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Number 3, 2012. Food – our most basic need?

New Routes 3 2012Our focus in this issue is on food security, governance and justice!
Read about: the nexus between scarcity of food and the risk of outbreaks of violence, the volatile link between rising food prices and social unrest, as well as the consequences of climate change on food security.
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The following articles are available in this issue of New Routes: 
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Green revolution for Africa – food security or invasive policy? By Andrew Musthita and Carol Thompson
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Food sovereignty: A question of sustainable production and equitable distribution. By Kjell Havnevik
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From food crisis to food governance? By Nora Mckeon
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Zambesi River Basin: A risk zone of climate change and economic vulnerability. By Ashok Swain, Ranjula Bali Swain, Anders Themnér and Florian Krampe
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Hungry and angry: Food riots and social unrest – a volatile combination. By Marco Lagi, Karla Z. Bertrand and Yaneer Bar-Yam
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Farmers rights project: Furthering agrobiodiversity as a means of poverty alleviation. By Regine Andersen and Tone Winge
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Violent conflict worsens food crisis in the Sahel. By Thomas Ekelund
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Breaking the cycle of conflict and hunger in Africa. By Pedro Conceição and Sebastian Levine
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The issue also includes LPI News, Reviews and Resources
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