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The new Black Sea humanitarian corridor

“We have shown the world that Ukraine continues to guarantee global food security”, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky recently asserted while talking about the new...

Lithuania deepens food security crisis

Food security is a problem which almost every country faces today. Nevertheless, some European governments prefer to turn a blind eye to the inevitable...

Global Leaders Highlight Russia’s Violation of the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea

The heads of state and government, in particular, Latvia, Switzerland, Estonia, Belgium, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, the USA, Bulgaria, the UK,...

Russia Woos Africa With Free Grain, Fertilizer Research Funding

As Bloomberg News reported, Russian shipments of donated grain are due to begin landing in Africa within days, giving fresh impetus to its bid...

The good, bad and essential: microbes that affect food and health

EU researchers are examining how bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms could boost the health of both plants and animals. By Gareth Willmer When Professor Tom Gilbert...

UK urged to tackle childhood hunger

The COVID-19 pandemic led to the greatest disruption to education in history, affecting 1.6 billion children and young people. At the peak of the...

Urgency of food security ecosystem

In July 2023, India witnessed a skyrocketing price of tomatoes. This has put the lives of ordinary Indians in peril. In order to stabilize...

Rising Tides, Rising Stakes: Climate Change, Conflict, and the Pursuit of Sustainable Peace

The global impact of climate change on peace and security is a prominent concern at the upcoming COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai...

Amid Worsening Food Crisis, Leaders Call to Mobilize Finance for African Agriculture

In a special session Monday at the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Meetings 2023, Kenyan President William Samoei Ruto, US Secretary of the...

200,000 children at risk of starvation in Mali

A nexus of protracted armed conflict, internal displacement and limited humanitarian access threatens to plunge nearly one million children under the age of five...

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ECOWAS Lifted Sanctions on Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger

The Economic Community of West African State​s (ECOWAS) says...

Israel’s Economy Contracts Nearly 20% After Outbreak of War

Israel’s economy suffered one of its worst-ever slumps, after...

India And Russia Foster Enduring Partnerships -Interview

As President of Indian Business Alliance (IBA) and Founder...

Still Riding the Marrakesh Express: Agriculture in the WTO

1970. The release of one of the greatest albums...

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