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Security Council

The Climate Crisis
Fostering Global Security in the Age of Artificial Intelligence   

About this Committee

The United Nations Security Council's (UNSC) maintains international peace and security. Established in the aftermath of World War II, the UNSC comprises 15 member states, including five permanent members with veto power—reflecting the post-war power dynamics. The UNSC addresses various global security issues, ranging from armed conflicts and humanitarian crises to nuclear proliferation and terrorism. The UNSC embodies the essence of the United Nations mission to promote peace and cooperation, offering participants a dynamic platform to address the world's most pressing security challenges.

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Standard Chair
Annie George
Letter From Chair
Vice Chair
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