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The LouvreThe Louvre by The Ovi Team
18 November 2020
November 18th 1793; The Louvre is officially opened in Paris, France. the Louvre Museum or simply the Louvre - is one of the world's largest museums, the most visited art museum in the world and a historic monument. (Add a comment)
Responsibility After TrumpResponsibility After Trump by George Cassidy Payne
17 November 2020
If we are being honest with ourselves, the work for all of us has really just begun. For half the country, Trump was the great leader who would take it all on. To the other half, he represented a scapegoat for every problem in America. (Add a comment)
Fur Trades and Pandemics: Coronavirus and Denmark's Great Mink MassacreFur Trades and Pandemics: Coronavirus and Denmark's Great Mink Massacre by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
17 November 2020
"The worst case scenario is a new pandemic, starting all over again out of Denmark," came the words of a grave Kare Molbak, director of the Danish health authorities, the State Serum Institute. According to the Institute... (Add a comment)
Working and competingWorking and competing by Joseph Gatt
17 November 2020
Working means you're giving something. It's usually giving something in exchange for something. It could be a product in exchange for money. It could be a service in exchange for money. (Add a comment)
Warning that Patient-Physician Relationship Is Under Threat Warning that Patient-Physician Relationship Is Under Threat by Ovi Magazine Guest
17 November 2020
A warning that the age old physician-patient relationship is under threat, has come from the World Medical Association. (Add a comment)
The Athens Polytechnic uprisingThe Athens Polytechnic uprising by The Ovi Team
17 November 2020
November 17th 1973; Despite the harsh repressive measures of the military Junta during the seven-year dictatorship of 1967-1973 in Greece - the imprisonments, displacements, mass trials in emergency courts-martial, torture... (1 comment)
Building Stronger Conflict Prevention NetworksBuilding Stronger Conflict Prevention Networks by Rene Wadlow
16 November 2020
As we reflect on current armed conflicts on which the Association of World Citizens has proposed measures for conflict resolution : - Nagorno-Karabakh, Yemen, Syria, Ukraine-Donetsk-Lougansk- Russia - we ask ourselves... (Add a comment)
Sawing the Sacred: Felling the Djab Wurrung Directions TreeSawing the Sacred: Felling the Djab Wurrung Directions Tree by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
16 November 2020
It was a penultimate day in the Australian state of Victoria. The state government had announced that some of harshest coronavirus lockdown restrictions in the developed world would be easing. (Add a comment)
Women and scienceWomen and science by Joseph Gatt
16 November 2020
The stereotype goes like this: there are very few women in science, technology, math and engineering because women lack the analytical mind that men have. That is, they say, women are better... (Add a comment)
UNESCO foundedUNESCO founded by The Ovi Team
16 November 2020
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations established on 16 November 1945. Its stated purpose is to contribute to peace and security... (Add a comment)
Fyodor Dostoevsky is sentenced to deathFyodor Dostoevsky is sentenced to death by The Ovi Team
16 November 2020
November 16th; on this day in 1849, a Russian court sentences Fyodor Dostoevsky to death for his allegedly antigovernment activities linked to a radical intellectual group. His execution is stayed at the last minute. (1 comment)
When we get to ParisWhen we get to Paris by Abigail George
15 November 2020
Now when I look at you, my son, I know that earth's tomb will come for you, like it will come for all of us. Take me into the light. It has a quality that knows the power of words. (Add a comment)
Begging Outrage: British Journalists for AssangeBegging Outrage: British Journalists for Assange by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
15 November 2020
Even that title strikes an odd note. It should not. The Fourth Estate, historically reputed as the chamber of journalists and publishers keeping an eye on elected officials, received a blast of oxygen with... (Add a comment)
The social aspects of tourismThe social aspects of tourism by Joseph Gatt
15 November 2020
A brief guidebook for tourism policy. To be very honest, I've worked with a dozen countries on tourism policy. I spent two decades listening to what they had to tell me and thinking about the question of tourism policy. (Add a comment)
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