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Russia-Ukraine: War Grinds On: What Opening for Negotiations?Russia-Ukraine: War Grinds On: What Opening for Negotiations? by Rene Wadlow
18 January 2023
It is the one-year anniversary of the January 2022 massing of Russian troops on the frontier of Ukraine. As with many observers, I thought that an invasion was most unlikely and that the troop movements were... (Add a comment)
Dog DaysDog Days by Nikos Laios
18 January 2023
We lived The dog days Of backstreets And alleyways And takeaways, Of throwaway love (Add a comment)
Can We Build a Virile nation in Nigeria?Can We Build a Virile nation in Nigeria? by Ovi Magazine Guest
18 January 2023
Why? We have lost touch with the history of the struggles of the early nationalists, and the labors of our heroes past are going down the drains, we pride ourselves in wars fought, battles unleashed, and the burdens of previous agonies... (Add a comment)
A fistful of cactus #46A fistful of cactus #46 by Thanos Kalamidas
18 January 2023
When a cactus becomes the sheriff then a whole lot of spines shoot around! (Add a comment)
Peace conference begins in ParisPeace conference begins in Paris by The Ovi Team
18 January 2023
January 18th 1919 in Paris, France, some of the most powerful people in the world meet to begin the long, complicated negotiations that would officially mark the end of the First World War. (1 comment)
Cook discovers HawaiiCook discovers Hawaii by The Ovi Team
18 January 2023
January 18th 1778. On January 18, 1778, the English explorer Captain James Cook becomes the first European to discover the Hawaiian Islands when he sails past the island of Oahu. (Add a comment)
A.A. MilneA.A. Milne by The Ovi Team
18 January 2023
January 18th, on this day in 1882, A.A. Milne, creator of Winnie-the-Pooh, is born. (Add a comment)
The Recent Elections in BangladeshThe Recent Elections in Bangladesh by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
17 January 2023
Bangladesh is known for high voter turnout - in 2008, it was 87 percent, in 2001 it was 76 percent and in 1996 it had recorded 75 percent. In 1991 the voter turnout was 55 percent. (Add a comment)
A fastA fast by Bohdan Yuri
17 January 2023
Cosmic order, young or old, eternal life shed from bright, move along on stilted visions, swiftly set our hearts afire. (Add a comment)
Robert M. Hutchins: Building on Earlier FoundationsRobert M. Hutchins: Building on Earlier Foundations by Rene Wadlow
17 January 2023
Much of our current work for a more just and peaceful world builds on the thinking and efforts of earlier foundations. An important foundation is the leading role of Robert M. Hutchins, long-time President of the University of Chicago... (Add a comment)
Fika bonding! #53Fika bonding! #53 by Thanos Kalamidas
17 January 2023
Fika is a state of mind and an important part of Swedish culture. It means making time for friends and colleagues to share a cup of coffee and a little something to eat. (Add a comment)
PopeyePopeye by The Ovi Team
17 January 2023
January 17th 1929; Popeye the Sailor Man, a cartoon character created by Elzie Segar, first appears in the Thimble Theatre comic strip. Popeye the Sailor Man is a fictional hero notable for appearing in comic... (Add a comment)
Mother of all BattlesMother of all Battles by The Ovi Team
17 January 2023
January 17 1991; The Gulf War Allies send hundreds of planes on bombing raids into Iraq, at the start of Operation Desert Storm. The American, British, French, Saudi and Kuwaiti aircraft took off at 2330 GMT. (1 comment)
Spy vs. Spy Square Off in MalaysiaSpy vs. Spy Square Off in Malaysia by Murray Hunter
16 January 2023
Strange as it may seem, Malaysia, a modest, rather dull middle-income country near the tail end of Southeast Asia, is a hotspot for international intrigue and foreign covert activity. (Add a comment)
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