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For the love of money

By Indranie Deolall When the Jet-Blue flight B6 1966 landed at the John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) International Airport, in Queens, the tall, 36-year-old Guyanese,...

The arrogance of China: Part 2

By Denys Springer Following the preface in part one; I now come to my pet subject and the focus on Taiwan, a country I have...

A tale of Guyanese finches

For years, US authorities have been dealing with an unexpected influx of illegal Guyanese immigrants, the sad, unwilling and helpless victims of an organised...

Africa and the UK: Priorities for engagement in 2022

By Vicky Ford By 2050, it is predicted that 1 in 4 people on this planet will live in the continent of Africa – so...

Russia is violating International Humanitarian Law: UK statement to OSCE Special Permanent Council

 OSCE Special Permanent Council, Vienna Delivered on 9 August 2022 By Deirdre Brown UK Deputy Head of Delegation Deirdre Brown condemns Russia’s violation...

Why Bangladesh won’t fall into crisis like Sri Lanka, Pakistan?

By Mehjabin Bhanu The South Asian island nation of Sri Lanka is facing the challenge of the worst economic recession in history. Sri Lanka’s economy...

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...

Pick up your Bible again

By Akilah Holder Colin Robinson...well I almost died with laughter about two Sundays ago when I put on my laptop, visited the Trinidad Newsday's webpage...

Fire juggling in the energy sector: Part 2

By Dr Lorraine Sobers Last week we looked at the “fire juggling act” between renewable energy development and natural gas development with a regional outlook....

American duplicity on the ‘One China Policy’: Part 2

By Denys Springer What we are now beginning to see is a fightback; a dislike and hatred for Chinese people who treat the natives as...

Assessing Taiwan’s strategic energy stockpiles

By Jordan McGillis and Patrick Yu Energy policy is and will continue to be a contentious issue in Taiwan’s competitive politics. The Democratic Progressive Party...

The View from Europe: A unique opportunity to reset the relationship with the cruise...

By David Jessop Even at the best of times, the cruise lines are controversial Caribbean partners, sharply dividing opinion between happy travellers, citizens, hoteliers, environmentalists,...

Strong and growing support for a successful IDA20

Remarks by World Bank Group President David Malpass at the 2021 Annual Meetings. By David Malpass WASHINGTON, USA - I’ve already participated in meetings with the...

The imperative of an economic growth and transformation plan for St Lucia: Part 1

 - Feature Address on Economic Growth and the Thinking of Sir Arthur Lewis Delivered at the Wreath Laying Ceremony, Nobel Laureate Week Morne Fortune,...

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