This edited volume assesses the policy options and business opportunities for small island states thrust from post-colonial protection into a fast changing, externally driven and intensely competitive global marketplace where most have few natural advantages, and where some may be ill equipped to survive.
Includes chapters from:
- Anthony T. Bryan, Center for Strategic and International Studies, University of Miami
- Trevor Carmichael QC, Deputy Secretary General of the International Bar Association
- Winston Dookeran, Weatherhead Centre for International Affairs, Harvard
- Adonna Jardine-Comrie, Department of Geography and Geology, University of the West Indies
- David Jessop, Executive Director of the Caribbean Council
- Martin Lodge, ERSC Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation, LSE
- Lindsay Stirton, ERSC Centre for Competition and Regulation, University of East Anglia
- Elizabeth Thomas-Hope, Head of the Environmental Management Unit, University of the West Indies
Gordon Baker is an Associate Fellow of Chatham House and chairman of the Caribbean Study Group.