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Food security and food sovereignty: Getting past the binary
The terms food security and food sovereignty originally emerged as separate terms to describe different things. The former is a concept that describes a condition regarding access to adequate food, while the latter is more ...
Food self-sufficiency: Making sense of it, and when it makes sense
Food self-sufficiency gained increased attention in a number of countries in the wake of the 2007–08 international food crisis, as countries sought to buffer themselves from volatility on world food markets. Food ...
Food security and contested agricultural trade norms
(Munk School of Global Affairs: Faculty of Law, 2015)
Just as it is important to uncover the historical origins of specific norms that shape the trade regime, it is also helpful to examine how those norms are then translated into policy through contemporary rules and agreements. ...