In Burundi, the fight for farmland ruptures families – Foreign Policy

This is such a critical read. In Burundi, one of the world’s most densely populated countries, family members are attacking each other over scarce farmlands. The population continues to grow at a worrisome pace. Analysts warn of the potential for civil conflict in the years to come. These issues are not just found in Burundi. In the past year of interviews that Jerry and I have conducted in Asia, Africa and Central America, we have found similar concerns across the globe. Read more from Jillian Keenan in Foreign Policy.

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