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A COMMENTARY By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is a Consultant and former Caribbean Diplomat) This commentary is being written in the first blush of the news that Rex Nettleford has died. A profound and deep sense of loss overcame me, and I have no doubt enveloped many throughout the […]

Dancing to Caribbean Drums: An Appreciation of the life ...


A commentary which highlights among other issues, the current pre-occupation with Caribbean emigration and the how  national concerns impact CARICOM'S free movement of people agenda in the region. Over The course of the Cricket World Cup (CWC) in 2007 my brother received a gift from a guest that stayed at […]

WHERE ARE WE GOING?



Published on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS): CARICOM's concerns regarding the effects of the current global economic crisis on the region are to be conveyed to G-20 Leaders, prior to their summit in London next month, Prime Minister Bruce Golding, confirmed on Monday. Golding was speaking to JIS News […]

CARICOM To Pursue Economic Concerns With G-20 and UN


Why the need for the CRNM? In the mid 1980’s it became clear to the leaders of Caribbean Governments that external trade negotiations were going to be extremely important in helping the region adjust to the challenges of the changing international environment. It was also apparent that these negotiations were […]

Understanding The CRNM: Its Function, Structure And Mandate