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Hugh’s research areas include new regionalism and development, small state diplomacy, competitive strategies for small states, democracy in small states, regional security issues and international regimes.

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Hugh Todd

Hugh H Todd is a lecturer at the University of Guyana. He teaches business management and marketing courses as well international trade in the Department of Business and Management Sciences. Mr. Todd is attached to the Graduate School at the University of Guyana where he is a facilitator in International Relations courses covering Issues in Regional Politics and International Relations within Latin America and the Caribbean.

 

Hugh completed his secondary education at the Mackenzie High School and  holds a B.Sc in Management (with Distinction) from the University of Guyana and an MSc in Global Studies from the University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine. Mr. Todd began his career in the military- serving in the Guyana Defense Force Coast Guard, and is a graduate of the Britannia Royal Naval College (UK). Additionally,  he has been an entrepreneur for approximately 10 years.

 

Mr. Todd is an avid regionalist and his research areas include new regionalism and development, small state diplomacy, competitive strategies for small states, democracy in small states, regional security issues and international regimes.

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