Blog – Citizenship

May 18, 2011

Second Citizenship – For Whom?

It is a very mixed group of people who are interested in Dominica’s second citizenship programme these days. Firstly, there are those applicants whose own national passport is worthless as a travel document.  By this I mean they can visit very few countries without visas, and such visas are difficult to obtain with their national passport. Secondly, there are others […]

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April 20, 2011

Succession Planning – A different perspective

Succession Planning is usually associated with the corporate world. Entrepreneurs and senior  members of corporations make plans to secure a successor for their exit from these companies. Their exit may be due to retirement, illness or otherwise.  Elaborate succession plans are drawn up to facilitate a smooth transition in order to ensure the continued maximization of the value […]

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March 30, 2011

Lessons from the Middle East uprising and Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant

As we watch events unfold in the Arab world, particularly in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, and as we helplessly wait and watch, dreading the potential catastrophic outcome of the spread of radiation from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan if its container vessel casings pop, I realize that there are a few […]

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March 23, 2011

The Future of the Caribbean

  The Caribbean Islands conjure up, to most, a picture of sea, sand, sun, fun and frolic. To the Uk and US governments, the Caribbean islands seem like constantly buzzing mosquitoes they keep trying to swap but somehow allow miss.  Over the past two centuries the Caribbean Islands seems to have narrowly survived but what […]

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March 15, 2011

A case for dual citizenship or a second passport

We have all watched in horror at the events which unfolded in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and more recently the earthquake and resulting Tsunami in Japan. The rising water levels produced by the Tsunami have been noted as far as the Caribbean.  One begins to wonder, perhaps for the first time, about the prophetic nature of […]

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