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The Candy Bombers Is More Than a History Lesson

Brings the blockade of Berlin to life while offering lessons for the present. Read More »

The Final Olympic Event: The Global Hunger Summit

This Sunday in London the starving peoples of the world are hoping the Olympic spirit can come to their aid. Read More »

Abraham Lincoln and the Fight Against Global Hunger

It was fitting that one of the food trains for peace back in 1948 was named after Lincoln. Read More »

Same Planet, Two Different Worlds

The one world where food is plentiful can rescue the other where food is practically nonexistent. Read More »

Budget Cuts Urgent, But Fighting Child Hunger More Important

Hunger-fighting programs are some of the most inexpensive foreign policy initiatives you will find. Read More »

Remembering Marshall’s Speech in the Arab Spring

Even 64 years later the spirit of the Marshall Plan and the foreign policy ideal behind it is one we need to uphold. Read More »

Scrappy Terriers and Fighting Global Hunger

When we see reports of malnourished children and low food supplies because of lack of funding, we should be outraged. Read More »

A Four-Year-Old’s Wish for a Royal Wedding: Ending Hunger

Maybe the little girl's wish for Princess Elizabeth can be transferred to all children who are hungry and suffering today. Read More »

This Easter, Let’s Remember the World’s Hungry

This Easter remember the hungry and suffering and see what you can do to help them. Read More »

Public Diplomacy Done Right with School Meals

Instead of slashing our international school meals budget, and pouring mostly military aid into different countries, why not feed the children? Read More »