The most powerful body of the United Nations, the UNSC and its significance needs little introduction. With the responsibility to safeguard international peace and security, the UNSC has the power to discuss the legality of war, impose sanctions, and even create peace keeping operations and military interventions.
Squaring off the worlds great powers in some of the most urgent issues of international security, debate is fast paced and intense due to the small size of the committee and the power of the veto - no other committee has the high stakes or level of impact as the UNSC. Suited for experienced delegates, the Security Council is one of the most fascinating committees.
Cate Hooton and Bridget Deane
The Question of the Kurdish State