Is it time for a Caribbean Basin Initiative 2.0? By Georges Fauriol / January 24, 2019Recent U.S. involvement in the Caribbean Basin has been defined by Whac-A-Mole-like reactionary policy. It’s time for a new coherent strategy for security and development in the Caribbean. Foreign Policy & U.S./Latin America RelationsGangs, Guns, Drugs and Islamic Foreign Fighters: Security Challenges in Trinidad and Tobago By Evan Ellis / REvanEllis / September 8, 2017Trinidad and Tobago is, on paper, one of the Caribbean’s success stories. But the inter-related problems of gangs, corruption, and radical Islam plague the island nation.