Tuesday

Tensions Between Member states?

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Today’s discussion about the compatibility of the proposed European Union’s budget with the stability of EU’s mechanism raised tensions amongst delegates, as special treatments of some member states, as well as financial aids, were pointed out. Germany praised Ireland for its economic recovery after receiving financial support, and deplored that more countries couldn’t follow its […]

Tuesday

NATO in Poland and the Nature of Capitalism

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The start of the glorious October Revolution in Russia was not the start of the international fight against capitalism, but it was undoubtedly the most successful rising of the workers. The Russian people were the only ones whose fire for justice and equality burned bright enough to rise and burn the capitalist regime, serving as […]

Tuesday

Trying to Change 90’s Mistakes

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The Rwandan genocide of 1994 occurred between April and July because of the attempted extermination from the Hutu against the Tutsi; what happened those months was that the Tutsi population was almost eliminated – it was an ethnic cleansing. The conflict was a huge massacre in which some countries took part just to try to […]

Tuesday

A Comment on Sabre Rattling in the Arctic Council

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The Arctic is threatened by climate change and the ice is melting rapidly. Animals, indigenous populations and the disadvantaged lower classes from all over the world, especially the working classes from developing countries, suffer from the consequences that issue from global warming. What the capitalistic countries of the Arctic Council want is an agreement on […]

Tuesday

Is the European Council Working for or Against the People?

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The first debate of the European Council on the 14th of August seemed full of promises even before it started, as its topic (the future of the European Union) should definitely be more about its people than about satiating the great engine of capitalism. But yet again, the debate quickly shifted towards increasing a so-called […]

Monday

The 6th edition of BerlInMUN is opened

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On the 14th of August 2017, the 6th edition of BerlInMUN officially started with the opening ceremony. This year’s conference is dedicated to “Future Generations.” The president of the BerlInMUN association Hannah Bergmann opened the ceremony on Monday, the 14th of August, by welcoming the participants that have arrived from all around the world. Hannah […]

Tuesday

Press release (AC)

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Press release (Arctic Council: Saami Council) “The Saami Council of the AC considers commercial shipping routes to be of utmost importance. As an indigenous group living in the areas affected by increasing commercial shipping, we cannot be taken for granted and we must have a voice on this issue. Local fishermen are unable to compete […]