Dasent, C. Omelda
The Caribbean has been variously and always arbitrarily defined. There are, however,
three conceptions that are widely accepted by writers, commentators, and foreign policy
specialists: the insular Caribbean, which includes the English-speaking islands in the
Caribbean archipelago; the Caribbean archipelago which encompasses all the islands in the
Caribbean Sea plus the mainland extensions of Guyana, Suriname, and Cayenne on the
South American mainland, and Belize on the Central American...[Show more]
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