Food Security – A Factor Of Geopolitical Stability and Sustainable Development of States

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https://doi.org/10.34739/dsd.2020.01.15

Abstract

The article examines current issues in the field of food security (FS), quality assurance and food safety. FS is considered as a prerequisite for ensuring the real independence of the state through the prism of geopolitical stability and sustainable development of States. Special attention is paid to the production and use of products derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their impact on humans and the environment, and the political and legal limits of the use of genetic engineering methods. The article deals with FS in the world and Russia, the problem of sustainable domestic food production and, as a result, the food independence (FI) of the state. The author notes the need for a comprehensive approach to the formation of a policy concept for digitalization of agriculture and a mechanism for its implementation. The importance and significance of scientific support and human resources for the effective solution of the tasks set for the process of digitalization of agriculture were noted. Based on modern research, we have studied foreign experience and the feasibility of its application for the development of entrepreneurship in the field of guaranteeing FS.

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Author Biographies

Nina Ischenko, Belarusian branch of International Slavic Law Academy

Professor, PhD in law, head of the Belarusian branch of ISLA (International Slavic Law Academy), Belarus.

Jacek Zieliński, Siedlce Universityy of Natural Sciences and Humanities Faculty of Social Sciences

associate professor, university professor, Institute of Social Sciences and Security, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities.

Published

2020-08-08

How to Cite

Ischenko, N., & Zieliński, J. (2020). Food Security – A Factor Of Geopolitical Stability and Sustainable Development of States. De Securitate Et Defensione. O Bezpieczeństwie I Obronności, 6(1), 237–258. https://doi.org/10.34739/dsd.2020.01.15