Located between Puerto Rico and British Virgin Islands, the US Virgin Islands includes about 352 square km spread across three larger and 50 smaller islands. Tourism is the mainstay of the economy, with over 2 million visitors to the tiny islands every year. They also have one of the largest oil refineries in the world. The former Danish colony was purchased by the USA in 1917. It is a self-governing unincorporated US territory. They have […]
Turks & Caicos Islands are an archipelago of 30 coral islands at the southeastern end of the Bahamas.  90% of the people are African Caribbean, but many include undocumented immigrants fleeing from Haiti.  The islands are a territory of the UK, however issues with drug trade significantly affect the islands’ administration.  The majority religion is Christian Protestant, although most of the undocumented Haitians are Catholic so the exact numbers are not known. As much as […]
Trinidad and Tobago are two islands off the coast of Venezuela. Oil and gas provide half the export earnings, and low inflation and a growing tourist sector make it the strongest Caribbean economy. However, as the nation becomes a major transshipping site, there is a rising concern over drugs. The islands have religious freedom for all, with the majority being Christian, followed by Hindu. Yet there is little cohesion between churches and denominations. The South […]

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