Chicago Council’s 2018 Next Generation Delegate Discusses Role Of Diplomacy In Preventing Food Price Shocks

Chicago Council on Global Affairs: Next Generation 2018 — How Can Diplomacy Prevent Food Price Shocks?
Craig Robinson, PhD candidate at the Australian National University and member of the Chicago Council’s 2018 Next Generation Delegates, discusses the role of diplomacy in preventing food price shocks, writing, “New frameworks for diplomatic practice are particularly apt to our consideration of food price shocks. … These frameworks, which sit alongside the notable research already undertaken into the causes of food price shocks, can help illuminate the crucial diplomatic agreements necessary to strike a balance between national interest and global public good” (7/10).

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