and also sees his writings as an example of “the possibility of communication and curiosity in a world divided by violence.” Her book (in-process), ''Braided Histories'' on 18th-century Suriname studies networks (social network) of communication and association among families, both slave and free, on the plantations of Christian and Jewish settlers. http: www.forward.com articles a-star-historian-opens-a-new-chapter-jewish-slave
. Surinamebadminton.hyves.nl. Retrieved on 12 July 2013. Virgil Soeroredjo also participated for Suriname at the 2012 London Summer Olympics (Badminton at the 2012 Summer Olympics), only the second badminton player, after Oscar Brandon, for Suriname to achieve this. Results And Medalists. London2012.com. Retrieved on 12 July 2013. Multiple K-1 champion and legend, Ernesto Hoost, is from Surinamese descent. Rayen Simson, another legendary multiple world champion kickboxer, was born in Suriname. Remy Bonjasky also a multiple K-1 champion was also born in Suriname. MMA (Mixed martial arts) and Kickboxing champions
Jungerman Remy Jungerman were born in Moengo. '''Wageningen''' is a community resort (resorts of Suriname) and an agricultural place in the Republic of Suriname and located in the coastal area of West Suriname in the Nickerie District, at the harbour of the Nickerie river across the right estuary of the Maratakka river. Wageningen is well known as the rice centre of Suriname and is located on the world map as 5° 46' NB, 56° 41' WL. Wageningen has the presence of large piece of fertile land, desired climate with enough rainfall and the absence of natural disasters. '''Totness''' is a town in Suriname, located in the Coronie district, of which it is the capital. Totness once had a Scottish (Scotland) settlement. The Surinam-Guyana Submarine Cable System has its landing station in Totness. It connects the telecommunications networks in Surinam with those in Guyana and Trinidad and from Trinidad to the rest of the world. Submarine Telecoms Forum, Issue 52, retrieved August 1, 2010 Wikipedia:Suriname Dmoz:Regional South America Suriname Commons:Category:Suriname
of Navigation was moderated in favour of the Dutch. ) is an Indo-Aryan language (Indo-Aryan languages) and the lingua franca of North India and Pakistan.
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explorers for food. Today, they are threatened by loss of habitat, poaching, entanglement with fishing gear, and increased boating activity. Several of Sirenian International's scientists study Antillean manatees in Belize, which may be the last stronghold for the subspecies. Funds for research, education, and conservation projects are desperately needed in other Central American nations. * Somalia, U.N. representatives in New York covers Canada * Suriname, embassy in Washington
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states of the Union of South American Nations Category:Member states of the United Nations Category:World Digital Library related In 1972, at a conference in Suriname, Betico Croes (MEP) proposed a "sui-generis" Dutch Commonwealth of four states: Aruba, the Netherlands, Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles, each with its own nationality. Mr. C. Yarzagaray, a parliamentary member representing the AVP political party, proposed a referendum for the people of Aruba
Ireland . *1975 – Suriname joins the United Nations. *1977 – Jean-Bédel Bokassa, president of the Central African Republic, crowns himself Emperor Bokassa I of the Central African Empire. The company was initially relatively successful; in the 1620s and 1630s, many trade posts or colonies were established. The largest success for the WIC in its history was the seizure of the Spanish silver fleet, which carried silver from Spanish colonies to Spain, by Piet Heyn (Piet Hein (Netherlands)) in 1628; privateering was at first the most profitable activity. In 1629 the WIC gave permission to a number of investors in New Netherlands to found patroonships. The New Netherland area, which included New Amsterdam, covered parts of present-day New York, Connecticut, Delaware, and New Jersey. Other settlements were established on the Netherlands Antilles, several other Caribbean islands, Suriname and Guyana. In Africa, posts were established on the Gold Coast (Dutch Gold Coast) (now Ghana) and briefly in Angola. It was a neo-feudal system, where patrons were permitted considerable powers to control the overseas colony. In the Americas, fur (North America) and sugar (South America) were the most important trade goods, while African settlements traded slaves—mainly destined for the plantations on the Antilles and Suriname—gold, and ivory. The company was the dominant slave trading entity of the time, and probably in all of history. http: old.antislavery.org breakingthesilence slave_routes slave_routes_netherlands.shtml *Netherlands East Indies – A collection of Dutch (Netherlands) colonies, officially since the end of the Napoleonic Wars, up to 1799 controlled by the Dutch East India Company but occupied and administered by the British (British Empire) in an interregnum during the Napoleonic Wars under the authority of the Kew Letters. Became independent as Indonesia in 1945. *Netherlands Guiana – became Suriname, with parts of British Guiana and French Guyana disputed in the 19th and early 20th centuries. *Netherlands New Guinea – adjacent to the Netherlands East Indies until 1949, became part of Indonesia in 1963 as Irian Jaya. * Indo-Aryan (Indo-Aryans) – speakers of Indo-Aryan languages originating from Northern India, eastern Pakistan, Bangladesh and southern and central Sri Lanka. * Indo-Caribbean – Caribbean people (found mostly in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica) and South American people (found mostly in Guyana, Suriname)of South Asian origins India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka * Indo-Europeans (Proto-Indo-Europeans) – hypothetical pre-historic people that