Presiding Over Creating Rhythms in Music and Debate

Christopher Davies

Ingmar Salim (Also known as President Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie), currently studying History in the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Arts and Social Science. A student in Singapore for fifteen years, he has chaired and delegated at numerous MUNs. With his host of experience we caught up with used the magic of time travel to catch up with him in the 1998 Indonesian Cabinet.

He pays attention to how delegates contribute to directives, as these vital directives are the molders of debate in committee. His advice for crisis delegates is utilize the most one has with their resources.

With a host of experience in Model UN, he describes his proudest moment to be his appointment as Secretary-General of Singapore Model United Nations 2016 (SMUN) happening this June.

Apart from Model UN, he also describes himself as a percussionist.

The Effect of Weaponisation on the World as a Whole

Putri Marsha Amanda

On the last day of the conference, the delegate of United States of America remarked that during the conference a lot of countries didn’t make any statement pertaining to their respective countries, which resulted in a chaotic discussion. The delegate of Fiji said, “We all waste our time although there are still a lot of problems out there.”

While the mass killing of human beings is not a new feature of warfare, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) pose an unprecedented constellation of challenges to peace and security. Over the past century, various states have built and stockpiled lethal arsenals of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons and the materials to produce them.

The implications of space weapons go beyond the physical threat they pose. Humanity is also facing a serious spiritual threat to its ability to know the reality of the cosmos. The potential for a false flag scenario not only makes it possible to frame extraterrestrials for a future attack carried out with space weapons, but also serves to create even more fear and hostility towards beings from other planets. Extraterrestrials are said to have reached a level of consciousness beyond ours and could therefore provide spiritual guidance to us in our troubled times; however, a false flag scenario would only serve to further isolate humanity and block us from receiving help from outside.

If China and Russia allow the weaponization of outer space to proceed, they are effectively enabling a small elite group desiring military expansion above all else to wield enormous power over humanity, potentially with the capacity to clandestinely initiate the next world war while cutting us off from receiving interplanetary help. This makes the need for a binding treaty, before the weaponization of space accelerates, all the more urgent. It was very unfortunate that delegate of the Russian Federation did not attend the two-day conference, and that the delegate of China was not active in that session. Nevertheless, the conjecture of this last session was exciting and informative all the same, leaving us with some food for thought.

CCIA: The End with the Bang

Erwin Suroso

SINGAPORE (February 21, 16) – The Covert Conference for Intelligence Agencies (CCIA) has ended with a bang.

As the 4 last updates are posted in the CCIA Tumblr website, the one second-to-last truly gives an ironic joy to many of the delegates who were supposed to prevent this highly volatile catastrophe.


The CCIA update denoting the end of the exhausting carousel-ish conference

Despite the countless efforts that have been exerted by all delegates of the council, all the tension, the blames, the attacks, the insults, the join of hands, the severing of arms, and the efforts to make peace occur in the world did not produce a cohesive and peaceful resolution. In fact, there was no resolution – the Chair simply stated in the 2 last posts that war is out, and 6 cities (with 3 Israeli in it) has been ‘blown to bits’ (so says the Chair herself).

The following is the very last post that sums it all up.


The Earth survives! – The very last post submitted to the CCIA Tumblr by the Chair.



The delegate of China rejoices to the explosive end of the CCIA.