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Tag: Sir Ronald Saunders

Reform the OAS or oversee its irrelevance

By Sir Ronald Sanders   (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the OAS.  He is a Senior Fellow at...

World Bank Recommendations Not Enough for Caribbean Countries to Prepare for...

By Sir Ronald Sanders   A new analysis by the World Bank provides a troubling analysis of the new shocks that Caribbean countries can expect...

Leaders of smaller islands stand up amid climate destruction and unkept...

By Sir Ronald Sanders   COP26 in Glasgow offered no hope to small island states which continue to face destruction and extinction. COP26 was always going...

For the Caribbean, relations with the US and China is not...

By Sir Ronald Sanders  On October 12, more than a dozen representatives in the US Congress sent a letter to the US Trade Representative, Katherine...

No such thing as ‘turns’ for Commonwealth Secretary-General

By Sir Ronald Sanders The announcement by the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta that his government has nominated the country’s energy minister, Monica Juma, for...

Haitians: fear at home, no hope abroad

By Sir Ronald Sanders The abrupt resignation of the US Special Envoy to Haiti, Daniel Foote, came like a bolt of lightning from a clear...

Vaccinate or Suffocate – The Stark Choice

By Sir Ronald Sanders   Sections of the population in many of the 14 independent CARICOM countries are in grave danger of undermining their own health...

A storm brewing over Haiti at the OAS

By Sir Ronald Sanders   Strong disagreement may be brewing at the Organization of American States (OAS) on how to respond to the ongoing, grave...

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...

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