Afghanistan’s Rivers Could Be India’s Next Weapon Against Pakistan
New Delhi is funding an ambitious dam near Kabul that could reduce water flow to its rival downstream. The project might spark the world’s next conflict.
Trucking Is the Security Crisis You Never Noticed
Everything from food to oil depends on underpaid and overworked drivers.
Trump’s $12 Billion Bailout Is No Remedy for Farmers Caught in Trade War
Additional subsidy angers some lawmakers, and could cause problems at the WTO.
This Land Is Our Land
South Africa’s ruling party has failed to redistribute land to the black majority for over two decades. Can the new president defuse a ticking time bomb?
The Battle of the Breadbaskets Is Coming to a Head
The United States needs to strengthen its agriculture sector — or be overtaken by China.
Are China’s Chickens Contaminating America’s Plates?
Americans’ favorite meat just got riskier to eat.
The Global Hunger Crisis Will Not Be Tweeted
Americans are exhausted keeping up with Donald Trump’s every tweet. People in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen are exhausted by violence and hunger.
For the Love of Welsh Rarebit
In a politically correct era, is it ever OK to crave colonialist cuisine?
Can Stories About Food Upend Familiar Narratives of War?
Refugees are often portrayed as helpless victims — reporting on culture and cuisine is one way to tell the whole story.
Trump’s Renegotiation of NAFTA Could Skunk Your Corona
Trouble brews for Mexican beer as uncertainty over trade policies threatens U.S. exports of two key ingredients
If Trump Doubles Down on the Saudi War in Yemen, Millions Could Starve
Countless Yemeni lives hang in the balance as Trump gears up to deepen U.S. security cooperation with Saudi Arabia.
U.S. Will Renegotiate NAFTA, Talks Could Begin In August
Newly-minted U.S. trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer said the goal is to revamp, not scrap, the trade deal. He wants to wrap up the talks this year.
Trump Administration Cheers ‘Herculean’ Trade Breakthroughs With China
Washington and Beijing are cutting pragmatic deals, but the administration keeps up a harsh tone with allies like Canada, Mexico, and Japan.
U.N. to Put Trump Appointee at Head of World Food Programme to Help Stave Off U.S. Cuts
U.N. officials hope former South Carolina Governor David Beasley can persuade his D.C. friends to spare the food agency from the White House budget axe.
U.N. Warns Yemen Could Be on Brink of Famine
The crisis comes as the United States weighs sharp cuts to U.N. humanitarian aid programs
Thinking back to our post-9/11 pizza
As a combat-zone veteran wife and mother of a teenage son I think about national security from my own home base.
Dire Measures to Combat Hunger in Venezuela
Prominent priest calls on Venezuelans to label trash that contains food for the hungry.
World’s Ability to Feed Itself ‘In Jeopardy,’ U.N. Warns in New Report
Unless the world undertakes 'major transformations' to address world hunger.
‘Our Worst Fears Have Been Realized’: The Famine We Could Have Stopped in South Sudan
South Sudan just declared a famine. But it’s been years in the making and it could have been stopped.