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affairs. In international relations, the power of a state is often attributed to quantitative criteria, such as population and territorial size, gross domestic product (GDP) and military capacity. 1 In these terms, small states are held to be politically, economically and strategically vulnerable 2 and

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
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in higher quality? Or will it work with others, especially small states, to ensure a steady supply of food for all, at an affordable price? To answer these questions, this paper focuses on the role that China plays in global food governance. This focus would reveal to a certain extent whether China