and moved to the opening pubs and restaurants. (Add a comment)
Tortilla FlatTortilla Flat by The Ovi Team
28 May 2020
May 28th 1935; John Steinbeck's first successful novel, Tortilla Flat, is published on this day. (Add a comment)
Inglorious Bastardry: Hacking for VaccinesInglorious Bastardry: Hacking for Vaccines by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
27 May 2020
If you cannot discover or create something, best steal it. It has been the operating principle for everything from wealth to technology. With the efforts to discover a vaccine to the novel coronavirus being all but bound by solidarity... (Add a comment)
The SacrificeThe Sacrifice by Nikos Laios
27 May 2020
The women sieve Flour over the table, And they collect the stones Left in the sieves and make (Add a comment)
Busting a few mythsBusting a few myths by Joseph Gatt
27 May 2020
There are a few things I hear a lot of people tell me which are incorrect. So here are the myths busted. Myth: Bill Gates became a billionaire simply by writing a series of zeros and ones. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #061Berserk Alert! #061 by Tony Zuvela
27 May 2020
Tony Zuvela's view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
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