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Face-to-Face with Bri. Maya Tiwari
by Gowkarran Suhkdeo & Gary Girdhari
LFS Burnham, Leader or Scoundrel?
by Seopaul Singh
The PPP/C is most Centrist Party. Beware...
by Gary Girdhari
Mr. President: I Dare Say...
by Gary Girdhari
Was McCarthyism Pathological?
by Paul N. Tennassee
The Politics of Diversity
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
Will We Endure the Freedom?
by Gary Girdhari
For the Love of Peace
by Gary Girdhari
Splitting Hair to Cover Hair
by Dolly Hassan PhD
Religion and Violence
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
The U.N. Financing for Development
by Paul N. Tennassee
Anti-Communism & Anti-Terrorism
by Paul N. Tennassee
Violence in Guyana – how crime has become a preoccupation
by Gary Girdhari
The Role of Accountants and Auditors in Fighting Corruption
by Lal Balkaran
Education in Trouble
by Harry McD. Persaud
Israeli Terrorism...
by David Gokarran Sukhdeo
Indians, Africans & Guyanese
by L.D. Persaud
The Formation of the PPP
by Dr. Odeen Ishmael
Iraq Invasion
by Dr. Gary Girdhari
My Guyana: Notes from a Visitor
by Norman N. Datt
Guyana: Illusions and The Real Thing
by L.D. Persaud
Are We Nearer to a Preemptive Attack on Iraq?
by Dr. Gary Girdhari
Carter Deserves the Noble Peace Prize
by Paul N. Tennassee
President Carter: For Peace, Bread and Justice
by Gary Girdhari
Change: Perspective for Guyana
by LD Persaud
Not Just Prayer, but a Complete Cultural and Moral Revolution
by Gowkarran Sukhdeo
Guyana Politics: Power Sharing Governance: the case For and Against
by Kenneth Persaud
Kitchrie 2002: An Extravanza of Indo-Caribbean Music , Dance & Drama. A Review
by Gary Girdhari
Conflict Resolution Conference at Howard University Remarks
by Amb. Odeen Ishmael
Conflict Resolution Conference at Howard University. A Critique
by Gowkarran Sukhdeo
The Civil Rights Movement and Violence of the 60's
by Gowkarran Sukhdeo
The Race Problem
by Paul N. Tennassee
The Race Problem. III: Who was the Architect of Independence?
by Paul N. Tennassee
Guyana: Musing on Crime: How Buxton Lost Its Glory!
by Rev. Seopaul Singh
Where are The Weapons of Mass Destruction?
by Frederick Mallay
Reflection on Regime Change
by Gary Girdhari
The Oneness of Humankind
by Frederick Mallay
US Trade Policy
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
Bush Policy on Aid
by Candra Grant
Peace making: on the recent episode of violence
by Kampta Karran
The Invisible Minority
by Richard Rupnarain
Pageantry of Criminality in Guyana
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
"Civilized" Human Rights
by Gary Girdhari
Global Governance and Migration: Towards a Normative, Migratory Framework
by Holly Kirkpatrick
Indian Women of Guyana: Reflection of their Existence, Survival and Representation
by Janet A. Naidu
Can the World Summit on the Information Society Contribute to Development?
by Karla Suarez & Luis Alejandro Otero
The Massacre of the Jaikaran Family At Chance, Mahaicony
by Seopaul Singh
A Discussion with Guyanese Poet Balwant Bhagwandin with M. Stephanie Browne
Perspective
Thoughts on the Academic Diaspora from the Indo-Caribbean Community

by Gokarran Sukhdeo

They Pimp Buxton, Now They Want to Pimp Rodney
David Hinds
The Guyana Crime Scene
A Closer Look at David Granger’s Comments on Arming CPG’s and the Army Role in Civil Society

by Seopaul Singh

remembering... Diwali in My Village
by Ganesh G
Guyana Flood: Setbacks in Disaster Preparedness
by Seopaul Singh
Tsunami Rescue and Recovery and Disaster Preparedness
by Seopaul Singh
guyana’s continental destiny.
A Vision to be Enbraced and Transformed
by Paul N. Tennassee
The Waddington Commission Report and the first PPP Congress
by Odeen Ishmael
The Interim Government in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael
The Man in the Penthouse
by Janet A. Naidu
Nirmala’s Torment Full Story
by Harry Bissoon
The Devotional and Relentless Ramlakhan
by Janet A. Naidu
Walter Rodney
by Zinul Bacchus
Walter Rodney: Twenty-five Years Later
Kenneth Persaud
Walter Rodney
Rodney
Labor & Finance: World Confederation of Labor
Relation with the International Financial Institutions

