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Britain’s Royal Wedding Is Terrible News for Prince William Impersonators
Mueller investigation enters 2nd year, where is it headed? – The Mercury
Trump denounces Russia probe one year after Mueller appointment – Boston 25 News
Trump: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’ if Obama’s FBI Spied on My Campaign – Daily Beast
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaign – Washington Post
How Mueller’s First Year Compares To Watergate, Iran-Contra And Whitewater – FiveThirtyEight
FBI Director Sticks By Position: Mueller Probe Is Not A Witch Hunt – TPM
Trump Suggests the FBI Had an ‘Embedded Informant’ in His 2016 Campaign – TIME
‘Bigger Than Watergate!’: Trump Thinks the FBI Spied on His Campaign – New York Magazine
Trump team tries new tactics to discredit Mueller – Politico
DOJ inspector general completes long-awaited review of Hillary Clinton probe – Fox News
FBI Arrests ‘Rocket-Builder’ Former Boyfriend Of Woman Killed In California Explosion – NPR
Voice of America: International Edition 1305 EDT – May 17, 2018
Asignan un FEI al exjuez Rafael Ramos Sáenz
California Leaders Opposed To Sanctuary Law Meet With Trump – KPBS
This Trump Russia Conspiracy Theory Is Being Pushed By The President Himself – Bustle
From Russian Spies to Labor Discrimination: Trial Begins Against Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico
Héctor Pesquera: “Aquí hay que levantar a la Policía” – Primera Hora
Caribbean Recipes – Cook-Up Rice
Caribbean Recipes – Doubles
Caribbean Recipes – Baigan Choka
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The Future Cost Of Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy On The Caribbean
Bahamas Seeks US Assistance on Illegal Immigration

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Britain’s Royal Wedding Is Terrible News for Prince William Impersonators

Meghan Markle’s marriage to Prince Harry is the only monarchical topic people care about, prompting career crises; Going to ‘milk it for as long as I can.’

Mueller investigation enters 2nd year, where is it headed? – The Mercury


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Mueller investigation enters 2nd year, where is it headed?
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In this file photo, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, the special counsel probing Russian interference in the 2016 election, departs Capitol Hill following a closed door meeting in Washington. It was one year ago Thursday when Robert Mueller, the 
One year: Anniversary of start of Robert Mueller’s probeHerald & Review
Mueller may have a conflict — and it leads directly to a Russian …The Hill

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Trump denounces Russia probe one year after Mueller appointment – Boston 25 News


Boston 25 News
Trump denounces Russia probe one year after Mueller appointment
Boston 25 News
Mr. Trump’s tweet came a day after the current FBI Director, Christopher Wray, rejected assertions that the probe was a ‘witch hunt,’ telling a Senate panel that his agents are doing the best they can to find the truth about Russian meddling in the 

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Trump: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’ if Obama’s FBI Spied on My Campaign – Daily Beast


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Trump: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’ if Obama’s FBI Spied on My Campaign
Daily Beast
Donald Trump has said it would be “bigger than Watergate” if a theory that the FBI spied on his presidential campaign turned out to be true. The theory, which Trump attributed to former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy, doesn’t appear to have 
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaignWashington Post
Trump: Report that Obama FBI spied on campaign could be ‘bigger than Watergate’The Hill

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Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaign – Washington Post


Washington Post
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaign
Washington Post
President Trump marked the first anniversary of the special counsel’s Russia investigation Thursday by repeating accusations that the FBI had a confidential informant inside his 2016 campaign and by calling the probe “disgusting, illegal and unwarranted.”. campaign. Trump tweeted: “Wow, word seems to be coming out that the …

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How Mueller’s First Year Compares To Watergate, Iran-Contra And Whitewater – FiveThirtyEight


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How Mueller’s First Year Compares To Watergate, Iran-Contra And Whitewater
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It’s a big day for Robert Mueller and his team: One year ago today, Mueller was appointed to lead the special counsel investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russian officials. It’s a miracle, in some ways, thatMueller has 

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FBI Director Sticks By Position: Mueller Probe Is Not A Witch Hunt – TPM


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FBI Director Sticks By Position: Mueller Probe Is Not A Witch Hunt
TPM
FBI Director Christopher Wray reiterated his position that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia probe is not a witch hunt in an appearance before the Senate Appropriations Committee Wednesday, continuing to stake a position opposite to …
Trump denounces Russia probe one year after Mueller appointmentBoston 25 News

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Trump Suggests the FBI Had an ‘Embedded Informant’ in His 2016 Campaign – TIME


