Vol. 4, No. 3
Summer 1999

In this issue you will find the following articles:

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Mexico's Contribution to the Green Revolution
Sowing the Seeds of the Green Revolution.  The Pivotal Role Mexico and International Non-Profit Organizations Play in Making Biotechnology an Important Foreign Policy Issue for the 21st Century
By Margaret Carroll Boardman, Post Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer, UCLA History Department and Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University, School of Public Policy
Un Reconocimiento A Maseca / Tribute to Maseca 
By Norman E. Borlaug, Ph.D. 1970 Nobel Peace Prize winner for his work on agricultural research that formed the basis of the Green Revolution

Las Dos Revoluciones Verdes Que Ha Producido México / Mexico's Two Green Revolutions  
By James Wilkie, Ph.D., Director, UCLA Program On Mexico and President of PROFMEX 


Ponencia de Agradezcimiento por el Premio Internacional PROFMEX de Política Global/ Acceptance Speech upon receiving the PROFMEX Prize for Contribution to Global Policy, 13 de Mayo 1999 
By Roberto González Barrera, Chairman of Gruma Inc. 
Barrera of Grupo Maseca Wins PROFMEX Prize for Contribution to Global Policy 
By Jean Roth, Intercom Editor, UCLA International Studies & Overseas Programs

Formalizan Acuerdo de Cooperación Romarico Arroyo y Timothy Reeves, Trascendencia Similar a la Revolución Verde, el Cultivo en México de Maiz de Alta Proteína y Elevada Productividad, 26 Marzo 1999. (CIMMYT Announces Collaboration with Mexican Secretary of Agriculture on QPM Cultivation, 26 March 1999)

Book Reviews

Gordon Conway.  The Doubly Green Revolution: Food for All in the Twenty-First Century (London: Penguin Books Ltd., 1998) 


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