As this is written in mid-September 2022, the world is facing a potential food crisis worse than any since World War II. With a devastating war in Ukraine launched by Russia in late February 2022, a historic drought and heat wave in China, and an uneven monsoon in South Asia, food supplies from several of the world’s largest granaries are highly uncertain at best, and genuinely scary at worst. What should we do?
|Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development (AJAD)|
|food crisis political economy world food economy asean|
|P00 P45 Q11 Q17 Q18|
|1656-4383 (print); 2599-3879 (online)|
|Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)|