Caribbean Archive

Blog, Caribbean, Economics, Southern Africa

The Hoover Effect

We are bound by our confidentially agreement with our clients,' disclosed a Barclays official based in the Seychelles. 'No other branches can access our...
Americas, Blog, Caribbean, Perspectives

Gangs in the Caribbean

The complication surrounding the issue of gang violence already starts with a heated debate on how to define a gang. There is...

Americas, Blog, Caribbean

Cuba After Fidel

The announcement at the end of 2007 that Fidel Castro might not seek to continue as president of Cuba was heralded as the mark...

Americas, Blog, Caribbean, Global Notebook, Human Rights, Politics, Security

Failing Grade

Gang warfare and violence have plagued Haiti since the US-approved exile of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and the new interim government seems to be...

26(2) Summer 2004, Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Central America, Economics, Features, Human Rights, South America

Laws of Labor: Core Labor Standards and Global Trade

Domestic policies to implement workers’ rights have trade-offs with international trade’s impact on labor markets. It is important to consider that labor markets and...

26(2) Summer 2004, Americas, Caribbean, Economics, Europe, Reviews

Yes We Sell No Bananas

As an account of an important battle for space in the global economy, Banana Wars: The Price of Free Trade, A Caribbean Perspective describes...