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What does the year 1894 have to do with Korea’s food security?

by Taryn Assaf


A Call to Arms


Seeing the Benefits Even in a Pest

How should a country respond to a biological invader that reaches its shores via cargo shipped as international trade?

A host of international trade agreements address the growing problem of biological invasions, including those of the World Trade Organization.

The WTO, which was formed in 1995, promotes free trade among its 153 members. It acknowledges that its members may legitimately restrict trade for reasons that include protection of human, animal or plant health from pests, diseases, toxins and other contaminants.


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