When Nation correspondent Naomi Klein visited Copenhagen for the Climate Change Summit, she found contradictions in the Ethiopian prime minister’s stance on global warming. Three months earlier, Meles Zenawi, pictured here, warned he would walk out on negotiations that are a "rape of [his] continent." But in Copenhagen, he repositioned, revealing a plan accepting increasing temperatures in Africa. As Klein writes, developing countries do not realize their loss, and economist Nicholas Stern equates the exchange to "beads and blankets for Manhattan." Luckily, Archbishop Desmond Tutu was hesitant to settle on a deal for Africa right then, which, Klein writes in "The Courage to Say No," is the most we can hope for.