Author: Ravi Dev

Ravi Dev is a consultant with the Guyana Times.
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The PNC and Crime Inquiries

The PNC and Crime Inquiries

Last month, I wrote about the 20th anniversary of the Ethnic Riots of Jan 12, 1998....

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Seeds of ethnic conflict

Seeds of ethnic conflict

Commendably, there are a significant number of commentators who have realized that...

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PNC’s nation

PNC’s nation

With the PNC is back in power (under the fig leaf of “APNU”) and its leader Mr David...

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Integrating Guyana

Integrating Guyana

Politically, Guyana is a country like a bear caught in a trap and can only eat away...

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Anti-Indian Political violence

Anti-Indian Political violence

This Friday will mark the 20th anniversary of the Jan 12th 1998 Ethnic Riots, when...

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Federalism to end ethnic conflict

Federalism to end ethnic conflict

In the lead up to our Independence-era ethnic violence, Sir Arthur Lewis, considered...

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Why men rebel

Why men rebel

A couple of years after the 1992 elections, I, along with Eusi Kwayana and several...

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Kali: A foundation stone of NY Indian-Caribbean community passes on

Kali: A foundation stone of NY Indian-Caribbean community...

I was in New York over the past two weeks during which one of the foundation stones...

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Burnham’s Legacy

Burnham’s Legacy

President David Granger has vowed to continue the legacy of Forbes Burnham, the...

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Agonism; not antagonism, in Federalism

Agonism; not antagonism, in Federalism

While I have condemned the politics of entitlement unleashed in Guyana, I have always...

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The Politics of Entitlement

The Politics of Entitlement

Last week, I reprised one explanation of the dynamics of our politics in Guyana...

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Text and context in Integral Humanism

Text and context in Integral Humanism

Returning to Guyana from the US in 1990, I wrote a paper “For a New Political Culture”,...

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Integral Humanism and Constitutional Change

Integral Humanism and Constitutional Change

In Guyana, while the Government seems to have lost its appetite for constitutional...

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Group identity and Constitutional change

Group identity and Constitutional change

While the Government has finally proposed a consultative mechanism for initiating...

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Coalitions in Guyana and T&T

Coalitions in Guyana and T&T

With some cracks appearing in the coalition that constitutes APNU, even after the...

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Identity and politics

Identity and politics

One of the most poignant cries heard in Guyana has to be, “Why do we have to call...

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