As a leftover issue from history between India and Pakistan, it needs to be properly settled through dialogue and consultation between the two sides. Our stance on that is consistent. We hope that the parties concerned will pursue a peaceful settlement through dialogue. As neighbour and friend to both Pakistan and India, we hope the two countries will properly address their differences through dialogue and consultation, manage and control the situation and jointly work for peace and stability of South Asia and the growth of the region.
Position papers may serve as a starting point for negotiations and debate at the Conference. Well-crafted position papers can often take the place of formal opening speeches and allow Representatives to attend to the substantive work of their committees more quickly.
The position papers linked below demonstrate both the format and content of well-crafted position papers for AMUN. They were taken from actual position papers from past AMUN conferences, though the delegation names have been removed.
Each delegation should submit one complete position paper that covers all of the committees and topics for their delegation. Generally, position papers are about words one half page, single-spaced per topic. Topics in Security Council simulations are not pre-designated. Delegations on the Security Council or Historical Security Councils should select the two or three topics that are most important to their country and submit a position paper again, about words for each of those topics.
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Do not include any formatting in the position paper—any bold, italic, or underline text will be lost. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about position papers or their submission. Remember that position papers are due by CST on 25 October in order to be eligible for a position paper award.
No position papers will be accepted after 4: CST on 9 November.Kashmir Conflict: Solutions and Demand for Self-determination Rashmi Sehgal School of History, Politics and Strategic Studies the Kashmir issue has attracted attention of many researchers, scholars and authors.
Jana Sangh had early taken the position that Kashmir was an integral part of India, that the reference of the. Sample Position Papers The position papers submitted here are formal, public statements of a delegation’s position on the topics under consideration in a particular committee.
Position papers may serve as a starting point for negotiations and debate at the Conference. This paper thus reports the results of this exercise and discusses the same in light of Placing the Kashmir issue in the larger context of Indian politics, Bruce Graham () Jana Sangh had early taken the position that Kashmir was an integral part of India, that the reference of the.
pull the rest of the world into a dangerous war. In this paper, we will examine the major reasons for the insurgency, and why it only gained momentum some 40 years after India’s partition. Finally, we will explore some of the modern-day proposed solutions to the ongoing conflict over Kashmir.
The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict primarily Declassified British papers indicate that Britain and US had let their Cold War calculations To achieve its goal of self-determination for the people of Jammu and Kashmir the Jamaat e Islami's stated position was that the Kashmir issues be resolved through constitutional means and Location: Kashmir.
Official Pakistan Position on Kashmir as explained in Pakistan Embassy website is as follows: Kashmir is a disputed territory 1) Accession of Jammu and Kashmir(J&K) to India is disputed because Maharaja Hari Singh acceded to India under duress without consulting the wishes of the people.