Agriculture, Human Security, and Global Peace

Agriculture, Human Security, and Global Peace

By: Mohammad Taeb (editor), A. H. Zakri (editor)Paperback

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Covering more than the conventional 'food-only' role of the agriculture, the international contributors to "Agriculture, Human Security, and Global Peace" detail how the solution to agricultural problems can lead to the general socioeconomic and political development of impoverished countries. In the end, a stable agricultural policy raises the standards of health and hope for the population.

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Mohammad Taeb is the coordinator of the Science Policy for Sustainable Development Program at the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies in Yokohama, Japan. A H. Zakri is the Director of the Institute of Advanced Studies of the United Nations University in Yokohama, Japan.


Introduction to Agriculture, Human Security and Peace: A Crossroad in African Development, M. Taeb and A.H. Zakri; Agriculture and the Changing Taxonomy of War, Ronald F. Lehman II; The Collapse of the Soviet Union: Its Impact on Peace and the Consequences for Agriculture, Jean-Pierre Contzen and Jacques Groothaert; Agricultural Development and Human Rights in the Future of Africa, Jimmy Carter; Agricultural Development for Peace, Tony Addison; The Impact of Conflict and Resources on Agriculture, Marilyn Silberfein; Hunger, the Vicious Enemy of Peace: Implications for the Global Community, M. S. Swaminathan; The Second Green Revolution, Norman E. Borlaug and Christopher Dowswell; Agricultural Biotechnology: Applications in Africa, Albert Sasson.

Product Details

  • publication date: 15/11/2008
  • ISBN13: 9781557534828
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 211
  • ID: 9781557534828
  • weight: 340
  • ISBN10: 1557534829

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