NATO Day 3 – Ground-troops or Air-Forces: To Be or Not to Be?

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By Thanh Thuy Le NATO finally put through a resolution concerning “Russian Violations of the INF-Treaty and a Possible New Nuclear Armament”, containing no financial sanctions against Russia, but a mission called “Baltic Shield”. Starting the last day of the conference with the second Topic “Control, Disarmament and Non-proliferation of Chemical, Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin […]

UNHRC Day 3 – A Day that Really ROCKed

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By Charlotte Degro The morning of day three of GöMUN 2018, the HRC saw significant progress in both of the draft resolutions proposed by the council’s delegates. Amendments were made to include the words “progress” as well as “quota”. Chair Olga praised the quality of both draft resolutions. However, they both failed and no resolution […]

FSC Day 3 – Having to Start All Over?

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By Katja Crusius After making huge process on the working papers yesterday, the Futuristic Security Council experienced a crisis this morning. That is the reason why the structure of the working papers unfortunately became invalid and the delegates had to start over. Within these new working papers, which were presented last afternoon, the members of the Security Council tried […]

UNFCCC Day 3 – Trying to Ensure That We All Outlive Our Past

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By Amina Sitoe  On the third day of the GöMUN conference, the delegates of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change started to work on their second topic “Emergency Response to Natural Catastrophes”. Defending their reputation as the most efficient delegates they worked tirelessly on finding the most effective emergency responses to natural disasters. […]

DISEC Day 3 – Race to Regulate Autonomous Weapons

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By Alberta Brown Amidst reports, which had it that the US Department of Homeland Security had identified malicious cyber activity by the North Korean government, just days after the historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, DISEC passed a resolution in regard to mechanisms to regulate digital arms. According […]

UNFCCC Day 2 – GöMUN’s Most Efficient Delegates? UFCCC Finds a Common Ground

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By Amina Sitoe The second day of the GöMUN was successful for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The delegates were very engaged and enthusiastic. They were working on two different working papers, one presented by France in cooperation with Australia and one presented by Vietnam. There was a lot of common ground  […]

SC Day 2 – What Is Unity Worth?

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By Marthe Gärtner “What the f**k just happened?” During the second session of the FSC confusion spread among the delegates. Turkey and Russia stopped cooperating after their unprompted enlightenment because a higher call reached them. And from that point things started to get more complicated and intense negotiations went underway. While the Chair advised his […]

DISEC Day 2 – Regional Blocks Not an Issue for DISEC on Cyber Warfare

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By Alberta Brown  On the agenda of the of the morning’s session of the committee is working together to find mechanisms to combat cyber warfare. Delegates seem to be in engaged in intensive discussions with one another on coming up with the first working papers. As observed yesterday, two main blocks have been formed with […]