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Chantal Degenerates to Tropical Wave

Above: a graphic of the storm (NWS) By the Caribbean Journal staff Tropical storm Chantal degenerated to a tropical wave after passing over the Dominican Republic and Haiti, according to the US National Hurricane Center. The storm had been a […]

In the Bahamas, Chantal Bethel Prays for Haiti through Art

By Alexander Britell NASSAU – At Nassau’s Vincent D’Aguilar Art Foundation, a gallery that is one of the great new spaces of the quickly-growing Bahamian arts scene, Haitian artist Chantal Bethel is producing “Poto Mitan,” a three-dimensional production of work […]


A Sip of Martinique in Miami

The Caribbean Rum Awards came to Miami on Monday, with an unforgettable evening of some of the finest rums from across the Caribbean and the island of Martinique in particular.  The event, presented by the Martinique Tourism Authority, was anchored […]

Haiti’s Martelly Announces Provisional Electoral Council

Above: Haiti President Michel Martelly By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s long-delayed elections are still far off, but the country took a step toward holding them Tuesday with the publication of the new Provisional Electoral Council. The new council is […]

Can the Caribbean Attract Tourists From the BRICS?

Above: Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell MIAMI — The United States, the United Kingdom and Canada remain the primary source markets for Caribbean tourism — but with the global tourism market getting more […]

Op-Ed: An Open Letter to LIAT

By Gregor Nassief Op-Ed Contributor Dear Directors: Re: Heads must roll I respectfully ask you, on behalf of the people of the Caribbean, and the people that visit the Caribbean, and especially on behalf of the people of Dominica who […]

Haiti Names Electoral Council, Paving Way For Long-Delayed Elections

Above: Port-au-Prince (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff After months of urging by the international community, Haiti’s government has established a transitional college of its Permanent Electoral Council, a move that paves the way for long-awaited legislative elections, according […]

Monaco’s Prince Albert II Visits Haiti to Inaugurate School

Above: Prince Albert II and Haiti President Michel Martelly (Photo: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Monaco’s Prince Albert II visited Port-au-Prince Friday for a one-day trip. The Prince came to Haiti to inaugurate the Prince Albert II of […]

USVI’s Beverly Nicholson-Doty Elected Chair of Caribbean Tourism Organization

Above: St Kitts and Nevis Tourism Minister and outgoing CTO Chair Ricky Skerritt and new CTO leader Beverly Nicholson-Doty By the Caribbean Journal staff The US Virgin Islands and USVI Commissioner of Tourism Beverly Nicholson-Doty have been elected as the […]

Haiti’s Martelly: “It Is Time to Stop Looking For Excuses and Start Working”

Above: Haitian President Michel Martelly with a visiting delegation Friday By the Caribbean Journal staff United Nations economists examined ways for the country to attract investment moving forward, joined in Port-au-Prince by Haitian President Michel Martelly. “It is time to […]


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