Forward, International Food Law and Policy (Springer 2016)

August 9, 2017
Michael T. Roberts

In short, the text is a novel approach to international food law and should serve as a useful start and framework for an introductory course on international food law. The text also will be a good guide to practitioners who wish to address a specific topic or who are simply looking for context in which to evaluate a particular issue or line of thought. Finally, the text will be an important resource and benchmark for scholars who wish to explore law and policy topics related to food and the problems of the modern global food system.

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