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Food Sovereignty: Reports & Statistics

Originally created for GS 291 JanPlan 2015

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SELECTED REPORTS

CO14231 | Food Sovereignty Discourse in Southeast Asia: Helpful or Disruptive?
Jonatan Anderias Lassa, Maxim Shrestha
NTS / Commentaries / Global / Non-Traditional Security / Southeast Asia and ASEAN
20 November, 2014
RSIS - S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies

3 Reports from African Centre for Biosafety: Seed/Food Sovereignty

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