A new FAO-IFPRI brief finds some surprising effects in the dynamic between migration and food security.
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Inside Bangladesh's quiet revolution in fish farming.
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IFPRI's Director General on how China can reorient its agriculture and food systems to confront problems such as overnutrition, grain surpluses, and soil degradation.