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Will there be a new World order after Afghanistan?

The disastrous after-effects of the disgusting way that the UK, USA and other NATO members left Afghanistan begs a question that we should have been asking for the last 5 years. “What happens when the USA gives up its role … Continue reading

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The Greek tragedy reaches its climax

  I love Greece. Erica and I, sometimes accompanied by assorted kids, have had a number of lovely holidays there. No-one can doubt the fact that at one time Greece was at the very epicentre of the ‘civilised’ world. I … Continue reading

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Learning for the World from Warrington

Tomorrow I am setting off for Washington where I will be speaking at conferences of the National League of Cities; the American League of Mayors and the World Bank. I will talk more about these visits further on but I … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from the USA

I’m now on my way back from a very interesting three days in Arkansas. I am very tired but I hope that I have learnt a lot and I hope that I have left some useful thoughts behind. Their system … Continue reading

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