Rajrishi Singhal, senior Geoeconomics Fellow at Gateway House, comments on the recent agreement between India and the U.S. on the issue of food security
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Gateway House outlines a renewed agenda for India’s relationship with Latin America. If the new government led by Narendra Modi takes these policy steps, centred on economic diplomacy, India can benefit from Latin America’s huge natural resources, increasingly assertive foreign policy, and significant economic growth
At the World Trade Organisation (WTO)’s ongoing ninth Ministerial Conference, the focus of several countries is on food security. What does the proposed ‘Peace Clause,’ mean for developing nations? What are the complex factors at play in the decision-making process, in the ongoing meeting?
A recent UN report praises governments for promoting the right to food. At the same time, India’s Food Security Act will encounter resistance at the WTO meeting in Bali in December. Can India play an exemplary role in the global power struggle over food security?
The controversy surrounding the World Food Prize and the Food Sovereignty Prize over the use of genetically modified organisms lends itself to a one-dimensional narrative. There is an urgent need to look beyond this stalemate
Livemint published Gateway House’s Rajni Bakshi’s article on food security. Pegged on the controversy surrounding the World Food Prize, Bakshi analyses the need to accelerate responsible agriculture to lift millions of people out of poverty, and on ways to meet this goal.
Presently, the governments of Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam are struggling to decide whether the Mekong River, which feeds 60 million people in these nations, and is second only to the Amazon in diversity, should become a source of hydro-power or not. Is this the beginning of a Mekong water conflict?
The South African Foreign Policy Initiative republished Gateway House's Hari Seshasayee's interview of Ambassador Deepak Bhojwani. They discussed India’s prospects in Latin America with regard to food and energy security.
As India looks to diversify its sources for energy imports and grapples with food security issues, it is looking more towards Latin America. Gateway House interviews Ambassador Deepak Bhojwani to discuss India’s prospects with this increasingly significant region.
Cameroon, in Africa, is considered a low-income, food-deficit country by the World Food Programme. Here, five million people are at risk of hunger from food insecurity. However, recently, several initiatives have been undertaken locally, to counter this problem.