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Crisis of leadership, part 4
“The man in distress is my brother...my sister.Irrespective of where he was born, I must hear the cry."– Rev. Dr. R.E. Cooper, Sr.   In the first three installments of this series on crisis of leadership, we observed that, notwithstanding ...
 
 
Stars, stripes and status quo: U.S. flag raised in Havana
On January 3, 1961, three United States marines stepped outside the Cuban Embassy in Havana to lower the American flag. This act carried momentous implications. The flag was never raised again. Earlier that day, President Dwight Eisenhower officially...
 
 
The creative community and Baha Mar
You see, I think that art is the most powerful thing we have in this country. When I took the job 18 months ago to be creative art director, I was charged to create, design, curate and operate a visual art program for Baha Mar. The opportunity was ...
 
 
The curious and conflicted moral crusade of Damian Gomez
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez is stylizing himself as a defender of public virtue and ethics in politics. He has lacerated the political class for corruption and an unwillingness to tackle the issue. He advised of what he deems as...
 
 
Will Cuba’s gain cause the region pain?
One of the Caribbean tourism industry’s greatest concerns may be about to materialize: U.S. citizens being allowed to travel to Cuba on an individual basis. At present it is only possible for most U.S. passport holders to visit Cuba for one of 12 ...
 
 
Bob Marley’s ‘War’ and the state of the nation
Our discussions and arguments have taken on a tenor of late that suggests that our tolerance as a people is running thin. We have become sensitive and more easily irritated with the tendency to seek war rather than peace. The daily news reports are b...
 
 
Crisis of leadership – part 3
“The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been.” – Henry A. Kissinger   In the first two installments of this series on a crisis of leadership, we observed that, notwithstanding the enormous ...
 
 
The View from Europe: Will Cuba’s gain cause the region pain?
One of the Caribbean tourism industry’s greatest concerns may be about to materialize: U.S. citizens being allowed to travel to Cuba on an individual basis. At present it is only possible for most U.S. passport holders to visit Cuba for one of twe...
 
 
The blockade is ending, what do we do?
As the walls come tumbling down, suspicions remain, but this hemisphere is slowly moving into a new phase of normalcy. Cuba, which has been open for years to most other economies, except the U.S., last week reopened the American Embassy in Havana wi...
 
 
PLP’s descent into insatiable greed
Victimization is an evil I put on par with corruption in high places. Neither will be tolerated under an administration headed by Perry Christie. Of that you can be assured. – Perry Gladstone Christie If a defining test of his leadership was to...
 
 
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