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The IDB-funded survey speaks volumes, pt. 3
“Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it. They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing,but it’s not one half ...
 
 
President Barack Obama’s end of reign score card
In an op-ed at the beginning of Barack Obama’s second mandate as president of the United States, I put forward some demands expected from the different constituencies of the people of the United States and from the rest of the world. As the second...
 
 
The final push to end extreme poverty
This year is the most important year for global development in recent memory. In July, world leaders will gather in Addis Ababa to discuss how to finance development. In September, heads of state meet at the United Nations to establish the Sustainab...
 
 
Christie’s indecisiveness and dysfunction wreaking havoc at BEC
For scores of residents of New Providence, the hellish reality of chronic electricity outages and blackouts continues, with no end in sight. Last weekend was a nightmare for many with the lights going off multiple times each day, and the week ahead a...
 
 
Establishing an environmental monitoring program for public health and safety
A reactionary approach to pollution events leaves the public and natural resources vulnerable to adverse impacts. Furthermore, the delayed release of information regarding human health can lead to medical conditions that would have otherwise been avo...
 
 
Black Tuesday: A luta continua
Fifty years ago, the status quo in Bahamian politics was challenged by a group of ordinary young men and women who worked together to achieve the extraordinary. They set out to bring about much-needed change in the way things were done by confronting...
 
 
The IDB-funded survey speaks volumes – part 2
“Public opinion polls are rather like children in a garden, digging things up all the time to see how they are growing.” – J.B. Priestl Last week, we reviewed a few of the topics that were included in the survey results that emanated from a ma...
 
 
Teasing CARICOM, testing Cuba, trolling China
It was a curious thing to see Jamaicans hailing Barack Obama recently, more like a returning “son of the soil” than a visiting president of the United States. Even more curious was seeing CARICOM leaders jostle like UWI students for a photo op. ...
 
 
Happy talk, hard bargaining
Contrary to what some might say, the Summit of the Americas was a success for President Barack Obama. His steps towards the restoration of official relations with Cuba garnered applause from across Latin America, and praise from President Raúl Castr...
 
 
Christie’s and the PLP’s ‘Wonderland of make-believe and fantasy’
Even before the results of the May 7, 2012 general election, there were glaring signs that the election of the Perry Christie-led PLP would be another dark adventure down the proverbial rabbit hole popularized in Charles Lutwidge Dodgson’s (writing...
 
 
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