Eastern Caribbean In Focus
A Guide to the People, Politics and Culture
The idyllic landscapes of the Eastern Caribbean belie a dramatic and often cruel history. Fought over by the imperial Navies and vulnerable to natural disasters, these small islands have also been marked by slavery, migration and a tradition of resistance. With their population rooted in every continent, a mix of influences has created today's cultural diversity and self-expression. As tourism replaces agriculture, the islands of the Eastern Caribbean face the challenge of economic survival and maintaining their distinctive identities. The countries focused on are: Trinidad and Tobago; St Vincent and the Grenadines; Anguilla; Antigua-Barbuda; Barbados; Dominica; Grenada; Guadeloupe; Martinique; Montserrat; Saba; St Eustatius; St Kitts-Nevis; St Lucia; and St Martin.
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