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The World Trade Organization and The Bahamas
The minister responsible for financial services and trade, Ryan Pinder, resigned his post as minister to take up a private post. This leaves his ministry without a minister. In addition, just prior to his resignation, the director of his ministry, wa...
 
 
A common loftier goal
• First published March 22, 2012  The words of our national anthem written by the late Timothy Gibson urge us as Bahamians to march together to a common loftier goal. The importance of a common purpose to nation building is further highlight...
 
 
Economic empowerment — part 2
“It turns out that advancing equal opportunity and economic empowerment is both morally right and good economics, because discrimination, poverty and ignorance restrict growth, while investments in education, infrastructure and scientific and techn...
 
 
The BNCC: the courage of common sense
The Bahamas National Citizens Coalition (BNCC) published in one of the local dailies a 25-year development plan for The Bahamas. This plan was published, almost simultaneously, with the national development plan launched by the government of The Baha...
 
 
Elections on hold in Haiti: stability versus democracy
Democracy in Haiti is again at risk, as a fierce political battle has erupted, preventing the scheduling of new elections. The United Nations (UN), the Organization of American States (OAS), along with the US and French governments have all called fo...
 
 
The need for immigration reform in the United States
When United States President Barack Obama first got elected he said that one of his top priority items would be immigration reform. The millions of people who have paid fees to be processed so they can obtain their permanent residence or citizenship,...
 
 
Crime and the Bahamian society
The spate of crime in general and violent crime in particular in our country has been driven to a point where some of us have come to accept this ill as normality. As we see and hear about our fellow Bahamians being killed as trees being felled from ...
 
 
Economic empowerment – part 1
“For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives and the dream shall never die.”– Edward M. Kennedy One of the greatest challenges facing The Bahamas in the 21st century continues be t...
 
 
Dinner in White in Haiti
Haiti is one of the least forums on earth I would expect an extravagant success of the Dinner in White phenomenon. With the majority of its population living in extreme poverty, I would imagine that this movement that spans across the globe would not...
 
 
The post of Commonwealth secretary general
During the week of November 23, articles by three columnists, David Jessop, Rickey Singh, and Kayode Soyinka have appeared in various sections of the Caribbean media on the subject of the region’s bid to secure the post of Commonwealth secretary ge...
 
 
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