September 28, 2022

Last few days to submit applications for OAS 50% scholarships for engineering professionals in the Caribbean region

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Last few days to submit applications for OAS 50% scholarships for engineering professionals in the Caribbean region 50% scholarships for specialized master’s degrees The deadline for submitting applications is on May 13th  Special conditions for female, and young students between 20 and 30 years old.  The OAS General Secretariat and Structuralia have launched the 12th […]

SANDERS: Reform the OAS or oversee its irrelevance

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By Sir Ronald Sanders From St Kitts Nevis Observer Our world exists today in troubled circumstances, governed by outmoded charters and laws that are no longer fit for purpose and do not respond to human needs.   When most of these Charters were signed seventy or more years ago, more than 70 countries were not […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Wake up and smell the Chow Mein

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By Sir ronald Sanders From The Gleaner, Jamaica A television interviewer asked me if I thought Caribbean countries, and other developing territories, would benefit from the ‘war for influence’ that the European Union (EU) has launched against the People’s Republic of China.  He was referring to the announcement by the EU Commission president, Ursula von […]

SANDERS: Barbados’ Republican status is not a yen for pieces of silver

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From MENAFN By Sir Ronald Sanders Among the most nonsensical statements uttered by a British Parliamentarian and repeated in the British newspaper, The Sunday Times, is that Barbados will become a Republic at the dictation of the Government of the People’s Republic of China. The unvarnished truth is that within the next decade all of […]

SANDERS: Leaders of smaller islands stand up amid climate destruction and unkept promises

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By Sir Ronald Sanders From Jamaica Gleaner COP26 in Glasgow offered no hope to small island states which continue to face destruction and extinction. COP26 was always going to be nothing but a theatrical performance, well-choreographed by the world’s industrialized nations that want to give the impression that they are actually taking strong and enforceable […]

Sanders assumed charge of OAS presidency for the second time

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From Associates Times Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the OAS, Sir Ronald Sanders, has once again assumed the Presidency of the Permanent Council of the OAS Organisation. Antigua and Barbuda: Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the OAS, Sir Ronald Sanders, has once again assumed the Presidency of the Permanent Council of the OAS Organisation. This […]

Professor Sir Hilary Beckles calls on the OAS for coordinated investment in the Caribbean.

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The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica. Thursday, April 15, 2021. — Vice-Chancellor of The University of the West Indies, Professor Hilary Beckles has called on the Organization of American States (OAS) for coordinated, organized global investment in the Caribbean.  Speaking during an open dialogue with Secretary General of the OAS, His Excellency Luis Almagro on April […]

Antigua, SVG nominate Ecuadorian diplomat for OAS secretary general

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By Nelson A. King From Caribbean Life Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the Organisation of American States (OAS), Sir Ronald Sanders, disclosed on Friday that Antigua and Barbuda and St. Vincent and the Grenadines have nominated Ecuadorian diplomat Maria Fernanda Espinosa for the post of Secretary-General of the OAS and that he has submitted […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: OAS should promote systemic change in Haiti not an external agenda

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By Sir Ronald Sanders From Antigua Observer In what is increasingly becoming a pattern of ignoring established procedures and authority in the Organisation of American States (OAS), a delegation went to troubled Haiti on June 19 without any discussion or mandate by the Permanent Council, the organ responsible for making and overseeing policy between General […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: St Vincent on the UN Security Council – More valuable than coin

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By Sir Ronald Sanders From Caribbean News Now Make no mistake about it, the election of St Vincent and the Grenadines – one of the world’s smallest states – to a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is both an important and timely event. The election, primarily by the world’s developing states, […]