Replacing the Queen: Does a Name Change Make Sense for a Cash-Strapped Jamaica?

In 1961, when Jamaica seceded from the West Indian Federation, many believed what turned out to be the short-lived conglomeration

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Coming Together To Strike Out On Their Own? Challenges, Change and Colonial Legacy in the Caribbean

On July 4, 2012, the controversial President of Suriname and outgoing chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) H.E. Desiré Delano

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London and Quito Navigate Uncertain Waters in the Julian Assange Quandary

Yesterday morning the Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño announced that Quito would grant political Asylum to Julian Assange, the founder

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Re: “Argentina Says It Will Sue Falklands Oil Companies”

Dear Editor, Your June 4 article, “Argentina Says It Will Sue Falklands Oil Companies,” fails to accurately portray the United

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COHA Aide-mémoire: Falklands Fever Not Likely to Turn into War

In a speech on February 7 highlighting steadily escalating Anglo-Argentine tensions, the explosive issue of the Falkland Islands was the

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