Intelligent Thinking on Caribbean Intelligence


Why Intelligent Thinking?

Because, beyond the news and the analysis, there are the background thoughts of experienced Caribbean people and those interested in the Caribbean region who have given thought over the years to its well-being.
Sometimes, they express an opinion, sometimes it’s about advice to Caribbean and Diaspora movers and shakers, business people and cultural and other leaders.
These pages will feature analysis, viewpoints and considered opinion based on experience.
The topics will deal with issues which can create an impact on the lives of Caribbean people, whether they live in the Caribbean or abroad.
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While Caribbean countries are keen to exploit the potential oil resources around them, they will face increasing global environmental pressure.
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Caribbean Intelligence Shorts: News on the move from across the Caribbean.    New:
BVI Premier Orlando Smith
Do Britain's overseas territories need a different post-Brexit deal? The BVI commissioned a report.
President Trump
Expect further executive orders and reversals that tighten politically Washington’s relations with Havana.
The White House
It's not just about climate change - US budget cuts leave the Caribbean as American policy collateral damage.
As each day passes it is becoming clearer that the rapidly deteriorating internal situation in Venezuela has consequences for near neighbours.
Theresa May
David Jessop looks at what's needed for independent states and British Caribbean OT's during Brexit.
Big Ben at london Westminster
When the UK triggers Article 50 at the end of March, what options will the Caribbean have in Europe and the Commonwealth?
Sugar cane field Guysuco
Are Caribbean sugar producers facing the end of an era? The problems are both at home and abroad.
David Jessop
Caribbean Council Director David Jessop explores the changing face of the Caribbean sugar industry.
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