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Conflict is multidimensional, as is the concept of food security. Yet, despite the enormous amount of resources devoted to humanitarian purposes and development in conflict or post-conflict countries, we still do not fully understand what levels or aspects of food insecurity are most likely to directly contribute to or cause conflict, or the ways in which food can or does serve as a vehicle of reconciliation and transition.
Conflict Cuisine seeks to contribute to interdisciplinary academic research in this area.
Former Ambassador and author of Peace Works: American’s Unifying Role in a Turbulent World
Chief Strategy Officer, James Beard Foundation
via @NYTimes@johannawonk these foods are featured in my course when we discuss food and war @AU_SIS, a reminder that armies march on their stomachs https://www.nytimes.com/2021/06/08/dining/mre-meals-ready-to-eat.html?referringSource=articleShare