Caribbean Report 11-07-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:28)
2. Uneasy calm prevails in Jamaica's troubled West Kingston area. Former Police Commissioner Trevor McMillan and Assistant Commissioner of Police Arthur Martin are interviewed. Emma Joseph reports (00:29-04:53)
3. Question of extending British citizenship to overseas territories is being debated in London. Former Governor of Bermuda Lord David Waddington said that he was happy that the bill would clear up an area of resentment. Baroness Valerie Amos and Former Governor of Bermuda Lord David Waddington are interviewed (04:54-09:18)
4. Former United States diplomat faults Caricom and the OAS and Washington for their so-called pro-Aristide stance. Former US Ambassador to Haiti Ernest Preeg is interviewed (09:19-12:14)
5. Government officials in the Dominican Republic have expressed disappointment that the country will not get the full backing of Caricom for Santo Domingo's quest for a seat in the United Nations Security Council. President Vicente Fox is interviewed and Bertrand Niles and Jean-Michel Caroit report (12:15-14:24)
6. Caribbean is sticking to its position that it will oppose a new rounds of global trade talks unless the need of Small States are taken into account. Caricom outgoing Chief Negotiator Sir Shridath Ramphal is interviewed (14:25-15:38)