Introduction. The Caribbean Community The CARICOM Economy Caribbean Politics and Governance Background to Independence and Integration Integration processes Wider regional relations, Cuba, DR, ACS PetroCaribe Foreign policy in CARICOM Future of CARICOM integration. The Caribbean Community.
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* in particular Jamaica and Barbados where while smaller parties might exist the two main parties dominate with power alternating between them
*e.g in Trinidad and Tobago, the People's National Movementremained in power from 1956 to 1986. In Antigua, the Antigua Labour Party In Saint Kitts and Nevis, the Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party and Grenada’s Grenada United Labour Party.
The quest for an optimal political structure continues to arise as observers assess such factors as:
The Caribbean Community has sought to establish and maintain a strong linkage with all other countries and territories.
Guided by Revised treaty
Coordination vs harmonization