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Grenada Case Study (2010)

Also known as the Isle of Spice, Grenada offers a rich history and wealth of experience to those who travel to it. Characterized by warm beaches and soft sands the Island Nation, which consists of a series of islands including Carriacou and Martinique, provides opportunities to explore its natural treasures by diving in its tropical waters, or exploring the depths of its rainforest. While its  
environment makes it a natural marvel to all who visit, its legal and political systems showcase the strength and determination of a people and country still new in independence but old in culture and traditions. This case study will explore the country, its history, the people, the politics, and laws of this Caribbean Gem.


Area of interest: Grenada

Year: 2010

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