The Great Wall of China

The Copenhagen Summit. If you were to ask any culturally literate person a year ago if The Copenhagen Summit was going to be successful, they would have answered absolutely because of the massive amount of positive press. However, now that the Summit is coming to an end, it seems to be a bust. The treaty that was planned never was signed, rather the countries have come to non-legal binding treaty. Just to put this in perspective, the LEGAL binding nuclear non-proliferation treaty cannot be regulated so in reality what the heck is a non-legal binding treaty going to accomplish? That’s like telling a murder to please not kill anyone.

So why did the Summits grandiose plans of a treaty fall through? China. That’s right, one country. But honestly, this doesn’t surprise me.

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~ by lhipple on December 11, 2009.

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