Jamaica Gleaner In Focus
Published: Monday Sunday | June 28, 2009
Obama is right on Iran
What is perhaps most amazing about the crisis in Iran is how people all over the world and Iranian nationals all over the diaspora are absolutely certain that the election was rigged. Read More...PetroCaribe: Yes, we can
What if Jamaica does not find oil of its own? Could it invest in exploring for oil in another country and own a part of that investing company? Could it own a part of that oil and ensure its own supply in the future at a cheaper rate? Read More...CARICOM's energy policy in limbo
It cannot be easily controverted that the People's National Party (PNP) administration recognised and was proactive in addressing the energy challenges facing Jamaica. Read More...The constitutional rights of dual citizens
A colleague, writing in another newspaper, repeatedly stated that Douglas Vaz and Gregory Mair were disqualified and unseated because they were dual citizens. Read More...Worrying signs in CARICOM
The following is an excerpt from a speech given by Douglas Orane, chairman & CEO Of GraceKennedy Limited, at the fourth annual Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce Private Sector Meeting/Dinner with CARICOM ministers of trade and... Read More...Flu pandemic: Can JA cope with the economic impact?
Major flu pandemics have occurred three times over the last century beginning with the Spanish Flu in 1918, followed by the Asian Flu in 1957 and the Hong Kong Flu in 1968. Read More...Second-guessing Sri Lanka
Lakshman Kadirgamar, the former Sri Lankan foreign minister, was one of the most incisive legal minds of his generation. Read More...