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Preparing for climate change

  Practical measures to strengthen land tenure security in support of food security are required urgently  COMMENT | CHRISTOPHER BURKE | Climate change is real.  Greater effort is required to improve land governance and agrobiodiveristy in order to strengthen resilience to deal with the adverse effects of climate change already …

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Nixon-Mao at 50

COMMENT | CHRIS PATTEN |  In Seize the Hour, her excellent book about the first meeting between US President Richard Nixon and Communist Party of China Chairman Mao Zedong in Beijing, the historian Margaret MacMillan enumerated some of the profound implications of this extraordinary encounter. The meeting, which took place 50 years ago …

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