Striving for No: Saudi Arabia in the Climate Change Regime

@article{Depledge2008StrivingFN,
  title={Striving for No: Saudi Arabia in the Climate Change Regime},
  author={J. Depledge},
  journal={Global Environmental Politics},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={9-35}
}
  • J. Depledge
  • Published 2008
  • Political Science
  • Global Environmental Politics
  • The international relations literature often assumes that negotiators in global regimes are actively seeking a collective agreement to the problem on the table. There are cases, however, where a delegation may instead be striving for no, that is, participating with the aim of obstructing a deal. This article explores the challenges surrounding such cases of obstructionism, using the example of Saudi Arabia in the climate change regime. It examines the evidence for diagnosing Saudi Arabia as an… CONTINUE READING
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