On this page, you find a selection of online publications that I used for developing my professional training sessions on geopolitics. This page focuses on the geopolitics of food, water and land grabbing. These are also the online publications that I recommend to students of my Geopolitical Trends Analysis Summer School and Geopolitical Scenario Planning Summer School at Maastricht University.
I am aware that this is a small and not fully up-to-date selection of online publications on the geopolitics of food, water and land grabbing. However, their content is still relevant to conduct geopolitical research today. Moreover, in due time, I will update this page.
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding these online publications on the geopolitics of food, water and land grabbing, please contact me.
- Earth Policy Institute – Full Planet, Empty Plates: The New Geopolitics of Food Scarcity
- Food Security Portal – FSP homepage
- Guardian – Food scarcity: the timebomb setting nation against nation and Land deals in Africa have led to a wild west – bring on the sheriff, says FAO
- Huffington Post – The Hunger Wars in Our Future – Heat, Drought, Rising Food Costs, and Global Unrest
- New England Complex Systems Institute – The Food Crises and Political Instability in North Africa and the Middle East [pdf file]
- International Food Policy Research Institute – 2019 Global report on food crises: Joint analysis for better decisions and “Land grabbing” by foreign investors in developing countries. Risks and opportunities
- Technology Review – The Cause Of Riots And The Price of Food