TIME
Trump Suggests the FBI Had an ‘Embedded Informant’ in His 2016 Campaign
TIME
President Donald Trump suggested Thursday that the F.B.I. under President Barack Obama had embedded an informant within the Trump campaign in 2016. The President attributed this claim to Andrew McCarthy, an editor at the conservative National …
‘Bigger Than Watergate!’: Trump Thinks the FBI Spied on His CampaignNew York Magazine
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaignWashington Post
Trump: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’ if Obama’s FBI Spied on My CampaignDaily Beast
The Hill –Fox News
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‘Bigger Than Watergate!’: Trump Thinks the FBI Spied on His Campaign – New York Magazine


New York Magazine
‘Bigger Than Watergate!’: Trump Thinks the FBI Spied on His Campaign
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Giuliani also appeared on Fox & Friends Thursday morning to stoke the flames, saying that if the FBI had spied on the Trump campaign, “That would be the biggest scandal in the history of this town, at least involving law enforcement.” This morning’s 
Trump Suggests the FBI Had an ‘Embedded Informant’ in His 2016 CampaignTIME
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaignWashington Post
Trump: ‘Bigger Than Watergate’ if Obama’s FBI Spied on My CampaignDaily Beast
Fox News –The Boston Globe –The Hill –National Review
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Trump team tries new tactics to discredit Mueller – Politico


Politico
Trump team tries new tactics to discredit Mueller
Politico
President Donald Trump and his allies ramped up their pressure campaign against special counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday — the one-year anniversary of his sprawling investigation — as they seek to discredit the probe that shows no signs of wrapping …
Trump marks Mueller anniversary by claiming FBI ‘spied’ on his campaignWashington Post

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DOJ inspector general completes long-awaited review of Hillary Clinton probe – Fox News


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DOJ inspector general completes long-awaited review of Hillary Clinton probe
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Horowitz’s review has already put top FBI official Andrew McCabe in legal jeopardy. The Justice Department’s internal watchdog sent a criminal referral for McCabe in April to the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington. That was in response to Horowitz’s 
Justice Department inspector general finishes draft of report on Clinton email caseBangor Daily News
DOJ watchdog completes Hillary Clinton reportWashington Times
It’s Coming: DOJ Inspector General Has Finished His Report on How the FBI Handled Hillary Clinton’s Email ScandalTownhall

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FBI Arrests ‘Rocket-Builder’ Former Boyfriend Of Woman Killed In California Explosion – NPR


NPR
FBI Arrests ‘Rocket-Builder’ Former Boyfriend Of Woman Killed In California Explosion
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FBI officials say they expect to charge a 59-year-old California man with “possession of an unregistered destructive device” following an investigation into an explosion on Tuesday that killed a California spa owner. Officials were quick to add that 
‘Not an Accident’: FBI Investigates After Beautician Killed in OC BlastNBC 7 San Diego

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Voice of America: International Edition 1305 EDT – May 17, 2018

International Edition delivers insight into world news through eye-witnesses, correspondent reports and analysis from experts and news makers. We also keep you in touch with social media, science and entertainment trends

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Asignan un FEI al exjuez Rafael Ramos Sáenz

El Panel sobre el Fiscal Especial Independiente (FEI) informó hoy que la entidad realizará una investigación contra el expresidente de la Comisión Estatal de Elecciones (CEE), Rafael Ramos Sáenz por el caso del chat de WhatsApp.

La presidenta del FEI, Nydia Cotto Vives, indicó que del informe que presentó el Departamento de Justicia surge que el exfuncionario “pudo haber incurrido en violaciones a varios artículos del Código Penal, del Código Electoral, así como de la Ley de Ética Gubernamental”. 

Entretanto, la entidad determinó que “no surge prueba ni recomendación que requiera ulterior investigación” contra el exsecretario de la Gobernación, William Villafañe, por su participación en el chat.

Cotto Vives informó que el fiscal especial independiente a cargo de la investigación contra Ramos Sáenz será Ramón Mendoza Rosario y Iris Meléndez Vega fungirá como fiscal delegada.

Según un comunicado de prensa, el FEI también “acogió  la recomendación de Justicia para que se analice la prueba —en unión con la evidencia recopilada— a fin de determinar si Itza García Rodríguez, Waleska Claudio, Yoniel y Yesenia Díaz Román pudieron haber infringido la ley por su participación e interacción con el exjuez Sáenz”

Los fiscales asignados al caso tendrán 90 días para realizar la investigación sobre los hechos y posteriormente deberán presentar su informe ante el FEI.

