The debate has begun with the delegates being sent out besides the delegates of China, Russia, United Kingdom and France. The vetoing the clause Russia has been thinned. The clause was discriminatory because lowering the USA and Russia’s weaponry would leave France and Britain more powerful having them over see it sake, its not a good idea because its was giving more power to nations by taking away the power of others. During the short break I carried out an interview with the delegates of Kuwait and China. The delegate of Kuwait has been doing MUN for about 3 years and really loves debating, when the delegate found out they were in the security council they were influenced by it but then they started to enjoy the debates and found it ‘so interesting especially with the use of vetoing, which is very democratic’. In the Interview with the delegate of China they said “As the delegate of china I believed we used diplomacy as well as negotiations to reach a solution that is beneficial to all parties although some are contradictory and don’t aid the countries ideals”. Off the record sources tell me that delegates should watch out for the delegate of United Kingdom and France.That was a fruitful debate and resolutions and clauses have been approved and disapproved.
New York Times