Around the world, countries are feeling the effects of the ‘triple shock’ caused by the Ukraine war – the perfect storm of economic, energy and food risks. A looming food crisis could have devastating consequences globally, exacerbating inequality and further slowing the recovery from the pandemic. In this episode, we take a step back to understand what’s really going on here. How is the war impacting global prices, supply chains and markets? What countries are most at risk? And how should governments respond?
- The systemic impacts of the war in Ukraine: a triple shock by Sara Pantuliano
- Economic vulnerability to the Russia–Ukraine War: which low- and middle-income countries are most vulnerable? by Sherillyn Raga and Laetitia Pettinotti
- Impacts of war on food prices and food security in potentially vulnerable countries by Steve Wiggins