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What can Guyana’s gas reserves do for agribusiness?

By Jerry Haar and Cristina Caus The Guyanese economy has been known for quite a long time for a traditional economic system, in which most...

President Putin’s actions are jeopardizing economic peace and growth: The world should say ‘no...

By Sir Ronald Sanders “Every bullet, every bomb, every shell that hits a target in Ukraine, hits our pockets and our economies in Africa.” Those were...

Inflation and the ecological transition: A European perspective: Part 2

By Biagio Bossone, Maria Elena Camarda, Vincenzo D’alberti D’alberti, Maria Grazia Guttadauria, Daniela Pagliaro and Maddalena Vietti Niclot The scarcity of raw materials drives inflation....

A UG-GOAL for Guyana: Education and national transformation

By Dr Terrence Blackman and Dr Carolyn Walcott Education and innovations pertinent to the needs of industry are vital to a nation's development. Therefore, state...

The Commonwealth and the monarchy

By David Jessop The late Queen Elizabeth was widely revered for her sense of duty, her wisdom, advice, and the continuity she provided. As head...

Let’s include Taiwan in the UN system

By Shyh-Fen Chung, President of the Taiwanese Association of Tampa Bay While nations in the world are acting together to generate the common good as the...

A vision for transparency of climate action in Africa

By UN Climate Change Ministers and other regional and international leaders met with experts at Africa Climate Week 2022 in Libreville, Gabon at the beginning...

Racial differences in economic security: The racial wealth gap

By Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy Benjamin Harris and Economist Sydney Schreiner Wertz This summer the Treasury Department initiated a blog series focusing on economic...

How Africa can escape chronic food insecurity amid climate change

By Laurent Kemoe, Cedric Okou, Pritha Mitra and Filiz Unsal The toll of extreme weather events on crops underscores the region’s challenges and need for...

Linking Guyana’s economy with STEM education

“Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today,” - Malcolm X. By...

Strengthening our nation’s preparedness with a public safety broadband network

By Stephen Benjamin, Chair of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) September marks the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It is also National Preparedness...

Venezuela’s latest move in its waiting game with Guyana: Part 2

By Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith In Part 1 we discussed Guyana’s pursuits at the World Court, Venezuela’s legal manoeuvres that likely will lead to an extension...

OAS plays significant role for democracy in elections 

By Sir Ronald Sanders There are intermittent squabbles in the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), concerning the controversial general elections of...

Americans who are familiar with Taiwan tend to be more supportive of Taiwan

By Eric Lee With Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan at the beginning of August, and subsequent Chinese military activities, Taiwan has...

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