El 2 de mayo la secretaria de Justicia, Wanda Vázquez, refirió al FEI su informe de la ivestigación e incluyó una recomendación para designar un fiscal especial a Ramos Sáenz, así como también a los otros funcionarios públicos que participaron en el chat mientras se confeccionaba el Plan para Puerto Rico que presentó el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló en su campaña eleccionaria.

En ese momento, la secretaria informó que los fiscales de Justicia examinaron 34,375 documentos y 108 participantes en los chats.

Vázquez añadió que “de la investigación se desprende que el exjuez Ramos Sáenz compartió información privilegiada relacionada a su puesto”.

Tanto Ramos Sáenz como Villafañe, y los otros funcionarios implicados en el caso, renunciaron a sus puestos en el gobierno. 

California Leaders Opposed To Sanctuary Law Meet With Trump – KPBS


KPBS
California Leaders Opposed To Sanctuary Law Meet With Trump
KPBS
City and county officials from across the state who oppose California’s sanctuary-state law sat down with President Donald Trump Wednesday to voice their objections to the law, and they got a pep talk from the president who slammed the state for 

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This Trump Russia Conspiracy Theory Is Being Pushed By The President Himself – Bustle


Bustle
This Trump Russia Conspiracy Theory Is Being Pushed By The President Himself
Bustle
Back in August, Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson alleged before the Senate Judiciary Committee that the FBI had placed an informant inside Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016. Now, both Trump and Rudy Giuliani — the president’s newly appointed …

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From Russian Spies to Labor Discrimination: Trial Begins Against Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico

The top federal official in Puerto Rico, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez-Vélez is implicated in a trial over retaliation and hostile work environment against the Federal Prosecutor’s Office that began this week.
Héctor Pesquera: “Aquí hay que levantar a la Policía” – Primera Hora


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Héctor Pesquera: “Aquí hay que levantar a la Policía”
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Caribbean Recipes – Cook-Up Rice

Caribbean Recipes – Cook-Up Rice

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 20, 2018: One of the more popular one-pot dishes from the South American CARICOM nation of Guyana is cook-up or cook-up rice. The meats here can be substituted with chicken or just plain beef or simply cooked down with coconut milk, vegetables like callaloo and ochros and seasonings and served as a vegetarian option but at the end of the day, this is one delicious meal. Here’s the typical Guyanese recipe:

INGREDIENTS

    • 2 cups parboiled rice or 2 cups long grain rice
    • ½ lb salted beef (cut into bite sized pieces)
    • 1/2 lb pig’s tail (cut into bite sized pieces)
    • 1 lb fresh beef (cut into stew sized pieces
    • 1onion
    • 2 cloves of garlic
    • 1 can coconut milk
    • 1 tomato
    • 1 sprig fresh thyme
    • 2 cups water or as necessary
    • 1 can gungo peas, black-eyed peas, red kidney peas
    • Salt, to taste
    • 1 scotch bonnet pepper
    • 6 small ochros (optional)
    • 1 bunch spinach or half a pack of spinach or a bundle of callaloo leaves.
    • 2 Tablespoons Guyana Casareep
    • 2 Tablespoon oil

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METHOD

Season fresh beef or other meat being used if any with all of your favorite dry and wet seasoning. Set aside.

Add oil and the pig tail and salt beef together into a pressure cooker and sauté until it runs off any liquids.

Add water and pressure for about 15 mins or until tender.

Drain the water, remove from pressure cooker, and set aside.

Add the seasoned fresh beef or other meat to the pot and sauté until it runs off any liquids.

Add oil and cassareep to meat and coconut milk and pressure until tender.

Add in can of peas – black eye, gungo etc.

Wash rice and add to pot.

Add back the salt beef and pig tail.

Add in all other seasoning and additional water to cover rice and bring to boil.

Then lower heat and cover pot to steam rice.

Half way through add ochros and callaloo.

Add a little bit more water if needed.

Steam rice until it is cooked though and loose, not pasted together. Season with salt to taste.

Serve with a cucumber salad and tomato ketchup and enjoy!

PS: When making the no meat version, simply add rice, peas, coconut milk, seasonings and veggies to one pot and cook until rice is tender and loose.

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Caribbean Recipes – Doubles

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 27, 2018: Doubles is a Trinidadian delicacy that is basically a snack-sized sandwich made of two flat-breads known as bara, filled with a curried chickpea (or channa filling) and served with hot sauce. Here’s the recipe from our Trinidadian friends.

