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Model of United Nations Tilata. MUNT II

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea


Portfolio
Security Council.

Delegate:
Manuela Pachón V.

Presented to:
President, Maria Jose Lopez
Vice-President, Nicolas Stotizky

Colegio Bilingue Buckingham.
2011- 2012


Table of Contents:

1. Investigation.

a. Committee Information.
b. Country’s Profile.
c. Investigation of theproblem

• Conflict in the Korean Peninsula.
• Civil War in Uganda.

2. Position Paper.

• Conflict in the Korean Peninsula.
• Civil War in Uganda.

3. Opening Speech

4. Bibliography



1. Investigation.

a. Committee Information.

The Security Council is the United Nations most powerful organism , it is
responsible for the maintenance of the international peace and security,
therefore the prevention of armed conflicts is one of the most central goals of
the Security Council and in most of the cases this organism implements the
peacekeeping forces of the Blue Helmets , a unique and dynamic instrument
developed by the Organization as a way to help countries torn by conflict create
the conditions for lasting peace , on territories or countries of high militarytension . Nevertheless , in cases where a dispute does break out , its first aim is
to seek a diplomatic solution throughout the dialogue , consent , litigation ,
arbitrage or any other solution mechanisms to a conflict , which not involve the
use of force . If the conflict persist, the Security Council works toward a
ceasefire and dispose peacekeepers . As it was previously mention , it canalso
impose sanctions , and , as last resort , it may authorize military action against
an aggressor country .
Thus, the Security Councilʼs mains functions are to ensuring the peaceful
settlements of disputes , administrate U.N. peacekeeping forces and taking
preventive and enforcement actions against aggressor nations . Responding to
that principal , the S.C. give resolutions in accordancewith the chapter IV ,
which are recommendations and have no enforcement mechanisms . But the
resolution can be applied by the S.C. to its real effectiveness only after a voting
procedure , where a majority of members vote in favor for that resolution to
pass.

b. Country’s Profile North Korea
Location:
Eastern Asia, northern half of the Korean Peninsula bordering the Korean Bay and the Sea ofJapan, between China and South Korea.
Total: 120,538 sq. km
Neighboring Countries: South Korea, China and maritime Japan.
Capital: Pyongyang.
Type of Government: Socialist Republic (Single party system).
President: Kim Yong II (Eternal Leader)

Allies Possible Rivals
Russia United States
People’s Republic of China European UnionVietnam Japan
Iran Republic of Korea
Lybia Israel

c. Investigation of the Problem.

Topic A:
Conflict In the Korean peninsula.

After the end of World War II, Korea was under Japanese control was divided into twoseparate nations, divided by the parallel 38. The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in the north was supported by the Union of Soviet Socialist RepublicsRepublics(USSR) and the People's Republic of China. The Republic of Korea in the south of latitude 38 was supported by the United States of America. From the time ofthe split the ideological conflict that began as Korea slowly entered the Cold War.

Their Relation Nowadays
The two nations currently are not on positive terms. After the Cheonan incident
and South Koreaʼs furious allegation that a NorthKorean submarine had fired
the torpedo, North Koreaʼs representative in the United Nations proposed to
dispatch its own investigative group to the site of the shipʼs sinking. He said
that, “Only when all doubts are cleared and all truths are found evidently, can
the case of the sinking of the Cheonan be resolved,” adding: “If the South
Korean authorities have nothing to hide, there is no...
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