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The building of US satellite military bases in the Caribbean.

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Coast Guard officials say they need the bases for the war on drugs, but the issue has sparked much controversy in the Caribbean, particularly on the island of Petite Martinique which is part of Grenada. Amy is joined by Professor Paul Clement, originally from Petit Martinique and and the Public Relations Officer at the Petite Martinique Interest Group to discuss the building of a US Marine base on the island.

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- Paul Clement–Economist at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the Public Relations Officer at the Petite Martinique Interest Group.

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