Commonwealth Caribbean

Commonwealth Caribbean

Commonwealth Caribbean

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The term Commonwealth Caribbean is used to refer to the independent English-speaking countries of the Caribbean region. Upon a country's full independence from the United Kingdom, Anglophone Caribbean or Commonwealth Caribbean traditionally becomes the preferred sub-regional term as a replacement to British West Indies.

The independent island-nations that are considered as Commonwealth Caribbean include:

Anglophone Caribbean may sometimes also refer to the independent English-speaking countries considered regionally as the "Mainland Caribbean". These include:

Sometimes, it also includes the current Caribbean British overseas territories, however they are usually just referred to as the "British West Indies," and they include:

The Anglophone Caribbean can also include:

Bermuda is often excluded from the term "Anglophone Caribbean" due to its location in the North Atlantic Ocean. The U.S. Virgin Islands and the English-speaking islands of the Dutch West Indies, although in the Caribbean, are often excluded due to their lack of a British colonial heritage. Because the Dutch never imposed their language on their Caribbean colonies to the extent of Great Britain and other colonial powers,...
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