Category Archives: Land Reform

Hope in the Andes: What Ollanta Humala’s Victory Means for Peru

Hope in the Andes: What Ollanta Humala’s Victory Means for Peru Written by Benjamin Dangl Tuesday, 07 June 2011 16:19   Ollanta Humala Source: Toward Freedom Fried pork rinds, fish, potatoes and eggs were sold by street vendors outside polling stations … Continue reading

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Can The World Feed 10 Billion People?

Can The World Feed 10 Billion People? from Raj Patel by Raj 6 people liked this Here’s a piece I wrote for Foreign Policy, updated with Tuesday’s news about revised population estimates for the rest of the century. ________________________ The world’s demographers this week increased their estimates of … Continue reading

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Don’t condemn Zimbabwe

Don’t condemn Zimbabwe Despite the global outrage, Robert Mugabe’s land reforms have had some successes and are boosting trade Ian Scoones and Blasio Mavedzenge The Guardian, Monday 8 November 2010  larger | smaller Ten years ago large areas of Zimbabwe’s commercial farmland were invaded … Continue reading

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