Deadlock In Doha: Is Qatar Going To Be The Place Where International Agreements Go To Die?

11 Dec

pby Rebecca Lefton and Andrew Light This year’s UN climate negotiations have once again deadlocked.  Negotiators and observers in the hall are concerned that this meeting could end with no outcome, much like the long-stalled Doha trade negotiations.  We’re tracking the major sticking points in the three tracks of the meeting and make recommendations on […]/p

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