UWI-Global Belt & Road Research Bulletin Issue 2

Inside the Issue:

  • Infrastructure-Led Development: Making the Belt and Road Initiative Work for the Caribbean by Melanie Callender-Forde
  • The Caribbean-China Relationship: What Lies Beneath the Headlines by Francois Jackman
  • Differing Human Rights Traditions Between China and the Commonwealth Caribbean – The Challenges of Convergence by Hamid Ghany

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This publication is a compilation of the short listed and winning presentations featured at the 14th Annual Caribbean Child Conference, a joint collaboration between The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) of The University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus and the United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF). The conference was staged in Barbados on November 14-15th 2019.

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UWI-Global Belt & Road Research Bulletin Issue 1

The UWI-Global Belt and Road Research Network is an interdisciplinary research group engaged in informing and evaluating the deepening framework of cooperation and the emerging development partnership between China and the wider Caribbean region.

Inside the issue: 

  • China From Afar: The Familiar ‘Other’: The question of development from the West Indies to the Far East. By Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente
  • China’s Engagement with the Caribbean: Situating the Role of the University of the West Indies. By Don. Marshall
  • Overseas Chinese and the Chinese State: Pulling the Strings? By Yan Liu

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