May 28, 2020
Swarms of Desert Locusts Threaten India’s Summer Crops
By Associated Press
The locusts threaten food security in India.
November 22, 2019
Climate Change and South Asia’s Pending Food Crisis
By Rabiya Jaffery
Are South Asian governments adapting to climate change’s impact on agriculture in the region?
August 12, 2017
Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up
By Sumesh Shiwakoty
The developed world must show moral leadership in assisting Nepal.
September 10, 2016
China’s New Silk Road Could Expand Asia’s Deserts
By Liu Qin
Desertification, soil degradation, and drought are serious issues in most of the countries along the Belt and Road.
March 24, 2016
China’s Global Food Quest
By Zhang Hongzhou
ChemChina’s $43 billion acquisition of Swiss-based Syngenta could be a game-changer for food production.
October 20, 2015
The Nutritional Security Imperative
By Peter Brabeck-Letmathe and Asit K. Biswas
Global food security can be achieved in the coming years, but equally important nutritional security needs attention.
September 06, 2015
Singapore’s Impressive Food Security
By Cecilia Tortajada and Thinesh Kumar S/O Paramasilvam
How has Singapore become the second-most food secure country in the world?
June 18, 2015
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
By Silvany Pasaribu
As the world considers sustainable development goals, it should take close note of Asia-Pacific population pressures.
September 03, 2014
Food Security and Solomon Islands
By Dana MacLean
Pests and other ravages of climate change are creating a food security challenge for the Pacific island nation.
August 27, 2014
India’s Dangerous Food Subsidies
By Dan Pearson
India's agricultural subsidies are threatening its own food security, while harming farmers worldwide.
July 30, 2014
Reasons vs. Principles: India at the WTO
By Rachit Ranjan
India’s defense of its food policy is understandable, but it risks isolation from future global markets.
March 14, 2014
Pakistan’s Impending Famine
By Michael Kugelman
The tragedy in drought-ravaged Thar says much about the limits of Pakistani democracy.