Stories by Anuradha Mittal

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Posted on: Apr 7, 2015, Source: Dollars and Sense

Agribusiness giants are using their power to quash legislation designed to protect consumer and farmer interests.

Posted on: Apr 29, 2008, Source: AlterNet

The IMF, WTO and the rest of the neoliberal world are still pushing more trade as a cure for what ails us.

Posted on: Apr 24, 2008, Source: AlterNet

It's time to stop worshiping at the altar of 'market forces.'

Posted on: Feb 28, 2006, Source: AlterNet

You may not have been informed that your future strategic partner in the war on terror is a nation plagued by child labor, starvation and poverty.

Posted on: Dec 10, 2004, Source: AlterNet

Politicians often talk about 'poverty in America.' They rarely mention the growing and often deadly problem of hunger.

Posted on: Jul 22, 2003, Source: AlterNet

Biotech's claim that a new, genetically modified rice will prevent blindness in malnourished Third World children is just the latest example of industry hype.

Posted on: Apr 14, 2003, Source: Inter Press Service

Hundreds of thousands of groups and individuals around the world continue to show us the true face of democracy -- will the global media tell their stories?

Posted on: Dec 2, 2001, Source: International Forum on Globalization

Agricultural liberalization has failed to live up to its advertising as the key to improving farmers' economic situations in developing nations and solving world hunger.

Posted on: Oct 8, 2001, Source: AlterNet

The attacks on September 11 should not be used by the Bush Administration to justify unbridled greed in the name of countering terror with trade.

Posted on: Jul 23, 2001, Source: AlterNet

The U.N. says that genetically engineered food will end hunger in the Third World. Then why are so many developing countries banning GMOs?

Posted on: May 28, 2001, Source: AlterNet

Relying on private charity to feed the poor is not a sign of success, but of political failure -- the failure to recognize the ability to feed oneself as a human right.