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My sincere hope
In this last election, I had a vantage point quite different from the one I’d had in the previous four elections. For the first time in 25 years, I was not a frontline, active, public, partisan political promoter. Though I voted this election – a...
 
 
Jamaica-Dominican Republic accord should give pause for thought in CARICOM
A few days ago, the prime minister of Jamaica, Andrew Holness, and the president of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, agreed to work towards a closer relationship. Beyond the widely-reported desire of both nations to increase trade and investme...
 
 
Hand in hand to create a better tomorrow for China-Bahamas relations
Distance cannot separate true friends who feel so close even though they are thousands of miles apart. Although China and The Bahamas are separated by vast oceans, the long-lasting exchanges and profound friendship allow us to be neighbors across the...
 
 
Negative aspects of a lopsided majority government
“Elections are won by men and women chiefly because most people vote against somebody rather than for somebody.” – Franklin Pierce Adams   The general election of 2017 is now history. The people have spoken loudly and decisively. This we...
 
 
Haiti’s lifelong tragedy continues to unfold
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has been advised to end, by January 2018, temporary protection enjoyed by over 50,000 Haitians originally allowed to seek refuge in the USA following a series of natural disasters that effectively crippled the...
 
 
Can Caribbean governments defend their borders alone?
The dangers of cyber threats in the Caribbean continue to evolve and spike at a rate never seen before. As the telecoms providers in the Caribbean seek opportunities to increase their revenues through increased internet penetration across the region,...
 
 
Christie’s tragic political end and the PLP’s decimation
In his resignation statement as PLP leader former Prime Minister Perry Christie noted: “I also accept without reservation, that the best traditions of our democracy, no less the impulses of my own conscience and value-system, dictate that I resign ...
 
 
The government’s new task ahead
Congratulations to Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, and his team of appointed Cabinet ministers and members of Parliament elect. They won a short, but bruising campaign, in part because the people were angry with the PLP as the government, and in part b...
 
 
Why the concerns of Caribbean youth matter
In much of the world, young people feel economically marginalized, politically alienated and in a struggle against insecurity and inequity. In the Caribbean, it is little different. Lack of opportunity, the absence of generational change, high level...
 
 
Positive perspectives of the 2017 election
“We observe today not a victory of party but a celebration of freedom.” – President John F. Kennedy   The general election of 2017 is now history. The people have spoken and spoken loudly and decisively. In about 10 hours, Bahamians all ...
 
 
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