Editor’s note: This post is sponsored and produced by Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. When Georgia State University Clinical Professor Leonard Jackson joined the Regynald G. Washington […]
Haiti never seems to be far from Elizabeth Blake’s mind. Or so it seemed when she spoke at the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta downtown on Feb. 21 or even when […]
The focus of a new Sister Airport Cooperation Agreement between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Airports Authority of Jamaica is to share best practices and technological developments. According to […]
Book: La Americana – A Memoir Author: Melanie Bowden Simón Review by: Leslie Gordon, director, Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University In La Americana, Melanie Bowden Simón describes […]
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta always frames its Cuba trips as a chance to see the country before it “changes,” implying that its slow reforms could alter the chance to […]
“Trust me, we want to do this,” is what Collin Laverty, the founder and president of Cuba Educational Travel, told a skeptical Charles Shapiro, a former ambassador to Venezuela and […]
In Cuba’s economy today, U.S. companies are largely like actors who can only watch the drama play out while companies from Europe, Brazil and elsewhere steal the show.
It may still be a Communist country, but Cuba’s newly restored embassy in the United States is wasting no time in preparing American capitalists to tap opportunities in the market […]
Editor’s note: Barbados Comes to Atlanta is sponsoring Global Atlanta through the nation’s consulate general in Miami. Update: This article has been updated to highlight the menu at the event, […]
The prime minister of the island nation of Barbados is set to visit Atlanta in May for a major business and cultural festival that aims to recruit investors while solidifying ties with its diaspora.