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.   



Caricom flags
A look at why it's important to get the free movement of Caribbean people to work.
Caricom leaders
There are some practical ways in which CARICOM leaders can make an impact on the everyday lives of Caribbean people, writes David Jessop.
Mia Mottley
Caribbean Intelligence takes a look at the first month (and a bit) in office of Barbados's first female Prime Minister Mia Mottley.
Lord Kitchener being interview by Pathe on the Empire Windrush
Part two: Debbie Ransome explores the literary and musical legacy of the Windrush years for Caribbean Intelligence.
Seychelles beach with plastic waste
Away from the global headlines, G7 leaders heard keynote presentations on climate resilience and funding from Jamaica and the Seychelles.
repairing hurricane damage in the BVI [picture: DFID]
At the start of Hurricane Season 2018, Caribbean Intelligence looks at some of the resilience and "bounce back" projects underway since the deadly 2017 season.
Three men on the Windrush
A British Library exhibition seeks to showcase the historic and cultural ties between Britain and the Caribbean for the 70th anniversary of the Windrush arrival.
Big Ben Westminter
UK Overseas Territories ask how the UK parliament can act so casually when an entire economy is at stake.
Trinidad Prime Minister Keith Rowley
Trinidad and Tobago Diaspora came to meet their prime minister and “tek a drink”. What they got was a detailed briefing on the country’s new economic challenges.
Us dollars
Once again, the Caribbean finds itself in the crossfire of sanction threats, from steel to Venezuela.

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