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Masking Up under Biden: The Perils of Tribalism, Bureaucracy and LawsuitsMasking Up under Biden: The Perils of Tribalism, Bureaucracy and Lawsuits by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
One crackling theme streaking through the US elections of 2020 was the issue of mask wearing. Critics initially felt that facemasks were of the too important category in combating the novel coronavirus: purchasing and using them... (Add a comment)
Firefly DreamsFirefly Dreams by Bohdan Yuri
Fireflies whisper dreams In the forest without noise, and the night birds swoop From shadow stations. (Add a comment)
Competing for talent: the salary conundrumCompeting for talent: the salary conundrum by Joseph Gatt
A subtle aspect in economic theory is that companies compete to attract talent. One way they try to compete is by offering excellent working conditions. (Add a comment)
More Berserk Alert! #249More Berserk Alert! #249 by Tony Zuvela
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
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First Winter OlympicsFirst Winter Olympics by The Ovi Team
25 January 2021
On January 25, 1924, the first Winter Olympics take off in style at Chamonix in the French Alps. Spectators were thrilled by the ski jump and bobsled as well as 12 other events involving a total of six sports. (Add a comment)
Robert BurnsRobert Burns by The Ovi Team
25 January 2021
January 25th, Scottish poet Robert Burns is born on this day in 1759. The day is still celebrated by Burns fans across the English-speaking world, with high-spirited "Robert Burns Night" feasts, featuring haggis and other Scottish delicacies... (Add a comment)
Ethiopia: Storm Clouds Getting DarkerEthiopia: Storm Clouds Getting Darker by Rene Wadlow
24 January 2021
In an earlier article on the armed conflict in Ethiopia "Storm Clouds Over Ethiopia" I agreed with other observers of the situation that one knows when an armed conflict starts but not when it ends. (Add a comment)
Fin Elegy - Chapter 3: About Doug. Part IIIFin Elegy - Chapter 3: About Doug. Part III by Christos Mouzeviris
24 January 2021
That is not the point Doug. You had the habit of viewing everyone as a potential threat, even when they posed none against you, or you had nothing to gain from yet another conflict. Your subconscious anger, plus other underlined... (Add a comment)
Notes on starting a successful businessNotes on starting a successful business by Joseph Gatt
24 January 2021
A few notes on starting a successful business, in no particular order. Leadership: the heart of a teacher. If you're going to start a business, you are going to need to be a good listener and a good at explaining how things work. (Add a comment)
Edith WhartonEdith Wharton by The Ovi Team
24 January 2021
January 24th, on this day in 1862, Edith Wharton is born to an old and wealthy New York family. She grew up in an opulent world where pre-Civil War society tried to keep the nouveau riche at bay. (Add a comment)
Director Theo Angelopoulos died in road accidentDirector Theo Angelopoulos died in road accident by The Ovi Team
24 January 2021
January 24th 2012. On the day film lovers around the globe tuned in to find out this year's Oscar contenders, the world of cinema mourned the loss of one of its most respected figures. (1 comment)
Winston Churchill diesWinston Churchill dies by The Ovi Team
24 January 2021
January 24th 1965; Sir Winston Churchill died at the age of 90 with his wife Lady Clementine Churchill and other members of the family at his bedside. He suffered a stroke 15 days before and gradually slipped... (Add a comment)
The many layers of Mitsotakis authoritarianismThe many layers of Mitsotakis authoritarianism by Thanos Kalamidas
23 January 2021
The father, Konstantinos Mitsotakis, betrayed democracy and paved the way for a military coup and a dictatorship that lasted seven years and nearly destroyed Greece, imprisoning, torturing and murdering hundreds of thousands... (Add a comment)
Our WorldOur World by Nikos Laios
23 January 2021
I miss The waves The ocean And the beaches, I miss the city streets (Add a comment)
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