Caribbean Challenges and Opportunities: the Diplomacy of Market Access

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 13, 2013 - Political Science - 264 pages
Four decades ago the Caribbean Community, then virtually in its infancy, faced many serious challenges that threatened its survival. Emerging out of the chaos of a just concluded World War II, were regional leaders imbued with a deep feeling for liberation and freedom and a determination to rid their respective countries of the shackles of colonialism. However, newly independent countries soon found themselves caught up in the manoeuvrings of a bipolar world and faced with the imperative either to make choices or to devise some independent path to political and economic independence.

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Professor Sir Kenneth Hall is the former Governor General of Jamaica; former Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal Mona Campus, University of the West Indies (UWI); Chancellor of the University College of the Caribbean and Honorary Distinguished Research Fellow, UWI, Mona, Jamaica. Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang is the former Director of the UWI-CARICOM Institutional Relations Project and currently Managing Director and Editor of The Integrationist.

Professor Sir Kenneth Hall is the former Governor General of Jamaica; former Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal Mona Campus, University of the West Indies (UWI); Chancellor of the University College of the Caribbean and Honorary Distinguished Research Fellow, UWI, Mona, Jamaica. Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang is the former Director of the UWI-CARICOM Institutional Relations Project and currently Managing Director and Editor of The Integrationist.

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