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Research

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Vivian Lai

on 18 December 2014

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Step 6. Your country and the topic
Study Guide--your GOOD friend
Introduction of Committee
General Introduction
Past Actions
Actors
Future Prospects and QARMA
Bibliography
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Step 1. Overall Understanding
Step 2. Your Committee
Step 3. Know Past Actions
Step 5. Future Outlook and QARMA
QARMA=expectation of chair
More than QARMA
Analysis, editorials
Organizations, programs
Reports (gov, NGO)
Papers (think tanks, institutes)
What-ifs
Actors
Programs
Policies
Statistics
UN voting records
Statements
RESEARCH SKILLS

by Vivian

Where Everything Starts
Wikipedia--your BEST friend
International
Past resolutions (best print down)
Secretary General Reports
Programs, missions, etc of your committee and related bodies

With an eye to
Not do the same thing
Violate previous decisions
Revise and add to existing programs
Observe country and international body positions
Purpose
Power
Membership
Structure

SG and website
Using the Bibliography
Fast, easy convenient
Cited more often = more comprehensive and more important
Step 4. Current Situation
Prelude: Your Country
News articles (from different sides)
Timeline (BBC)
Analysis (blogs, news, books)

*Followup after position paper
*Q: What does this mean? How does this affect the situation? What is my country's part?
*Root Causes --> Solution
*Thinking outside the frame
*Solution-oriented
*Other resources

*Related departments of country
*Ministry of Foreign Affairs
*Specific books (use NTU library)
POSITION
"Be a man. Do the right thing."

Being your country comes before doing the right thing.
JOURNEY STARTS HERE. YOU READY?
QUESTIONS?
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