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Caricom’s Cuban challenges and chances

WITH the best intentions on the part of the Cuban government, the new relationship between the US and Cuba—welcome as it undoubtedly is —will pose serious challenges for the 15-nation Caribbean Community (Caricom).
  • Published in Opinion

Is Anti-Police Violence a New Chapter in the Black Freedom Struggle?

December 31, 2014 - It was inevitable there would a push back against the dynamic movement against police violence. It is unfortunate opponents are using the murder of two cops in Brooklyn on December 20 to try to suppress peaceful protests. Nonetheless, the reaction is also a necessary obstacle this new social movement has to navigate.
  • Published in Opinion

US Tortured Prisoners to Get Data for Justifying Iraq War

The Bush administration torture experts not only aimed their interrogations at preventing another 9/11 attack but also at gaining false information to build a case for war against Iraq, retired Col. Lawrence Wilkerson told Democracy Now on Tuesday.

CARICOM welcomes US policy shift towards Cuba

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA, DECEMBER 18, 2014 - The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) says it welcomes the thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba and the move towards the re-establishment of diplomatic ties.

Obama Hits Russia with New Sanctions

WASHINGTON DC, December 18, 2014 - While announcing a normalization of relations with Cuba, U.S. President Barack Obama has also quietly signed a new raft of sanctions against Russia into law, the State Department announced Wednesday.

How many illegal Caribbean immigrants in the US?

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Dec. 16, 2014: For years the question has been asked and left unanswered, but Caribbean Americans may now have a better idea of how many undocumented Caribbean immigrants are living across the length and breadth of the United States.
  • Published in Justice
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