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1 TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 6th 2009, 20:39

Even though no countries of our school are having a resolution regarding terrorism, it is a major issue found in Asia especially in countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan to international concern, so it is something that will definetaly be in our caucus from a foreign school. This is a recent article on Taliban terrorism in the country of Pakistan. It is an interesting read to have an idea of how is the situation and how countries have been dealing with it. You don't have to read eveything but definetaly skim and research on what YOUR country has been doing or suffering from terrorism and its reactions to the War on Terror.

Pakistan Braces for Taliban Attacks
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/07/world/asia/07pstan.html?_r=1&ref=world


Want an interesting debate question??
Is Pakistan really helping the US and foreign countries in its territory the best it can, or does its government still have too much of the Talibam influence?
Has the War on Terror (RESEARCH ON THAT) really been effective?



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2 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 15th 2009, 08:54

All Delegates,

At this time the North Korean Delegation regrets to inform you that it is neither concerned nor attempting to disarm or stop any terrorists or thier suicidal attacks.

Our regrets do go out to those who lost thier lives this week at the UN offices in Islamabad Pakistan. Those 5 killed include; 4 Pakistanis and 1 Iraqi.

The attack was a direct attack against the UN, and the first direct attack against the UN in the Pakistani Capital. North Korea has no stand on support or opposition of terrorism in Aisa.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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3 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 17th 2009, 14:24

The country of Pakistan definitely sees Taliban a major threat. We are in serious danger and ask for aid from other countries. Taliban has recently killed 5 people in Pakistan (four of them Pakistan citizens). The Taliban spokesman, Azam Tariq, made the confirmation in a phone conversation with The Associated Press. “We proudly claim the responsibility for the suicide attack at the U.N. office in Islamabad,” he told The A.P. “We will send more bombers for such attacks.” We suspect more attacks from Taliban and our military is prepared to launch a major offensive in South Waziristan, (the rugged northwestern tribal region considered a stronghold of Taliban.)

Kristian
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4 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 17th 2009, 14:51

The delegate of Japan sees the conflict of terrorism in Pakistan as a major issue, this apply in the whole word. Japan never went through the actual issue of terrorism, but is aware that it is one of the worse thing that can happen to a country in term of keeping peace. Japan is definitively in favor of this topic.

The country of North Korea should also be of aid to Pakistan who is your ally, so North Korea should at least help Pakistan instead of ignoring your ally when your ally is in difficulties. Very Happy

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5 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 17th 2009, 17:36

The delegate of Pakistan would like to point out some facts that are mostly present in the site above. Pakistan is a victim of the poor structure of government of Afghanistan.

Pakistan has been suffering from this failed democracy of Afghanistan for a while now. Some example of Afghanistan’s poor government structure is the fact that Mr. Karzai, (leader of Afghanistan) who in angling to keep a hold on power has lined up half a dozen warlords who have guaranteed their political support in exchange for back-room deals. He did this in order to keep power. Mr. Karzai would have lost election but in order to keep his spot in power, he created a flawed election which is unfair to the people of the country. This shows how unstable the countries democracy is.

Pakistan suffers from this dramatically. Taliban take advantage of the central government of Afghanistan that is greatly weakened and invade the country of Pakistan killing many. Afghanistan cannot control what happens in their boarder which makes Pakistan suffer.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/08/world/asia/08warlords.html

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6 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 17th 2009, 18:32

Pakistani Delegation,

The North Korean Delegation is aware of the most recent Taliban attacks in your capital city. We are also aware of the threat of future attacks similar to the one that took place earlier this week. I myself read the direct News source online and agree with your Delegation that it is a large and major threat to your country and your people.

North Korea has long since been engaged in trade with the country of Pakistan and due to Pakistan's cooperation with North Korea's resolution, the North Korean Delegation would be strongly willing to aid Pakistan in any way possible. North Korea would be willing to sign on to your resolution as a co-submitter after a draft has been created. North Korea hopes that our countries will continue to support each other and the resolutions each country makes.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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7 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 20th 2009, 22:40

Delegates,

The delegate of Pakistan appreciates the aid and support from contries such as Japan and NK on the severe topic of world terrorism. Its is a great concern for many countries and especially mine, Pakistan, and as the delegate of Pakistan, I too look foward to support contries such as Japan and NK in future resolutions.

Kristian
Pakistan

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8 Terrorism in Asia on October 25th 2009, 12:54

The delegate of Japan thinks, that really important to do things now against terrorism, because now in the most countries it's easy to take controll over it. If the asian delegates wait to much time to do something against terrorism, maybe it's to late. Because if the terrosist are to strong we haven't a chance to do something against them.
We see this situation in Iraq, there the police and so on hasn't a chance to do something against terrorism.

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9 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on October 30th 2009, 11:07

Delegates,

The North Korean Delegation agrees that something MUST be done on the topic of global terrorism. It is a growing prioblem with new attack arising each week. Two weeks ago a direct attack on a UN building was conducted in the capital of Pakistan.

North Korea will support resolutions on putting down global terrorism.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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10 ~ on November 9th 2009, 21:04

The delegate of Afghanistan would like to state that it has finished a resolution on the topic of terrorism,which is,as other delegations have already pointed out,a very serious problem in our world today.

Thank you..

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11 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on November 9th 2009, 22:04

delegate of Afghanistan, the delegate of Pakistan deeply wishes that the delegate will bring forth a resolution that will fix the problems of both our countries, and a solution that will end the suffer of Pakistan, and other UN countries as well.

thank you and god luck!

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12 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on November 11th 2009, 08:27

Afghani Delegation,

If the country of Afghanistan is going to come forth with a resolution concerning terrorism, North Korea strongly believe that it will back Afghanistan.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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13 Re: TERRORISM IN ASIA on November 11th 2009, 20:32

Delegate of Pakistan wishes delegate of Afghanistan good luck and is hoping for a good and positive debate about this awful issue that is affecting Pakistan and other countries as well, once again, good luck
Delegate of Pakistan Diego Hernandez

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