LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
This council grants the utmost power to those who are conceded with a temporary or permanent chair. Each delegate has the authority to create extraordinary policies that could furthermore disrupt the status quo. I strongly believe in the faculty of nonconformity. Delegates, it is your time to explore new methods to provide a frank change. I enthusiastically encourage you to question bureaucracy. Ergo, I am thrilled to chair over such a prestigious committee in AISMUN XVI.
I hope this will be an enriching experience for all of those participating. Thus, I expect that with your commitment, participation, and display of knowledge, you will fulfill your task during debate sessions in order to provide the organization with the most adept resolution possible.
In case of any issue or question, please do not hesitate to contact me through my email: email@example.com
Laura Soto- firstname.lastname@example.org
President, Security Council
Altamira International School Model United Nations
TOPIC A: THE SITUATION CONCERNING THE STATE OF BOKO HARAM IN WESTERN AFRICA
TOPIC B: CRIME & DRUG WAR IN MEXICO
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With more than 2.4 million displaced people in the Lake Chad Basin, around 232,000 Nigerian refugees and an estimate of 37,500 people killed since May 2011; Boko Haram has become one of the most critical emerging threats in Western African. Although the terrorist insurgency was deemed “controlled” in 2016, it has maintained a strong presence not only in Nigeria but in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger.
The Islamic organization has been capable of adapting to diverse international and local governmental strategies. Additionally, it has vowed a direct confrontation towards the western ideals, including the basic principles of the United Nations. It is the Security Council’s duty to publish international accords that could pose a viable solution towards the situation concerning the state of Boko Haram.
Drugs are a sensitive topic throughout the world. Its consumption has lead to a massive effect in the international community. Crime is noticeably one of the principal consequences. As a matter of fact, drug cartels have created seemingly unnoticed transnational crimes. However, it is up to the Security Council to deem and propose solutions that could furthermore resolve crime wars not only in Mexico but around the world.