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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Someone could well ask why the Western powers, especially the United States (U.S.), have such vested interests in the Middle East and, indeed, Syria...

AN election is in the air and with an election there are always jitters in the business environment. A local business chief confirmed this recently...

IN today’s column I wish to focus on two issues known to have continuing interest to member states of our Caribbean Community: First, the unravelling...

MAKE no mistake about it. The big difference between the 2011 and the 2015 election is that the AFC and APNU/PNCR will end the...

JUST last week, in one of those moments of intense clarity that tend to precede the not so clear haze of the Friday evening...

IN Party politics, as the saying goes, all things are possible. Even so, it appears that ahead of the coming May 11 national elections,...

This village was certainly the bomb… I will not hesitate to declare that my experience while visiting there was pure heaven… The rich camaraderie between...

“When you wake up, you can do two things. You either go back to sleep and keep dreaming or you wake up and follow...

Two major events supplied impetus for compiling this article. Those two events are namely the announcement of the Guyana Prize for Literature and the...

Three decades ago, Microsoft introduced the Windows operating system, and though there have been some stumbles throughout its evolution, the technological changes it brought...