Security for whom?

As the General Assembly session is peacefully taking place inside of a high-level security building, just in front of it the protestors are surrounded by the military officers, having to endure a constant fear of them taking action and undergoing brutal measures to keep order.  Military-style vehicles designed for the battlefield were deployed by local […]

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What about the people?

Even though the crisis has hit the shore of both committees, it turns out that political plays and witty comebacks are more important than people’s lives. From pointing fingers at anyone who has their name mentioned in the nuclear crisis to countries refusing to take responsibility and accountability, the people are forgotten despite the “battle” […]

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“The United States has a long and rich history of losing nuclear weapons.” – states Putin about the recent events

  RT Earlier this morning the Japanese Navy detected an unknown metal object at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Strong evidence suggests that this unknown object is a nuclear warhead, which rolled off the deck of the U.S.S. Ticonderoga in 1965. It took the US Navy 15 years to admit that the accident occurred […]

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#UNSC Nuclear weapons news

RT Earlier this afternoon, we reached His Excellency, the Honorable Delegate of the Russian Federation. In an exclusive interview with RT the Delegate of Russia has expressed their willingness to create a common working table with the United States, and remarked that, at the moment, he does not see the US as a threat. In […]

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#WHO Turbulent Waters

DIE ZEIT On this sunny Thursday morning, there are a few things that leave a lasting first impression on the WHO committee: the seemingly endless discussion table, the fervent rising of the placards in the air, and the building tension between some of the delegations present. The topic to be discussed in this committee is […]

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