If the US-China climate deal created optimism, the talks in Lima demonstrated how far the two sides still are from one another. By Siobhan Neyland.
Research intern at the Australian Institute of International Affairs
Siobhan Neyland completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne and her honours in political science at the Australian National University, writing her thesis on Australian refugee politics. She is currently undertaking an internship at the Australian Institute of International Affairs in Canberra. Her (research) interests include critical and postcolonial theory, political economy, gender studies and environmental politics. She can be reached at email@example.com.