Funny how the article talks about a "small republic of South America". Talk about Israeli egotistic vision of the world. Guyana is a modest but succesful country, with inequalities (like Israel), and with no desire or need to build on "hard power" (unlike Israel), but the point is: have you seen the territorial size of the "small republic"? How many Israels fit in there? Maybe if we stop looking at ourselves like a superpower, which is not a reality, we may be free to find our place in the concert of nations.
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from the article: 1997: Jewish-American woman becomes president of Guyana