COHA in the Public Arena (May 1 – May 5, 2012)

COHA in the Public Arena (May 1 – May 5, 2012)

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On Wednesday, May 2, COHA Director Larry Birns was interviewed by Coyote Radio of Santa Barbara University on the implications of the events at the…

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China vs. Taiwan: Battle for Influence in the Caribbean

China vs. Taiwan: Battle for Influence in the Caribbean

By: Research Fellow W. Alex Sanchez and Research Associate Lynn Tu from the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

China’s projection of influence in some previously unfamiliar regions of the world continues to grow, that much is clear. When it comes to Latin America…

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Barbados Ahead of the Pack as the Most Competitive Country in the Caribbean

Barbados Ahead of the Pack as the Most Competitive Country in the Caribbean

By: COHA Research Associate Melissa Beale

Barbados steps ahead of much of the rest of the Caribbean Basin, including the English-speaking Caribbean islands, in terms of its quality of life. The…

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Source: www.independent.co.uk

An Economy Blinded by the Sun

By: COHA Research Associate Amanda Knarr

It’s a Small World After All As globalization has carried with it a greater degree of potential for economic integration among different nations, the tiny…

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The U.S. Military's Presence in the Greater Caribbean Basin: More a Matter of Trade Strategy and Ideology than Drugs

The U.S. Military’s Presence in the Greater Caribbean Basin: More a Matter of Trade Strategy and Ideology than Drugs

By: COHA Research Fellow Alex Sanchez

Washington’s initiative to have access to at least seven Colombian military facilities has been criticized as an extension of the controversial Plan Colombia and as…

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