In 1945, the first nuclear bomb was dropped, which changed the trajectory of history and disrupted international relations. More states have nuclear weapons now than ever before, and it is up to you to tackle issues of nuclear security and nuclear energy. In this modern-day committee, delegates will discuss nuclear non-proliferation or proliferation, nuclear waste disposal, and nuclear energy disaster management. In addition to addressing pressing issues, delegates will be asked to respond to crisis type elements to prevent disaster. Delegates must consider how nuclear proliferation or non-proliferation affects the balance of power internationally, evaluate how regional powers could use nuclear weapons to their advantage, and keep nuclear technology out of the hands of non-state actors. You must also decide how to best dispose of nuclear waste, which could potentially last hundreds of thousands of years. Lastly, delegates will be tasked with mitigating the damage from nuclear energy plant meltdowns and decide if nuclear energy is worth the risks and public criticism. These issues will affect generations and generations to come, and the future is in your hands.