Ralph Gonsalves speaks on the free movement of CARICOM nationals

Freedom of movement within the CSME gives life and meaning to regional integration, argues Vincentian Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves

/ June 18, 2014

Antigua inks $2bn tourism development deal with Chinese investors

One day after being sworn in as Prime Minister of Antigua & Barbuda, Gaston Browne has inked a Memorandum of Agreement with Chinese investors, Yida International, for an EC$2 billion/US$740 million mixed-use tourism project.

/ June 15, 2014

Does Jamaica need CARICOM?

Dr. Franklin Johnston, a political advisor to Jamaica's education minister, thinks that CARICOM is pointless for Jamaica, but his analysis is problematic

/ June 12, 2014

Moody’s hits Barbados with triple-notch downgrade

Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded Barbados’ government bond rating by three notches to B3 from Ba3, while maintaining its negative outlook on the island.

/ June 3, 2014

Bahamas and the WTO: Where does the Caribbean fall in US foreign policy?

US government representatives have told the Bahamas government that it must drop “all duties” on US products entering the country as a condition of being admitted to membership of the World Trade Organisation

/ April 17, 2014

Beyond Kyoto: The importance of the Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change

Climate change will soon become a bigger security threat to humanity than that of nuclear proliferation, and it has taken a long time for the international political  community to realize that climate change is real, and that man is largely...

/ December 7, 2009