Friday, April 3, 2020

Improving the fortunes of LIAT will be a tall order

With all the pleasantries and the compliments having been showered on Owen Arthur, the former Barbados Prime Minister, on his elevation to the Chairmanship...

Masquerade by Venezuelan Academics to avoid rule of law

By Sir Ronald Sanders My less than 1,000 words commentary, on the case before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) between Guyana and Venezuela, provoked...

Hypocrisy unmasked at the OAS

By Sir Ronald Sanders If candidates were to get a prize for making the best case for why they are best suited to be Secretary-General...

The Trump card in Venezuela crisis

By Sir Ronald Sanders When is a failed policy recognised as a failure and is abandoned for a new approach? That was the question that...

Lies in the OAS contest: sifting the wheat from the chaff

By Sir Ronald Sanders If ever there was a time in global politics when governments did not indulge in deliberately and maliciously running smear campaigns...

‘Unnecessary noise’ by Mottley on Pompeo talks

Foreign Minister of St Kitts and Nevis Mark Brantley has dismissed as “unnecessary noise” the recent position taken by Caribbean Community (CARICOM) chairman, Barbados...

Charting a course forward for LIAT

Ever since the news broke that Owen Arthur, the former Prime Minister of Barbados, will be the new Chairman of LIAT, there is an...

Why CARICOM had no national for OAS top job

By Sir Ronald Sanders Readers of Barbados newspapers were exposed recently to the views of John Beale, one of the country’s former Ambassadors to the...

Cholera in Haiti: Gone but not forgotten

By Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, Director, Pan American Health Organization The cholera outbreak that began in Haiti in October 2010 caused some 820,000 cases and...

Are you a time saver or a time waster?

We are a planet of time-saving and time-wasting fanatics. Remember the tale about the race between the tortoise and the hare? While the arrogant...
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