U.S. cotton farmers want new subsidies – but at what cost?
As Puerto Rico and other areas hit by recent natural disasters begin the recovery process, research shows that government assistance yields more than just material benefits.
U.S. agricultural trade policies contain many distortions that work against developing countries. What are the prospects for reform?
Despite the shift to distribute food aid via cash transfers, they are not a one-size-fits-all solution, a new World Bank report suggests.
Nancy Roman of the Partnership for a Healthier America on how to reform America's food assistance programs.
IFPRI researchers model what would happen if President Trump launched a trade war between the United States and China or Mexico.
U.S. corn farmers have largely avoided rising temperatures during growing seasons. What happens when climate change kicks in?
NAFTA has been a boon not just to commerce, but to the consumption of fruits and vegetables and to public health. New trade barriers could erase those gains.
As NAFTA negotiations get underway, a look at how punitive tariffs and other trade penalties could undermine efforts to improve nutrition.
Students in a UMD class on international crop production learn food policy analysis by focusing on the role of social entrepreneurship.