We can only hope that the outcome of the final Sharjah test against Pakistan on November 3 provides some kind of impetus for the West Indies cricket team ahead of what will almost certainly be a far more testing encounter against England later next year.
We are still in our Jubilee Year though the ceremonies and celebrations put together to mark the 50th Anniversary of Guyana’s independence have passed and gone without matching the hype and hoopla that had been attached to the buildup to the event.
Address by His Excellency Brigadier (retd) David Granger Leader of the People’s National Congress to the 19th Biennial Delegates Congress of the People’s National Congress The 19th Biennial Delegates Congress of the People’s National Congress assembles today.
A PRESENTATION BY AMBASSADOR COLIN GRANDERSON ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL FOREIGN AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY (CARICOM) SECRETARIAT AT THE ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR THE NEWLY APPOINTED HEADS OF GUYANA MISSIONS Caricom, going forward In 2012, one year before the celebration of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Caribbean Community, the Conference took the decision to “re-examine the future direction of the Community and the arrangements for carrying it forward”.
Emma Ashford Leif Wenar, Blood Oil: Tyrants, Violence, and the Rules that Run the World (Oxford University Press, 2015) The oil magnate J.
(Some of) The Sharon Maas story In a sense I had met her by accident.
By Alex Cuadros Widespread anger over corruption helped to bring about Rousseff’s downfall, but in getting rid of her the Congress has swapped one President tainted by scandal for another.
By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath An American IT guru, Marto Thomas, once said: “There are two kinds of people in the world: Givers and Takers.
After the deed had been done they were unable to think straight, to fashion a plan to extricate themselves from what they had done.
Venezuela’s historic pattern of provocation and sabre-rattling in support of its spurious territorial claim against Guyana has manifested itself once again.
Just how long the changed atmosphere in Guyana will last following the May 11 general elections and the removal of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic administration from office after twenty three years.
By: Dr. Odeen Ishmael, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Guyana witnessed a change in administration after the ruling People’s Progressive Party-Civic (PPP) lost by a mere one percent of the votes to an alliance of opposition parties comprising A Partnership for National Unity and the Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) in the general elections held on May 11.
Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana Address by Brigadier David Granger, MSS President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana to the 11th Parliament, Georgetown, on 9th July 2015.
At 65 and generally felt to be in fairly good health one might have thought that Donald Ramotar departed the political centre stage far too early though, in as sense, it was he who ‘called time’ on his own presidency.
Introduction On April 11, 2015, Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro shook hands at the Summit of the Americas in Panama, marking the first meeting between a U.S.
GENEVA, (Reuters) – In a cafe lounge at the United Nations complex in Geneva, a Tibetan fugitive was waiting his turn earlier this year to tell diplomats his story of being imprisoned and tortured back home in China.
It wasn’t that close. Indeed, five seats is a Goldilocks-zone majority. Any less, and governments get jumpy.
An educator for over forty years, Hazel Moses has had a lifelong love affair with words.
By Karen Boman | ExxonMobil’s Liza discovery offshore Guyana could put the country on the map as a player in the global oil and gas industry, Wood Mackenzie reports.
Caribbean Airlines is a top regional carrier. It and other Caribbean carriers had the lowest load factor among airlines operating from their bases to and from the US in 2014.
Before she became a Minister in the current coalition government Simona Broomes had come to public attention as a crusader for reining in the vice of Trafficking in Persons (TIP).
So what is the big deal about the Caribbean Examination Council that it should want to have its history written?
After a third full week had passed without Samantha being able to raise enough money to buy what her son needed to start the new school year she had begun to wonder whether it was worth persisting.