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CARICOM's 30th Inter-Sessional Summit Opens With a Packed Agenda in St. Kitts

BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, Feb 25, - Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) open their 30th Intersessional meeting  in St. Kitts today, against the background of political turmoil in Haiti, electoral uncertainty in Guyana, attempts by the US to coerce regime change in neighbouring Venezuela and continued attempts by Europe to blacklist some community member states.
  • Published in CARICOM

Why has the Venezuelan Government Rejected U.S. Food Supplies?

There’s no denying that a serious economic and humanitarian crisis faces Venezuela. Millions of citizens have left the country, and those who have remained have lost considerable weight and have inadequate access to food and medicine. Hyperinflation continues unabated, and, with the Trump administration recently leveling sanctions against the Venezuelan state oil company (PDVSA), the crisis is only intensifying.

Trump’s scheme against Venezuela must be stopped

The U.S. ambassador to Barbados has absolutely no authority to speak about Venezuela whatsoever. If we let her do so, we would be validating the infamous 19th Century Monroe Doctrine, which claimed the whole of the Americas (including the Caribbean) to be the backyard of the United States.
  • Published in Opinion
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