The Economist magazine - Caribbean integration: Half a century of small islands with big egos
The Economist magazine -
Caribbean integration: Half a century of small islands with big egos
"Caribbean politics is centrifugal: it is more fun being prime minister of, say, Dominica or Grenada than an island representative in a federal parliament." - The Economist
"As a producer of documents and committees, it [CARICOM] rivals the European Union. But it finds doing anything a challenge." -
In the latest issue of The Economist magazine, there is an analysis of the CARICOM and the Caribbean regional integration movement. It is very good reading for CXC CSEC Social Studies students and CXC CAPE Caribbean Studies students.
The article examines the fortunes of Caribbean regional integration over the past decades. It also suggests what the outcome of future attempts at regional integration might be.
In keeping up current affairs reading of this type, CXC CSEC Social Studies students and CXC CAPE Caribbean Studies students will be better prepared to analyze and answer questions on their exams.