If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.
The United Nations Security Council is a major organ of the United Nations established as a revolving cabinet of countries which are given the task of maintaining international peace and security. Established in 1946 to address some failures of its predecessor, the League of Nations, the Security Council includes the “Big Five” permanent countries who won WWII—the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and China—as well as ten revolving members who serve two-year terms. The UNSC is responsible for focusing on all situations which threaten international peace, work towards diplomatic resolutions between opposing countries, and enforce such decisions through the deployment of peacekeepers. The Security Council is also involved in the appointing of the Secretary-General of the General Assembly.
The following are the honorable chairs for Security Council:
Head Chair: Casey Baldwin
Vice Chair: Rocky Wagner
Legal: Janna Nofal
The topics for this committee are the Saudi-Iran Proxy War and the Dispute Over Tibetan Independence.Topic synopses are available by clicking on underlined links. Position Papers (click link for instructions) are preferred by Saturday, March 17th, 2018, by 11:59:59 PM to their respective committee emails, found at the top of all topic synopses. Position papers will be graded towards Research Awards until Friday, March 23rd, 2018, 11:59:59 PM.