Reframing Food Crises and the Need for a Paradigm Shift

A food crisis is looming again. Food prices are rising, and ever more people are on the brink of starvation. Thus, this issue dominates the news cycle, and everyone is looking for a solution. Aside from its newsworthiness, this is not the first food crisis in the 21st century but the third one in fifteen years. Such frequency shows that the root causes have not been addressed. Unless a well-thought strategic action is taken, another crisis will always occur.
The discussion paper series “The Use of International Law in Addressing Food Crises” attempts to reframe the debate surrounding food crisis and use international law to instigate paradigm changes. 

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