Tag Archives: Amanda Orcutt

The Role of Pace Model UN Students in Advocacy at the Arms Trade Treaty Negotiations

“Arms control and disarmament are urgently imperative…the heart of the most vital challenge to the international order.” — Benjamin B. Ferencz, prosecutor at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials and former Pace University adjunct professor of international law. As the Arms … Continue reading

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Model UN Students Meet Djimon Hounsou, Campaign for ‘Bulletproof’ Arms Trade Treaty

Students involved in Pace University New York City’s  Model United Nations program have played an important role as interns and volunteers in the global campaign to develop stricter controls on the international arms trade, currently less regulated than the market in bananas. This … Continue reading

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Pace Students Examine the Gender Dimensions of International Politics

“The personal is international,” feminist theorist of international relations Cynthia Enloe reminds us. This means that even though global policymaking has traditionally focused on the interactions between states, it is crucial to pay attention to the gender dimensions of international … Continue reading

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