News & Announcements

November 2018 – Alicia Nicholls latest contribution entitled “Will current WTO rule-making reform proposals benefit Caribbean Small States?” to the University of the West Indies’ Shridath Ramphal Centre for International Trade Law, Policy & Services is published in Barbados Today and on Nation News online.

November 2018 – Alicia Nicholls contributes feature entitled “Climate Change: Rebuilding for Resilience” to Caribbean Export Development Agency’s 3rd Edition of its Caribbean Export OUTLOOK magazine.

November 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article Why WTO Reform Matters for Caribbean Small States is quoted in the Barbados Business Authority article “WTO Reform ‘Vital'” of November 25, 2018.

October 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article Could Promoting Bilingualism Give Caribbean Countries a Trade and Investment Advantage? is republished in the Barbados Business Authority.

October 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article US-China Trade Tensions: What may these mean for the Caribbean? is republished in the Barbados Business Authority“Assessing US-China trade tensions”.

October 2018 – Alicia Nicholls is co-contributor to article entitled “Barbados’ repeal of its Fiscal Incentives Act – Necessary Evil or Impermissible Impossible?” published in the Trading Thoughts column of the University of the West Indies Shridath Ramphal Centre for International Trade Law, Policy & Services.

September 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article on Urgent WTO reform needed, says G20 Trade and Investment ministers is quoted in article entitled “WTO Reform ‘a must” in the September 24th edition of the Barbados Business Authority.

September 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article on the new CARICOM Protocol on Contingent Rights is published in the CSA Newsletter for September 2018.

April 2018 – Alicia Nicholls’ article on Plastic Waste Emergency in Caribbean Sea: What is the Region Doing About It? is quoted in an article entitled “Plastics hurting economy” in the April 15 edition of the Barbados Business Authority.

March 2018Alicia Nicholls’ article published in the Barbados Business Authority on the implications for the Caribbean of a possible trade war.

November 2017 – Alicia Nicholls‘ latest publication is an article on Trump’s Tax Policy in the 2017/2018 Winter edition of IFC Review! 

April 2017Alicia Nicholls presented a paper at the 18th Annual SALISES Conference 2017, a major academic conference organised annually by the University of the West Indies (UWI). The Conference was hosted this year  by the Trinidad (St. Augustine Campus) at the Hyatt-Regency Hotel in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago over the period April 26-28, 2017. Alicia’s paper is a work in progress and is entitled “Economic Citizenship and Freedom of Movement of the Caribbean Community National: An Irreconcilable Tension?”. The theme of this year’s conference was “Small Nations, Dislocations, Transformations: Sustainable Development in SIDS”.

April 2017Alicia Nicholls was quoted in this article entitled Hopes for Caribbean Trade Boost in Barbados’ leading business magazine, the Barbados Business Authority. Read the entire article here.

April 2017 – An article written by Alicia Nicholls on Brexit was republished in the leading business magazine in Barbados, the Barbados Business Authority. Have a read of the online version here: Seize the Brexit Moment.

March 2017 – Alicia Nicholls was a panellist representing FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS at the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) International Business Forum 2017 entitled “Is the Barbados International Business Sector Under Attack?” on March 31st in Barbados. The panel discussed the topic “The Trump Presidency – Implications and Opportunities for IFCs“.

March 2017 – Alicia Nicholls is quoted in this article “Treat sport as a business” by Trinidad-based publication Newsday.  Read the article here.

March 2017 – ACP YPN/CTLD joint written submission to the UK House of Commons’ UK-US Trading Relations Inquiry published.

March 2017- Alicia Nicholls published a commentary entitled “Cabral Douglas v the Commonwealth of Dominica” in the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) Newsletter – March 2017.

March 2017 – Alicia Nicholls was a panellist at the Trinidad & Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) Future of Sport Conference on March 9th in Trinidad.

March 2017 – Alicia Nicholls published an article entitled “De-Risking: The ‘Perfect Hurricane’ Threatening Caribbean IFCs” in the forthcoming IFC Review 2017.

February 2017 – ACP YPN and CTLD submitted joint written evidence to the UK House of Commons International Trade Committee’s UK-US Trading Relations Inquiry.

February 2017 – Alicia Nicholls was one of the trade expert panellists on FITT’s Trade Elite Twitter Chat on “What’s Next for NAFTA”.

January 2017 – Alicia Nicholls was featured as the Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) featured member of the month for January 2017.

January 2017 – Alicia Nicholls’ blog article “Trump Presidency: What Priorities for US-Caribbean Economic Engagement” was republished in Stabroek News.

December 2016 – Alicia Nicholls published an article entitled “The Trump Doctrine: A re-write of US-Caribbean relations?” in the Caribbean Studies Association’s CSA Newsletter December 2016.

December 2016– Alicia Nicholls published an article entitled “Priorities for Strategic US-Barbados Relations Under a Trump Presidency” on Business Barbados.

November 2016 – Alicia Nicholls’ contribution “Statesman and Visionary” was published in the edited book “Fathering a Nation: Barbados and the Legacy of Errol Walton Barrow” (edited by Guy Hewitt)

November 2016 – Alicia Nicholls’ article “The Sustainability of Citizenship by Investment Programmes“ was published in Henley Partners’ Global Residence and Citizenship Review Q3 2016.