Food security has become one of the key policy concerns for many states as the sharp rise in the price of global food commodities has been a significant blow to the pockets ? and in some cases the survival ? of many people worldwide. Fish stocks constitute an area which deserves greater attention since they contribute significantly to the world?s diet and socioeconomic well-being, in particular of the less endowed people in the developing region. Using Southeast Asia as a case study, this edition of NTS Alert will examine the dangers that declining regional fish stocks pose to the long term food security of states and communities.
Bulletins and Newsletters / Non-Traditional Security / Southeast Asia and ASEAN
Last updated on 21/10/2014