Geopolitics of Food
Original title: Géopolitique de l’alimentation
An essential book for understanding the challenges facing the world’s food supply.
The war in Ukraine and climate change have finally made us realise that food systems are more fragile than ever. The Covid crisis has boosted the relocation of agricultural production, but at the same time, multinational food companies have never been so powerful.
How is this battle of the titans taking place above our plates? What policies (local and global) are being advocated to ensure food security? How can we hope to solve the problem of hunger? These and many other questions put the geopolitics of food at the heart of debates on a future full of uncertainty.