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Russia’s food import ban and the implications for the global food economy


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An analysis of the new agrifood Cold War

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This timely report examines all aspects of Russia’s move in early August 2014 to impose an embargo on imports of a wide variety of agri-food products from major western suppliers, notably the EU. It reviews what is at stake for both Russia and the EU, assessing whether, or to what extent, Europe can cope without its Russian exports, or whether Russia can get by without European agri-food products. As well as the immediate market implications, the report also takes a close look at the longer-term agri-political fall-out from the EU-Russian stand-off, and considers how Russia’s virtual full-stop on European imports is likely to affect the global geopolitics of food.

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Published: September 2014

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This report will consider:

  • All aspects of Russia’s embargo on agri-food product imports from major western suppliers
  • What are the consequences for Russia and the EU
  • What is the long term agri-political fall-out
  • How the global geopolitics of food will be affected

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Brian Gardner is a recognised authority on EU and international agriculture policy, who has written for Agra Europe for almost four decades. He has published numerous books on agriculture and lectures widely and frequently. He has advised UK Parliamentary Select Committees and governments overseas on policy developments.

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