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Action needed to address Caribbean cybersecurity
Just over a week ago Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Visa and many more premium providers of global web services temporarily went offline. This was because they had indirectly suffered the effects of a distributed denial of service (DDoS)...
 
 
The setting sun: We have lost our way
On July 9, 1973, six and a half years after the Second Emancipation of majority rule, a jubilant crowd of approximately 50,000 descended on Clifford Park to usher in and to celebrate the first light of dawn of a new Bahamas on July 10, 1973. There w...
 
 
Find your voice
In this life, you need to find your voice. There are steps to doing this. First, take a good look at the world in which you live. Second, take note of the observations that you make. Third, get as much information as you can about what you observe fr...
 
 
The power of the dream
The years had passed so swiftly and the journey ahead promised to be filled with much uncertainty and opportunities all at the same time. They had their whole lives in front of them but were confronted with a tomorrow that was unpredictable with much...
 
 
The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
“The only safe ship in a storm is leadership.” – Faye Wattleton   In the dawning days of October, Hurricane Matthew entered the Bahamian chain of islands as a category three tempest. For the next few days, Matthew pulverized the archipe...
 
 
The obstacles for normalization with Cuba are in the billions
In June of 2015, the United States and Cuba reopened their embassies in their respective countries, re-establishing partial diplomatic relations for the first time in five and a half decades. Full and formal diplomatic relations will have to await se...
 
 
Our ancestors’ strength
Hurricanes have inflicted great damage to The Bahamas. Wayne Neely, who works at the Met Office, in his book “Great Bahamas Hurricane of 1929”, wrote that the September 1866 Hurricane caused 387 lives; the 1899 Hurricane took 334; the July 1926 H...
 
 
Attacks on the ambition, intellect and bodies of women
There are two propositions, one religious and one civil, often voiced about the equality of women, but not fully observed by those expressing the propositions. Many people of faith and church leaders note the radical dignity of women made in the ima...
 
 
What we need in our nation today
• First published January 27, 2016.   We need a crystal clear vision for our country. We need something around which the people of this nation optimistically and enthusiastically rally. Since leadership is about leading people, it is necessa...
 
 
Unraveling the mystery of CCRIF
Just a month ago, very few Bahamians had heard about the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF), otherwise referred to as CCRIF. Alas Hurricane Matthew descended upon our chain of islands with its fury and refused to spare our capital ...
 
 
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