The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – September 24, 2012 WHO WILL FEED THE WORLD?
High grain costs caused by severe droughts are hitting dinner tables worldwide. Lessons were learned from the 2008 food crisis, but will they be enough to prevent social unrest this time? By Dan Murphy
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
- ATTACK AFTERMATH – What now for US in Middle East?
- U.S. Housing – Signs of hope for homeowners
- Europe’s sigh of relief
- Israel chides US on Iran
- What’s at stake in Chicago? – Teacher strike is likely to set agenda for education reforms elsewhere
- In Pictures – Hunger in a lush land
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