POLITICS

Except at time of crisis, many countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) credit their foreign ministries and their embassies or high commissions abroad with little value. Yet, diplomacy, which is the work of foreign ministries and their overseas missions, is the only instrument available to Caribbean states to further their national interests in an international […]

In the Grenada Broadcast News item dated August 10th 2018: ‘Has Representation of the People Act been violated by Attorney General?’ and accompanying audio clip, the Acting Attorney General of Grenada announced the launch of a quiz, meant to keep the discussion on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) alive in order to prevent what […]

The August 4 attack that endangered the lives of the leadership of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela including President Nicolás Maduro, while addressing a gathering marking the 81st anniversary of the Bolivarian National Guard, signals a dangerous and unacceptable new level to the political situation in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. The Government of Grenada […]

Finance Minister, Dr. Keith Mitchell’s appointment of his son, Olinga Mitchell, as his adviser could only be interpreted as a clear sign that the soon-to-be 72-year-old leader is systematically imaging and profiling his son for bigger things to come. And that, undoubtedly, is to replace him as political leader of the New National Party (NNP)! […]

Yesterday I visited the residents of River Road just to talk with them and to see how they are coping with the effects of the severe flooding of the area the day before. Most people were in good spirits and had mostly cleaned up and are trying to return to their daily routines. We are […]

The Julian Assange Show Episode 10: Khan (2012): When former international cricket captain Imran Khan entered politics, neither he nor his party were taken seriously. In this interview he discusses his meteoric rise in Pakistani politics, and the issues driving it. The blossoming of Khan’s political credibility began with his boycott of the 2008 elections, […]

Nepotism is defined as the practice of favouring relatives or friends, especially by giving them jobs. Based on this dictionary definition, there can be no argument that Keith Mitchell’s recent act of hiring his son in ‘his’ Ministry of Finance as his legal advisor is nepotism in its most vulgar form. Mitchell hiring his son […]

I am currently listening to the first sitting of the Parliament in the new parliament building and I feel embarrassed on hearing Minister Oliver Joseph.  He does not even speak proper English.  This man ought to realize that he is in the Parliament and should raise the bar.  There is a time for speaking colloquially […]

In a few days, India will delete as many as 7 million Muslims in Assam State from its master list of “citizens” because they speak the wrong language and worship the wrong God. Husbands, wives, and children could be torn apart and left to rot in prison camps. This is how genocides begin – how the nightmare of the […]

LETTER FROM REGISTRATION OFFICER, GLENROY JOHNSON TO FMR. POLITICAL LEADER OF NDC, NAZIM BURKE AUDIO OF NDC’S FORMER POLITICAL LEADER ON SUNDAY


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