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Raymond Mark Kirton most recently served as the Director of the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, St. Agustin Trinidad.
Marlon Anatol is a Senior Fellow at the Cipriani College of Labour and Cooperative Studies.
Introduction: Contemporary Issues in Caribbean and Latin American Relations by Raymond Mark Kirton and Marlon Anatol
Chapter 1: The Guyana Shield in a Changing Regional Environment: Challenges and Opportunities by Raymond Mark Kirton
Chapter 2: The Impact of Venezuelan Immigrants on Crime in Trinidad and Tobago: A Critical Evaluation by Marlon Anatol, Amanda Anatol, and Sacha Joseph-Mathews
Chapter 3: Leveraging the Asylum System to Overcome Immigration Barriers in Small Island States by Ashaki L. Dore Chapter 4: To Expand or not to Expand? Utilizing Geopolitical Analysis to Examine CARICOM’s Potential Enlargement in the 21st Century by Kai-Ann D. Skeete
Chapter 5: The Foreign Policy of the Cuban Revolution: Half a Century of Cuba-Caribbean Relations by Jacqueline Laguardia Martinez and Milagros Martinez Reinosa
Chapter 6: Reflections on the Socially Responsive Regional Integration Process of UNASUR: A Small State Perspective by Ruben Martoredjo
Chapter 7: Validating the Dimensions of Human Security Using a Factor-Analytic Procedure by Clement Henry
This is an excellent and timely volume. It fills an important gap in scholarly literature. I highly recommend it for academics, students, and policymakers.— Jonathan D. Rosen, New Jersey City University