Famine Crimes: Politics & the Disaster Relief Industry in Africa

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African Rights & the International African Institute, Jan 1, 1997 - Political Science - 238 pages
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Famine is preventable. The persistence of famine reflects political failings by African governments, western donors and international relief agencies.

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Really interesting take on the way conceptions of state responsibility from the colonial era have affected current food policy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Read full review

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