General Assembly of the United Nations (Fourth Committee): Special Political and Decolonization
The League of Arab States
The League of Arab States an intergovernmental organisation formed of Arab states seek to promote their members’ cultural, political, economical, national and religious interests. The League of Arab States has its own Charter and is the key body when a dispute emerges between Arab nations. The League of Arab States can handle topics such as the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip and the Qatar Diplomatic Crisis, exemplifying a range of discussion that can be had between Arab nations.
Foreign interference in Elections
Russell greatly enjoyed the Model United Nations conference of his hometown in the previous year and thus he will resolve to ensure the enhancement of its reputation for NottsMUN 2018. As Russell questions his plans for the future, he takes solace in the notion that his three years at the University of York studying History have prepared him well to chair SPECPOL with his additional experience at the OPCW giving him an insight on the function of multilateral committees. Russell will also have no qualms in noting and applying elsewhere the inevitable innovations and precedents that NottsMUN 2018 will create.
Anna-Leah Gebühr is a second year War Studies student at King’s College London. She has done Model United Nations for a year now. Having participated in a wide range of committees and conferences, she soon discovered to love committees a little outside of the norm, such as a summit of Marvel superheroes. NottsMUN will be her second time as a chair, and she is looking forward to a great conference. Anna is always happy to answer questions. She loves to learn about peace and international organisations, as well as religion and culture. In her free time she enjoys studying Arabic, going to the theatre, exploring London and reading – or you can catch her talking about medieval fortifications and artillery with her friends.