Marcos misinterprets the cause of the Philippines’ food crisis. It was decentralisation, not weak leadership

But re-centralisation isn’t necessarily the answer. Academic partnerships could provide the technical expertise and understanding of local conditions that are needed to find a way out of the crisis, writes Virgilio A. Tiongson.

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