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The global governance of food security provides an important policy field to study the dynamics and consequences of inter-organizational relations. However, a significant challenge for scholars and students alike is that the global governance of food security is a relatively understudied domain of inter-organizational relations. This chapter examines the diverse networks of international organizations that constitute the global governance of food security and the key issues, actors, and dynamics. Seven issue areas are identified in which there are significant clusters of international organizations interacting. Cooperation and rivalry among international organizations in the field of food security is reviewed across issue areas and over time. A review of the existing literature suggests that equal parts of inter-organizational cooperation and rivalry are characteristic of the global governance of food security, however, the causes, dynamic, and scope are shaped by wider developments in the global political economy. Special consideration is given to the transformation of inter-organizational relations following the 2008 Global Food Crisis, which prompted a major reordering of inter-organizational relations and the dynamics in the global governance of food security.
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