THINK STRATEGICALLY: The Causes of the Global Food Shortages
How the Ukraine Conflict is Impacting Food Supplies As each day goes by, the war between Ukraine and Russia continues to destroy lives, with more than 7.7 million Ukrainian refugees, another eight million displaced within other parts of Ukraine, more than 25,000 civilians dead, and hundreds of ruined cities. This genocide is the second time Russia kills millions of innocent Ukrainians.
A stark reminder of the first genocide is a statue named “The Bitter Memory of Childhood,” which stands proudly on the facade of the Ukrainian National Holodomor Genocide Museum in Kyiv. The statue of a little girl clutching ears of wheat against her chest symbolizes the artificial famine created by Stalin in Soviet Ukraine in the early 1930s.
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