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‘A very Canadian coup’

By Pierre LeBlanc Former Canadian foreign affairs minister and now deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland has become an internationally recognized practitioner of the soft coup...

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...

Abortion is a woman’s right – legalize it

By Sir Ronald Sanders The right of women in the United States to have an abortion, which has existed for 49 years, has now become...

A beautiful soul

By Indranie Deolall Earlier this month, the talented Guyanese-born 27-year-old fashion designer and stylist, Anthony Singh was just hoping to find a puppy, asking his...

IASP calls for global decriminalization of suicide

By Annan Boodram – The Caribbean Voice The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) earlier this year, made a call for the global decriminalization of...

The coronavirus pandemic and thoughts about planet earth

By Wellington C Ramos The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on many families throughout the world. The biggest fear for many is that...

Bank of England bank rate

Posted by: Paul Butcher - Actuary The Bank of England’s (BoE) main role is to maintain monetary stability and oversee the work of financial functions...

Building a more peaceful, stable future for the Libyan people

- UN Security Council briefing on Libya, January 24, 2022. By Ambassador James Kariuki I would like to thank under-secretary-general DiCarlo and Ms Saudi for briefing...

Grenadians disobeyed the law and celebrate Jab Jab mas’ culture

By Hudson George Grenadians disobeyed the law and celebrated Carnival on August 9 -10, 2021. Their defiance shows that people have power and they can...

Do not let your allegiance to a political party drive you to animosity

- Respect the opinion of others and stop letting politics divide us! By Drexwell Seymour In most countries, there are two main political parties and the...

Democracy too precious in CARICOM not to defend it abroad

By Sir Ronald Sanders More commonality was shown by CARICOM countries in a vote on Tuesday, June 15 at the Organization of American States (OAS)...

A call for fathers to step-up to the plate

By Charlton McFarlane Ensure your name is on your child’s birth certificate As we celebrate and honour our fathers in our society, we are reminded of...

Addressing sexual abuse

By Annan Boodram, The Caribbean Voice An estimated 7.9 percent of men and 19.7 percent of women globally experience sexual abuse prior to the age...

The pursuit for constitutional reform in St Lucia

In the light of Saint Lucia's elections ‘peaceful and transparent’, Commonwealth report, the executive summary and conclusions make for interesting reading. Moreover, with a two-thirds...

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