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Op-Ed: The Five Pieces of Haiti’s Puzzle

By Joshua Paul, MD Op-Ed Contributor In the wake of Haiti’s devastating earthquake of January 2010, scores of NGOs, charities and disaster experts flocked to the country in a valiant effort to conquer the chaos. Former United States President Bill […]

Ozzie Guillen: Ignorance or Arrogance?

Above: Marlins Park in Miami’s Little Havana By Dr Andy Gomez Op-Ed Contributor For the last couple of weeks, it has been a bit tough for the Cuban-American community in South Florida. First, it was the Pope’s visit to Cuba, […]

Forbes: Telling the Caribbean’s Stories

By Marcia Forbes, PhD CJ Contributor Books Explode in Jamaica! Last year saw an explosion of book publishing in Jamaica. It seemed as if every week a newly-published book by a Jamaican author was being launched. This delightful explosion continues […]

Durandis: As Garry Conille Exits, Haiti Heads Toward a Fish-Tail Ending

Above: Garry Conille at the installation of his cabinet (Photo: OP) By Ilio Durandis CJ Contributor Early on in life, I was taught one thing about fish: don’t mess with the tail. In Haiti, the saying of “queue poisson” is […]

Op-Ed: 50 Years and Sovereignty

Above: the Middlesex Guildhall in London By Jeffrey Foreman Op-Ed Contributor This year is a historic one in the region. In August, Jamaica, then Trinidad and Tobago will mark 50 years as independent nations. These two countries were the first […]

The Caribbean Year in Review

For the Caribbean, it was the Year of the Vote. By year’s end, five countries, Jamaica, Guyana, St Lucia and Haiti and the British Virgin Islands, will have chosen new leadership, with Jamaicans headed to the polls on Thursday. It […]

Barbados Urges Attention to Labour Laws in Holiday Season

By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbadians are being urged to pay attention to labour laws as Christmas approaches, according to Labour Officer Yvette Walcott-Dennis. “The Labour Department has recognised that the holiday season is not only about good cheer but […]

Grenada Seeks Private Sector Backing for Tourism Industry

By the Caribbean Journal staff The banking industry and other members of the private sector in Grenada are being urged to provide more financial support in the development of tourism in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The support is especially […]

Ron Daniels Talks Haiti

Above: the Sans Souci Palace in Haiti (UN Photo/Victoria Hazou) By Alexander Britell Dr Ron Daniels is the President of the Institute of the Black World and the Founder of the Haiti Support Project, an organization that has been working […]

Op-Ed: Developing the Right Small Business Act for the Bahamas

Above: Bay Street in Nassau (CJ Photo) By Mark A Turnquest Op-Ed Contributor After my organization hosted the country’s first Small Business Summit in 2009, it was evident that the Bahamas needed a national strategic plan for the development of […]

Op-Ed: Ilio Durandis: Is Haiti Really Open for Business?

Above: UN Humanitarian Chief Valerie Amos and Haitian President Michel Martelly (UN Photo/Marco Dormino) By Ilio Durandis At least since 2009, Haitian politicians have taken deep pride in saying that Haiti is open for business. I remember back in the […]

Caribbean Talks Agriculture in Dominica

Above: CARICOM SG and Dominican native Irwin LaRocque in Roseau for talks (Photo: CARICOM) By the Caribbean Journal staff High-level talks have begun in Dominica at the Climate Change and Science Technology Workshop during the 10th Caribbean Week of Agriculture […]


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