Beyond introducing falsehoods into public discourse, the spread of disinformation can undermine the possibility of discourse itself, by calling into question actual facts.
Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke presented a J$803bilion budget to the parliament on Thursday announcing a J$385.6 recurrent expenditure allocation for the Ministry of Finance and Public Service. This represents […]
In recent decades, we have seen remarkable progress on women’s rights and leadership in some areas. But these gains are far from complete or consistent – and they have already sparked a troubling backlash from an entrenched patriarchy.
A meeting between President David Granger and Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo to discuss the way forward to general elections in keeping with the country’s constitution, ended in a stalemate on […]
OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Inzulsa has declared his support of efforts by two OAS Secretary General Visits Salvadoran Prison and Shows Support for Process to End Gang Violence The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), José Miguel Insulza, today visited La Esperanza Prison, located on the […]
If anything, the many attempts to squeeze Macron into a traditional French political archetype show that European and global politics desperately need to be reframed to account for new arguments, narratives, and fault lines.
A report released by Britain ‘s National Archives on Thursday said Britain had been against United States plans to invade Grenada in 1983.
The documents indicate that then UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher and United States president Ronald Reagan were at odds over the plans to invade the Caribbean island after its revolutionary leader, Maurice Bishop and several of his cabinet ministers were executed by a section of the People’s Revolutionary Army (PRA) headed by then deputy leader, Bernard Coard.