Canning House Celebrates Belize Role In Central America:

The UK media has recently been showing considerable interest in Belize. This is mainly because Lord Ashcroft, the British Conservative Party’s Deputy Chairman , has extensive business involvement in the country. The Belizean Prime Minister, Dean Barrow, told his parliament earlier this year that “Ashcroft is an extremely powerful man. His net worth may well […]

Filed under: Politics | Posted on November 30th, 2009 by Colin D Gordon | No Comments »

Free But Elusive: London’s Suburbs Lose Their Standards:

London’s crowded newspaper market has suddenly become a little less congested. In September, Rupert Murdoch’s News International (which also owns The Times, The Sun, The Sunday Times and Sky Broadcasting, among many others) closed down ‘The London Paper’ The publication had a made a pre-tax loss of £12.9 million in the year up to 29 […]

Filed under: Media | Posted on November 24th, 2009 by Colin D Gordon | No Comments »

President Rafael Correa At The London School Of Economics: “The Winds Of Change Are Sweeping Across Latin America”:

“Ecuador has not recently been the easiest place to govern”. With these words, Sir Howard Davies, Director of the London School of Economics, introduced President Rafael Correa to the audience packed into the School’s Old Theatre on 27th October. At no point in the following ninety minutes did Correa disagree with this analysis. Though re-elected […]

Filed under: Politics | Posted on November 3rd, 2009 by Colin D Gordon | No Comments »


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