Grenada is a country in the Caribbean Sea with a population of 106,000. As reported by the BBC, "Grenada made the world headlines in 1983 when a split in the governing left-wing party led to the overthrow and execution of the country's charismatic leader, Maurice Bishop, and provided the pretext for a US invasion of the islands." 
The BBC says of the country's media:
- Grenada has a free media and this is guaranteed in law. The country has no daily newspapers; its privately-owned weeklies freely criticise the government.
- Keith Mitchell, Prime minister since 1999, head of the centre-right New National Party
- Queen Elizabeth II, Head of state, represented by Governor-General Sir Daniel Williams
- Country profile: Grenada, BBC, accessed February 2008.
- Ron Bhola, "Grenada struggles with its past", BBC, October 30, 2003.