Disarmament and International Security Committee


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Topic A: Missile Defense Missile defense comprises of technology that intercepts guided strategic and theater missiles from hitting their desired quarry and reducing the number of human quietus. During the 1960’s the two greatest superpowers began an arms race. Thus began creating multitudinous Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles ready at their disposal. During the denouement of the Cold war, countries such as France, United Kingdom and China began to produce their own line of Ballistic and Nuclear weapons. The second world war ended in the most devastating way possible, with the cruel decimation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Now, in the 21st century 90% of the countries around the world are well equipped with weapons that are minacious to mankind and an outbreak that could lead to a third world war would mean the culmination of the world as we know it. Kazakhstan agreed to full nuclear disarmament and became an active member of the NPT. It has close ties with Russia and has proclaimed most of its armory from it. Furthermore, in 2013 both the Ussr and Kazakhstan formed the Joint regional air defense system. Kazakhstan engaged in the Iraq war from 2003 to 2011. Making the Islamic state one of its adversaries. The Islamic state has strafed many countries around the world and now is a precariously important target. Not only are the members of the 5P potential targets, but so are the other non-nuclear states around the wo...

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