Caribbean News Analysis

Caribbean Intelligence: Your one-stop Caribbean

Your one-stop spot for news and  analysis.


Welcome to our Caribbean and Diaspora News Hub.

Below, Caribbean Intelligence has a news Twitter feed which follows the major newsrooms and news sources in the Caribbean, its neighbours and the Diaspora. 

Further down the page, you'll find our own news analysis stories on regional and global stories on issues affecting the Caribbean.


Your one-stop shop for Caribbean and Diaspora News, analysis and regular round-ups.   



cruise ship
David Jessop asks whether this is the time for the Caribbean to move to high-value tourism as the world's largest cruise destination.
coral reef damage
From building back better on land to measuring hurricane damage to coral reefs, is 2018 about to be the year of infrastructure for the Caribbean?
hurricane map
Caribbean Intelligence takes a brief look-back on the news in and affecting the Caribbean and its Diaspora in 2017.
tourist bike in Cuba
Caribbean Council consultant David Jessop assesses the winners and losers of President Trump's planned changes to ties with Cuba.
Dominica Commonwealth Secretariat picture
Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland talks to Caribbean Intelligence about climate change, COP23 and the Caribbean.
2017 has seen some major moves towards legalising the use of small amounts of marijuana across the Caribbean.
a forklift truck in Dominica
'Build back better' has become the Caribbean and global mantra after the 2017 hurricane season. But it will be a costly and difficult path.
Barbados flag
From agriculture to digital laws, Barbados has been putting in place some long-term infrastructural work, as Caribbean Intelligence has been finding out.
oil rig
From oil to military co-operation, the role of Russia in the Caribbean continues to grow.
The Caribbean's travel industry pull together post-hurricane plans to revive damaged resorts and entice visitors back to the region.

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