Vol. 40 Nbr. 4, October 2007
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- Foodborne infections and the global food supply: improving health at home and abroad.
- Food safety and security: what tragedy teaches us about our 100-year-old food laws.
- The role of international agreements in achieving food security: how many lawyers does it take to feed a village?
- Empathizing with France and Pakistan on agricultural subsidy issues in the Doha Round.
- Legislative implementation of the food chain approach.
- Attack of the balloon people: how America's food culture and agricultural policies threaten the food security of the poor, farmers, and indigenous peoples of the world.
- Liberalizing trade in agriculture and food security - mission impossible?
- The limits of international human rights law and the role of food sovereignty in protecting people from further trade liberalization under the Doha Round negotiations.
- Food safety, South-North asymmetries, and the clash of regulatory regimes.
- Paths to local food security: a right to food, a commitment to trade.
- Fast food: regulating emergency food aid in sudden-impact disasters.
- Response is local, relief is not: the pervasive impact of agro terrorism.
- International cooperation to defend the food supply chain: nations are talking; next step - action.