World Policy On Air, Ep. 33: Food and Nationalism

World Policy On Air is a podcast from the pages and website of World Policy Journal.
On today’s show, chef-turned-political scientist Ronald Ranta examines the world through a “gastro-national” lens, where political differences arise in the form of cultural custody battles over a dish’s provenance. The food fights highlighted here stretch to some of the furthest corners of the international community, responding to disparate societal and economic pressures, but at their core they share a common cause — the defense of national pride.
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[Photo by Yonat Sharon]

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