All posts by Sir Ronald Sanders, Expert Contributor

Sir Ronald Sanders is Antigua and Barbuda's Ambassador to the US and the OAS. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Sudies at London University and Massey College, University of Toronto. The views expressed are his own.

What will it take to raise up Haiti?

The international community's insistence that Haiti should have a democratically-elected government is warranted, but so too is their responsibility to rebuild the country.

/ October 7, 2016

Jamaica’s CARICOM Review Commission: Consequences and considerations

In the midst of a fracas between Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, a Commission set up to review Jamaica's position in the Caribbean Community raises concerns

/ July 8, 2016

Brexit – a nightmare for the Caribbean’s relationship with the EU and Britain

With the vote to leave the EU, the Caribbean has lost Britain as an ally in the European Union, and it will fall behind the rest of the world in Britain's new trade treaty negotiations

/ June 26, 2016

The United Nations votes to keep the war on drugs alive

With one vote, the UN General Assembly will help entrench an illegal global drug trade worth billions of dollars

/ April 22, 2016

In Haiti, there is no quick fix after postponed Presidential elections

Calls for Haiti to conclude the second round of a presidential election run-off, while ignoring the irregularities of the first, will do the Haitian people no favours

/ April 15, 2016

The Panama Papers: More innuendo, less fact

Panama has been very strong in its opposition to the OECD, and it is now paying the price

/ April 8, 2016