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Daphne Du MaurierDaphne Du Maurier by The Ovi Team
13 May 2022
May 13th; British writer Daphne Du Maurier is born on this day in 1907. Du Maurier wrote many romantic suspense novels, including the popular Rebecca (1938). (1 comment)
The Only Way Ukraine Can Win the WarThe Only Way Ukraine Can Win the War by Bohdan Yuri
12 May 2022
One must wonder what President Zelensky must be thinking when he hears Western representatives tell him how much The West supports his efforts. (Add a comment)
Trapped in the Net, Wanting to BreachTrapped in the Net, Wanting to Breach by George Cassidy Payne
12 May 2022
Built to withstand pressure that would crush a Volkswagen, (Add a comment)
Kenneth Waltz: The Passing of the Second Generation of the RealistsKenneth Waltz: The Passing of the Second Generation of the Realists by Rene Wadlow
12 May 2022
The death of Professor Kenneth Waltz on 12 May 2013 in New York City at the age of 88 marks the start of the passing of the second generation of the realist school in the study of international relations. (Add a comment)
Sceptic feathers #035Sceptic feathers #035 by Thanos Kalamidas
12 May 2022
Cynicism with feathers on thin wires. (Add a comment)
King's crownKing's crown by The Ovi Team
12 May 2022
May 12th 1937; Britain's King George VI was crowned at Westminster Abbey. George VI became king suddenly following the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII, in 1936. He worked hard to adapt to this unexpected role... (Add a comment)
Katharine HepburnKatharine Hepburn by The Ovi Team
12 May 2022
May 12th; on this day in 1907, Katharine Hepburn, who due to her performances in such films as The Philadelphia Story and On Golden Pond, will become one of the most celebrated actresses of the 20th century, is born in Hartford, Connecticut. (Add a comment)
Leaking for Roe v WadeLeaking for Roe v Wade by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
11 May 2022
The US Supreme Court Chief Justice was furious. For the first time in history, the raw judicial process of one of the most powerful, and opaque arms of government, had been exposed via media... (Add a comment)
PerusingPerusing by Jan Sand
11 May 2022
This enterprise To be alive Has been something, To me, Of a surprise (Add a comment)
African Politicians Must Stop Blaming Others For Africa's Economic WoesAfrican Politicians Must Stop Blaming Others For Africa's Economic Woes by Ovi Magazine Guest
11 May 2022
African politicians tend to blame foreign actors or external factors for the problems at home. This is nothing new nor is it unique to African politicians. (Add a comment)
Pro-lifePro-life by Patrick McWade
11 May 2022
For the Moment a cartoon series by Patrick McWade (Add a comment)
Garry Kasparov vs. Deep BlueGarry Kasparov vs. Deep Blue by The Ovi Team
11 May 2022
May 11th 1997; Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, lost his first ever multi-game match. He lost to IBM's chess computer Deep Blue. It was the first time a computer had beat a world-champion player. (1 comment)
Ephemera #054Ephemera #054 by Thanos Kalamidas
11 May 2022
Ephemera: a word with ancient Greek roots meaning 'something that is produced or created that is never meant to last or be remembered'. (Add a comment)
"Admit you were an ISIS supporter!". Interrogation at Onraet Road"Admit you were an ISIS supporter!". Interrogation at Onraet Road by Zulfikar Shariff
10 May 2022
From the Tuas checkpoint, I was taken by car to another location. The lead officer sat in the back with me. I learned later that his name was Deputy Superintendent (DSP) Tim Ker Kien Ping. (Add a comment)
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