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The Caribbean Court of Justice is the judicial institution of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Established in 2005, it is based in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
Prince Charles has arrived in Barbados as the Caribbean island prepares to remove the Queen as its head-of-state and become a republic.
Developments in sugar exports of African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. / The United Kingdom (UK), the main European importer of sugar from ACP countries, decided to leave the EU in March 2019. How will Brexit affect the ACP countries, given the already ongoing changes in the EU sugar market?
Some 250,000 Britons live in 14 territories, with many reporting fear and confusion as the Brexit deadline nears.
The British Overseas Territories, while largely unknown to the British public, will be affected enormously by Brexit.
Residents of the British territory Anguilla didn't get a say in Brexit, but they will lose their EU passports come March 29 next year. The territory relies heavily on imports that come mostly via the EU.
Pro-republican campaigners in Jamaica this week renewed their longstanding demand to select their own head of state – and a poll showed a majority of the public were in favour.
The Caribbean island’s leader says its people want a ‘Barbadian head of state’ and aim to achieve the goal by November 2021.
Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque's Message for a CARICOM Day Event by the CARICOM Caucus of Permanent Representatives to the United Nations.
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is a grouping of twenty countries: fifteen Member States and five Associate Members.
Training Video Series #1: A Brief History of CARICOM and the CSME
Dozens of countries fear Boris Johnson is hindering reappointment of secretary general.
"...this book takes a model from the EU, North America and other sub-regions around the world to illustrate how regionalism could be successful in the Caribbean."
An overview of the operations and governance of the Eastern Caribbean Economic Union and the benefits for the Member States.
The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is an International Inter-governmental Organisation dedicated to economic harmonisation and integration, protection of human and legal rights, and the encouragement of good governance among independent and non-independent countries in the Eastern Caribbean.
The impact of Britain’s departure from the EU is being felt on the other side of the world. Residents of the British overseas territory of Anguilla have UK passports but weren’t allowed to vote in the referendum. Yet their relationship with the European Union is fundamental to their everyday life.
The tiny Caribbean island of Anguilla lives in harmony with neighbouring Saint Martin, but borders could soon be going up in this sun-soaked paradise due to Brexit.
The British overseas territory Anguilla is against Brexit. Residents, who could not vote in the referendum, fear they will be hit hard by trade barriers to neighboring EU territories. Now, the Caribbean island is considering leaving the United Kingdom.
The tiny British island of Anguilla worries about Brexit. / FEW Britons have heard of Anguilla. Yet the tiny Caribbean island, home to around 14,000 people, is proud to be a British overseas territory. In the 1960s its islanders successfully staged a bloodless rebellion to stop Britain granting them independence as part of St Kitts & Nevis, around 60 miles to the south.
The United Kingdom vote in June 2016 to leave the European Union will have major implications for developing economies, according to a report from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). Least developed countries (LDCs) will be particularly affected, mostly via reduced exports and lower aid values.
The prospect of the UK formulating its own trade policy following Brexit is likely to have implications for the existing Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) between the European Union (EU) and some African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, and the UK’s future trading arrangements with the ACP.