Food security


China’s Contradictory Policies on Food Security

Antonio Graceffo

China's President Xi Jinping is focused on increasing food security by expanding agricultural land and domestic food production. China, a net food importer, has a larger population and less farmland compared to the United States.

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Climate Change Threatens China’s Rice Bowl

East Asia Forum

Facing increasing threats from climate change, China needs to strike the right balance between boosting domestic grain production and water security.


Australia Has a Solution to Indonesia’s Soaring Food Prices

The Interpreter

As Indonesia takes the G20 presidency solving the country’s food security crisis should be top of the agenda.


Flooding at Home, Tensions Abroad Raise Concern for China’s Food Security

Voice of America

Analysts say recent pressure on China’s food security is due to natural disasters at home and worsening relations with many of Beijing’s trade partners.


Food Security and Chinese 'Comprehensive National Security'

Peter Wood

The role of Chinese food security policy in its broader national security concept deserves greater attention.

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