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PostSubject: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:12 pm

United States main goal today is to see a free-nuclear weapon world. It begin to put in practice when it sign a treaty with Russia to reduce their nuclear warheads to 1,550 within seven years. United States should be seen as an example to the Latin American countries; if USA is willing to reduce its nuclear weapons, lets all make sure Latin American countries do no manufacture them. If we start this “operation” in the Latin American region, it will then influence many countries, worldwide, to “fight” against nuclear weapons.

United States want security and peace for everyone, and we are willing for everyone to collaborate with it 
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Mon Oct 18, 2010 11:46 am

The delegate of the united states would like to emphasize that the USA is commited to a world free from nuclear weapons so that all countries will be able to develop nuclear energy peacefully. Our resolution will be seeking Latin America´s commitment to this goal and will encurage especially Venezuela, Brazil and Argentina who have refused to sign the Additional Protocol.

United States Delegate,
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:56 pm

The delegate of the United States afirmed that desires to end the nuclear proliferation in the Latin American Region. The delegate of Iran thinks that countries that already have nuclear plants should not stop the nuclear programs. Therefore, since the NPT states that countries that have such programs can only use for positive aspects towards the world community, the United States should ask for more inspections made by the IAEA in the areas that might have nuclear plants. By this, enhancing the security and ending the inummerous threats.
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Tue Oct 26, 2010 11:31 am

United States you state ONLY 1550 nuclear warheads? Are you aware that that is enough to destroy a few countries, and as a matter of fact there are no countries in Latin America that are even close to a nuclear weapon, why is it that only he USA and other permanent members should be allowed nuclear weapons? and that anyone with a peaceful nuclear project is instantly targeted? Inspection are beneficial but once a country arrives with the assumption of weapons it makes negotiations much harder
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:23 pm

the delegation of El Salvador agrees in certain parts with the united states. as you are wishing for us (L. A. contries) not manufacture nuclear weapon, shouldn't it be fair for the united states to end also?? (not just "reduce its nuclear weapons" as Roberta stated????)

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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:42 pm

United States should be seen as an example to the Latin American countries[quote]... delegate, HOW? If you haven't noticed MOST of the Latin American countries have already signed the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America, the U.S isn't an example delegate it's the country that needs help!
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:55 pm

Delegate of the United States,
First of all, the NPT is extremely discriminatory, since it allows only specific countries, in this case the five permanent members, to have nuclear weapons. And second of all, without the complete disarmament of all nuclear weapons in the world, no country can feel safe enough to stop producing nuclear weapons, as will be the case of Latin America.
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PostSubject: NO to nukes!   Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:59 pm

El Salvador doesn't think it is fair for some countries to have nuclear weapons and others not be allowed. It is not the job of the USA to say who can and who can't have things. But El Salvador really wishes for a world with NO nuclear weapons at all! Let's end all nuclear weapons.
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Thu Oct 28, 2010 7:02 pm

Delegates,

The delegation of Israel totally supports this resolution, since we are all looking for peace and security for all world. Since latin america is an area which is not in dangerous conflicts in which nuclear weapon "would be required". I would create an better environment for all citizens in that continent
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:06 am

Delegate of the United States, is the United States willing to END nuclear weapons production, or only to REDUCE the production of these? How does the delegate expect Latin American countries to END their production of nuclear weapons if some countries in the world still contain them? Once again, the production of nuclear weapons will only stop if all countries feel safe and protected enough NOT to produce them. How will that happen if countries still feel threatened by other countries that do contain nuclear weapons?
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:23 am

Once again the United States is trying to control Latin America. It is trying to determine wich countries we are allowed to have relations with. And delegates, what is the difference between countries who didn´t sign the NPT and countries who signed and are violating it? There is no difference delegates and the US has relations with Israel, which we all know didn´t sign the NPT. So if the United States can have ties with this type of countries, so can we.
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:06 am

