Historical Committee: UN Security Council 1950
The Historical Security Council is a permanent council established by the UN Charter, with the sole purpose of maintaining international peace and security. The UNSC is the only council that can force a nation to do something, as long as it passes in a Resolution. The UNSC may also establish subcommittees to aid its efforts, and can call for investigations of fact-finding missions to obtain more information on a dispute. In this case, our committee will work to revisit issues with the Korean War rather than establishing subcommittees. Within ASFMUN, the Historical Committee will essentially function the same way as the Security Council; however, instead of debating current disputes, the HSC will debate historical disputes at the time they occurred. The committee will focus on the Korean War and delegates will revise the 82nd and 85th resolutions adopted in 1950 regarding the war. We hope delegates will find this historical revision beneficial for the capacities of the security council.
Topic A: Revisiting resolutions 82 to 85 in regards to the Korean War
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