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Historical General
Assembly, 1946

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
History of the Committee
Topic Area A
Topic Area B
Position Paper Requirements
Closing Remarks
Bibliography

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Topic Area A:

Topic Area B:

The Situation in Europe

Atomic Energy

Statement of the Problem
History of the Problem
Current Situation
Relevant International Actions
Proposed Solutions
Questions a Resoultion Must Answer
Bloc Positions
Suggestions for Further Research

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Statement of the Problem
History of the Problem
Current Situation
Proposed Solutions
Questions a Resoultion Must Answer
Bloc Positions
Suggestions for Further Research

General a ssembly

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Historical General Assembly, 1946

Harvard Model United nations 2013
A Letter From the SecretAry GenerAL
Dear Delegates of HMUN 2013,
Stephen Ethan Lyle
secretary-General

Ainsley E. Faux
director-General
Miranda M. Ravicz
Under-secretary-General
adMinistration
Da-Bin Ryu
Under-secretary-General
BUsiness
Alexandra M. Harsacky
coMptroller
William R. Gorman
Under-secretary-General
innovation and tecHnoloGy
Julia A. Solomon-Strauss
Under-secretary-General
General asseMBly
Lisa L. Wang
Under-secretary-General
econoMic and social coUncil
Samuel H. Leiter
Under-secretary-General
specialized aGencies

It is my distinct honor and high privilege to welcome you to the Sixtieth Session of Harvard Model United Nations. Our entire staff of 215 Harvard undergraduates is eager to join with you this January at the Sheraton Boston for an exciting weekend of debate, diplomacy, and cultural exchange. You and your 3,200 fellow delegates join a long legacy of individuals passionate about international affairs as well as the pressing issues confronting our world.

Founded in 1927 as Harvard Model League of Nations, our organization has evolved into one of America’s oldest, largest, and most international United Nations simulations. Drawing from this rich history, Harvard Model United Nations has strived to emphasize and promote the unique impact of the UN and its mandates in the eradication of humanity’s greatest problems. The United Nations is truly a global body with representation from 193 member states and is the closest the world has ever achieved to a “Parliament of Man.” HMUN 2013 is ambitious in its scope: our committees will jump from the Iroquois Confederacy in 1775 to the dawn of the year 2015 and the complex problems it will bring for the world economy. Our committees are diverse not only in time, but also in topics, with discussions on international security, human rights, development, managing a worldreknowned corporation, technology, and many pressing regional issues just to name a few. At HMUN, we also strive to emphasize international diversity within our community. To that end, HMUN 2013 is proud to welcome students from over 40 countries to share in this incredible experience.

At Harvard Model United Nations, we set out to tackle meaningful issues that world leaders have struggled mightily to resolve. Our challenge is considerable. And yet, HMUN 2013 will be one of the fondest memories we will come to share. Meeting friends—old and new—hailing from different cities, states, and continents is a profound experience. I wish you the best of luck in your preparations for HMUN, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have along the way. Opening Ceremonies will be here before you know it. Get ready.

Sincerely,

59 Shepard Street, Box 205
Cambridge, MA 02138
Voice: 617-398-0772
Fax: 617-588-0285
Email: info@harvardmun.org
www.harvardmun.org

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Ethan Lyle
Secretary-General
Harvard Model United Nations 2013

Specialized Agencies
General Assembly

Historical General Assembly, 1946

Harvard Model United nations 2013
Dear Delegates of the General Assembly,

Stephen Ethan Lyle
secretary-General...
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