The Asian Agricultural Conference successfully concluded on 3rd April evening after presentation of a number of papers during six sessions, serious discussions and debates on the question of concrete analysis of the present condition of the agrarian sector in Asia, with the resolve to continue the process vigorously in the coming days.
Fred Magdoff is professor emeritus of plant and soil science at the University of Vermont. This article was published in the January,2012, issue of the Monthly Review. It is very relevant in the context of the Asian Agricultural Conference being organized on 1st to 3rd April, 2012 at New Delhi
THE THREE-DAY Asian Agricultural Conference was successfully held, Indian Social Institute, New Delhi from 1st to 3rd April, 2012. 120 delegates including representatives of peasant organizations from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Philippines, agronomists, agricultural scientists and Marxist scholars
Convening Committee of Asian Agricultural Conference invites all peasant organizations, Agronomists, agricultural scientists, Marxist intellectuals all over Asian countries to participate in the conference and request to to send papers / studies based on points, synopsis and agenda of the conference