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David Jessop, in "Globalization and the Caribbean: An Overview," provides insight into the challenges facing the West Indies.
In contrast, the Caribbean consists not only of landmass (islands) but also of water (the Caribbean Sea), the fact of which makes it even more difficult to categorize this region efficiently.
"As with many areas throughout the world, the Caribbean island countries have their own way of doing business.
The African American market is an enormously important one to the Caribbean.
Wade Lyn, managing director and founder of Cleone Foods, said: "We are delighted to win the best Caribbean manufacturer award and would like to thank everyone who voted for us.
Caribbean coral bleaching noted in 1990 and 1995 didn't occur during El Nino years, hinting that another factor was at play.
Within the modernist tradition, interpretation and reinvention [rather than imitation and application] should be used as a methodology to arrive at an appropriate contemporary model that responds to the current complexities of the region; a process that has been notably successful beyond the Caribbean, in regions like Australia, where architects [such as Glenn Murcutt] have responded well to similar design challenges while using non-traditional materials.
BARBADOS (Bridgetown) Carnival, Celebrity, Costa, Crystal, Cunard, Holland America, MSC, Norwegian, Oceania, Orient, Princess, Radisson Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea, Windjammer, Windstar.
On the issue of trade between the Caribbean and the United States, she said that Washington remains the leading trade partner for the Caribbean in terms of exports to the region and as the largest importer of Caribbean goods.
As the Official Airline partner, all teams and officials travelling to CPL matches and related activities will travel on Caribbean Airlines to and from the events.
Her contributions to this field are notable for many reasons, chief of which is that she discusses the ways in which the Jewish experience sheds light on the creole, hybrid nature of the Caribbean in a very specific historical and geographical context, and in the process charts the Black Atlantic in association with the Jewish Atlantic, a relatively new and unexplored paradigm.
Unleashing Growth and Strengthening Resilience in the Caribbean
TEHRAN (FNA)- The First Caribbean Peace Conference ended with a declaration condemning "the neo-liberal counter-offensive of imperialism," which is "impacting Caribbean societies largely through the installation of retrograde capitalist forces."
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