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How free trade impacts nutrition (Washington Post)

IFPRI senior research fellow Joe Glauber was quoted in a story from the Washington Post about the connection between trade and nutrition. The article looks at how trade agreements, most notably NAFTA, have impacted the production and consumption of…

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Learning from History to End Famines and Chronic Hunger (Media Planet)

Paul Dorosh, Division Director of IFPRI’s Development Strategy and Governance Division, authored a piece in Media Planet's Impacting Our Future. His article analyzed how countries vulnerable to famine and chronic hunger can learn from the successes of…

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The elephant and the dragon (Business Standard)

India's Business Standard published an op-ed by IFPRI researchers Manmeet Ajmani and Devesh Roy of the South Asia Office on India and China's participation in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the region's multilateral trading…

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Africa News Tonight (Voice of America)

Africa News Tonight, a daily news radio program of Voice of America, interviewed IFPRI research fellow Mateusz Filipski for World Refugee Day. Dr. Filipski spoke about his research on the benefits of hosting refugees in Rwanda and Uganda. Refugees are…

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