Purchasing insecurity: the African Red Sea region and the global food trade
This report explores the issue of food insecurity in the Red Sea region and its impact on the global food trade. The report discusses the advantages and disadvantages of eating local, the development of a market-oriented food system, and the impacts of the new food system. The author argues that the search for food security has failed and suggests policy recommendations to address these issues. The report concludes with a bibliography for further reading.
This report was originally published by the Rift Valley Institute.
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