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The View from Europe: Can mineral extraction ever be environmentally acceptable?

By David Jessop In August, the price of gold reached a record high of US$2,073 per ounce. It did so as investors concerned about the...

Guyana needs clarity on its local content situation

By Arthur Deakin On September 30, Guyana's new minister of natural resources, Vickram Bharrat, met with the advisory panel on local content. The government’s goal...

Homo Sapiens: Really?

By G. A. Dwyer Astaphan Modern man is known as Homo Sapiens. “Homo” means human and “sapiens” is wise. We are said to be the...

A blatant attack on the rule of law

By Denys Springer On September 29, 2020, sitting in my living room trying to comprehend what is happening in this country and how long the...

For whom the bells toll

By Denys Springer As I ponder on the COVID-19 (Prevention and Control) Bill, I must point out that it is not about party but saving...

Big business as usual

By Indranie Deolall A powerful hunter constantly on the prowl for prey of opportunity, the silvery sabre-toothed species is famous for its distinctive lengthy fangs...

Agility will be even more important in the new economic landscape

By Patrick Hagarty Your business will need to adapt to the new normal as the Canadian economy gradually reopens during the COVID-19 pandemic. After managing your business through the...

STAR intervention program brings out the best in RGPF

By Dr Neals J. Chitan Although the word “Enforcement” is internationally known to be synonymous with policing, members of the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF)...

The absent segment to ‘Spain and Britain ruined Belize’s future

By Wellington C. Ramos In the article that was written by Alejandro Vernon ‘Spain and Britain ruined Belize’s future’, the writer made one important point...

CARICOM could soon have a new energy champion

By Arthur Deakin Within 24 hours, Mike Pompeo made history by becoming the first US Secretary of State to visit Guyana and Suriname. He arrived...

Help break the chain: Don’t become a channel for disinformation

By Alejandro Delgado In Latin America and the Caribbean, we are all familiar with stories that sound a bit too salacious to be true. However,...

Creating more and better job: The challenge of the hour in Latin America

By Carlos Felipe Jaramillo Latin America is the region most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the world, with a health impact as strong as that...

The View from Europe: Washington consolidates it position in the Caribbean

By David Jessop Speaking recently at Bocas Lit Fest, Jamaica’s former prime minister, P J Patterson, observed that in recent years there had been a...

The spineless civil society

By Denys Springer Aneurin Bevan one said and I now say openly using his words “the worst thing I can say about democracy is that...

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