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September 9, 2013
Listen to the program Anuradha Mittal speaks on land grabs at minute 33 of the interview. 
July 20, 2013
There’s been much discussion of the problems associated with global land grabs. Several campaigns seek to draw attention to the problem, including the Stop Africa Land Grabs group, and a campaign by Oxfam.
June 4, 2013
Today’s state of the world environment is the tribune of the crisis of capitalist civilization that carries all the contradictions the global economy creates; and the economy is owned by a handful of owners dispossessing the humanity, billions of the poor and the starved.
May 7, 2013
Farmland varies between each country and region, therefore it is important for investors to investigate the markets thoroughly.   Where in Africa?
May 7, 2013
Is sub-Saharan Africa, in agriculture, the Brazil of the 1970s? Savills, the property consultancy, believes so – although acknowledging that acquiring land in the Dark Continent is "not for the faint-hearted". "The African model is likely to show a similar, although accelerated, pattern to agricultural investment opportunities in Brazil," the group said. "Forty years ago, Brazil had limited agriculture potential with poor infrastructure and a weak economy.
May 19, 2013
Any unequal relation has a capacity to generate oppression.  As a result, it is possible to say that oppression is a concept that has a cross-cutting meaning in human relationships that arise between/among various social groups, such as people with disabilities, sex, race, class, etc.  Since human oppression is a vast topic, this article for the sake brevity will focus on specific oppression connected with a new phenomenon, known as “land grab” presently be
April 12, 2013
  UNITED STATES, OAKLAND, CA — Millions of hectares of fertile land, approximately seven times the size of France, have being snatched up in the developing world since 2007 for large-scale industry and plantations, according to Frederic Mousseau, policy director at the Oakland Institute, a California-based policy think tank.
April 1, 2013
The massive and insatiable land grab in Africa by multinationals, including from India, marks an inevitable catastrophe Anuradha Mittal and Nickolas Johnson Oakland/California (US) 
April 1, 2013
Land grabs are nothing new — the imperialist scramble for Africa being the most egregious example — and neither are agricultural land grabs, such as the fruit plantations of the Central American “banana republics.” Outsourcing production has always meant capitalizing on the natural resources of another place and more recently, it has also meant capitalizing on loose environmental and labor regulations in less developed countries.
March 20, 2013
Apart from the problem of skyrocketing cost of living in the city consequent upon land speculation and its attendant rising cost of rent, which the Land Swap is sure to escalate, there is the unjust treatment and the violation of fundamental human rights of the local indigenes.