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I’ve Got Georgia on My Mind

For the last few weeks I’ve had Georgia on my mind – not the 1930 song by Hoag Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell made famous by Ray Charles in 1960, but the sovereign county in the Caucuses that is located at … Continue reading

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Georgia – Navigating an Uncertain Path Between Order and Chaos in Europe

I’m back on the Eurostar this morning, this time for a round of meetings in Brussels, some ecumenical but others EU related. This visit comes fresh on the heals of a fraternal visit by his Holiness Ilya II, the Catholicos Patriarch … Continue reading

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What Future NATO? – The Bishop of Wakefield Reflects on the NATO Summit

After my post last Thursday on the prospects for the forthcoming NATO summit in Lisbon, the Rt Revd Stephen Platten, the Bishop of Wakefield and the lead bishop on international security affairs, offers his own expert reflections on the subject.  These … Continue reading

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