Raymond Chickrie

Born in Guyana, RAYMOND CHICKRIE was a teacher in the New York City public school system, New York, currently teaching in the Middle East.
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Economic Diplomacy and Guyana Which country today is not looking to attract foreign direct investment (FDI)? The issue of economic development has led to major changes in many countries appr...
During the recent Eid-ul-Adha holiday, I went to Lebanon and visited the following places: Beirut, Tripoli (Trablous), Sidon (Saida), Tyre (Sour) and the Bekka Valley. For some strange reason, I was n...
Since the visit of President Jagdeo to Tehran, all sorts of unfounded accusations, baseless speculations and superfluous insinuations, most expressing anti-Iran hysteria, have appeared in the Guyanese...
When I spoke to Arabs I met in the Gulf (where I currently live) about my plans to visit Yemen half didn’t say much, while the other 50% ask “why Yemen?” They themselves prefer l...
The participation of Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett to the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) 36 Foreign Minister’s meeting in Damascus, Syria on May...
Guyana’s membership in the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) since 1998 and participation in the Arab-South American Summit forum has draw this small English-speaking country closer to...
President Jagdeo recent visit to Greece and Libya demonstrates Guyana's new trust in renewing ties with countries in that region. The President's state visit to Qatar was cancelled at the request o...
The 35th meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) kicked off on June 18 in Ugandan capital, Kampala. The Surinamese delegation to the K...
Over three years have passed since the government spoke about the need to rotate ambassadors, yet that has not happened. It was merely a pretext to swap ambassadors between Caracas and Washington,...
I would like to congratulate Guyana’s new Foreign Minister, Ms Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett on her new post and ask her a few questions. Guyana currently does not have an ambassador to the Unit...
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