David Jessop

Caribbean urgently  needs integrated tourism development programme

Caribbean urgently needs integrated tourism development programme

Thirty years after Grenada the region’s relationship with the US is very different

Thirty years after Grenada the region’s relationship with the US is very different

The tribalism of Caribbean party politics holds less and less appeal to newer generations

The tribalism of Caribbean party politics holds less and less appeal to newer generations

Russian interest in the Caribbean is growing

Russian interest in the Caribbean is growing

Many nations are lost, leaderless and haemorrhaging their brightest young people

Many nations are lost, leaderless and haemorrhaging their brightest young people

The Caribbean lacks established procedures to address damage to a nation’s image

Governments see their only option as welcoming foreign investment

Governments see their only option as welcoming foreign investment

There is no regional private-sector entity

There is no regional private-sector entity

The Caribbean too needs to consider what is happening in Syria

The Caribbean too needs to consider what is happening in Syria

An interesting development in the US Commerce committee

An interesting development in the US Commerce committee

Uruguay’s marijuana experiment should not be seen as relevant to the Caribbean

Uruguay’s marijuana experiment should not be seen as relevant to the Caribbean

In the Caribbean the concept of national interest scarcely exists

In the Caribbean the concept of national interest scarcely exists

Focus on the fisheries sector is long overdue

Focus on the fisheries sector is long overdue

Limiting air, maritime carbon emissions will affect Caribbean tourism

Limiting air, maritime carbon emissions will affect Caribbean tourism

Global tax structures are likely to change

Global tax structures are likely to change

The death of the Doha Round will be a mixed blessing for the Caribbean

The death of the Doha Round will be a mixed blessing for the Caribbean

The Caribbean should be doing more to encourage recognition of its climate change case

The Caribbean should be doing more to encourage recognition of its climate change case

Slight overall increase  in remittances in 2012

Slight overall increase in remittances in 2012

Oblivion for Cotonou?

Oblivion for Cotonou?

In less than 10 years Caribbean sugar may cease to enter the European market

In less than 10 years Caribbean sugar may cease to enter the European market

Two encounters: auguries for the future

Two encounters: auguries for the future

Taxing tourism degrades  competitiveness of the industry

Taxing tourism degrades competitiveness of the industry

Europe is changing at a pace which has not yet been matched by the Caribbean’s response

A Caribbean LinkedIn?

A Caribbean LinkedIn?

The first skirmish in a larger fiscal battle

The first skirmish in a larger fiscal battle

Loss-making airlines in the Caribbean should follow the example of Panama’s air carrier

Loss-making airlines in the Caribbean should follow the example of Panama’s air carrier

It is time to give greater consideration to the ocean and sea-bed

It is time to give greater consideration to the ocean and sea-bed

Mrs Thatcher remains a largely unrecognised player in the history of the Caribbean

Mrs Thatcher remains a largely unrecognised player in the history of the Caribbean

Caribbean needs to adapt its approach on UK air passenger duty

Caribbean needs to adapt its approach on UK air passenger duty

Lessons for Caribbean from Europe debt crisis

Lessons for Caribbean from Europe debt crisis

Caribbean desperately needs strategy for export-led growth

Caribbean desperately needs strategy for export-led growth

Europe likely for deeper Cuba engagement

Europe likely for deeper Cuba engagement

After Chávez, what happens next?

After Chávez, what happens next?

Difficulty of intra-regional travel is affecting tourism

Difficulty of intra-regional travel is affecting tourism

The EU’s Caribbean policy could over time become an irrelevance

The EU’s Caribbean policy could over time become an irrelevance

A new bi-polar world is on the horizon

A new bi-polar world is on the horizon

Without a competitive tourist industry Caribbean growth and recovery may prove elusive

Without a competitive tourist industry Caribbean growth and recovery may prove elusive


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