Security Council 2

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Issue 201

The question of reforming the Security Council framework

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Issue 202

The situation in Afghanistan

President

Sabrina Gulotty (AAIA)

Hello, delegates! My name is Sabrina Gulotty, and I am a junior at Asia American International School. I will be President of Security Council II (SC) at STMUN XIII, and I am the expert chair on Issue 201, "The question of reforming the Security Council framework.” I first began my Model UN journey in the seventh grade, and have since attended seventeen conferences and chaired at five. In my experience as both a delegate and a chair, I have watched upperclassmen graduate and underclassmen grow into their roles. Each and every time another conference comes around, I am reminded of the reasons why I love Model UN: the intellectually-stimulating debate, the welcoming people, the nuanced issues, and so much more. Although it can be daunting for an inexperienced delegate to jump right into impromptu speaking and discussing complex issues, I encourage all delegates all to try your best to engage and work to find solutions the topics at hand. I hope to make this conference as fulfilling as possible for you all, so please come to me with any questions, concerns, or random observations that you’d like to share with me. See you all in December!

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Deputy President

Cheng Yuan Li (IBSH)

Hi! My name is Cheng-Yuan Li. I'm currently a rising sophomore at the International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park, and I will serve as the deputy president of the second Security Council. Beginning my journey into MUN as an admin, I was soon drawn into MUN, amazed by the passion that delegates put into crafting solutions to real-world problems. I soon found myself poring over news outlets in the hopes of stepping up my involvement in MUN. Over the course of my MUN experience - with nine MUN conferences following my initial introduction to MUN - I have learned the importance of every country within the United Nations and their roles in the interconnected development of the world. Apart from this, I think that MUN is necessary for someone to develop a global perspective and put themselves into the shoes of other around the world in an attempt to solve the most prevalent issues in the world. I enjoy badminton and orchestra outside of school, and hope to find others of the same interest. I hope to be able to provide and experience the enriching and fruitful debate that is sure to be STMUN XIII. Thank you!