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Speech by Jin Young Choi Presentation by Su Jin Km Editing and translation by Bin Cho Speech by Jin Young Choi Presentation by Su Jin Km Editing and translation by Bin Cho
Agenda 1. Supervising firearms sales and gun control 2. Reviewing legitimacy to media’s report on ethnic and racial identity of terrorist suspects 3. Dealing with North Korean threats of carrying out pre-emptive nuclear strikes on the U.S regarding the security of the Korean peninsula and it’s neighboring countries
AGAINST Means of protecting oneself legally is needed. Existing laws are enough if executed more carefully.
President Obama’s suggested initiatives Universal background checks for gun sales The reinstatement and strengthening of the assault weapons ban Limiting ammunition magazines to a 10-round capacity Providing schools with resource officers and counselors putting more police officers on the streets establishing stronger punishments for gun trafficking IN FAVOR
Canada 1930s Registration of handguns is mandatory 1995-2012 Registration of all firearms is mandatory 2012-present Registration is NOT mandatory in most cities
Reviewing legitimacy to media’s report on ethnic and racial identity of terrorist suspects The second agenda;
Why does N.K threaten UK? United States led the successful push for sanctions at the United Nations to punish North Korea for its nuclear test
strategic patience The negotiations or offers of aid to Pyongyang are withheld unless the North Korea leadership shows positive, constructive behavior and willingness to negotiate over the dismantling of its nuclear weapons program “ ”
“If the North attempts any provocation against our people and country, you must respond strongly at the first contact with them without any political consideration.”
Strong measures against N.K 1998~2008 reconciliation and economic cooperation Ask to give up nuclear weapon in order to get more aids
CONCLUSION Agenda 1 How many countries respond to firearms sales and gun control Various examples of North American countries Agenda 2 1. The action of mass media when they doubt terrorist suspects. 2. Specific example – Boston Bombing Agenda 3 1. The reason why North Korea threatens the United States, the Korean Peninsula and it's neighboring countries. 2. How the president Obama and Park Geun-hye respond to North Korean threats.
WHAT IS NUCLEAR POWER? The use of sustained nuclear fusion, either a nuclear reaction or a radioactive decay process in which the nuclear of an atom splits into smaller parts, to generate heat and electricity.
Nuclear pollution resulted by natural disasters Earthquakes, tsunamis, widespread river flooding and hurricanes ex)Fukushima-earthquake and tsunami
POINTS OF ISSUES I One of the most dangerous type of pollution Radioactive particles Radioactive particles are released They continue to fall for several years.
POINTS OF ISSUES II Become vulnerable to flooding, earthquakes, and tsunamis → provide a ready source of cooling water → provide a ready source of cooling water for the essential service water system. →some power plants are built upon seismically active zones
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES’ ACTIONS TILL NOW I Hyogo Framework for Action(2005) → endorsed by the UN →enacted to reduce disaster risks The International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR) → assists in the implementation of the framework mentioned above
Formation of the International Nuclear Safety Advisory Group (INSAG) → by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) → express their recommendations on current and future nuclear safety issues INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES’ ACTIONS TILL NOW II
Between 1870 and 2004 Sea level rose 195mm 2 Main Factors 1) Thermal Expansion 2) Contribution of land-based ice due to increasing melting
Highest Point = 15ft.(4.6m) Experienced the effect of El Nino an La Nina The Changes Of Tuvalu Territory
Protected areas of Maldives are administrated by ministry of EPA of Maldives Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's 2007 report predicted the upper limit of the sea level rises will be 59cm by 2100
Tuvalu Renounced its territory in 2001, Started to find new places Australia, Fiji Tuvalu first asked to permit refugees, but overruled New Zealand Finally agreed to afford refugees but only some
ACR Association for Climate Refugees Make a way to help climate refugees, but only who are in Bangladesh LiSER Living Space for Environmental Refugees Making solutions for refugees who lost their homeland