by Paul N. Tennassee
The 1980 Guyana Elections
Virtual Army Coup Kept PNC in Power
by Odeen Ishmael
The PNC Regime’s Shifting Ideological Positions in the 1970’s
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The 1968 Election Rigging in Guyana. The role of the U.S.
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The UN and Civil Society. Our Challenge: Voices Of Peace, Partnerships And Renewal
by Paul N. Tennassee
The Rupununi Uprisings Revisited. Need for a Full Account
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
The December 1968 Electoral Fraud in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
President Bharrat Jagdeo Address to the OAS
Cold War Politics & the Cubana Massacre
by Charles Persaud
The December 1968 Electoral Fraud in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
President Bharrat Jagdeo Address to the OAS
All is Not Lost for Sugar
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
The Failure of Burnham’s “Feed, Clothe and House the Nation” Plan
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The Rupununi Revolt. A Documentary Account
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Kean Gibson's Dualism of Good and Evil
A Rebuttal
by Veda Nath Mohabir
The Ankoko Incursion
by Odeen Ishmael
January 2nd: Amerindian Remembrance Day – a Day of National Mourning
by Seelochan Beharry PhD
Water – the Gift of Life
by Gary Girdhari
The Rigged Referendum of 1978
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Ethno-National Politics in Guyana: Responding to David Hinds
by Dr. Randy Persaud
The Rigged 1973 Elections in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Guyana-Suriname Border Issue – from the 1960s to 2004
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
A Blueprint for Effective Government Controls In Third World Countries
by Lal Balkaran
Does Cultural Identity Lead to Violence
The Arnold Rampersaud Trials
Remembering Walter Rodney
Remembering The Enmore Martyrs
Political Slant and Cant
Lies, Lies, and More Lies From the Main Opposition in Guyana
Deconstructing the PNC/WPA
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
The Rigged 1985 Election in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Struggle of Indians for US Citizenship
by Inder Singh
Remembering Walter Rodney
Rodney Speaks...
Remembering The Enmore Martyrs
by Moses V. Nagamootoo
Fragments from memory: The Long Strides Of Patriots
By Moses V. Nagamootoo
The offer of Critical Support by the PPP
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Pre/Post Elections: I refused to be a neemakharam
by Moses Nagamootoo
IMF and the Global South
by Paul N. Tennassee
My Motto for the next 5 years: Consolidation. Construction & Crime Reduction
by Gokarran Sukhdeo
Mass Murder, Secret Plots and Political Assassinations in Guyana (1978-1980)
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The PPP Proposal for a National Front Government
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Recognizing Domestic Violence And How To Deal With It
By D. Gokarran Sukhdeo
Memories
The vagaries of primary school boys in a multicultural society at Christmas time in colonial Guyana in the bauxite mining town
.
By Jeff Trotman
The Upper Mazaruni Hydro-Electric Project
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Guyana’s Economic Decline During 1985-1991
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The Rigged 1985 Election in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Race, Evolution and Behavior: Implications for Guyana’s Future
by Gary Girdhari
Aspects of Guyana’s Foreign Policy During 1966 - 1970
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Retention and Transculturation of Hinduism in the Caribbean
By Janet Naidu
Marking Cheddi Jagan’s 10th Death Anniversary . . .
The Final Journey Home

by Odeen Ishmael PhD
The Intensified Struggle for Electoral Reforms in Guyana (1990-1992)
by Odeen Ishmael
Why was Barama Negotiating Mining Contracts on its Forestry Concessions?
by Seelochan Beharry PhD
Dr. Cheddi Jagan and the forestry industry in Guyana
by Seelochan Beharry PhD
Domestic Violence: Reconciliation and Improving Relationship
by Gokarran Sukhdeo

Recognizing Domestic Violence And How To Deal With It
By D. Gokarran Sukhdeo
OCTOBER is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in New York City. DV – Available Help for Immigrants
By D. Gokarran Sukhdeo
Hopetown Chinese Settlement. The first village experiment in Guyana
By Basdeo Mangru PhD
Sakhi means “woman friend”
Bix Gabriel and Shivana Jorawar Speak About Domestic Violence
Guyana Journal Interview
The Songs of Multiculturalism
by Lakshmi Persaud
Chile’s Mining Strike at La Escondida has Ended
But the Nation’s Labor Struggle Continues

By Makiko Kurosaki
Cultural Issues for HIV/AIDS Clients from the Caribbean. Myths and Realities
by Patrick Coggins PhD

The Formation of the PPP-Civic Alliance
by Odeen Ishmael
Nanobiotechnology - The New Size of Medicine
By Judith S. Martinez
The October 1992 Elections: The Restoration of Democracy in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael
Conference on the Caribbean – a 20/20 Vision
Size Is Not Destiny, Regionalism Is

by Indira Rampersad
The Arnold Rampersaud Trials
by Odeen Ishmael PhD
Restoration of Democracy in Guyana
by Odeen Ishmael
Memo to the Caretaker Government of Bangladesh
By Walid Bin Saifullah
African Slave Trade and Slavery: Reparations – A Preferred Remedy
by Moses V. Nagamootoo

Beryl Joseph – A Conversation
By Jeff Trotman
A Little Boy From Christianburg
Now a Top U.S. Career Professional

by Jeff Trotman
The Fraudulent Local Government Elections in Guyana 1970
by Odeen Ishmael
The Rush Towards Privatization 1989-1992
by Odeen Ishmael
Energy Crisis Looms Ahead
by Dr. Indira Rampersad
Indo-Caribbean – Migration and Cultural Retention
by Janet A. Naidu
Indian Militancy On Sugar Estates – the 1869 Leonora episode
by Basdeo Mangru
Beryl Joseph – A Conversation
By Jeff Trotman

Ashook Ramsaran
An Immigrant Success Story
Hinduism: On the Wings of Liberty and Vitality
by Lakshmi Persaud
X-13 Plan: Blueprint of Ongoing Crimes
The question is whether the infamous “X-13 Plan” is still backed by “sophisticated political leadership”

by Seopaul Singh CEM, CHS
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