Interviews by Tiffny Rhodius and photos by Jules Gibson
In light of the destruction in Haiti caused by last Tuesday’s earthquake, we asked the man and woman in the street what they thought Guyana could do for the people in Haiti.
History this week… No. 2/2010
By Cecilia McAlmont
It was thirty years ago (in the month of February to be exact) that the party then in power, the People’s National Congress (PNC) introduced a new constitution called the People’s Constitution.
History This Week
By Hazel Woolford
The political leaders and trade unionists in British Guiana, and the West Indies had campaigned for the political union of the British West Indian colonies since the 1920s.
Part 2By Tarron KhemrajIntroduction
A State Development Bank (SDB) could be an important aspect of the financial system, which channels the society’s savings (cash and financial assets of households and government) to the private sector to invest in production activities (bio-fuels, agro-industrial processing, other manufacturing, financial services, eco-tourism, art and cultural industries, etc).
– José Manuel Barroso is President of the European Commission.
by Jose Manuel Barroso
BRUSSELS – Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War, the contours of world order are still in the making.