International trade

Food security and development policies

Low prices of agricultural commodities, a factor of political instability in Africa

The hunger riots observed during the 2008 food crisis, as well as the Arab Spring in 2010, rekindled public opinion…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

China’s anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley exports: a boomerang effect?

China has recently launched an anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley, which worries Australia, with 52% of barley exports going to…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

US-China trade war: soybeans and pork at the heart of Trump’s 12 billion announced support

The trade war triggered by Donald Trump has repercussions on the most exporting American agricultural sectors. The import taxes applied…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

What if Trump helped save the CAP?

The trade war waged by the President of the United States is reshaping many political and economic cards. Paradoxically, this…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

Will Spanish ripe olives puncture the CAP?

By attacking Spanish ripe olives, the US Department of Commerce risks setting a precedent that could undermine the undistorting nature…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

Draft EU-Oceania Free Trade Agreement: A Useless Negotiation

Australia and New Zealand are major exporters of ruminant animal products (sheepmeat and beef, dairy products). But the low growth…

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Category : Food security & Development policies

What trade policies for the promotion of the “local milk” sector in West Africa?

Production, consommation et importations laitières Une place importante de l’élevage dans les économies nationales et familiales Avec un effectif régional…

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Category : Milk

Dairy products: is the international market’s compass biased?

Created in 2008 by the New-Zealand cooperative Fonterra, the auctioning platform Global Dairy Trade acts as a reference for the…

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Category : Food security & Development policies

Food security under the test of international trade chokepoints

The highly influential British think tank Chatham House––the Royal Institute of International Affairs––recently published a quite innovative paper on food…

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