food aid, neo-colonialism, environmental racism, food trends, foreign policy, fair trade, Haiti, Ethiopia, Food for Peace
The United States has the power and resources to benefit citizens across the world. Many politicians have embodied this goal. Now it is time to move away from this approach. This article exposes the harm surrounding foreign aid from the United States, poses questions related to the foreign policy decisions of the United States and other world powers, and proposes unique solutions through the lens of environmental racism.
"Food Aid to the Developing World: The Subversive Effects of Modern-Day Neo-Colonialism,"
Seattle Journal of Environmental Law: Vol. 9
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/sjel/vol9/iss1/4