The Problem of Capitalists Owning Production: An Introduction to Indian Farmers and the Rising Agrarian Crisis

Article by Noorah Fazal Jukaku. Abstract: Indian farmers are susceptible to exploitation due to the neo-liberal economic reformations that occurred in India during the 1990s. A capitalistic society with a free-market economy, India holds the world’s second-largest agricultural output. Yet, the agrarian crisis has increased over time, which has unfortunate consequences for not only the farmers […]

Agriculture: key to the diversification of the Indian Economy (農業: 可持續性的未來)

Article by Anboli Elangovan. Abstract: Farming has enormous impacts on the world’s most critical resources. The most important priorities in the next 20 years to ensure sustainable food and agriculture systems. The current ‘more production’ orientation is so outdated and unresponsive to our current needs that it is causing it’s  own problems, particularly for our environment […]