When compared with what has been accomplished in much of the rest of the Caribbean there is no doubt that the development of sport in Guyana has failed to match that of other countries which are, neither economically or in any other respect, better positioned to create a strong national sport infrastructure.
The controversial Annual United States State Department Report on Human Rights Practices around the world has come to be regarded in some quartets as an index for measuring the political preferences of the world’s most powerful state rather than as a reliable ‘report card’ on respect for human rights in those countries that are assessed.
As President Bharrat Jagdeo prepares to celebrate the tenth anni-versary as Guyana’s longest-serving head of state, the manner in which he selects and rejects persons to fill the seats of power in the cabinet will determine the destiny of the country.
A muted but intense rivalry is raging between Guyana’s two telecommunications service providers
The arrival of DIGICEL in Guyana two years ago after the company had, more or less, swept aside most of the competition in the rest of the Caribbean, heralded the dawn of a brand new era in national telecommunications.
President Bharrat Jagdeo came to power nearly 10 years ago. What public safety lessons can be learnt from the extraordinary events that occurred during the most dangerous decade in this country’s history?
Opening address by his Excellency Edwin W Carrington, Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community, on the occasion of the Ministerial Conference on Security, Drug Trafficking , Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism as challenges for development in the Caribbean, 19 February 2009, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
CARIBBEAN ECONOMIC RECESSIONS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
ADDRESS by PROFESSOR COMPTON BOURNE, PH.D, O.E.
PRESIDENT CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
THE THIRTEENTH SIR ARTHUR LEWIS MEMORIAL LECTURE AT THE NINETEENTH ANNUAL COMMERCIAL BANKS CONFERENCE
The British Guiana Centenary Year Book, 1831-1931, edited by E Sievewright Stoby, was published in 1931 to celebrate the centenary of the unification of the colony of British Guiana in 1831.
Mendonca’s Legend of The Swan Children is one of six new novels in the prestigious Macmillan Island Fantasy Series. Recently, Guyana Review spoke with the former Public Servant about her life, her focus and about the role of her first book of fiction in supporting her preoccupation with helping young people build their characters and shape their lives which she hopes will help to re-ignite a passion for reading among young Guyanese
Maureen Marks-Mendonca’s first novel –Legend of the Swan Children – is intertwined with another more enduring passion – a passion for working with children.
The jury remains out on the use of referral system in Test cricket
The decision by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to implement the use of a refererral system as part of the adjudication process in Test cricket represents an acknowledgement that the present system that leaves decision-making mostly to the two on-field umpires has resulted in an increasing level of controversy creeping into the game.
Evidence of a crisis at the level of the leadership of the People’s National Congress/Reform (PNC/R, the main political opposition to the ruling People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) has given rise to healthy speculation among political watchers about the future of the party and a fair measure of disquiet among party members.