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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in UsefulNotes/NorthAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in UsefulNotes/SouthAmerica are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).

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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} Bermuda in UsefulNotes/NorthAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in UsefulNotes/SouthAmerica are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).

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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in UsefulNotes/NorthAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).

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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in UsefulNotes/NorthAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America UsefulNotes/SouthAmerica are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).


This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in UsefulNotes/NorthernAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).

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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in UsefulNotes/NorthernAmerica, UsefulNotes/NorthAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).


This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while Bermuda in Northern America, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).

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This is a list of the Caribbean countries that aren't part of UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica. Because of that, some countries that are geographically part of the Caribbean like UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}} or the UsefulNotes/DominicanRepublic are not here, while Bermuda UsefulNotes/{{Bermuda}} in Northern America, UsefulNotes/NorthernAmerica, Belize in Central America and Guyana and Suriname in South America are. What separates these countries from Latin America is the prominence of West African and Anglo-Indian[[note]]And we mean real Indians from the Indian subcontinent, not a misleading term for Native Americans. The British imported quite a lot of Indians as indentured laborers, FYI[[/note]] culture among the populace, whereas Latin/Romance culture dominates elsewhere. Just think of this list as a list of countries who are members of a "Caribbean Community" (a real organization, known as CARICOM, headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana).


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