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No Island Is An Island: the Impact of Globalization on the Commonwealth Caribbean London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, 2007.
"Caribbean" is an example of a conceptual domain, as it incorporates a vast quantity of knowledge.
He said: "I also warmly welcome RLB's intention for Caribbean Intelligence to promote the highest standards of corporate social responsibility, with particular regard to the needs of environmental conservation, throughout the Caribbean".
Business meetings, executive groups, associations of one kind or another, and professional organizations find the Caribbean very attractive.
In 2006, CHG has closed the following Caribbean transactions:
The prestige awards recognise the very best in Caribbean food and cooking throughout Britain and attract entries from the country's top restaurants, chefs and manufacturers.
Coral bleaching peaked in the Caribbean in five of those years: 1987, 1990, 1995, 1998, and 1999.
Post-colonial Caribbean is a relatively new civilisation in terms of contemporary cultural identity, with a rich population mix made up of people from African, European, Amerindian, Indian, and Chinese descent.
ARUBA (Oranjestad) Carnival, Celebrity, Crystal, Holland America, Norwegian, Orient, Princess, Radisson Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Silversea, Windjammer, Windstar.
'Given our common interests and proximity, the Caribbean is our 'third border.' The U.S.-Caribbean 2020 Strategy guides our work in the region in six areas: security, diplomacy, prosperity, energy, education, and health,' said Linda Taglialatela, US ambassador to the OECS and Barbados.
[ClickPress, Thu Aug 16 2018] Family-run SN Travel played a key part in helping the Windrush generation return home to the Caribbean to visit their families and are now celebrating their 45th anniversary.
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