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By Peter Millett - Apr 01,2014
Winston Churchill once described Russia as “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma”. That quip probably reflected his frustration from dealing with Stalin 70 years ago.  There are no mysteries about Russia’s bullying behaviour of Ukraine in recent
By Peter Millett - Mar 18,2014
Last week, there was a nasty accident outside our house.
By Peter Millett - Mar 04,2014
Winston Churchill once said that: “Democracy is the worst form of government — except for all the others that have been tried.” His cynicism was perhaps justified after the British people voted him out from his position as prime minister within months of winnin
By Peter Millett - Feb 04,2014
“If we don’t die from bombardment or snipers we will die of hunger or cold.” So said a young man in Homs to the BBC last week. Over 2,000 Syrians have been holed up in the centre of Homs for 600 days.
By Peter Millett - Jan 22,2014
Cleanliness is close to godliness. Godliness is probably little more than a distant aspiration for most of us. But cleanliness is easy, on a personal level and in our communities. Keeping our neighbourhoods clean is good for everyone.
By Peter Millett - Jan 07,2014
The New Year saw the usual spate of cartoons about the departure of the old year and the arrival of 2014. For Jordan, the New Year brought the start of the country’s two-year stint on the United Nations Security Council. This role brings major new responsibilities.



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