A. Explain the concept of regional integration.
B. Outline the attempts that have been made at regional integration in the Caribbean and discuss the factors that help to hinder integration in the region.
Name: Sushana-Gay Shepherd
Institution: Justice Training Institute
Lecturer: Farrah Christian
Due Date: October 20, 2009
Assignment No. 1
Regional Integration can be seen as a good plan for the betterment of the entire region to come together and live as one. Sharing within the region will allow each and every person a chance to achieve a goal in life, as long as they are giving the opportunity to do so. Regional Integration will allow entrepreneurs to buy and sell throughout the region, without being hassled by immigration even though there are set backs that can allow these plan to fail. A form of set back can be drug trafficking. Each region has the rules and there regulations and if it is going to be better working together they must abide by the laws so that the plan of the region will be successful.
The Caribbean was faced with global economic convulsions of unprecedented proportions, which had reinforced convictions that regional integration “is the last best hope” for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). According to the oxford dictionary
• Regional – relating to or characteristics of a region. Relating to regions of the country rather than the capital. • Integrate – bring or come into equal participation in an institution or social group.
In other words we can say that Regional integration are regions or countries that come together in equal participation to form a social group.
However, Regional Integration is where countries that have the an aim, an objective and has a goal to achieve, comes together and signs an agreement to participate together as one countries that can be located geographically close that can enhance regional cooperation and safeguard or promote participants to improve the...