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Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)/ Balkan Union Proposal
Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)/Cryptocurrencies
Investopedia explains everything you need to know to understand cryptocurrencies.
How Ukraine Embraced Cryptocurrencies in Response to War
Young techno-natives help Zelensky’s government raise over $100mn in crypto donations
Trust is the missing link in today's cryptocurrencies
BIS (The Bank for International Settlements) "Cryptocurrencies' model of generating trust limits their potential to replace conventional money, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) writes in its Annual Economic Report (AER), a new title launched this year."
Bitcoin to the rescue: Cryptocurrencies’ role in Ukraine
Cryptocurrencies have taken on an unprecedented role in the war in Ukraine, helping the government raise millions of dollars to fund its fight against the Russian invasion.
Central bank cryptocurrencies
New cryptocurrencies are emerging almost daily, and many interested parties are wondering whether central banks should issue their own versions.
Cryptocurrencies: looking beyond the hype
Cryptocurrencies promise to replace trusted institutions with distributed ledger technology. Yet, looking beyond the hype, it is hard to identify a specific economic problem which they currently solve.
E-commerce, in full electronic commerce, maintaining relationships and conducting business transactions that include selling information, services, and goods by means of computer telecommunications networks.
Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)/ Destabilisation of Pakistan and possible takeover of Pakistani Nuclear Arsenal by clandestine groups
The Agonizing Problem of Pakistan's Nukes
Bordering Afghanistan, now again under Taliban rule, is Pakistan, one of America’s oddest “allies.” Governed by a shaky coalition of ineffective politicians and trained military leaders trying desperately to contain the challenge of domestic terrorism, Pakistan may be the best definition yet of a highly combustible threat that, if left unchecked, might lead to the nightmare of nightmares: jihadis taking control of a nuclear weapons arsenal
Why Pakistan Supports Terrorist Groups, and why the US finds it so hard to induce change.
The United States has long been frustrated with Pakistan’s persistent acquiescence to safe havens for the Afghan Taliban and its vicious Haqqani branch in Pakistan (both of which benefit more from misgovernance in Afghanistan, but Pakistan’s aid helps a lot).
Pakistan's Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Their Impact on Stability
In the current environment, the introduction of tactical nuclear weapons by Pakistan in response to India’s limited war strategy is only a means of reinforcing deterrence and enhancing stability at the higher level of conflict by inducing instability at the lower levels.
India's Nuclear Options and Escalation Dominance
The growing prominence of nuclear weapons in Pakistan’s national security strategy casts a shadow of nuclear use over any potential military strategy India might consider to strike this balance. However, augmenting its nuclear options with tactical nuclear weapons is unlikely to bolster Indian deterrence in convincing ways.
Pakistan cheers Taliban out of ‘fear of India’ – despite spillover threat
After years of accusations that Islamabad was covertly backing the Taliban, Pakistan's prime minister overtly hailed the fall of Kabul on Monday. Experts say geostrategic concerns about its archenemy India motivate Pakistan’s pro-Taliban stance – making it unlikely to change course, even amid fears that the militants’ control of Afghanistan accentuates the jihadist threat at home.
Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons
The political and strategic considerations that prevent the US government from taking over Pakistan's nuclear arsenal
Nuclear Security in Pakistan: Reducing the Risks of Nuclear Terrorism
Today's frightening instability in Pakistan comes in a world in which global terrorists are actively seeking nuclear weapons and the materials and expertise needed to make them, a quest that has been underway for more than a decade. Rapid action is needed to keep the Taliban's advances in Pakistan from creating new opportunities for these deadly adversaries.
MUNROT 2022.About the conference
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