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Flashback: Trump: His Way

That the President of the United States of America, Donald John Trump chose the song My Way, immortalised by Frank Sinatra, as the choice for his inaugural presidential twirl, speaks volumes.

26 Mar, 2019

BREXIT: THE OTs WATCH AND WAIT

A call by the Chief Minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, that the UK should revoke Article 50 to leave the European Union is worthy of attention.

22 Mar, 2019

MONTSERRAT’S ST PATRICK’S FESTIVAL: A question of priorities

Montserrat is currently caught up in the revelry of festivity and the harsh reality of its history as priorities compete for prominence during its now-annual popular March cultural festival.

15 Mar, 2019

OVERSEAS TERRITORIES NEED TO RESET THEIR OWN RELATIONSHIPS

Across the Caribbean Overseas Territories especially, there's rejection of a recommendation by the British parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee for British citizens to have the right to vote and hold elected office in the islands.

11 Mar, 2019

Jackson child sex abuse opinion split

People in the Cayman Islands, like in everywhere worldwide, are divided on whether he was a paedophile or not, many loyalties split between his musical genius and questionable behaviour with young boys.

08 Mar, 2019

CURACAO ON VENEZUELA’S FRONTLINE

Just a few days ago, a shipment of aid bound for Venezuela via Curacao, was blocked by the local government in Willemstad, the island’s capital.

26 Feb, 2019

ALL EYES ON GUYANA

Curiously Guyana was one of the Caribbean countries which was a beneficiary of the Venezuelan Chavez-era PetroCaribe oil concessions, a diplomatic outreach oiled by, well…oil.

13 Feb, 2019

COLONY OR FAMILY?

A row between the British government and the European Union over Gibraltar has thrown into stark relief the relationship - or the perception thereof - between the UK and the Overseas Territories (OTs).

06 Feb, 2019

Venezuela’s crisis; a Caribbean concern

With the rapidly escalating crisis showing only signs of worsening, global powers have been digging in their heels on both sides of the Venezuelan political and ideological divide.

18 Jan, 2019

UK TO RULE CARIBBEAN WAVES AGAIN?

A recent article circulating in British press suggesting that the UK government is looking at setting up naval bases in the Caribbean post-Brexit has caused a wave of reaction in one of the possible locations hinted at.

09 Jan, 2019
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