As part of your preparation for this topic, the dais recommends that you continue analyzing North Korea’s nuclear program and how it could be a potential threat to international peace and security. It also recommends the reading of the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty. Your goal as delegates of the United Nations Security must be to reach a consensus with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for it to reduce their nuclear arsenal and lead them to resigning the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Questions to Answer
How can we make North Korea accept the resolutions passed in this committee?
What other things, not mentioned on this guide, has North Korea done regarding its Nuclear Program?
What has the Security Council done to reduce the nuclear threat of North Korea?
What is the biggest threat presented by the development of nuclear weapons in North Korea?
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