The Locust Problem in Pakistan: The first two waves were bad. The third one will be worse

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26 August 2020
Rashmi B R

Rashmi BR is a PhD scholar with the Science Diplomacy Programme, School of Conflict and Security Studies, NIAS. Her research interests include environment and climate change, the geopolitics of the Arctic region, maritime security and governance of maritime domain and India’s foreign policy.

Pakistan may not be completely prepared to absorb the ill effects of the third wave of locusts, but the experience during the first two waves and the important lessons learnt will help it fight better

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