Historical General Assembly:
United Nations Special Political Committee (SPC)
The United Nations Special Political Committee was originally created as an additional General Assembly committee to handle matters that had not yet drawn the attention of the First Committee. The body continued to exist until the late 1970s, when it was merged with the Fourth Committee to form the modern-day Special Political and Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL). Despite its status, the SPC has tackled numerous important issues over its brief tenure. This Historical General Assembly committee will tackle issues related to international security and politics with the intent of producing a resolution that may lead to an outcome better than what history actually saw.
Sarah Ajise is a second-year student majoring in International Relations and French with a minor in Human Security and Geospatial Intelligence. She was born and raised in Sacramento, CA. As a member of USC’s Model United Nations team, Sarah has served as a crisis staffer at TrojanMUN 2017 and co-chaired UNESCAP at SCMUN 2018. This is her sixth year doing MUN. In her free time, Sarah loves to explore Los Angeles, watch Netflix and vlogs, and hang out with friends. She is also a member of Delta Phi Epsilon, a Foreign Service and International Relations Fraternity.
Alex Melnik is a fourth-year student completing a B.A. in International Relations and his Masters of Public Administration. He grew up in Rochester, NY and has studied abroad in Scotland and Indonesia. Alex has previously held roles as Secretary-General of SCMUN 2016, as well as Director of Internal Relations for MUNSC. At TrojanMUN 2017, Alex served on Secretariat as the USG of Delegate Affairs. During his free time, he loves drinking boba, travelling, and watching singing competitions.