Peace and development remain the themes of the times, but uncertain and unstable elements are on the rise. We are faced with rare opportunities as well as grave challenges to realize enduring peace and common development of human society. Against the backdrop of in-depth development of globalization and increasingly closer interdependence of states, global threats and challenges have become more diverse and interconnected. All threats, new or old, "soft" or "hard", direct or indirect, should be treated with equal seriousness and emphasis without partiality.
Position papers may serve as a starting point for negotiations and debate at the Conference.
Well-crafted position papers can often take the place of formal opening speeches and allow Representatives to attend to the substantive work of their committees more quickly. The position papers linked below demonstrate both the format and content of well-crafted position papers for AMUN.
They were taken from actual position papers from past AMUN conferences, though the delegation names have been removed. Each delegation should submit one complete position paper that covers all of the committees and topics for their delegation.
Generally, position papers are about words one half page, single-spaced per topic.
Topics in Security Council simulations are not pre-designated. Delegations on the Security Council or Historical Security Councils should select the two or three topics that are most important to their country and submit a position paper again, about words for each of those topics.
AMUN uses an online form for the submission of position papers. Papers are NOT submitted in hard copy. If, on the day of the deadline, you have difficulty submitting a position paper, please e-mail your submission to mail amun. Each delegation should submit its position papers for ALL committees and topics at the same time.
Delegations may save partial position papers in the system before submitting the final position paper. Please do not include any header information e. A header that includes all of this information will be automatically generated by the online system. Copying and pasting position papers from a word-processing document is the easiest way to ensure correct submission.
Use two hard returns to create a paragraph break in the position paper. Do not include any formatting in the position paper—any bold, italic, or underline text will be lost. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about position papers or their submission.
Remember that position papers are due by CST on 25 October in order to be eligible for a position paper award. No position papers will be accepted after 4: CST on 9 November.Position Paper of the People's Republic of China on the United Nations Reforms: June 7, /06/ Position Paper of the People's Republic of China on the United Nations Reforms Disarmament and Non-proliferation.
Such information should help you write your Position Paper, where you need to cite the references in the text and finally list all references in the Modern Language Association (MLA} format. disarmament; the success of the NPT can be seen in countries that have had nuclear technology or nuclear.
Security Council: China–Nuclear Disarmament adopting a no-ﬁrst-use policy with regards to nuclear weapons. China, in the vision of a world without fear of nuclear weapons, would support a resolution enforcing a limit to the nuclear arsenals of nuclear-weapon states.
V. Arms Control, Disarmament and Non-Proliferation 1. China has consistently placed importance on and suppported international arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation efforts, and stood for complete prohibition and thorough destruction of all weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) including nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
Otherwise, the nuclear disarmament process will be hampered, and a new round of nuclear arms race may be triggered off, thereby jeopardizing international peace and security. Sixth, on the basis of the above-mentioned, a convention on the comprehensive prohibition of nuclear weapons should be concluded.
China's Position Paper on the New. View Notes - Position Paper- Turkmenistan and Nuclear Disarmament from ECON at Hunter College, CUNY. Position Paper- Turkmenistan and Nuclear Disarmament. China declined to sign the Partial Test Ban Treaty and only became a party.