Vote Recommendation: For
Within the real world in 2019, 49 Journalists were killed while reporting from warzones. While this number was the lowest it has been in two decades, it is still too high.
Today's resolution decreases instances of warzone journalists being killed or detained by allowing them total, unabridged access to warzones across NS. This in turn means that the world can receive much needed reports on the state of human rights in war zones, war crimes, and other general information integral when peeking into conflicts.
Furthermore, today's resolution does not abridge national sovereignty as journalists are only guaranteed access to what combatants in a certain conflict will see. If journalists are caught participating in combat, this resolution does not apply to them; so nations who catch journalists fighting against them may still detain or execute combative journalists.
For the above reasons, I urge a vote For this proposal.