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BREXIT 2020: Goodbye UK, Possibilities for CARICOM?

As the UK walks away from the EU I feel a tinge of sadness at how this unnecessary breakup managed to materialise. Having collaborated on behalf of the UK public sector with EU counterparts for many years I look back … Continue reading

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Obama’s Positive Vibrations Blew Through Jamaica

President Obama breezed into Kingston, Jamaica last Wednesday/Thursday. Or as the Jamaica Gleaner put it “1313 minutes in Paradise“. The hype over Obama’s trip was understandably on a scale not seen in Jamaica in my lifetime. The Jamaican government pulled out … Continue reading

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Dominican Republic Court Strips Many of their Citizenship

As a recent ruling by the Dominican Republic (DR) Supreme Court removed the citizen rights of Dominican Republicans born after 1929 to parents of non DR, one wonders – what the dickens is going on in Hispaniola? How can such … Continue reading

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