spoke the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European language. *Seychelles claims the Glorioso Islands *territorial dispute between Suriname and French Guiana *territorial claim in Antarctica (Adelie Land) In 1853, gold was discovered in the interior, precipitating border disputes with Brazil and Dutch Guiana (these were later settled in 1891, 1899 and 1915, though a small region of the border with Suriname is still disputed). Indeed the Republic of Independent Guyana, in French ''La République de la Guyane indépendante'' and commonly referred to by the name of the capital "Counani", was created in the area which was disputed by France (as part of French Guyana) and Brazil in the late nineteenth century. Map of disputed areas between France and Brazil '''French Guiana''' is an overseas region of France, located on the northern coast of South America between Suriname and Brazil. '''Disputes - international:''' Suriname claims area between Litani River (Litani River, South America) and Marouini River (both headwaters of the Lawa (Lawa River, South America)) *1971 – The first unit of the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, the first commercial nuclear power station in Canada, goes online. *1980 – The Suriname government is overthrown by a military coup (1980 Surinamese coup d'état) which is initiated with the bombing of the police station from an army ship off the coast of the nation's capital, Paramaribo *1983 – Statute of Autonomy (Statute of Autonomy of the Balearic Islands) approved for the Balearic Islands. It is now possible to travel overland to Suriname by taking the ferry on the Guyana side at Moleson Creek and crossing the Corentyne River over to Suriname at South Drain. While travel to Brazil is via the old cattle trail it has been upgraded into a fair weather track that passes through the bauxite-producing town of Linden and ending at Lethem. Two neighbours have longstanding territorial disputes with Guyana. Since the 19th century, Venezuela has claimed all of Guyana west of the Essequibo River — 62% of Guyana's territory. At a meeting in Geneva in 1966, the two countries agreed to receive recommendations from a representative of the UN Secretary General on ways to settle the dispute peacefully. Diplomatic contacts between the two countries and the Secretary General's representative continue. Neighbouring Suriname also claims the territory east of Guyana's New River, a largely uninhabited area of some Wikipedia:Suriname Dmoz:Regional South America Suriname Commons:Category:Suriname
ethnic_groups 27.4% East Indian (Indo-Surinamese) 21.7% Maroon (Maroon (people)) 15.7% Creole Afro-Surinamese (Afro-Surinamese) 13.7% Javanese (Javanese people) 13.4% Mixed (Multiracial) 8.2% others ethnic_groups_year 2012 demonym Surinamese capital Paramaribo latd 5 latm 50 latNS N longd 55 longm 10 longEW W largest_city Paramaribo government_type Unitary (Unitary state) parliamentary (parliamentary system) constitutional republic leader_title1 President (President of Suriname) leader_name1 Dési Bouterse leader_title2 Vice-President (Vice President of Suriname) leader_name2 Robert Ameerali legislature National Assembly (National Assembly (Suriname)) area_km2 163,821 area_sq_mi 63,251 area_rank 92nd area_magnitude 1 E11 percent_water 1.1 population_estimate 573,311 population_estimate_year July 2014 population_estimate_rank 167th population_census 492,829 Algemeen Bureau voor de Statistiek in Suriname – Census profile at district level population_census_year 2004 population_density_km2 2.9 population_density_sq_mi 7.6 population_density_rank 231st GDP_PPP_year 2014 GDP_PPP $9.240 billion GDP_PPP_rank GDP_PPP_per_capita $16,716 GDP_PPP_per_capita_rank GDP_nominal $5.273 billion GDP_nominal_year 2014 GDP_nominal_per_capita $9,539 Gini_year 1999 Gini_change Gini 52.9 Gini_ref Gini_rank HDI_year 2013 HDI_change increase HDI 0.705 HDI_ref HDI_rank 100th sovereignty_type Independence established_event1 constituent country (Suriname (Kingdom of the Netherlands)) established_date1 15 December 1954 established_event2 established_date2 25 November 1975 established_event3 Current constitution established_date3 30 September 1987 currency Surinamese dollar currency_code SRD time_zone SRT utc_offset -3 time_zone_DST utc_offset_DST drives_on left (Right- and left-hand traffic) calling_code +597 cctld .sr
'''Suriname''' ( ), is a country on the northeastern Atlantic coast of South America. It is bordered (Borders of Suriname) by French Guiana to the east, Guyana to the west and Brazil to the south.
Suriname was colonized by the English and the Dutch (Dutch Republic) in the 17th century. In 1667 it was captured by the Dutch, who governed Suriname as Dutch Guiana (Surinam (Dutch colony)) until 1954. At that time it was designated as one of the constituent countries (constituent country) of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, next to the Netherlands and the Netherlands Antilles (dissolved (dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles) in 2010). On 25 November 1975, the country of Suriname (Suriname (Kingdom of the Netherlands)) left the Kingdom of the Netherlands to become independent (independence). A member of CARICOM (Caribbean Community), it is considered to be a culturally Caribbean country and has extensive trade and cultural exchange with the Caribbean nations.
At just under , Suriname is the smallest sovereign state in South America. (French Guiana, while less extensive and populous, is an overseas department of France.) Suriname has a population of approximately 566,000, most of whom live on the country's north coast, where the capital Paramaribo is located. Suriname is a mostly Dutch (Dutch language)-speaking country; Sranang (Sranan Tongo), an English (English language)-based creole language (English creole), is a widely used ''lingua franca''. It is the only independent entity in the Americas where Dutch is spoken by a majority of the population.