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Jonathan M. Katz is a freelance journalist and the author of “The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster.”
As a climate deal nears, power players want accountability (just not for themselves).
Negotiators are relying on fuzzy accounting as the deadline for a deal approaches.
The GOP is making its presence felt at the conference.
There's a wide gulf between the public pavilion and negotiations next door.
It's a question that threatens to upend the climate conference.
Outside the climate talks, activists offer their own vision for the future.
As the heads of state leave town, the real negotiations are set to begin.
In Paris, the climate conference tackles another global threat.
When Ban Ki-moon was a child, the United Nations saved his village from a war. Can he save the U.N. from irrelevance?
The death toll is nearly double the Ebola outbreak