Too big to be small: The life and legacy of Eric Williams

By Erica Williams-Cornell (To mark her father’s birthday, September 25) I was 14 years old, without a profound thought in my head other than “boys,” when I told my father, Eric Williams, “Daddy, when you die, all I want are your books and papers.” I had failed...

The road to a PhD

By Dr Hollis ‘Chalkdust’ Liverpool, ORTT Since writing on the esteemed work of PhDs and the ladder to be climbed to attain same, in a roti shop in Diego Martin last week, I was bombarded by a gentleman who wanted to know how long it would take him to reach the PhD...

Ever vigilant be

We were not at all surprised at the word coming from the health officials that recommendations were to be made to Cabinet yesterday to “Increase the stringency of the regulations that are already in place.” Minister of Health, the Honourable Molwyn Joseph, in a...

Warning Signs: Mike Pompeo Goes to Guyana

By Ryan Cecil Jobson and Matthew Quest The latest episode of US imperialist intrigue in the Americas deserves our critical attention. On September 17, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Suriname, beginning a diplomatic tour of South America that will include...

So far, so good!

By any measure, the reopening of schools here in Antigua and Barbuda has gone quite smoothly, never mind the nattering nabobs of negativity and the prophets of doom and gloom. And of course, notwithstanding the numerous and varied factors that could have caused major...
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