October 16, 2023
In agriculture, that starts with the whims of 'Mother Nature'. But too often, it's also the whims of politicians. Trade has long been seen as a hammer used to get the upper hand in international disputes, which generally have little to do with trade. Russia invades Ukraine; countries move to restrict trade to send a message - although in the case of the invasion of Ukraine, trade sanctions have had little visible impact, although I suppose pro-Ukraine countries can at least believe they did something.
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