Caribbean Challenges and Opportunities: The Diplomacy of Market Access
About the Book
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.
About the Author
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.