Gaza Is Starving | The New Yorker

Gaza Is Starving

The chief economist of the World Food Program explains how the scarcity of food may tip the territory into famine.

via The New Yorker:

I’ve been doing this for the past two decades, and I’ve been to all kinds of conflicts and all kinds of crises. And, for me, this is unprecedented because of, one, the magnitude, the scale, the entire population of a particular place; second, the severity; and, third, the speed at which this is happening, at which this has unfolded, is unprecedented. In my life, I’ve never seen anything like this in terms of severity, in terms of scale, and then in terms of speed.