Event Extra: Rethinking War Amid the Dire Global Food Crisis

July 05, 2022 00:10:27
Event Extra: Rethinking War Amid the Dire Global Food Crisis
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Event Extra: Rethinking War Amid the Dire Global Food Crisis

Jul 05 2022 | 00:10:27

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Show Notes

Russia’s war in Ukraine has deepened a global food crisis that has left hundreds of millions facing acute hunger. Beyond the humanitarian challenges this crisis presents, it could stoke violence and conflict in fragile regions. U.N. World Food Program Chief Economist Arif Husain discusses the state of global hunger, why it’s vital that we rethink our response to conflict and what can be done in the immediate to stave off the worst.

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