United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
The current weapons race in space is viewed as a right of governments to self-defense granted by international law. States uphold legal systems and adhere to them, but they also have a right to self-defense. States frequently take advantage of gaps in these regimes to pursue military objectives focused on space in order to preserve hegemony, survival, the balance of power, or terror.
If you have a flare for all things astronomy and space science then this committee is for you! At GCMUN we encourage delegates to incorporate their knowledge of science and adapt it to the thrilling world of Model United Nations. A united response from every nation is required at GCMUN 23 to stop the militarization of space. Fellow delegates, we implore you to gather your research as formulation of measures to strengthen space security is vital.