Monday, March 16, 2009

The Kurdish question

"What is going to be scare and valuable in the near future is food supplies, the global population is growing bigger and bigger and food supplies are getting smaller. This will put countries, like Kurdistan, with good natural agricultural resources in a great advantage. Kurdistan needs its own agriculture for feeding its people and as the gateway into the global market.
What makes the sector of agriculture even more vital is the following question. Can Kurdistan, a land locked region, feed itself if an economic embargo is imposed on it for one month? It is very doubtful; almost all of our food stuff is from outside our borders, even simple produce like tomatoes, rice, flower? etc. "

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