April 24, 2018

Letter to UN & World Governments re-global warning

Nine simple steps will remove “Global Warming” (Project No.12, from S.Patnaik-India) Dear United Nations & World Governments, Out of all, there are simple 9 steps to remove global warming within short period Except royal /expensive/costlier cars, all other cars should be banned, mainly in populated cities (more than 1 million). Because of cars we face […]

The View From Europe: Brexit’s many imponderables

By DAVID JESSOP From Barbados Advocate Many months have passed since this column last addressed the issue of Brexit and what it may mean for the Caribbean and its long-standing relationship with the United Kingdom. This is because the shape of Britain’s future relationship with the EU27 and other international trade partners including the Caribbean […]

Letter to United Nations & World Governments: Slaughtering of cow & buffalo (Project No.10, from S.Patnaik-India)

By S.K.Patnaik Dear United Nations & World Governments, In most of countries following facilities are given to the old age people (senior, senior citizens, old people, older adults, the elderly, elders)> old age home, respite care home, continuous care home, anti-loneliness program, multi service medical centre, mobile medical units, reservation quota in trains, bus sitting […]

OPINION: Simon Bolivar and chemical weapons

From Jolly Green ALBA or ALBA-TCP, formally the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America is an intergovernmental organization based on the idea of the social, political and economic integration of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. A socialist organization which is based in Marxist-Leninist ideals. The name “Bolivarian” refers to the […]

Opinion: Reviving the Caribbean Court of Justice debate

BY STEPHEN VASCIANNIE From Jamaica Observer THE central question is familiar: Which court should we have as the final decision-making power for our disputes — and why? I return to this well-trodden path for three reasons. First, the current situation in the Caribbean has not reached an equilibrium point. Only four states out of 12 […]

Regional pathways to sustainable development

From SDG STORY HIGHLIGHTS The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) released a report on pathways to SDG achievement in the Asia-Pacific region, prior to the 5th Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD). The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) hosted the 30th Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy and released the report, […]

The View from Europe: The new masters of the universe

By David Jessop From Caribbean News Now It is far from easy to separate fact from fiction when it comes to recent allegations about the effect that big data may have had on Caribbean democracy. This is because it is difficult to determine whether the harvesting and use of personal information by Cambridge Analytica, Aggregate […]

Letter to the Editor

Is justice obtainable in the Bahamas against NIB and the Government via a judiciary that is not independent and brazenly, blatantly corrupt? Dear Decent Law Abiding people, advocates of the Rule of Law, Order, Justice and Constitution of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and Fellow Victims. RE: Can Justice be obtained via a exposed corrupt […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: External interference in Caribbean elections is real

By Sir Ronald Sanders From Curacao Chronicle Before getting into the thrust of the serious and threatening matter that lies at the heart of this commentary, I declare that I was an integral part of the management of the campaign of the Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) for the March 21 general election, and […]

Who profits from keeping Gaza on the brink of humanitarian catastrophe?

By Shir Hever From Information Clearing House Keeping Gaza on the verge of collapse keeps international humanitarian aid money flowing to exactly where it benefits Israeli interests. March 09, 2018 “Information Clearing House” – “The Gaza Strip is on the brink of a humanitarian crisis.” Sound familiar? We’ve been hearing about the imminent collapse of […]