|EDITORIAL - Golding, the press and libel laws
Prime Minister Bruce Golding is scheduled, this morning, to deliver what could be among the most defining speeches of his public life when he addresses a seminar on press freedom and corruption prevention.
Thwaites' education proposal
THE CLAMOUR of crime and violence and of local government elections, and the intertwining of both, have drowned out many other voices. Timing is critical in communication, and Rhodes Scholar Ronald Thwaites, Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Kingston... - Martin Henry
A new kind of politics
TOUBA, Senegal: THREE HOURS' drive east of Dakar, along a smooth road through the Senegalese savannah, we turn into the dry, dusty city of Touba. A squat, sprawling place of a few hundred thousand people - it is growing so fast, its actual population is not known - Touba has the...John Rapley
NOTE-WORTHY: Drug war fuels crime
Peter Phillips made the common mistake of confusing drug-related crime with prohibition-related crime in his December 2 column. Attempts to limit the supply of illegal drugs while demand remains constant only increase the profitability of drug trafficking. For addictive...