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Op-Ed: Nuclear Energy in Jamaica

By Ramesh Sujanani Op-Ed Contributor Last year, the aspect of liquefied natural gas being of uncertain supply, and rapidly increasing in price, was brought to the forefront of the energy supply in Jamaica. Some months later, so-called “clean coal,” was […]

Grenada Gets $1.6 Million Grant from Germany for Green Energy

Above: Grenada (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Germany’s government has agreed to provide just under $1.6 million in funding to support reforms in Grenada’s energy sector. The funding from Germany’s Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building […]

Jamaica to Drill for Oil, Gas in 2013, Considering Nuclear in Future

Above: Minister Philip Paulwell By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica’s Energy Ministry is moving forward with plans to drill for gas and oil in its offshore waters next year, according to Minister Philip Paulwell. The country has already drilled 11 […]

Op-Ed: Liquefied Natural Gas, Nuclear Power and the Environment in Jamaica

By Ramesh Sujanani Op-Ed Contributor There was an article in the Jamaica Gleaner last week describing the choice of an Liquefied Natural Gas plant (Fossil Fuel) for handling up to 460 megawatts over the next three years. We have probably […]

President of Jamaican Senate Resigns

Above: Former Senator Stanley Redwood By the Caribbean Journal staff Reverend Stanley Redwood has resigned as President of Jamaica’s Senate and is planning to move with his family to Canada, he announced this weekend. Redwood had served in the post […]

Marcia Forbes: Branding Cuba

By Marcia Forbes, PhD CJ Contributor A Country in Transition I first visited Havana, Cuba at the end of the 1980s. It was a country in transition, with the “Cold War’” beginning to thaw. That “war,” driven by mighty rhetoric, […]

Interview with Mary Anastasia O’Grady on US Policy in the Americas, China and Haiti

Above: Guatemala’s Otto Perez Molina, Haiti’s Michel Martelly and Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez By Alexander Britell This week, heads of state from around the region will gather in Cartagena, Colombia for the Sixth Summit of the Americas, on the theme of […]

Op-Ed: Why the Caribbean Matters

By Michael W Edghill Op-Ed Contributor When it comes to US foreign policy, most of the focus tends to be on the Middle East and, increasingly, China. There is rarely a cursory glance offered in the direction of Latin America […]


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