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A path to constitutional change
• The article is the submission by George A. Smith to the Constitutional Commission on May 29, 2013. Introduction Let me congratulate commissioners for undertaking such an important task at this stage in our beloved nation’s development...
Budget 2013/14: Prudence and national development
The much anticipated budget communication for 2013/14 was presented by Prime Minister Perry G. Christie, minister of finance last week. The initial commentary and feedback on the communication confirmed that all eyes were on the governmen...
The abyss of national blindness
“And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, poet, composer, cultural critic, and classical philologist. He wrote critical texts on religi...
‘Brutal’ talks and the U.S.-Caribbean relationship
Much media coverage was given to the signing on May 28 in Trinidad of a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) by U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden and current chairman of the 15-nation Caribbean Community, Haiti’s President Michael Martell...
Bahamian labor productivity and the demographic challenge
According to a recent Tribune news article, a subset of Bahamians are unemployable due to the absence of job skills and others lack the necessary workplace ethic and attitude. According to the same article, the Inter-American Development Bank c...
Sexism in Bahamian politics
Except for the brief period Dame Dr. Doris Johnson served in an early Cabinet of Sir Lynden Pindling, not a single other woman sat in the Cabinet of The Bahamas during the PLP’s initial quarter of a century rule. For many women, Johnson’s appoin...
Governance, governing and the governed
There is no doubt that we have yet to develop a concept or model of governance that adequately complements our political development and our uniqueness as a people. Since independence, our sense of governance is dictated by the whims of the leaders ...
UNITE to end violence against women
Domestic violence is regarded as a universal phenomenon; a social disease that is not prejudiced to any race, creed, religion, sex, social class, ethnicity or nation. It has a vast impact on all sectors of society and is a topic that is not tou...
The forensic audit
During the past few weeks, a lot has been written about the forensic audit that was conducted by Grant Thornton into various allegations surrounding the former director and chairman at the National Insurance Board. Since then, there has been co...
Legacies of Empire: The good, the bad and the ugly
This commentary is a much shortened version of a paper delivered at a public seminar at London University on May 20 on the legacy of the British Empire in the Caribbean. The legacy of empire in the Caribbean is a mixed one – some aspects are good,...
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