Vol. 67 Nbr. 2, March - March 2014
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- Editors' foreword.
- World hunger and the global economy: strong linkages, weak action.
- Food choices, food security, and food policy.
- Is the scramble for land in Africa foreclosing a smallholder agricultural expansion strategy?
- Strategic choices shaping agricultural performance and food security in Myanmar.
- Urbanization and hunger: food policies and programs, responding to urbanization, and benefiting the urban poor in three cities.
- Biotechnology and food security.
- Transforming research and development practice to support agroecological intensification of smallholder farming.
- GMOs: a solution or a problem? A debate between Mark Lynas and Colin Tudge.
- A 'doomsday' seed vault to protect the world's diversity: an interview with Cary Fowler.
- Beyond governments: philanthropists at the table: an interview with Howard G. Buffett.
- Qatar's journey to self-sufficiency: an interview with Fahad Bin Mohammed Al-Attiya.
- No peace without food: an interview with Ertharin Cousin.
- Stunting: a country's lasting burden: an interview with Jessica Fanzo.
- Agropolis: the role of urban agriculture in addressing food insecurity in developing cities.
- The global land rush.
- Know your food politics.
- The scientization of food.
- Genetic technology in food.
- Food security: beyond calories.