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Frontiers:Gunboat diplomacy

Frontiers:Gunboat diplomacy

Venezuela’s threat to Guyana’s fourth frontier

By David A Granger MP, Leader of the Opposition The expulsion of an unarmed, seismic survey vessel from Guyana’s exclusive economic zone by a Venezuelan naval corvette was a dangerous and egregious exhibition of gunboat diplomacy .

The Guyana Review story, 1993-2013

The Guyana Review news magazine celebrated its 20th anniversary in February 2013 and, in so doing, set a record for longevity in the local periodicals industry .

Guyana Review:   Keeper of the shrine

Guyana Review: Keeper of the shrine

“In discussing our contemporary shambles, almost every visitor to this country ultimately comes round to asking about local publications of the nature of this one .

A crisis of child abuse in Guyana

By Karen De SouzaMost adults in Guyana agree - without even thinking about it - on how to treat very young children .

What do the 2013 National Grade Six (Common Entrance) results really mean?

What do the 2013 National Grade Six (Common Entrance) results really mean?

Walter B AlexanderEver since the “Common Entrance” Examination replaced the former County Scholarship Examination in the 1960s there has always been much publicity about the ‘top’ performers .

An unlikely heroine

An unlikely heroine

It would not be altogether surprising if it transpired that the Government of Guyana finds it discomfiting the United States Secretary of State John Kerry has deemed Guyanese woman miner Simona Broomes a “hero” for her efforts to try to suppress the practice of Trafficking In Persons (TIP) in Guyana .

Fighting HIV/AIDS in our workplaces

Fighting HIV/AIDS in our workplaces

Launched in May 2005, the Guyana Business Coalition for HIV/AIDS continues to strengthen the foundation created under the first phase of the Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention (GHARP) Programme. As part of its ongoing public awareness effort the coalition agreed to be interviewed by The Guyana Review about its thrust and its accomplishments over the years.

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What makes a convivial  investment climate?

What makes a convivial investment climate?

Address by Canadian High Commissioner David Devine at Guyana Investment Forum June 27, 2013[caption id="attachment_251128" align="alignright" width="216"] Canadian High Commissioner HE David Devine[/caption]Globally, the demand for investment dollars is becoming increasingly limited and competitive .

Jean Kingston: Talented Theatre Teacher

Jean Kingston: Talented Theatre Teacher

Long before she begun to attract wider attention for her work with schoolchildren participating in the Ministry of Education’s National Schools Drama Festival, Jean Kingston had been pursuing a love affair with the theatre .

Intimate partner violence in Guyana: Who cares anyway?

 There is something frighteningly repetitive about media reports regarding women… wives, paramours, girlfriends, all of whom   share the common fate of having been brutalized, abused and often slaughtered in the most heinous ways by intimate partners .

Lessons from our Tenth Parliament

After the results of the 2011 general elections and the consequences for the mathematics of the National Assembly had become clear, a fairly sizeable constituency of Guyanese roundly applauded the verdict of the electorate .

Patois in Trinidad and Tobago

Patois in Trinidad and Tobago

From John Jacob Thomas to Lawrence D Carrington

Dr Jo-Anne S Ferreira Many popular myths surround Patois (known to linguists as French Creole or French-lexicon Creole), one of which, is that it is not a ‘real’ language, or that it lacks a ‘real’ grammar, or that it cannot be written, or that it is ‘simplified’ French .

Recollecting Courtney Gibson

Recollecting Courtney Gibson

It surprised me considerably that the turnout at the St .

Archibald Moore – A CXC Architect

Archibald Moore – A CXC Architect

“The history of the Caribbean Examina-tions Council cannot be written without the name Archibald Moore occupying a stellar position .

Towards a local  publishing house

Towards a local publishing house

 By Barrington BraithwaiteThe issue of publishing and the national ethos has never been treated with deserving seriousness .

A wanderer’s tale

A wanderer’s tale

Canadian traveller Amos Sarrouy who is visiting Guyana as part of his journey of discovery writes about his soujourn in South America

When I first came to South America I wasn’t sure what to expect .

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Guyana calypso:  cool or critical?

Guyana calypso: cool or critical?

Musical tradition has decided that Trinidad and Tobago is the “home” of the Calypso, that art-form that once outsiders defined as “a West Indian Song .

