The African Union is continental union of all African states seated in Addis Ababa with the duty to strengthen unity and solidarity between African Countries. Key issues discussed by the African Union includes threats to the sovereignty of African states, and the AU has often dissented from other international organizations with its approach to bodies like the International Criminal Court. Unlike many other IO's the AU has significant power to intervene in member states including with military force.
The African Union is an excellent committee for beginners and advanced delegates alike, and provides delegates with the opportunity to challenge and develop a number of contrasting viewpoints in the context of critical security threats.
Ian Trinh and Victor Sun
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