Hunger, poverty and development: life and work of Sartaj Aziz

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Intercultural Forum, 2000 - Agriculture and state - 592 pages
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Partial list of essay titles: The dimensions of the food problem; The world food situation: today and in the year 2000; The complex reality of the food problem; Reaching the rural poor: bankers on motorbikes; Why rural development projects fail; Agricultural policies for the 1990s; Why have we failed in reducing poverty?; The Chinese approach to rural development; Relevance of the Chinese experience for other developing countries; Western media and the Third World; The new international order: search for common ground; The North-South dialogue; The perils of global peacekeeping; Pakistan's agricultural strategy 1988-2000: extracts from the report of the National Commission on Agriculture 1988; A turning point in Pakistan's rural development strategy; Privatization in Pakistan; East Pakistan crisis; The World Food Conference; Annex II. Universal declaration on the eradication of hunger and malnutrition.

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