China is embarking on a major shift in its agriculture policy, abandoning its long-held obsession with self-sufficiency in favor of better meeting consumer demand, a key rural policy document shows.
It has been more than 18 months since the citizens of the United Kingdom (U.K.) narrowly approved a referendum to withdraw from the European Union (EU). Even though that verdict was not legally binding on the U.K. government, new Prime Minister Theresa May–who won the Tory Party’s leadership election after[…]Read More »
By Jack Payne Editor’s Note: Agri-Pulse and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs are teaming up to host a monthly column to explore how the U.S. agriculture and food sector can maintain its competitive edge and advance food security in an increasingly integrated and dynamic world. In June, I[…]Read More »