Leadership Lessons From Jamaica's Prime Minister

"Leaders must be prepared to look at their people and say, 'No look, you put me here to lead, this is the direction in which I think we ought to go and this is the direction in which I proceed to take you.'"

Improving Jamaica's Relationship With the U.S.

A recent dispute over the extradition of drug kingpin Christopher Coke strained the country's relations with the Obama Administration. Prime Minister Golding says they're on the mend.

Drug Crime Is an International Issue

Prime Minister Golding says that drug-related crime in Jamaica and other countries in Latin America should not be seen in isolation: "It is a global problem. And therefore it’s something that we all have to work, work, work on."

Fighting Crime and Spreading Hope

Jamaica has been one of the more dangerous countries in the world for years, but an intensive anti-crime push has brought the murder rate down 42% since May. To fight crime, says Golding, you need to give young people a future.