Crisis: Cabinet 2 – The Austrian Empire
While traditional General Assembly and Specialized committees operate on a static timeline, Crisis does not. Instead, the actions the delegates take directly affect each update and influence the eventual end result of the committee. As such, the strategies to do well in a Crisis committee differ from those of a GA or Specialized. Here are some strategies that have worked for me.
Martin is a third year History and Politics student who has participated in several conferences in the past year, particularly enjoying the drama and chaos of crisis. Apart from MUN, Martin likes running, reading, the occasional G&T, and (probably) the latest meme content. As chair of the Austrian cabinet, Martin is committed to keep Italy under occupation of the legitimate foreign powers controlling most of the country. Delegates with a commitment to implement creative strategies and eating Strudel (don’t forget the cream) will find this crisis incredibly rewarding. Martin is looking forward to see you all at NottsMUN 2018 and hopes you will have great time.
Philippe Lefevre is a Third year History and Politics student recently recovered from his year abroad on the continent. He has been pursuing MUN for over 2 years now and has participated in over 20 conferences. Some might call him an addict. He has a particular fondness for international institutions and has recently made the bold move to shift to the dark side of MUN, Crisis. He spends what little time he has left working for the Youth Association for a Greater Europe and striving to maintain the body of a god, Buddha that is. Other than MUN Philippe also likes Model European Unions and with his Dual citizenship saving him from the Mad Max scenario that is post-Brexit Britain, he gloats from his 12-star tall high horse.