Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
About the Committee
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is a regional organization created in 1967 as a reaction to the spread of communism. It was created to develop the region economically and promote peace and stability in the region. ASEAN has 10 official member states not including the observer states.
I. Promoting Regional Peace, Security, and Stability: the Cases of the Philippines and Myanmar
II. The Question of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)
About the Chairs
Reine Romheinchair email@example.com
Reine Alroumhin is an International Relations senior student. She participated in various MUN conferences when she was in high school and then began her AUDMUN journey when she helped, as the Director of Operations, initiate the first ever AUDMUN. She then went on to chair the next AUDMUN and is looking forward to chairing this year’s! She is mostly interested in political economy and social justice and enjoys lots and lots of literature.
Salah Eddine Kadadouco-chair SalahEYK@outlook.com
Salah Eddine Kadadou is a senior mechanical engineering student at the American University of Sharjah. He has taken part in a number of MUN conferences as a delegate before finally going onto chairing his first committee at the coming AUDMUN. For the most part his interests include debating social issues, automotives and the odd book here and there.