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Food security and conflict: Empirical challenges and future opportunities for research and policy making on food security and conflict

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  • Martin-Shields, Charles
  • Stojetz, Wolfgang

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During the previous decade there has been an increased focus on the role of food security in conflict processes, both in the academic and policy communities'.

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  • Martin-Shields, Charles & Stojetz, Wolfgang, 2018. "Food security and conflict: Empirical challenges and future opportunities for research and policy making on food security and conflict," ESA Working Papers 288954, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Agricultural Development Economics Division (ESA).
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