Delegates of USA,
creating a nuclear free world may not be effective and be the solution for all our issues. US's plan is contradictory since President Obama had promise, nations would be able to "maintain a safe, secure and effective arsenal to deter any adversary," even though there are no nuclear weapons...but how? How can powerful and trustworthy nations (such as the five permanent members) will be able to protect themselves? I think France is not alone, when it is time to actually get rid of nuclear weapons some countries may deny. The United States can probably afford to live with a much smaller nuclear arsenal and move towards an arsenal numbering in the hundreds, instead of thousands, but in the field of nuclear disarmament, the next steps would be the hardest ones. There are countries who are untrustworthy, who may not be completely disarmed...so what would happen to the trustworthy ones who abolish their weapons? Will only the unreliable countries be able to have nuclear weapons? because this is what is going to happen. France will continue to insist that the goal should not be disarmament itself but instead, increase security. Abolition could only be conceivable in a much safer world, where threats don't exist. So delegate, its about time to wake up and face the real world, don't you think?
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:12 am

Delegate of venezuela, the United States is not trying to control over Latin America, as the delegate stated. Unnited States does not want to tell anyone wwhat to do, it only want to see the best for the countires of the Americas. deleagate, also, the countires who are violating the treaty is doing something wrong. If they violate, they shouldn't be trusted. The one who didn't sing, can do what they want, they wont violate any rules
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 03, 2010 6:30 pm

Delegates, a question to reflect on is whether trying to end nuclear weapon production in only SOME countries will lead to more security and peace or not. If some countries still hold nuclear weapons and others don't, how will protection be guaranteed? What will assure the countries that do not contain any nuclear weapons that they will not be unjustly threatened or attacked? How will these countries not feel vulnerable and exposed to violent attacks? Maybe the delegates of the United States should be trying to implement other, more effective and fair, security measures.
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:03 pm

Venezuela_Mario wrote:
Once again the United States is trying to control Latin America. It is trying to determine wich countries we are allowed to have relations with. And delegates, what is the difference between countries who didn´t sign the NPT and countries who signed and are violating it? There is no difference delegates and the US has relations with Israel, which we all know didn´t sign the NPT. So if the United States can have ties with this type of countries, so can we.

Not only does the the delegation of Russia agree with the statement, but wants to add some important facts on peaceful nuclear development. The economy of Russia is 65% reliant on oil, which is a lot and is a cause of concern. Venezuela's is 95% reliant! Our president Medvedev has been on a two day visit to Venezuela to discuss the rights to peaceful nuclear development. A power plant whose cost has not yet been revealed by the Russian government will be built and maintained over the next 10-15 years in Venezuela to diversify its energy sources and economy strengths. Russia has declared Venezuela is free to choose from other energy technologies Russia posses, such as natural gas(Russian reserves total greatest amount on Earth) , hydro-power, coal(second largest reserves are Russian), geothermal,solar, and wind energies to begin agreements with. Russia does not exclude any country in Latin America and holds talks with Brazil and Argentina. Diversifying the economy and being more eco-friendly are the intentions.


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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Wed Nov 10, 2010 8:50 am

Venezuela_Mario wrote:
Once again the United States is trying to control Latin America. It is trying to determine wich countries we are allowed to have relations with. And delegates, what is the difference between countries who didn´t sign the NPT and countries who signed and are violating it? There is no difference delegates and the US has relations with Israel, which we all know didn´t sign the NPT. So if the United States can have ties with this type of countries, so can we.

The delegate of Bolivia deeply agrees with this statement. Ever since the creation of the Monroe Doctrine in 1823, the US has constantly kept trying to introduce what it calls a "helping hand" into Latin America. However, this "helping hand" many times is just a way for the United States to achieve more power, to establish itself further in Latin American countries that support it, and to prepare to strike countries against it politically, militarily, and economically. The United States has comitted violation of Human Rights and Sovereignty of entire Latin America, two of the United Nation’s underlying and most important principles.
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Fri Nov 12, 2010 5:14 pm

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The delegate of Bolivia deeply agrees with this statement. Ever since the creation of the Monroe Doctrine in 1823, the US has constantly kept trying to introduce what it calls a "helping hand" into Latin America. However, this "helping hand" many times is just a way for the United States to achieve more power, to establish itself further in Latin American countries that support it, and to prepare to strike countries against it politically, militarily, and economically. The United States has comitted violation of Human Rights and Sovereignty of entire Latin America, two of the United Nation’s underlying and most important principles.

