This book discusses some of the global climate change regime negotiations' requirements and bridges the theory with practice on the topic from international relations point of view. It illustrates that further by giving examples from previous global climate change regime negotiations. Furthermore, it analysis in details the role of the Presidents of the United States of America in the last four decades, how the leadership style played a role in the negotiations, and also the roles of their advisers in the decision-making process. It also analyses the role of China and the EU in such negotiations. This book is useful read to politicians, negotiators, students of international relations and political science, environmentalists, NGOs, and to those who want to learn about the topic and has limited time to spend on going very deep into theories related to this topic.