Governance and electoral continuity and change in the Caribbean

The Caribbean has long enjoyed a reputation for being one of the most democratic regions in the world. Despite the Caribbean’s seeming confidence in the ballot, however, countries in the region nevertheless face considerable challenges in keeping their democracies alive. Elections alone do not make a democracy; rather, there are many other factors that must be taken into consideration in order to ensure good governance.

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Guyana’s fading opportunities

A major electoral crisis in Guyana has put its newfound regional influence, as a result of incoming oil wealth, and its relations with other Caribbean countries on the line.

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