Delegate of Bolivia,

This is true, however, US only wants a better economical and political environment in America, but, the Israeli delegation also thinks that the US SHOULD intervene less in Latin America's decisions
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Fri Nov 12, 2010 6:01 pm

United States of America if you really want to stop nuclear proliferation stop vetoing resolutions regarding Israel's nuclear power. Because you, delegates, have no idea how irrelevant it is to right a resoluiton about ending nuclear proliferation in the Americas while being the main SUPPORTER of Israel's nuclear WEAPONS program. In fact, there is only one country in the America that holds nuclear weapons, and that's the US itself. Canada, the Latin and Central American countries (yes, the delegate is excluding the US) are signers and never disrespected the NPT. Not that the US have violated officially, but its funny enough that Israel has nuclear weapons and it actually wanted to give nuclear weapons to apartheid South Africa! (And for you that don't know, the United States of America was a supporter of the apartheid, they banned NELSON MANDELA from steping in the United States, they even helped arrest him).

And if the US is worried about Venezuela and its nuclear program and deals with Russia, know that the IAIE have reported the nuclear programs in Venezuela are peaceful! China wants to take this time out, to congratulates the Russian and Venezuela nuclear ENEGRGY deal which will bring stability in Venezuela's energy system and ensure a safer and better home to the Venezuelan citizens. Nuclear energy was indeed the best and smartest solution for the energy issue in the Bolivarian nation. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Sat Nov 13, 2010 3:23 pm

ChinaSC_Vanessa wrote:
United States of America if you really want to stop nuclear proliferation stop vetoing resolutions regarding Israel's nuclear power. Because you, delegates, have no idea how irrelevant it is to right a resoluiton about ending nuclear proliferation in the Americas while being the main SUPPORTER of Israel's nuclear WEAPONS program. In fact, there is only one country in the America that holds nuclear weapons, and that's the US itself. Canada, the Latin and Central American countries (yes, the delegate is excluding the US) are signers and never disrespected the NPT. Not that the US have violated officially, but its funny enough that Israel has nuclear weapons and it actually wanted to give nuclear weapons to apartheid South Africa! (And for you that don't know, the United States of America was a supporter of the apartheid, they banned NELSON MANDELA from steping in the United States, they even helped arrest him).

And if the US is worried about Venezuela and its nuclear program and deals with Russia, know that the IAIE have reported the nuclear programs in Venezuela are peaceful! China wants to take this time out, to congratulates the Russian and Venezuela nuclear ENEGRGY deal which will bring stability in Venezuela's energy system and ensure a safer and better home to the Venezuelan citizens. Nuclear energy was indeed the best and smartest solution for the energy issue in the Bolivarian nation. Very Happy

The delegate of Bolivia deeply agrees with the delegate of China, and would like to state that the United States has, once again, proven to be contradictory and hipocritical, as it has in the past years. The United States of America has critisized torture innumerous times, when, actually, its own former vice-president, pling Cheney, has been notable for his practices in waterboarding and given that the CIA, an organization that answers to the United States government itself, has effectuated several covert operations in the past involving assassinations and torture. Taking all these facts into consideration, how will Latin American countries, or any country in the world, be able to trust the United States?
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PostSubject: Re: Latin America's nuclear-proliferation    Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:05 am

Delegates, the USA is only trying to achieve a better world free from nuclear weapons. It knowledges its ties with Israel but would like to state that it´s President Obama has declared it does not find any weapons of massive destruction acceptable in any country and its allies are no exception. Though the only way the USA believes it will be possible to make any accomplishments to cease Israel´s production and nuclear arsenal is by helping it to assure peaceful and reliable talks between its ally and the Middle East.
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