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United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

The Security Council is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations and was established by the UN Charter. The Security Council has primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security. The Security Council takes the lead in determining the existence of a threat to peace or act of aggression. It calls upon the parties to a dispute to settle it by peaceful means and recommends methods of adjustment or terms of a settlement. Issues of peace and security may be brought to the attention of the Security Council by one of the General Assemblies.
 

Topics:

1. The Discussion of the Deal of the Century
2. Establishing regions for the use of unarmed aircrafts (Drones). 


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About the Chairs

Marina Markarian
Chair
mkm19@mail.aub.edu

Marina Markarian is currently a sophomore at the American University of Beirut studying Political Sciences. Her MUN journey began 4 years ago which sparked her interest on a number of social and political issues that are present in our world.  On a more personal note, Marina believes in standing up for what she believes in and look for ways to bring about change. She is an advocate for peace and always tries to maintain a positive aura. Marina hopes this conference will be enlightening and enjoyable for everyone.

Dhana AlNoaman
Co-chair
g00086003@aus.edu

Dhana Abdulrahman is a twenty-year-old college student who was born and raised in the UAE. With a keen, passionate personality, she’s always ready for a challenge, MUN being one of them. She has participated in several MUN conferences including AUDMUN, winning awards along the way. She’s a passionate speaker and debater; she believes these debates help people improve their knowledge on world issues and at the same time helps improve speaking skills and confidence, and she hopes to be able to both learn and educate during conferences. As a chair, she wishes to give delegates a chance to have a voice on issues they feel passionate about. MUN provides the opportunity to find solutions to problems with peace and unity.