Food distribution as a form of terrorism: He who controls the food controls the people

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Peskin, M.I., Halpern, D. Food distribution as a form of terrorism: He who controls the food controls the people. Int. J. Value-Based Management 1, 83–91 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03186617

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Keywords

  • Food Shortage
  • Food Loss
  • Food Distribution
  • International Food Policy Research Institute
  • United Nations Food