Follow CGSP on Social Media

Listen to the CGSP Podcast

G7 Food Security Plan “A Castle in the Sky”: Chinese Researcher

U.S. President Joe Biden (R) greets the President of the Comoros Azali Assoumani at the G7 summit in Hiroshima. Assoumani attended as head of the African Union. Image: Ludovic Marin / AFP

At their summit in Hiroshima, Japan, earlier in mid-May, the Group of Seven wealthy industrial nations committed themselves to improving global food security.

The Hiroshima Statement for Resilient Global Food Security called for increasing development assistance and food aid to address an ongoing food crisis in poor countries, due in part to the Ukraine war and interest rate rises across the developed world.

Lead the Conversation on China

Subscribe Today to Get Full Access to The China-Global South Project

Check Out Everything You'll Get With Your Subscription

The China-Global South Daily Brief delivered to your inbox at 6AM Washington time

Full access to exclusive news and analysis from editors based in the Global South

Transcripts of CGSP’s twice-weekly podcasts

Students and teachers with a valid .edu email address are eligible for a 50% discount off monthly or yearly subscriptions. Email us to receive a discount code.

What is The China-Global South Project?


The China-Global South Project is passionately independent, non-partisan and does not advocate for any country, company or culture.


A carefully curated selection of the day’s most important China-Global South stories. Updated 24 hours a day by human editors. No bots, no algorithms.


Diverse, often unconventional insights from scholars, analysts, journalists and a variety of stakeholders in the China-Global South discourse.


A unique professional network of China-Africa scholars, analysts, journalists and other practioners from around the world.