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By on 13 Feb, 2019 | From the channel/s: Climate Change, Diplo Blog, Diplomacy, Webinars

In our February WebDebate, we looked at Arctic diplomacy. We were joined by Dr Danita Catherine Burke (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at the Center for War Studies at the University of Southern Denmark), Prof.

By on 02 May, 2013 | From the channel/s: Climate Change

Who is a refugee? Who should be offered protection from human suffering? Much depends on how we define legal concepts.

By on 01 Dec, 2012 | From the channel/s: Climate Change

In a recent blog Katharina writes: “As much as “one state, one vote” rules or methods of consensus decision-making aim at giving the impression of resulting in a decision among equals, this is simply not the case. To anyone involved in diplomacy this statement is akin to a truism.

By on 25 Jun, 2012 | From the channel/s: Climate Change

It was probably at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 that I first heard about the problem of climate change. Or at least, it was certainly the first time I realised that it was an issue of major importance. There was a large amount of media coverage of the event at the time, and I assumed that it would mark the start of a new era in international cooperation on global environmental problems.

By on 01 Jun, 2012 | From the channel/s: Climate Change

Occasionally a certain conundrum has crossed my mind: it seems that more and more companies in the United States are embracing the reality of climate change and voicing support to take action against it. Yet despite this, why are there so many politicians and members of the general public who still cast doubt on whether climate change is real and what is causing it?

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