Means to prepare for post-COVID society
The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to be worse than that of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, the entirety of the pandemic has claimed 1.5 million lives, have hindered the educational process of millions of students. The impact of this pandemic must be addressed internationally, and coping solutions applied. Preparation for the post-COVID world will be essential to society's normal function as the damages done might put the welfare of millions in jeopardy. It is reminded that today's global economy faces very different challenges, but essential parallels remain. Urgency and speed of action are as crucial as the need to mobilize resources on a real scale.
Combatting the use of social media in recruiting
In the society, combatting terrorists was a major part of security. When action opposed to terrorists accrue, they take action, sometimes injuring people. They are “Violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups who are inspired by, or associated with, designated foreign terrorist organizations or nations” according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In the past, these group physically attacked people and places, such as plane crashing to the World Trade center, assassination of presidents, and getting hostage of other people. These terrorists were previously in countries in middle east. With the help of the United States of America and other countries, most of the terrorists were caught. As the world develops, terrorists also fallow another rout of attack, the internet.
|Peace, security and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula|
The Korean conflict has been ongoing due to the division between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea, under the historical precedence that they claim to be solely legitimate government and state in all of Korea. Building on the momentum created by the landmark summit between both the leaders of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea that took place in early October of 2007, the General Assembly called on Member States to "continue the support in the internal Korean dialogue, reconciliation and reunification", to generate both peace and security on the Korean Peninsula, but, more broadly and importantly, in north-east Asia as well as the rest of the world.