Russian Wheat Value Chain and Global Food Security

Russian Wheat Value Chain and Global Food Security
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Ghada Ahmed | Sona Nahapetyan | Danny Hamrick | Jonathan Morgan

There has obviously been much talk in the news around Russia’s power. From an economic point of view, much of Russia's power is associated with oil and gas. Russia is also currently the top wheat exporter in the world and trade relations contribute to food security among other countries, especially import-dependent regions in the Middle East and North Africa. This has led to some public spats. The Duke CGGC team has outlined the catalysts that have the potential of disrupting Russia's wheat value chain internally and at a global level and what Russia needs to do about this from a policy perspective.

Geography: Asia | Russia/CIS
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