Trinidad and Tobago News
Stephen Kangal: Balancing the Scales of Reparatory Justice
I regard myself as an objective and detached observer of the legitimate current claim being prosecuted across the Caribbean for European nations that participated in the infamous Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade to pay reparations to the descendants of those who suffered this inhumanity in the hands of the slave-masters/traders and tribal chiefs in ... (more)
Caribbean News Now!
Commentary: Black is the new green
By Derrick Miller Our Disconnect: Who could imagine the US making a tremendous pivot into Africa's continent, expanding its economic reach? Often when we conceptualize any US moves into the African region, poverty, AIDS, hunger, refugees, genocide and political turmoil, and recently Ebola, or Ancestor.com, an online database where numbers of people ... (more)
Constitution Reform Proposal: A Cynical Shocker
Come tomorrow, Parliament will begin discussing a number of constitutional proposals which have been featured on the 2010 manifesto of the People's Partnership.
Lincoln Daily News
Senior Services of Central Illinois announces 2015 extended trips
Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler! New Orleans lingers on the threshold between the Old World and the New, between history and legend.
Success in emerging markets requires authentic leadership
My experience as an investment advisor working in emerging and frontier countries, including Africa and the Caribbean, is littered with examples of how our perceptions and values powerfully shape our success as business leaders in a global environment.
Amazon tour that offers an insight into the life of the Kaxinawa
From a dramatic storm cell in the US, to a swing at the End Of The World: The 10 incredible travel photos voted the best on earth From inflatable 'bubble' airports to 'Hobbit' Caribbean hotels... the eco-designs that show how we will travel in the future 'They love us!' Colburn Idiots Abroad take the US by storm with hilarious video antics... as ... (more)
Caribbean News Now!
US Coast Guard cutter returns home following deployment in the Caribbean
A Haitian migrant disembarks the Coast Guard cutter Confidence during a repatriation of 36 Haitian migrants in Cap Haitian, Haiti, on July 18, 2014.