WASHINGTON, D.C. - An average of 40 percent of the Caribbean population identify crime and security-related issues as the main problems facing their country, according to a new Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) study.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 28, 2017: In an effort to clamp down on protests that have been ongoing since April, the government of the South American nation of Venezuela has issued a complete ban – at least for the next five days.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Haiti’s new Defense Minister Herve Denis says his country “is looking forward to a worthy U.S./Haiti partnership in various sectors with the goal of reinforcing our fragile democracy.”
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The 15-member Caribbean community (CARICOM) grouping says it is “deeply dismayed and disappointed” at the decision of the United States to withdraw from the Paris agreement on climate change.
Eliot Engel, a United States congressman who represents a large Caribbean constituency in New York, believes the U.S. does a disservice to itself by having no physical diplomatic presence in five Eastern Caribbean nations.