New Challenges and New Roles in World Food Policy

by Keokam Kraisoraphong

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World Food Policy (WFP) in its third issue, features research-based papers on food policy from global perspectives, inclusive of regional and national cases. Revisiting the green revolution, a number of articles take issue with the phenomenon through interestingly different lens. This also includes exploring the implications for policy intervention occurring through the role of trans-continent actors – such as those from Asia over in Sub-Saharan Africa. Our editorial Board member also provides a ‘LET’s DEBATE’ piece to introduce an interactive dimension to the journal – encouraging feedback and further debate, over the coming three issues, on the arguments contained in the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE).