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Small states might benefit from the rivalry of large states for...

By Sir Ronald Sanders  (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the Organization of American States.   He is also a Senior...

Proposed global minimum tax rate would be crippling

By Sir Ronald Sanders  (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the Organization of American States.   He is also a...

Collective CARICOM voice for recovery at IMF-World Bank meetings

By Sir Ronald Sanders   (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the Organization of American States.   He is also...

Haiti needs vigilance by the International Community

By Sir Ronald Sanders   At a meeting of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) on March 17, I said that...

DO THOSE WHO RECEIVE TAX CUTS SPEND OR INVEST? By Everson...

By Everson W. Hull Ph.D. Recently, one of my very thoughtful friends with whom I seldom ever disagree suggested that: “…the folks that get tax cuts...

‘Too African for Jamaica, Too Jamaican for America, Too American for...

FLOATING IN A MOST PECULIAR WAY By Louis Chude-Sokei NY Times- I was about 10 when I found out that my whole life I’d been saying...

LOFTY APPEALS FOR EMPATHY SNUFFED OUT BY DAMAGING POLICY ACTIONS

By Everson W. Hull, Ph. D. It is not very often that this author departs from the very thoughtful views expressed by one very distinguished...

Dr. Dwayne Thwaites, our ‘Person Of The Year’

Brilliant, distinguished and selfless… Renowned Urologist, Dr. Dwayne Thwaites, is our ‘Person Of The Year’ Our person of the year is an illustrious and accomplished individual,...

TAX POLICIES MATTER: HOW PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN CAN HELP ST. KITTS...

By Everson W. Hull Ph.D. Tax policies matter. Tax hikes are “Contractionary”. They reduce the available pool of disposable income available to households for taking...

Competent Enough: By Kenneth Williams

  By Kenneth Williams Andrew Fahie’s Virgin Islands Party Government from all accounts has been managing the affairs of the Virgin Islands very well. Fahie has been...

THE CHRISTENA TRAGEDY FIFTY YEARS AFTER: by Whitman Browne

by Whitman Browne   August 1, 2020, is a sad, but special anniversary in the Caribbean. Particularly for the people of St. Kitts-Nevis, those memories are...

Unity! What Unity?

Examining famous quotes could be very inspiring at times. In talking about those of us who like to say that what we have, we got...

ELECTIONS IN A TIME OF COVID-19

ELECTIONS IN A TIME OF COVID-19 By John EA Charles RECENT months have witnessed a series of firsts and lasts for our great Federation. We were...

Charlestown Primary School Garden

By James Milnes Gaskell Under the auspices of their go-ahead Young headmistress, Latoya Jeffers, the CPS is to develop a garden on 1.344 acres at...

The World Health Organization – why everyone should care

Health is one of the most precious things to us all as individuals and families. It is something we very often take for granted,...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

Why Register to Vote? Every five years, elections are constitutionally due in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis.  Whilst the government has established an...

Pain Has a Voice

Can you hear the silent cries? By Guest Author It is important to understand that pain has a voice and it speaks into the ears of...

How much do you actually know about Blood Donation?

Introduction: Blood donation is the process of drawing 450mL of whole blood from a healthy person for the purposes of transfusing blood products into a...

From the Supervisor of Elections…

After attaining the age of majority, I sat out my first election of 1984. It was a general election and candidate Swanston was unopposed....

From the Supervisor of Elections…

The last pre-independence general election took place in 1980. At that time, there were 9 constituencies, 7 in St Kitts and 2 in Nevis....

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