German foreign minister says alternative export routes are urgently needed as wheat price soars
As Russia’s war on Ukraine continues, food banks in Ukraine and across Europe are working to provide food aid for those under siege.
The Russian invasion into Ukraine will have far reaching consequences in a variety of areas: the situation has evolved into a humanitarian crisis, has turned food and energy security volatile and raises questions about the architecture of global security. These challenges will not be limited to Ukraine, but due to the globalised world we live in, will pose challenges across the globe. Both short- and long-term solutions must be found to ensure these consequences won't result into castastrophes upon catastrophes.
India Today | India ready to feed the world: Modi govt’s pitch as Ukraine war triggers global food crisis
The prolonged Russia-Ukraine war has triggered a global food crisis. Can the Modi government in India rescue the world from this food crisis?
The war in Ukraine, in all its dimensions, is producing alarming cascading effects to a world economy already battered by COVID-19 and climate change, with particularly dramatic impacts on developing countries.
El Paìs | La subida de costes asfixia a la industria alimentaria: “Un contenedor que valía 1.094 euros ahora me cuesta 14.590 euros”
El sector, que se da cita en el salón Alimentaria, descarta poder recuperar este año el negocio anterior a la pandemia a causa de los atascos en la distribución y al precio de las materias primas
The Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) called on the international grain business to stop cooperation with Russian business and the aggressor state of the Russian Federation due to its invasion of Ukraine and the buildup of military aggression.
Leading thinktank raises global inflation forecast to 7.5% as cost of food staples, minerals and energy rises
Raising the alert of Russian nuclear forces is a bone-chilling development. The prospect of nuclear conflict, once unthinkable, is now back within the realm of possibility. The security and safety of nuclear facilities must also be preserved. It’s time to stop the horror unleashed on the people of Ukraine and get on the path of diplomacy and peace.
The Currency | The situation in African countries where they feel they can’t rely on the West means they’re hedging their bets
The food insecurity triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine will cause deep problems in Africa, where nearly half of the continent depends on Russia and Ukraine for food staples. Africa is already a new front in a new Cold War.