A new vision for agriculture
momagri, movement for a world agricultural organization, is a think tank chaired by Christian Pèes.
It brings together, managers from the agricultural world and important people from external perspectives,
such as health, development, strategy and defense. Its objective is to promote regulation
of agricultural markets by creating new evaluation tools, such as economic models and indicators,
and by drawing up proposals for an agricultural and international food policy.
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  Editorial February 2017 Newsletter :
« Momagri continues to shed light on upcoming debates »


Momagri Editorial Board

As the public hearing on the forthcoming Common Agricultural Policy opened on 2nd February, the Momagri think tank continues to shed light on upcoming debates.

In a position paper, we give a critical analysis of the Agricultural Markets Task Force’s report on agricultural markets. Momagri's analysis of the main assessments and proposals in the report focuses on such crucial issues as risk management, improving market transparency and contracting (Article 1).

Which roads to reform will Brussels take for after 2020? By setting up aid for dairy reduction a few months ago, the Commission showed it was finally prepared to use the prerogatives set down in the latest reform to deal with the dairy crisis. Is this not a sign that state regulation still, more than ever, serves its full purpose? This is in any case what we are advancing in our latest press release (Article 2).

Momagri is also a driving force for generating proposals through its White Paper which will soon be updated. In a video interview with the magazine Terre-net, Frédéric Courleux recalls the founding principals specifically through the plea in favour of the establishment of counter-cyclical aid (Article 3).

Because reinforcing agricultural policies is not just a European issue, we have been looking at a recent decision by Cairo which has just announced that it no longer wants to support the domestic price of wheat above the international price. How should this decision be understood when wheat is a strategic commodity for the country? (Article 4).

The following articles have also been published on our website:
- Brexit and the EU budget: threat or opportunity?, Delors institute
- To design the agricultural exception, which global strategy?, collective manifesto
- Towards a genuine agricultural policy for Liberia?, Momagri Editorial Board
- EU-Canada Free Trade Agreement: Two damning reports on the effects of CETA on livestock, Terre-net
- Food sovereignty, a bulwark to nationalism, collective manifesto
- Volatile and extreme food prices, food security, and policy: An overview, IFPRI



  1. « Momagri’s position paper on Agricultural Markets Task Force’s report »
Position paper, Momagri

« Presented as one of the reports structuring the European Union thought on the Common Agricultural Policy’s up-coming changes... »

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  2. « Regulating markets is less costly than managing the impact of crises! »
Press release, Momagri

« While the European Commission is initiating a public hearing on the post-2020 CAP, the think tank Momagri publishes an analysis on the aid scheme for milk production reduction activated in 2016... »

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  3. « Europe and agricultural policy: Momagri advocates for a stronger CAP with counter-cyclical support »
Arnaud Carpon, Terre-net Magazine (temporarily in French)

« L’UE et la PAC vont à contre-courant des autres puissances agricoles mondiales qui ont renforcé leur politique en faveur de leur agriculture... »

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  4. « Confronted with a deep economic crisis, Egypt has announced it will no longer support the domestic price of wheat »
Momagri Editorial Board

« Since the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, the country is struggling to regain political and economic stability. Egypt is undergoing a severe economic crisis marked by a monetary crisis... »

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Paris, 23 August 2017