I am very happy for Antigua, standing up for itself. Its about time other countries took note, and did the same.
America wants everybody to play by its rules and use its moral code, or at least they would if they had one. America is always changing the rules, trying to surpress native industries, it either dosnt understand, or thinks helps in anti "moral" behaviour.
As childish as it is, the only way to play this game is, to fight fire with fire, that means we treat America as it treats us:
Started finger printing Americans visiting this country, after all, America has weapons of mass destruction and a fantical religous element, so we need to do this for reasons of "homeland security", the visitor could have accidentally talked to a possible bad guy at some point when they were both 4 years old.
Start charging americans at least 20% more for our products, be that software, music, film, actors, drugs, electronics etc etc, then we do local buyers.
Apply a "Kyoto" tax to all us goods, just because they wont sign up to decent environmental acts or try to water them down.
Oh and we most stop America randomly Extraditing citrzens just because they are making a profit on something an American couldnt figure out how to make a profit on. (Online gambling).
And if that dosnt work, suspend our trade agreements with America, and start acting on behalf of the people that live in this country!