Pre-World War II
After the ashes of the first world war, it was expected that all wars would end and the world would be a more peaceful place. Unfortunately, it did not happen, while some countries were over-powered, others did not find what they hoped for after the war or they were crushed under heavy treaty clauses. This imbalance disturbed some countries. Some ideologists questioned why their countries were not as powerful as other countries, which ended up rise of fascism that was one of the most destructive ideologies the world had ever seen. The countries with this ideology were based on power and ambition thought their races deserved more land. On the other hand, there was an ideology called communism that aimed to rule the world under equality and humanism. As a result, the world was dragged into chaos and World War II began. In contrast to the realities, we ask the delegates to pursue a peaceful policy and resolve the crises before the Second World War on the table and eventually sign a treaty.
i. OPEN AGENDA