Caribbean News Analysis

Caribbean Intelligence: Your one-stop Caribbean

Your one-stop spot for news and  analysis.

 

Welcome to our Caribbean and Diaspora News Hub.

Below, Caribbean Intelligence has a news Twitter feed which follows the major newsrooms and news sources in the Caribbean, its neighbours and the Diaspora. 

Further down the page, you'll find our own news analysis stories on regional and global stories on issues affecting the Caribbean.

 

Your one-stop shop for Caribbean and Diaspora News, analysis and regular round-ups.   

 

 

Andrew Holness and Mike Pompeo
The Caribbean faces big themes, writes David Jessop. He said the region needs to as whole to respond to American thinking.
Abaco Islands, Bahamas
Record tourism arrivals, fund raising and services-in-kind make up the Bahamas’s response to Hurricane Dorian.
refugee camp
Thousands of children are being held at the Kurdish-run camps, where space, food and medicine are running low. Some are Trinidadian.
Tent camp in Haiti
Ten years on, former BBC Caribbean Service Head and Managing Editor of Caribbean Intelligence, Debbie Ransome, looks back on the award-winning BBC collaboration following Haiti's 2010 devastating earthquake.
WTO building entrance
With the future of the WTO in danger, David Jessop looks at Caribbean trade interests.
oi well
Guyana is new to the game of oil and gas production and it should expect a steep learning curve.
cannabis plant
Caribbean Intelligence looks at why countries are lining up to get into the medicinal ganja business.
sargassum
From methane production to eating it - how the Caribbean is seeking to tackle the problem of sargassum.
CTO logo
Are the changes at the Caribbean Tourism Organisation a chance for some long-term planning on tourism strategy by the Caribbean?
Thomas Cook logo 'Don't just book it'
A fickle aviation industry, Brexit and a high street model in a digital age - the demise of Thomas Cook and the Caribbean bounce-back.

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