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INGREDIENTS

Flat Bread or Bara

1 lb flour

1 tsp turmeric

1 tbsp. baking powder

1 tsp yeast

1/4 tsp. sugar

1 tsp. salt

2 cups water

1 tbsp. oil

oil for frying

Chick Peas or Channa

2 cans of Chick Peas

2 tbsp. oil

1 tsp. curry

1 tsp. turmeric

1 tsp. cumin/geera

1 tsp. masala

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped

1/2 onion, finely chopped

½ Scotch Bonnet Pepper

5 leaves cilantro or chadon beni chopped finely

Salt to taste

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METHOD

Flat Bread/Bara

Mix all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl.

Add water and knead until a smooth dough is formed.

Add a tablespoon of oil over the dough and cover with a cloth and let it rest for at least 1 hour or until double in size.

Spread a thin layer of oil over a clean flat surface and start making little dough balls, about 2 inches in diameter.

Heat oil over a medium to high flame.

Take each ball and flatten out the dough with your hands like you are making a tiny pizza.

Fry in hot oil on both sides for 7 to 10 seconds and then drain on paper towels.

Chick Peas Or Channa

Heat about two tablespoons of oil over a medium flame.

Add the onion, pepper and garlic and sauté.

Mix the curry powder, cumin or geera, and masala in water and add to the pot.

Sauté until golden and the curry is just about to get dry.

Drain the cans of chick peas/channa and add, quoting all of the peas.

Pour enough water to cover the channa and simmer for about 15 minutes.

When its nearly finished, smash a few of the chick peas or channa to thicken the sauce.

Mix in the finely chopped chadon beni or cilantro and adjust salt to taste.

SERVING

Overlap two of the small flatbreads or bara on wax paper.

Add the curried chick peas or channa filling and top with pepper sauce or a tamarind or mango chutney and serve hot.

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Caribbean Recipes – Baigan Choka

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 11, 2018: This week, we bring you a unique Caribbean recipe that is especially known in parts of Guyana and Trinidad. It’s baigan choka or roasted eggplant. Here’s the recipe.

INGREDIENTS

1 large eggplant

4 garlic cloves

1 medium tomatoes (seeded and cut into 6 wedges)

1⁄4 cup onion, finely chopped

2 teaspoons vegetable oil

1⁄8 teaspoon scotch bonnet pepper (minced) (optional)

DIRECTIONS

Wash eggplant and make slits in it with a knife.

Peel garlic cloves and stick into the slits made in the eggplant.

Insert tomato wedges into the slits.

Rub the eggplant with a teaspoon of oil.

Roast over an open flame (for example, a gas cooker) until soft. Do not grill because the taste will not be the same. The open flame imparts a smokey flavor which gives this dish its signature flavor.

Additionally you can place into a Ziploc bag and microwave on high for about 5-6 minutes.

When eggplant is soft, slit the charred or microwaved skin lengthways with a knife and scrape out the soft somewhat stringy pulp. Discard skin.

Mash the pulp, tomato and roasted garlic in a bowl with a fork.

Add 1 tsp oil to a non-stick frying pan and cook 1/4 cup onion until fragrant but not translucent.

Add the barely cooked finely chopped onion, salt to taste and scotch bonnet pepper to the eggplant pulp.

Serve with Sada Roti or Naan (Indian flatbread)

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The Future Cost Of Trump’s ‘America First’ Policy On The Caribbean

By David Jessop

News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. May 15, 2018: At first sight, last week’s decision by the US President to abrogate the hard-won 2015 UN Security Council deal on nuclear weapons with Iran may seem to have little bearing on the Caribbean.

What it does, however, is take US exceptionalism to a new level. It ignores the interests of the co-signatories to the agreement including Russia and China and close allies in the EU, all of which continue to believe that the agreement represents a viable way of curbing Iran’s nuclear intent. More broadly, it demonstrates to every other state that Washington has abandoned multilateralism and in the singular pursuit of its own objectives will in future ignore previously valued allies.

Speaking about this in Brussels, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker observed that the US decision suggests that the US is turning its back on multilateral relations, “no longer wants to cooperate with other parts of the world” and is doing so “with a ferocity that can only surprise us”.

In moving against Iran, the US Administration has made clear that its policy will be applied in ways that will not only cause US companies to cease doing business there, but through the enforcement of secondary sanctions it will try to halt almost all third country trade with Tehran. Although the full details have yet to emerge, new US regulations will mean for example that EU companies from Airbus to Total engaged in any Iran-related commercial activity will potentially be subject to prosecution in the US courts, as will any bank facilitating related trade or investment decisions.

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For Caribbean states other than Cuba, Iran is of little consequence as a trading partner. However, Washington’s ‘America First’ unilateralism may resurface next in a hemispheric context after Venezuela’s May 20th Presidential elections, if as widely expected, President Maduro is re-elected.

