In the months prior to the December 21 confidence vote in the National Assembly two issues, particularly, had taken centre stage on the national agenda.
By Robert Looney After years of impoverishment, Guyana is suddenly on the verge of prosperity.
By Bobby Gossai Jr. Whether the natural resources of a country will be a blessing or a curse, depends on various factors.
Credible Elections in the Shortest Possible Time The current political situation in our nation which resulted from the no-confidence vote against the Government on 21st December, 2018, in the National Assembly should not be cause for alarm and anxiety.
Tourism is Guyana’s third largest export sector. Based on conservative estimates, it contributed $30.1 billion into our economy in 2018.
By Professor Leyland Lucas Over a decade ago, as my academic career was being established and the joys of tenure were conferred upon me, a colleague approached me with an interesting proposition.
The term medical marijuana refers to using the whole, unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat symptoms of illness and other conditions.
Countries across the world are currently engaged in a wide-range of reforms in their respective education curricula with a view to better preparing their children for the more demanding educational responsibilities of jobs and of life, generally, in the twenty first century.
Miriam Tose Majome “Hundred percent cashback guarantee. Looks like a South African yellow-bone with no injections at a price close to free.
The August 31, 2018 swearing in of Assistant Commissioner Leslie James as the country’s new Commissioner of Police had come after months of speculation over who would be President David Granger’s pick to replace the outgoing Commissioner Seelall Persaud whose exit from the position had come in the wake of questions that had been raised over investigations into an alleged plot to assassinate the Head of State.
Naomi Parris, a 19-year-old graduate of Hope Secondary School was born at Nabaclis on the East Coast Demerara.
By Carlene Gill-Kerr I am no expert but I have an opinion.
According to the International Federation of Journalists, in 2018 alone, at least 94 journalists were killed.
The Guyana Review joins the nation in saying farewell to the following sons and daughters who, through their respective contributions, contributed to the betterment of our country.
Research Article Open Access Vineet Kaul Department of Communication and Media, DA-IICT University, Near Indroda, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India In Asian countries media freedom is a controversial issue, on one side, right to information and freedom of expression is provided for, on the other side media regulations and press laws are ready to curb the media freedom.
By Alexander Wentker Published on June 29, 2018 On 18 June 2018, Venezuela notified the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that it intends not to participate in the proceedings before the Court in the case over the Essequibo region brought by Guyana (for an excellent analysis of Guyana’s application and the complex historical and procedural background on this blog see here).
Oil and Gas A Presentation by Nigel Hughes, Attorney At Law on the occasion of the Guyana Press Association’s 2018 Media Awards ceremony An edited version Since the announcement of the discovery of oil and gas back in May 2015 much has been said on the subject.
Diplomacy At the softer end of the continuum of foreign policy instruments lie diplomacy and culture.
Perhaps poetry’s most valuable purpose has to do with the role it plays in throwing open a door to the mind, to the mind of the poet that is, unearthing thoughts which, otherwise, would probably remain entomb-ed forever in minds that care little for this remarkable discipline.
The Small Business Bureau, a semi-autonomous agency within what is now the Ministry of Business, commenced operations in 2010, based on its mandate as set out in the Small Business Act of 2004 (SBA).