This article explores the diplomacy of climate change negotiations - their form, structure, and the principles that shaped them. It focuses on two interacting levels of climate change diplomacy - one empirical and one analytical. The first - the empirical level of analysis - examines the architecture of climate change negotiations, starting with the UN General Assembly resolution that set the terms of reference for the intergovernmental negotiating committee on a framework convention on climate...[Show more]
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