Disarmament and International Security Committee

The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) is the first committee at the General Assembly of the United Nations. The committee was formed in 1945 when the Charter of the United Nations came into force, and has since been assigned to the role of maintaining international peace and security. Today, DISEC is an enormously influential committee of the UN, as it has been the driving force of international agreements relating to various issues such as the small arms trade, and the use of weapons of mass destruction. These feats of international cooperation can only be completed in such an assembly, which welcomes 193 member state delegates into an annual forum for discussion on pressing, world security issues. DISEC is perhaps the most important committee of all. In a world where fear and paranoia reign supreme, can the global community overcome it?

Background Guide

Executive Board

Introducing the Executive Board of Disarmament and International Security Committee!
Agenda: Global nuclear security through anti ballistic weapons technology.

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