Dowd-Uribe & Schnurr. (2016). Burkina Faso’ reversal on Genetically Modified crops and the implications for Africa. African Affairs, 115(458), 161-172

This article enters the politicized and polarized GM debate by discussing Bt cotton in South Africa and Burkina Faso. We argue that the phase-out of Burkina Faso, one of the most prominent and vocal supporters of GM crops on the African continent, could have significant implications for commercial production and dissemination of GM crops in the future.

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