Winning Against War

From the two World Wars to as recently as the Israel-Gaza Conflict, actions of warring factions and nations have continued to violate international laws and commit atrocities. Yet it has been found difficult to precisely define the term 'war crime,' and its usage has, and continues to, evolve constantly. Despite being internationally recognized as a war crime, these atrocities seldom fall under the jurisdiction of a governing body and often warrant no action or relief.
The IITG Model United Nations Edition 14 brings to you the agenda for the UN General Assembly, “Winning Against War”. Here, you will take into consideration the past, debate the present and ideate the future course of action on armed conflicts and wars and the ways in which they can be resolved, if not avoided, at the international level.

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