Over the years, a number of developing countries have been plagued with civil wars which force many of their citizens to become refugees in other developing countries thereby creating food and nutrition challenges for the refugees, the host State and the international community. The analysis in this book should shed more light and help everyone understand whether the right to food of refugees is likely to be violated as a result of the status of a host country being a developing one, or whether other factors could also contribute to this situation, which specific entity or entities has legal responsibility to protect refugees’ right to food and to what extent?. How can we understand such an obligation?,Can refugees go to court when their right to food is violated? etc. This book should be very useful especially to professionals and students of Law, Human Rights, International Relations, Political Science and also Diplomats, Humanitarian and Aid workers, Governments, the International Community and everyone who is interested in refugee issues.