Disarmament and International Security Committee


Leon Poon
Hong Kong

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Topic A: Nuclear Non-Proliferation in Middle East

After the first dropdown of nuclear weapon in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, weapons of mass destruction, known as WMDs, have become the greatest deterrent, a diplomatic mean, and more of an indication of resource allocation. Nuclear Weapon Countries (NMCs) have more room for negotiation on policies that incline to them than the Non-nuclear Weapon Countries (NNWCs). It becomes a dilemma for countries that have been largely affected by the lethal impacts of nuclear weapon, because of the potential development of the city that nuclear power can foster. By developing nuclear power plants, they are able to generate nearly unlimited electrical energy which alleviate shortage of resources in regions with dense population. As such, Afghanistan ful...

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