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answer with essays of approximately 250 words eachBook Understanding the Contemp

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answer with essays of approximately 250 words eachBook Understanding the Contemporary Caribbean (2nd ed.) by Richard S. Hillman, and Thomas J. D’Agostino (editors) (ISBN #: 978-1-58826-663-7) Chapter 4: According to Thomas J. D’Agostino, “…certain aspects of the British colonial legacy inhibited Jamaica’s pursuit of independence and stability” by depriving Jamaicans of a true revolutionary experience leading to a condition wherein independence amounted to “separation, but not transformation.” Do you agree? Defend your position either way.
Chapter 5: Dennis A. Pantin and Marlene Attzs maintain (pages 152-157) that there are “six main economic problems that Caribbean economies will face, in common, in the near term: 1) the collapse of preferred arrangements for traditional exports; 2) liberalization in the context of globalization, such as made under World Trade Organization rules and new trading agreements with the European Union Economic Partnership Agreement; 3) stubborn unemployment, particularly among youth, and concomitant growing social deviance, including violence, crime, and drugs; 4) foreign debt burdens; market risks faced by the more dynamic sectors of recent years — tourism, offshore finance, and information processing; and, 6) vulnerability to natural disasters, exacerbated by climate change…” Choose ONE of the above listed potential problems and propose an intelligent and creative solution. Use your imagination, but demonstrate your understanding of the problems the Caribbean faces.
Chapter 6: Jacqueline Anne Braveboy-Wagner remarks that accepting foreign aid from organizations like the World Bank or the International Monetary fund brings with it a vulnerability to their demands (pgs.177 & 181) Explain the various forms in which these demands are made on Caribbean countries and how this affects their relations with other nations.
Chapter 12: Dennis Conway maintains that remittances have become an essential financial input for Caribbean families of all classes. Explain the two uses to which he says remittances are put and give examples. In addition, loss of talented individuals has resulted in a “brain drain.” How has this affected Caribbean countries. Explain. BOTH parts of this question must be answered.
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