WFP Director Discusses Food Security Situations In Sahel, North Korea On ‘Global Dispatches Podcast’

U.N. Dispatch’s “Global Dispatches Podcast”: World Food Programme Chief David Beasley Discusses Food Crises in the Sahel and North Korea
Mark Leon Goldberg, editor of U.N. Dispatch and host of the Global Dispatches Podcast, speaks with David Beasley, executive director of the World Food Programme, on “the situation in the Sahel, where food security conditions are rapidly deteriorating because of a combination of lower-than-normal rainfall and insurgent activities. Beasley describes the situation there, and also the link between food security and extremism. [The two] then discuss a trip [Beasley] took to North Korea a few weeks ago, including his overall impressions of food availability in North Korea and how nuclear diplomacy with North Korea may impact the humanitarian situation there” (6/7).

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