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In 2013, Kanayo F. Nwanze was appointed President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development for a second term. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Science from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, in 1971, and a Doctorate in Agricultural Entomology from Kansas State University, United States, in 1975.
Robert Albritton is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada. He is the author of various books, such as, most recently, Economics Transformed: Discovering the Brilliance of Marx (2007) and Let Them Eat Junk: How Capitalism Creates Hunger and Obesity (2009).
Banning or hindering the development of genetically modified rice is a luxury only privileged Westerners can afford. We must reconsider our choices and help those that depend on that food.
Worries about global food shortages are nothing more than apocalyptic scenarios. Instead of panic mongering, we should make cheaper food more widely available to those who need it.
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Kanayo Nwanze is President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development and fights to end poverty and hunger. He sat down with Ben Hill to discuss the progress that has been made and the road that lies ahead.