Discussions in Lima at the time of the Summit of the Americas and comments made subsequently by Mike Pence, the US Vice President, about the need for Latin American and Caribbean nations to do “more, much more” to impose sanctions on Venezuela, suggest that this is now the administration’s direction of travel.

If that happens, the economic and social consequences for the Caribbean could be severe, particularly if as some in Washington suggest, the US decides to place an embargo on Venezuelan oil exports which account for 95% of the country’s foreign-currency earnings.

In February, the US Council on Foreign Relations spelt out the implications of what this could mean for the region. In its report ‘A Venezuelan Refugee Crisis’, it noted: ‘The United States should consider not only the potential damage and disruption caused to Venezuela’s neighbors by a refugee crisis but also the implications of the crisis for US interests.

The economic, national security, and health costs imposed on the United States by a potential disruption in Venezuelan oil production, an increase in drug trafficking, or an epidemic, respectively, would be substantial. The United States can do little to prevent Venezuela’s further downward spiral. However, it can and should take measures to mitigate the political, economic, and humanitarian consequences of a potential mass emigration’.

For the geographically proximate Caribbean, the practical consequences of a unilateral change in US policy with such an outcome would be catastrophic. There are already three million Venezuelan’s who have felt they have no option other than to become economic refugees in Colombia, Brazil, Trinidad, Guyana and the Dutch speaking Caribbean, and there is little capacity to support more.

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This is not to defend what is now happening Venezuela. Although Caracas blames external forces, the private sector and the divided opposition, this long ago ceased to be a plausible excuse for the continuing mismanagement of Venezuela’s vast oil wealth, the mistaken policies that have led to hyperinflation, the decisions that have resulted in hunger, corruption and violence, or the poverty and disease that now afflicts parts of the country.

Notwithstanding, President Maduro makes clear that his position is ideological, and that his government will not negotiate away its revolutionary principles with any nation. Rather, once re-elected he “will call for a great national dialogue for peace”, but how he intends on reviving the country’s collapsing economy or rapidly restoring stability, remains a mystery.

What this suggests is that short of supporting a military-led coup, the US will continue to pressure the Caribbean to engage in transactional politics over new sanctions on Venezuela or suffer the consequences of whatever it decides its post May 20 response will be.

Washington is now seeking a US made world based on unilateral foreign and economic policies that through tariffs, sanctions and dispensations seek to place it in a position of global economic supremacy.

Other nations, including those in the Caribbean, of course think differently and value multilateralism, seeing it as a way of maintaining their independence of thought and action.

Changing US policy suggests that a new global political climate is developing that will cause all economic and trade relationships to be subject to question and challenge, eventually destabilizing existing political and military alliances.

Despite Washington’s sometimes unwarranted past actions, it has always seemed reasonable to believe that US multilateralism would continue, and that its broadly liberal values, willingness to listen and debate would lead those at the highest levels in Washington to find and deliver rational and consensus-based solutions. It is what bestowed great power status and more recently enabled it to share peace globally through balance and proportionality.

The US decision on Iran marks a watershed in international relations. It will require even relatively powerless nations in divided regions like the Caribbean to determine how best to respond to the increasingly divergent positions of the US, China, the EU27, the UK, and Russia as well as to the region’s hemispheric neighbors.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: David Jessop is a consultant to the Caribbean Council and can be contacted at david.jessop@caribbean-council.org Previous columns can be found at www.caribbean-council.org.

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Saved Stories – The News and Times: Justicia federal busca sustituir a Rosa Emilia Rodríguez – NOTICEL noticel.com/ahora/justicia…
The News and Times of Puerto Rico: 7:29 AM 5/17/2018 – Senate Panel Backs Conclusion That Moscow Attempted to Boost Trump
mikenov on Twitter: Justicia federal busca sustituir a Rosa Emilia Rodríguez – NOTICEL noticel.com/ahora/justicia…
mikenov on Twitter: 8:32 PM 5/16/2018 – Justice Department Seeks Ouster of Top Puerto Rico Prosecutor – Front Page Review pr-us.org/2018/05/17/832…
The News and Times of Puerto Rico: 8:32 PM 5/16/2018 – Justice Department Seeks Ouster of Top Puerto Rico Prosecutor – Front Page Review
mikenov on Twitter: The Justice Department is attempting to replace the top prosecutor in Puerto Rico as concerns rise regarding about potential public-contracting fraud wsj.com/articles/justi… via @WSJ
mikenov on Twitter: At a Crossroads, Part II: No More Shadows: The Future of Intelligence Oversight in Congress @WarOnTheRocks warontherocks.com/2018/05/at-a-c…

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