This week, assessing vulnerabilities in the global food trade, and a debate about how the internet is transforming the English language.

5 April 2018

Speakers

Laura Wellesley, Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Department, Chatham House
Marie Le Conte, Freelance Journalist
Alan Philps, Editor, The World Today
Agnes Frimston, Deputy Editor, The World Today
Ben Horton, Digital Marketing Coordinator, International Affairs

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In this week's episode Ben speaks to Laura Wellesley, a research fellow in the Energy, Environment and Resources Department at Chatham House, about her recent report assessing vulnerabilities in the global food trade.

Then Agnes mediates a debate about how the internet is transforming the English language between journalist Marie Le Conte and The World Today editor Alan Philps.

Read the Chatham House report:
Chokepoints and Vulnerabilities in the Global Food Trade

Read The World Today articles:
The Joys of Online Syntax
In Defence of Good Old Grammar

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