Multilateral consensus decision making: How Pacific island states build and reach consensus in climate change negotiations
For over two decades, Pacific island states have been active participants in multilateral climate change negotiations. Yet little is known about how these small states perform inside multi party negotiations, far less their contribution in building and reaching a consensus. This thesis investigates the behaviour of fourteen Pacific island states, by examining their negotiators and their activities in international, regional and global negotiation processes. It...[Show more]
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