Issues on the agenda

Possible measures to circumvent the proliferation of hypersonic weapons

Neutralizing the leftover landmines and war remnants with a special emphasis on less industrialized regions


The Disarmament and International Security (DISEC) Committee is the first of the six General Assembly committees of the UN, which, as its name suggests, deals with affairs and disputes that threaten to endanger the stability and security of the region or the world in the general sense. The agenda items of the DISEC committee may originate from both political or military conflicts between states and aggressive actions taken by organizations not necessarily affiliated with any country. The aim of this committee is to present solutions that are not only efficient but also addressing the problem at its core in order to permanently resolve the issue. The main topics that are in the DISEC Committee area of responsibility are as follows: Establishing the foundations for a universal system of administration on international security and stability, the universal application of the aforementioned system on the arms inventories of national military forces and the disarmament of weapons that are capable of distrusting peace within a region or on the international scale. The DISEC Committee works in cooperation and unison with the UN Disarmament Commission and the Geneva-based Conference on Disarmament.