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Reforming our taxes, pt. 3
“Tax reform is a once-in-a-generation opportunity.” – Max Baucus In part one of this series, we invited our readers to consider whether we should critically review and reform our tax regime in The Bahamas, particularly in light of record high...
The Caribbean after Chavez
Seventeen countries of the Caribbean face a heightened period of economic uncertainty now that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has died. Twelve of the 17 Caribbean countries are members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). They have become highly r...
Why women are central to U.S. foreign policy
During my first week as the United States’ secretary of state, I had the honor of meeting with a group of courageous women from Burma. Two were former political prisoners, and although they had all endured incredible hardship in their lives, ...
The Second Emancipation and gay Bahamians
In the still fresh second decade of this century there continues to be a fundamental shift in humanity’s moral imagination with regard to respecting the dignity and advancing the equality of gays and lesbians. In this decade and during this centur...
When Haiti hosts CARICOM
I was still in Cap Haitien on February 18, nursing a cold and recuperating from the debauchery of the national carnival. Important business was taking place in Port-au-Prince. Haiti was coming out of its hideout. It was receiving on...
All in the same boat
The discussion about the new normal in the age of prudence and what has been termed an era of austerity has only just begun. As countries across the globe grapple with the new reality of slow economic growth and fiscal challenges the likes of which ...
Reforming our taxes, part 2
“There is no such thing as a good tax.” – Winston Churchill Last week, we invited our readers to consider whether we should now critically review and reform our tax regime in The Bahamas. We observed that, in the last two years...
‘In the Ring’: A commonwealth secretary-general's memoir
• On 26 February, Sir Ronald Sanders was invited to launch “In the Ring”, a Commonwealth memoir written by Sir Donald McKinnon former secretary-general of the Commonwealth (2000-2008), at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London. This article is ...
Envisioning the character of the national university
Values and beliefs are intrinsic to character and guide behaviors or practices. The beliefs and values of The College of The Bahamas, touted as the nation’s premier tertiary educational institution, are stated in the college’s 2009-2019 str...
The dignity and equality of gays and lesbians
Recall the hysteria and hate-drenched anti-gay demonstrations of the previous two decades protesting gay and lesbian visitors cruising to the country to experience our Bahamian hospitality. Some of the gay-bashers invoked the narrative of the destru...
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