Tag: US-Caribbean relations

What should the Caribbean’s agenda be in Obama’s final months?

Caribbean countries need to actively push their key national interests now, rather than pin their hopes on the vision of a new President doing it for them

/ February 17, 2016

Obama’s clean power plan: Change for the US, Hope for the Caribbean

President Obama has announced an ambitious plan to cut emissions in the United States, but his opponents are already rallying against it

/ August 25, 2015

Why I want to end military aid to the Dominican Republic, a country I love

The real tragedy of the Dominican High Court’s decision to de-nationalize tens of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent is that it takes an undercurrent of racial and cultural prejudice and formalizes it as state policy.

/ August 20, 2015

Haitians march to commemorate and protest foreign occupation

On the 100th anniversary of the US invasion of Haiti, demonstrators protested against MINUSTAH and a history of foreign interference

/ July 28, 2015

100 years of American Occupation in Haiti

At the time, it was called “America’s least successful experiment in imperialism.” But one hundred years later, it now seems to be one of America's most enduring.

/ July 28, 2015