UN Disarmament and International Security (DISEC) Director: NICHOLAS ANDREWS
DISEC stands for Disarmament and International Security. The purpose of DISEC is to serve as a forum of debate to combat threats to peace that affect the international community and seek out solutions for the many challenges of a changing and more dangerous world. The committee is structured into three stages: general debate, thematic discussions, and action on drafts. Some of the most important decisions by the United Nations have been reached in DISEC; for example, Resolution 1, which was the very first general assembly resolution, titled “Establishment of a Commission to Deal with the Problems Raised by the Discovery of Atomic Energy.” The Dias typically has three members. A position paper is required, and it must represent the point of view of the country that is being represented.