Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)
Chairs: Ishaan Chawla, Raehash Shah, and Lucas Kim
Since World War II, the devastating effects of nuclear weapons and total warfare have become apparent to the international community and weapons themselves have grown in number dramatically. Despite past efforts to encourage nonproliferation, some nations have still harvested warheads and have ignored signed treaties and agreements entirely. The UN and global community have made many attempts to find a middle ground in negotiations but as of yet no successful solution to disarming or even slowing production of nuclear weaponry within countries worldwide has been found. The committee will focus on countries negotiating to propose feasible solutions that uphold their country policies. The goal is to create agreeable solutions for as many member states as possible to mitigate the issue of nuclear proliferation.