The Dominican Republic
This paper examines the articles and reports on the Dominican Republic’s long struggle for political, societal and economic stability.
The following paper looks at the combined elements of chaotic transition and developmental diversification that have traditionally hovered over the Dominican Republic . The author explores the continuing influence and effect that have resulted from the merging of these divergent factors.
The same white beaches and blue waters that drew Columbus to discover the shores of the Dominican Republic some five hundred years ago continue to draw the interest and attention of modern researchers and writers. In recent years, a wealth of information has been studied and published regarding the various factors that have historically shaped the political, societal and economic cultures of this Caribbean country as well as the forces and influences that continue to affect it today.