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This Library guide deals with the food security crisis as a consequence of the invasion of Ukraine

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Library Guide on the global food security crisis

Welcome to the Library Guide on the global food security crisis

It provides access to relevant and authoritative resources related to the food crisis in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  This includes books and think tank papers, decisions and measures taken at EU level, actions of International Organisations, selected podcasts and videos, well-documented websites. The selections are by no means exhaustive.

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Extracts from the remarks by Charles Michel, President of the European Council, during the address at the Global Food Security Summit, on 20 September 2022 in New York. 

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The Library guides are not exhaustive. They contain selected resources from the online Eureka catalogue of the Council Libraries but also titles beyond our collections, including open-access publications. The Library guides do not necessarily represent the positions, policies, or opinions of the Council of the European Union or the European Council.