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Feeding the Future
Feeding the Future
What Smarter Farming Can Do for African Food Security

Hint: it’s a lot.

Feeding the Future
Malthus Chokes on Bumper Wheat Crop

Global wheat production is on track to break records this year.

Feeding the Future
One Step Closer to GM Food Crops in India

A government panel just approved India’s first genetically modified food crop.

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How Oil Drilling Can Help Canadian Crops

Alberta has a plan to channel geothermal energy from old oil wells to help grow crops.

Feeding the Future
For India, GMOs Are a Matter of Life and Death

India’s large population is growing, and GMOs are the only way to feed it.

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We Can Have Our Forests and Eat, Too

By growing more crops on the land we’ve got, we can help stop deforestation.

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GMOs Can Be Green Champions

Modern agriculture is lowering global biodiversity. GMOs can help fix that.

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We’re Not Modifying Crop Genes Fast Enough

Temperatures are warming faster than we can develop crops that can thrive in the heat, according to a new study.

Feeding the Future
How GMOs Could Help Biodiversity

GMOs’ higher crop yields can help protect other species’ habitats and boost biodiversity, new research says.

Feeding the Future
Why We Need GMOs

“Extreme weather” decimated cereal crops over the past 50 years. GMOs can help stop that from happening in the future.

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Horn of Africa

…and that may not be such a bad thing.

The Inauguration

As Donald Trump takes the oath, an essay on the historical forces that have shaped this moment by Walter Russell Mead.


Clearly a lot of frustration for the outgoing American President has been stored up in the Russian psyche.

the roots of populism

If the term “intellectual” only encompasses thinkers on the Left, then it is only natural that right-wing populists would turn it into a slur.

Rebuilding America

Paul Ryan will target $40 in private investment for every $1 his caucus approves in infrastructure spending.

Violence in Myanmar

Many of Myanmar’s long-suffering Rohingyas are now turning to internationally funded Islamist insurgents to resist the government.

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