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JAMAICA | Mark Golding on PNP's position on Crime and Violence

HOPEWELL, March 20, 2021 - It is said that ‘hell has no fury like a woman scorned,’ but the fury which emanated from prime minister Andrew Holness as he made his contribution to the budget debate in parliament on Tuesday, in relation to the PNP’s position on the use of the state of emergency as a primary tool in Jamaica’s crime-fighting arsenal, easily eclipsed, and even surpassed that of  the proverbial scorned woman.

JAMAICA | Mark Golding on PNP's position on Crime and Violence

An approach to Healing Guyana's Socio-Political and Economic Ills [Part I ]

MIAMI,  Florida, February 9, 2021 - Consider 1: “It should be borne in mind that there is nothing more difficult to arrange, more doubtful of success, and more dangerous to carry through than initiating changes in a state’s constitution. The innovator makes enemies of all those who prospered under the old order …” Machiavelli: “The Prince”. Manuscript: 1510, published 1532. Consider 2: “Society, unlike biochemical processes, does not escape human influences. Man is what brings society into being.” Frantz Fanon: “Peau noire, masques blancs” or “Black skin, white masks”. Published 1952.

An approach to Healing Guyana's Socio-Political and Economic Ills [Part I ]

COMMENTARY | CARICOM’S Great Fight Back

David Comissiong, Barbados' Ambassador to CARICOM - Monday, January 25th, 2021 - Our Caribbean Community (CARICOM) entered the new year of 2021 facing the greatest challenge in the organization’s 47 years of existence : namely, the COVID-19 pandemic and the massive economic and social dislocation that the pandemic has inflicted upon our region.

COMMENTARY | CARICOM’S Great Fight Back
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