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Could a Data Sharing Protocol be Agriculture's Missing Link?

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Global Food for Thought by Coauthors

Digital Green explains how a data sharing protocol can empower farmers and build a better food system in week two of our blog series, Harvesting Tomorrow.

Food and Agriculture

Flower Wine, Inflation, and Misunderstood Potatoes

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Global Food for Thought by Julia Whiting

Check out the week's top news and research in food, agriculture, and global development!

Food and Agriculture

Trump Aftershocks Still Pose Challenges for US-Japan Alliance

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The National Interest
Coauthors

Craig Kafura and Dina Smeltz discuss how the US can reassure its allies of its commitment and credibility.

Public Opinion

Will Brexit Undermine Peace in Northern Ireland?

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Deep Dish Podcast

The Good Friday Accords may have reduced violence, but decades later sectarian tensions still run high.

Protestors throw bottles at police in Northern Ireland
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Global Politics

Ending War Doesn’t Have to Be This Hard

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Chicago Tribune
Elizabeth Shackelford

Elizabeth Shackelford explains why it's time for Congress to reassert limitations on our use of war.

U.S. Air Force pararescuemen carry an injured patient in Afghanistan
DoD | Angelita Lawrence
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Despite Rejoining the Paris Agreement, Polling Shows US Experts Divide on Climate Issues

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Running Numbers by Dominique Smith

Although the Biden administration has taken steps to address climate change, US policymakers and elites are split on the issue's threat level.

An industrial complex
Patrick Hendry
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As the World Celebrates Earth Day, Americans are Divided on the Threat of Climate Change

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Running Numbers by Luke Witzig

Council surveys find an American public split on the threat of climate change but open to cooperative efforts to limit its effects.

Amid a crowd of people, someone holds a sign that says "There is no Planet B"
Li-An Lim
Public Opinion

How One Plant Breeder Innovates to Tackle Potato’s Biggest Challenge

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Global Food for Thought by Dave Douches

This Earth Day, one plant breeder reflects on the food security promise of innovative biotechnology and how it has been misunderstood.

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Michigan State University
Food and Agriculture

Murder Hornets, Lavender, and School Meals

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Global Food for Thought by Julia Whiting

Our weekly round up of the week's top news and research in food, agriculture, and global development.

Murder hornets in a tree
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Food and Agriculture

Understanding the US Global Food Security Framework

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Global Food for Thought by Gloria Dabek

With food security front and center amid COVID-19, climate change, and increased conflict, understanding how the US engages on this issue globally is critical.

A woman receives food aid in Yemen
Food and Agriculture