Caribbean & Central America

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Caribbean & Central America - August 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- El Salvador’s top court strikes down amnesty law
Central America
- NICARAGUA: Ortega ends speculation over his running mate
- PANAMA: Varela unveils budget
- ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: COSTA RICA
- GUATEMALA: Morales presents half year balance sheet
- HONDURAS: Getting guns off the streets a major challenge
Caribbean
- CUBA: Migrant issue continues to fester
- HAITI: Privert officially calls the vote
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: DR settles debts with the IMF
- THE BAHAMAS: FNM struggling for unity as election looms
- GUYANA: Indian population decline and the realities of opposition rattle PPP
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
Postscript
- Deficiencies in Central America’s education provision exposed

Caribbean & Central America - July 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- A one-party election in Nicaragua
Central America
- COSTA RICA-REGION: Solís seals Sica re-integration
- EL SALVADOR: Reduction in violence offers chink of light
- GUATEMALA: Positive fall-out of anti-impunity efforts continues
- PANAMA: Varela hails ‘new era’ of Panama Canal
- HONDURAS: Political femicides
Caribbean
- CUBA: Castro government admits to Venezuelan contagion
- HAITI: Another institutional vacuum in Haiti
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Education – a pending issue facing Medina
- REGION: A key moment for Caricom
- GUYANA: Second major oil find to be “explosively transformative”
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
Postscript
- Seeking to address the Northern Triangle refugee situation

Caribbean & Central America - June 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- St Lucia votes for relief from “merciless and choking taxation”
Caribbean
- JAMAICA: No sign of the growth required to fulfil jobs promises
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Opposition unites to challenge electoral results
- HAITI: CEP ends speculation
- CUBA: US-Cuba air cooperation takes off
Central America
- HONDURAS: Kerry confirms US$5.2m for Maccih
- ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: HONDURAS
- EL SALVADOR: Sánchez Cerén comes out firing in annual address
- COSTA RICA: Fallas urges congress to approve fiscal reform
- GUATEMALA: Morales points to further progress in anti-corruption efforts
- NICARAGUA: Candidacies launched ahead of November
- PANAMA: Varela seeking to recover credibility
Postscript
- Press freedom concerns persist in the region

Caribbean & Central America - May 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- Medina secures re-election but opposition also fares well
Caribbean
- BELIZE: Belize’s Barrow trying to control the hotheads
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
- HAITI: Another deadline goes unmet
- CUBA: Pushing ahead before November
Central America
- HONDURAS: Honduran authorities remain under strong pressure over Cáceres case
- EL SALVADOR: Special force deployed to combat maras
- GUATEMALA: Another two years for Cicig
- PANAMA: Varela back on the defensive as another scandal breaks
- NICARAGUA: More controversy over ‘Gran Canal’
- COSTA RICA: Solís midway through his mandate

Caribbean & Central America - April 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- El Salvador’s Sánchez Cerén ratchets up pressure on gangs
Central America
- PANAMA: Panama makes international headlines for all the wrong reasons
- NICARAGUA: Human rights concerns build ahead of November
- ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: COSTA RICA
- HONDURAS: Cleaning up the police - again
- GUATEMALA: New constitutional court
Caribbean
- CUBA: Obama’s diplomacy goes beyond baseball
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Medina and PLD in cruise control
- HAITI: An April vote ‘unlikely’
- BELIZE: Border tension with Guatemala “at an all-time high”
- BELIZE: Strong rebound for Belize economy
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
Postscript
- El Salvador and Honduras lead the way in inequality reduction

Caribbean & Central America - March 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- Unachievable targets set to haunt new Jamaica government
Caribbean
- GUYANA: Granger moves fast to defuse prison crisis
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Opposition seeks to link Medina to international corruption
- HAITI: Moving towards a transition government
- CUBA: Obama offers more carrots to Cuba ahead of trip
Central America
- HONDURAS: Hernández hints at 2017 bid, but his confidence may be misplaced
- GUATEMALA: Morales held to account over a key pledge
- EL SALVADOR: Former heads of state face corruption trials
- COSTA RICA: Solís's visit to Guatemala brightens Sica’s outlook
- PANAMA: Off the grey list
- NICARAGUA: Manoeuvring in the electoral court
Postscript
- Central America in search of foreign investment

Caribbean & Central America - February 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- Guatemala: Morales takes up the reins of power
Central America
- EL SALVADOR: Will Taiwanese corruption case die with Flores?
- COSTA RICA: Solís under pressure after record murder rate
- ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: PANAMA
- ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: NICARAGUA
- HONDURAS: Supreme court election drags on under cloud of scandal
Caribbean
- CUBA: Karl Lagerfeld anoints Cuba’s street cred
- HAITI: Heading into a power vacuum
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: And they are off!
- JAMAICA: Portia presses the button
- ST KITTS & NEVIS: Harris struggling with Douglas legacy
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
Postscript
- Sica joins forces to fight Zika

Caribbean & Central America - January 2016 (ISSN 1741-4458)

Leader
- Another election date comes and goes in Haiti
Caribbean
- REGION: Continuing reverberations over new Commonwealth secretary general
- ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES: Opposition still challenging fourth election defeat
- CARIBBEAN POINTERS
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Judicial corruption scandal dominates start of electoral year
- CUBA: Come fly with me
Central America
- HONDURAS: Economic recovery continues
- COSTA RICA-NICARAGUA: ICJ hands down long-awaited verdict
- GUATEMALA: Budget passed
- PANAMA: Key judicial posts filled
- EL SALVADOR: Main political parties mired in corruption mudslinging
Postscript
- Gender violence concerns persist

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