Putin’s War May Lead to the Worst World Food Crisis in Decades

As the Russian army continues to tighten its grip on Ukraine, concerns over plausible protracted consequences of Putin’s war have already begun to take form as real costs to communities living beyond the region’s breached and battered borders.

Food prices were already high before Russia invaded Ukraine.

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