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Small states diplomacy pays dividends on ‘de-risking’ 

By Sir Ronald Sanders It was an odd law into which to place it, but new and welcome directives on ‘de-risking’, which has plagued Caribbean...
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St Kitts – Nevis: The voice of reason

By Dwyer Astaphan The following is a compilation of my audio commentaries published on Caribbean News Global (CNG) February 2021. February 24, 2021 In the public...

Dogmatism Run Amuck: The Trudeau government jettisons most of its Venezuelan allies living in Canada...

By Pierre LeBlanc In a Theatre-of-the-Absurd move, the government of Canada has slammed the door shut on its Venezuelan associates currently living in Canada and...

The View from Europe: Vaccine passports may hold the key to tourism’s safe return 

By David Jessop From Russia to Singapore, nations around the world are considering providing citizens who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 with digital immunity certificates...

Trinidad and Tobago’s COVID-19 travel exemption process is demoralising its citizens abroad

By Rachel-Ann Charles In an effort to deal with the COVID-19 epidemic, Trinidad and Tobago closed its borders to everyone but its nationals at midnight on March...

Rivalry in the Guyana Suriname Basin (GSB), the Holy Grail of oil and gas

By Anthony T. Bryan From Trinidad and Tobago, it is about one hour flying time south to Georgetown the capital of the Republic of Guyana...

Government support is vital as countries race to vaccinate

By Vitor Gaspar, Raphael Lam, Paolo Mauro, and Mehdi Raissi The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating in many countries and uncertainty is unusually high. Decisive government actions are necessary to ensure...

Bousquet’s Bulletin: Caribbean History: An endangered subject crying for a rescue mission

By Earl Bousquet Should history should be made compulsory at Caribbean schools? It’s a question I’ve always answered in the affirmative during the many decades I’ve...
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St Kitts – Nevis: In the public interest

By Dwyer Astaphan The old/new Basseterre high school. Public health hazard if it exists. The solar plant (revisited) - Solar Photovoltaic System -  The...

US – Cuba normalization could increase production of COVID-19 vaccines 

By Sir Ronald Sanders If US president, Joe Biden, eases the trade embargo against Cuba, one benefit to developing countries, including the Caribbean, could be...

Why I support vaccination

By Dr Denzil L Douglas As a medical doctor, and indeed a former prime minister who provided political leadership of the PANCAP (Pan Caribbean Partnership)...

The View from Europe: Will the new WTO director-general be able to revive multilateralism?

By David Jessop A few days ago, the Nigerian-American economist, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, was appointed to lead the 164 nation Geneva-based World Trade Organisation (WTO). As...

Guyana should learn from Brazil’s shortfalls in its local content policy

By Arthur Deakin On February 15, the government of Guyana opened a public consultation process for its local content policy. Guyana is set to become...

Yes! Divided we Stand: Why?

By Denys Springer Emphatically, the prime minister of Saint Lucia lacks the understanding that power without principle will inevitably lead to corruption. And as observed...

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