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Debating the Caribbean Court of Justice

  • 12 Dec, 2018
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The Caribbean Court of Justice, located in Trinidad and Tobago, was established in February 2001 as the region’s judicial tribunal but...

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Public Registry and the Issue of Independence

  • 05 Dec, 2018
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The recent demand of the British Government that their overseas territories put in place Company registers of those with significant control...

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Primary and Secondary School Spelling Bees Create A Buzz

  • 03 Dec, 2018
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Cayla Ebanks from Bodden Town Primary School and Jemma Watson from John Gray High School were officially crowned the best primary and second...

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Indices of Good Governance

  • 28 Nov, 2018
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Discussion about good governance, what it is and how it can measured has been ongoing for decades and has been made more robust by the empir...

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Liberal Education, the University and the Truly Educated Person

  • 20 Nov, 2018
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It is quite fashionable for the new student, just entering university, to have the view that making lots of money is the imperative of educa...

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Public Registry and the Issue of Independence

  • 14 Nov, 2018
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The recent demand of the British Government that their overseas territories put in place Company registers of those with significant control...

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The Advantages of the Associate Degree

  • 07 Nov, 2018
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For many students leaving high school and academically qualified to continue further studies, one of their choices is to pursue a UCCI Assoc...

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Saving Democracy: Political Party Funding- Especially Campaign Finance Reforms

  • 31 Oct, 2018
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There are many attributes of Caribbean democracies that must be celebrated. Countries in the Anglophone Caribbean have largely held to th...

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Raking the UWI Regionally and Internationally

  • 24 Oct, 2018
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Readers of this column might have followed the recent announcements by our regional university, the University of the West Indies, that it h...

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Why Corruption Matters

  • 10 Oct, 2018
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There is no doubt that corruption is a major hindrance to development. Olga Nazario, in his report on ‘A Strategy against Corruptio...

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