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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Fidel image at Revolution Museum
Following comments by President-elect Trump and the death of Fidel Castro, Cuba's 2017 will be full of uncertainties.
David Jessop of the Caribbean Council analyses why, economically, the Caribbean cannot always be linked to the fate of Latin America.
Caribbean analyst David Jessop looks at the new challenges facing Caribbean tourism.
wind farm
A May conference in Washington has challenged the Caribbean to seek new energy sources and shift away from oil dependency.
Capitol Hill
The US and the Caribbean are on the brink of a new multi-year strategy which seeks to bring the Diaspora on board.
Once it was all about Britain's Caribbean Overseas Territories but the Panama Papers leak has changed all that.
Obama and Castro [photo: The White House]
Cuba is not seeking to speed up all business ties but to encourage ties which work within the country's vision of itself.
Big Ben
If Britain votes for an exit from Europe, where will the so-called Brexit leave the Caribbean?
Raul Castro
Détente takes time and do the US and Cuba want the same result in the long run?
Changes in global banking rules had been for the best of reasons but they're having an impact on Diaspora remittances.
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