Other Publications

UWI-GLOBAL Belt and Road Research Bulletin: Making the Belt and Road Initiative Work for the Caribbean Issue 2

In the Issue
Infrastructure-Led Development: Making the Belt and Road Initiative Work for the Caribbean
Melanie Callender-Forde

The Global South Still Needs Development: Can the Belt and Road Deliver?
Annita Montoute & Joel Richards

China: Beyond COVID-19
Sandra Ochieng’-Springer

The Caribbean-China Relationship: What Lies Beneath the Headlines
Francois Jackman

Differing Human Rights Traditions Between China and the Commonwealth Caribbean – The Challenges of Convergence
Hamid Ghany

The CRC @ 30: What does it Mean for Caribbean Children

The Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) of The University of the West Indies in collaboration with the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) staged the 14th Annual Caribbean Child Conference in Barbados on November 14-15, 2019. The conference celebrated the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the adoption on the Convention of the Rights of the Child (CRC) and was held under the umbrella theme of “Promoting Child Rights through Research”.

Pandemics & Children’s Rights

This publication, `Pandemics and Children’s Rights,’ arose from the staging of the 15th Annual Child Virtual Research Conference (November 25-26, 2020). It showcases insights and depictions from Caribbean children and young teenagers (8 years of age to 17) on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the region.

UWI-GLOBAL Belt & Road Research Bulletin: Caribbean Perspectives on the Belt & Road Initiative Issue 1

In the Issue
China from Afar:  The Familiar ‘Other’ The Question of Development from the West Indies to the Far East
Ruben Gonzalez-Vicente

China’s Engagement with the Caribbean: Situating the Role of The University of the West Indies
Don D. Marshall

Overseas Chinese and the Chinese State: Pulling the Strings?
Yan Liu

China Represents a Window of Opportunity for Barbados and the Caribbean
Dr. Chelston Brathwaite

The Belt and Road Initiative and the Caribbean-China Investment Policy Framework
Alicia Nicholls & Jan Yves Remy

China and the Caribbean: The Potential for a Clean and Integrated Energy and Transportation System
Janak Sodha & Tom Rogers

U.S. – China Rivalry Heats Up in the Caribbean
Richard L. Bernal OJ