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.

  1. Earth Policy Institute – Full Planet, Empty Plates: The New Geopolitics of Food Scarcity
  2. Food Security Portal – FSP homepage
  3. 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
  4. Huffington Post – The Hunger Wars in Our Future – Heat, Drought, Rising Food Costs, and Global Unrest
  5. New England Complex Systems Institute – The Food Crises and Political Instability in North Africa and the Middle East [pdf file]
  6. 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
  7. Technology Review – The Cause Of Riots And The Price of Food
Geopolitics of Food, Water and Land Grabbing (Online Publications)
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