At that point, the integrity of the CD would best be served by conceding defeat for the meantime and adjourning it sine die. Taking up a lesser issue would smack of desperation. Agreeing to deal with an emerging issue would require consensus, a hurdle at which the Conference on Disarmament so often baulks. Having already failed last week to adopt its work programme for 2013, the CD could do worse than experiment with a new approach to agreeing its annual plan of work.
(with acknowledgement to ClipArt for the symbol for meeting points)