UNSC

United Nations Security Council

Committee Description

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is of high prestige as it is the only binding UN organ and reserves the right to make definitive decisions on issues threatening the security and sovereignty of nations by intervening through military, economic, or political means.

Consisting of five permanent members (France, People’s Republic of China, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, and the United States of America) and 10 temporary members that are replaced on a two year basis, the UNSC adopts an ad hoc debate procedure, which requires its attendees to be ever more knowledgeable, cautious, and experienced.

Agenda

Establishing framework for the demilitarization of the Arctic Circle.

Combating proliferation of nuclear weapons.

Question of the Falkland Islands.

Chair Reports

Report 1 by Ceyhun Fırat
Establishing framework for the demilitarization of the Arctic Circle.
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Report 2 by Nazlı Köylüoğlu
Question of the Falkland Islands.
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Report 3 by Ceyhun Fırat, Nazlı Köylüoğlu
Combatting Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
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