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It all comes back to land: Food sovereignty and agroecology in Nicaragua.


We live under a totalitarian capitalist system. This is why agribusiness is pursued - it aligns with superprofits and it benefits particularly those in the Global North. That's why Global South countries like Nicaragua are more keen to pursue food sovereignty and agroecology - because it's inherently anti-imperialist, it's inherently anti-capitalist.

Writer Rohan Rice on the politics of food sovereignty and land distribution in Nicaragua, the Sandinista movement's larger struggle against US imperialism and capitalist domination, and his article Hunger and food production in Nicaragua: how do we feed the people? for People's Dispatch.

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Rohan Rice

Rohan Rice is a writer, photographer, and translator from London.


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