Post Tagged with: "Doha"

Qatar: A First-Hand Account of Soft Power

Qatar: A First-Hand Account of Soft Power

Doha limits its soft power by lacking infrastructure, injecting too much modernity into cultural sites, or by drawing too heavily on foreign nations.

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

UNFCCC actors need to converge on overarching processes and strategies, and this necessitates a sober look at past failures, current trajectories and the connections that currently bind them.

Options and Prospects for the BASIC at Doha, COP-18

Options and Prospects for the BASIC at Doha, COP-18

COP-18 is the last meeting before the Kyoto Protocol expires. Brazil, South Africa, India and China are a bridge between developed & developing nations that must shake itself to life for any conclusive bargain to be reached.

What’s at Stake in the Doha Development Round?

What’s at Stake in the Doha Development Round?

It is almost ten years to the day since the collapse of the Seattle ministerial, but a new trade deal seems no more likely now that at any other point in the negotiations. This does not necessarily mean that a deal cannot be reached. In fact with sufficient compromise on the part of both developed and developing countries it is even possible, albeit perhaps unlikely, that a deal could be struck in 2010.

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