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Regional Cooperation As A Path To Food Security

Empowering oneself is certainly beneficial, particularly when doing so with larger goals in mind like preserving and maintaining Food Security but why not look further? By delving into the topic of Food Security, we’ve looked at innovation, convenience, cost effectiveness and simple ways by which to grow food locally whilst helping to improve the human condition and generally better the populace. However, we’ve nary touched on the bigger picture; in this case the regional one! It’s only logical all things considered. If various people all have the same underlying problem, collaboration is bound to yield salubrious results. Overcoming The Odds The challenge then becomes a matter of forging, maintaining and most importantly, defining such a partnership.  Who does what and who gains what? One would be wise to predict a degree of disagreement and even infighting on any matter of regional cooperation. After all, the West Indian Federation was dismantled amidst such squabbles where some felt their expense was too great whilst others disproportionately benefited from it.  Yet, at the same time what purpose would institutions like CARICOM and the CSME serve if not utilized for an objective as imperative as food security? As mentioned before, in 2008 the Caribbean

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