Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Paul and Arthur Simon.|
|Contributions||Simon, Arthur R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD9005 .S55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 249 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||72011589|
The conquest of hunger is as much a matter of politics as it is one of food production, if not more so; and the politics of hunger is not at all simple. As long as there are wars, civil conflicts and collapsed states there will be hunger, sometimes chronic and extreme. GM crops were introduced globally in and already are grown on around ten percent of the world's crop area, some million acres. But due to the ban, virtually none of this is in Europe or Africa. Robert Paarlberg, of Wellesley College, brilliantly anatomizes the politics of the ban in his new book, Starved for by: DOI link for The Politics of Hunger. The Politics of Hunger book. The Global Food System. The Politics of Hunger. DOI link for The Politics of Hunger. The Politics of Hunger book. The Global Food System. By John W. Warnock. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Ideological Approaches to World : John W. Warnock. The politics of hunger offers the first systematic analysis of the ways in which hunger continued to be experienced and feared, both as a lived and constant spectral presence. It also examines how hunger was increasingly used as a disciplining device in new modes of governing the population.
- Indian Review of Books, Oct. '92 'Those who wish an in-depth, sometimes technical analysis of the complex problems and interrelationships among politics, economics and hunger will find this book to be a valuable resource.' - Ruth McNabb Dow, Eastern Illinois University, Journal of Nutrition Education, July/August This important and provocative book explains the persistence of hunger, poverty, and the lack of balanced development in many countries and the central role of agriculture in economic development. Most theories of agricultural development are based on the experiences of western Europe and the United States while the two models for successful Cited by: The Hungry World, a DW-WORLD special Every three seconds someone starves to death. takes a deeper look at the politics, the economy and the science of hunger. and the society is an illusion of a perfect utopian world. Other elements, including themes and motifs, common in a dystopian novel as well as in the novel The Hunger Games are: politics, society and class, identity, violence, nature, technology.
This book basically takes a look beyond the green revolution and at what needs to happen next in terms of securing food supplies and ending hunger. So, it explores the next stage of the agricultural revolution that must go beyond just responding to demand and has to take into account both productivity and natural resource management. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simon, Paul, Politics of world hunger. New York: Harper's Magazine Press,  (OCoLC) First World Hunger examines hunger and the politics of food security, and welfare reform () in five 'liberal' welfare states (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the USA). Through national case-studies it explores the depoliticization of hunger as a human rights issue and the failure. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Politics of hunger. Hillsdale, MI: Hillsdale College Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.