Committees & Agenda Items

JCC: Intelligence Agencies' Summit on Afghanistan (IASA)

Agenda items: The Post-War Situation in Afghanistan and the Insurance of Peace and Stability in the Region

Year: 1990

USG and President Chair: Mohammad Ruzain Bin Ismail

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The year is 1990. Afghanistan has been at war for a very long time. It was at first invaded by the Soviets and then the unstable situation turned into a war in which the Americans supported one side and the Soviets the other. Until the Soviets decided to withdraw from the country, the war did not seem to be even close to ending. However, following the withdrawal of the Soviets from Afghanistan, foreign interference especially with intelligence agencies seems to have increased. The number of foreign soldiers is decreasing in Afghanistan day by day; however, because of the instability of the region, foreign intelligence has become very important. The intelligence agencies of different nations aim to gain as much information as possible upon what is actually going on on the ground in Afghanistan. They are also always ready to report any suspicious activity to their homeland. In case there will be an important update in Afghanistan, the armies that are withdrawing might need to come back. However, the primary goal must be to stabilize the region and ensure peace and security. But the problem is that the interpretation of "peace and stability" varies from country to country. Therefore, the representatives of intelligence agencies need to negotiate with other representatives and decide upon the future of Afghanistan.

Now, it is up to the Representatives of Intelligence Agencies to decide upon what they are going to do: Follow the path of history or draw a path of their own. The performance of the representatives will shape the flow of the committee, and the BHMUN'20 Team will shape their crises in accordance with the flow.

Country list:

1. CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) - United States of America (USA)
2. KGB (Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti) - (Committee for State Security)- Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
3. MI6 (Secret Intelligence Service) - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)
4. DGSE (Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure) - (Directorate-General for External Security) – French Republic
5. MSS (Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó Guójiā Ānquán Bù) - (Ministry of State Security) - People’s Republic of China (PRC)
6. Ministry of Defense - Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
7. R&AW (Anusandhān aur Viślēṣaṇ Viṅg) - (Research and Analysis Wing) - Republic of India
8. ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) – Islamic Republic of Pakistan
9. MIT (Milli İstihbarat Teşkilatı) - (National Intelligence Organization) – Republic of Turkey
10. MOIS (Vezarat-e Ettela'at Jomhuri-ye Eslami-ye Iran) - (Ministry of Intelligence of the Islamic Republic of Iran) – Islamic Republic of Iran
11. GIP (Ri'āsat Al-Istikhbārāt Al-'Āmah) - (General Intelligence Presidency) - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
12. Mossad (al-Mōsād) - (The Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations) - State of Israel
13. WSW (Wojskowa Służba Wewnętrzna) - (Internal Military Service) - Republic of Poland
14. SRI (Serviciul Român de Informații) - (Romanian Intelligence Service) -Republic of Romania
15. ŠtB (Státní bezpečnost) (State Security) - Czechoslovakia
16. SDS (Služba Državne Sigurnosti) - (State Security Service) - Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
17. CSIS (Canadian Security Intelligence Service) - Dominion of Canada
18. SID (Servizio Informazioni Difesa) - (Military Intelligence and Security Service) - Italian Republic
19. NIS (Ethnikí Ypiresía Pliroforión) - (National Intelligence Service) - Hellenic Republic (Greece)
20. KDS (Komitet za Dǎržavna Sigurnost) - (Committee for State Security) – People’s Republic of Bulgaria
21. BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst) - (Federal Intelligence Service) - Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)
22. MfS (Ministerium für Staatssicherheit) - (State Security Service) – German Democratic Republic (East Germany)
23. GID (Gihaz El Mukhabarat El ‘Amma) - (General Intelligence Directorate) - Arab Republic of Egypt