The government obsession with ‘food insecurity’ obscures the real problem: Americans are too fat. Each May, private charities in Boston organize a “Walk for Hunger” to help the Massachusetts households—one
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The need to earn a basic living, a desire for a sense of purpose and revenge are key factors that push young Syrians into joining extremist groups, a peacebuilding
Inflation hit 180% in late 2015. Little food is available, and most people can’t afford it. In his craving for power, the late Hugo Chávez pledged to redistribute Venezuela’s wealth to the poor masses.
Something remarkable is happening in Ethiopia: Although the country is in the middle of yet another brutal drought, it's no longer leading to deaths from starvation. That's notable given Ethiopia's history: