Taiwan, St. Kitts and Nevis Glow Together at Taipei Lantern Festival

St. Kitts and Nevis is set to take center stage at the 2020 Taipei Lantern Festival lighting up Feb. 8 in Nangang and Wanhua districts.   Taiwan’s Caribbean ally will be represented by a lantern resembling Port Zante, a cruise ship pier located in the heart of capital Basseterre. The facility is a major tourism … Continue reading “Taiwan, St. Kitts and Nevis Glow Together at Taipei Lantern Festival”

Géopolitique des Caraïbes du XXIème siècle 1/4

Par Andrew Korybko − Le 12 juillet 2017 − Source geopolitica.ru On pense généralement à la Mer des Caraïbes comme à un « lac étasunien » séparant les deux continents américains, et cette zone a de fait subi en pratique l’influence exclusive de Washington depuis le début du XXème siècle. Cuba constitue bien sûr l’exception à cette … Continue reading “Géopolitique des Caraïbes du XXIème siècle 1/4”

The Furor Over the Cambridge Slave Trade Inquiry Proves Why It is Needed

Photograph Source: McAnt – CC BY-SA 3.0 The outrage expressed by various establishment figures and institutions at the decision by Cambridge University to hold a two-year inquiry into its historic links to the slave trade demonstrates the continuing sensitivity and relevance of the topic. Critics of the inquiry claim that such focus on slavery is … Continue reading “The Furor Over the Cambridge Slave Trade Inquiry Proves Why It is Needed”