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Caribbean governments have been quick to implement policies of deregulation, liberalization and privatization. They have been supported by their intellectuals who have been equally quick too embrace globalization and too ready to concede the end of national sovereignty.
Kari Levitt argues that it is time to reclaim the right to development and the right of nations to engage in the international economy on their own terms. She advocates an international rule-based orderwhich permits space for member countries to follow divergent paths to development according to their own philosophies, institutions cultures and societal priorities.