United Nations Security Council, 1988
UNSC will be a double-delegate committee, without crisis notes.
However, crisis updates will be provided as committee progresses.
As one of the six principal organs of the United Nations, the Security Council stands as one of the few international bodies that are permitted to take binding action against countries that threaten international stability and peace. Comprised of 5 permanent members along with 10 rotating members representing a variety of regions, this committee stands at the pinnacle of modern diplomacy. The body is capable of taking action from authorizing UN peacekeeping forces to recommending economic sanctions, needless to say it is arguably the most influential area of the United Nations. This committee will function as a specialized committee.