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Sixty years of cabinet government in Guyana

Sixty years of cabinet government in Guyana

Guyana, in April 2013, celebrates its 60th anniversary of cabinet government .

Policing under scrutiny: The 2013 Linden protests and the Guyana Police Force

Policing under scrutiny: The 2013 Linden protests and the Guyana Police Force

The professionalism of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the practices that attend policing in Guyana have long been the subject of intense public discourse .

Caribbean Examinations Council

Caribbean Examinations Council

40th Anniversary Celebratioins Commemorative Address by CXC Registrar Dr. Didacus Jules

Forty years ago on the 11th January 1973, the inaugural meeting of the Caribbean Examinations Council was held in Barbados .

Is official indifference  fuelling violence in schools?

Is official indifference fuelling violence in schools?

After all of the official fuss and public anxiety that has been expressed over the issue of violence among schoolchildren and in schools in recent years, we were more than a little surprised that both the Chief Education Officer and the General Secretary of the Guyana Teachers’ Union passed up the offer made to them by The Guyana Review to publicly pronounce on these issues and even to say what, individually or together, their respective institutions are doing in order to seek to remedy these problems .

Women Speak

Women Speak

Public discourse over gender issues and more particularly the issue of violence against women rivals and in many cases, exceeds most other items on the national agenda .

Meet the GNCPP – Guyana’s civil society forum

Meet the GNCPP – Guyana’s civil society forum

The elections, the CCJ and the Constitution

Today, the Guyana National Council on Public Policy (GNCPP) wishes to launch its print media initiative to introduce itself to the Guyanese (reading) public .

Not a leg to stand on

Not a leg to stand on

It does no harm for the labour movement to get the occasional reminder about its threatened drift into irrelevance even though fears that it sometimes interprets those reminders quite incorrectly .

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana..... Roraima shares the significance of the centenary occasion

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana….. Roraima shares the significance of the centenary occasion

From the pioneering work of aviation stalwarts like Arthur James “Art”Williams and Colonel Herman Edgar “Harry” Wendt to the current initiative to transform the Ogle aerodrome into the country’s second international airport, the aviation sector in Guyana owes its growth and development to the cumulative contributions of groups and individuals who   .

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana...  Air Services Ltd:  An aviation pioneering legacy

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana… Air Services Ltd: An aviation pioneering legacy

Guyana’s economic improvement over the past 20 years, has seen a striking parallel in the aviation sector where Air Services Limited, has grown to become  Guyana’s  largest domestic aviation operator in the country .

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana... Trans Guyana Airways

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana… Trans Guyana Airways

 Our Mission: To provide safe and reliable air transport services to our customers in Guyana and around the regionOriginating in 1956 from a single float plane air service, Trans Guyana Airways (TGA) has grown into Guyana’s premier and   .

100th Anniversary of Aviation in Guyana ... Ogle Rising: Guyana is journeying towards its second  international airport

100th Anniversary of Aviation in Guyana … Ogle Rising: Guyana is journeying towards its second international airport

Ogle International Airport is a general aviation Regional Class Airport with a Class2C runway catering to commercial and private operators of aircraft .

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana... ‘Investing in your future….’

100th anniversary of aviation in Guyana… ‘Investing in your future….’

The Art Williams and Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School, which is housed in the Hangar of Caribbean Aviation Maintenance Services Ltd .

‘Steady’ CAPE

‘Steady’ CAPE

Steady appears to be the best word to describe the Carib-bean Advance Proficiency Examination (CAPE), both in terms of its growth and the performance of candidatesThe Encarta Dictionary describes ‘steady’ in these terms: steady: fixed, stable, or not easily moved .

A call for action to address performance in English and Mathematics

A call for action to address performance in English and Mathematics

The performance of candidates in the May/June 2012 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) on English A and Mathematics examinations has resulted in a call for action in the region to address deficiencies in the two core subjects .

Cuba 2.0

Cuba 2.0

These impressions of contemporary Cuba were penned by Guyanese, Dr .

Carnegie School of Home Economics at eighty

Carnegie School of Home Economics at eighty

Some institutions in Guyana, for reasons associated with their longevity and the contribution to the growth and development of the Guyanese society engender a special sense of history .



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