Crisis Committees

Futuristic Security Council, 2018

Hello! My name is Kai Diaz-Albertini and I am a 21-year-old law student from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru. I am thrilled to participate in this edition of LiMUN, which is also my fifth participation in this conference! Having two years debating and two years directing in here has given me a warm connection to this event, particularly on the friendships one can make and how great are the students debating.

My experience with MUN starts and finishes with Peruvian Universities, the team that organized my first debate at LiMUN 2012 and the family for which I have travelled to South Korea, Italy, Rome, Colombia and the USA, debating at the highest level in Harvard conferences. It has given me the chance to prove myself against very talented people from all over the globe, as well as improving skills and adding friendships. I am grateful for all those experiences and look out for many more.

Our goal is to give that experience to high school students here in Lima, and I am utterly sure that that goal will be reached! In case you have any question, please contact me! It is my job to make your experience in this conference as good as possible!

Topic: War in the Korean Peninsula

After the geopolitical discussions, public threats and military movements, a war has finally sparked in the Korean peninsula. Reckless action from China, the US and Japan started a war that searches the complete control of Korea, or even the eastern area of Asia. Although an anti-nuclear deal was made to avoid a potential domino effect which could end up in a wipe-out of the human race, there is still war in the air, land and sea of both DPRK and South Korea. The Security Council must act immediately throughout the evolutions of this crisis, addressing war crimes, a refugee crisis and controlling the expansion of the war zone.

The 5 sessions of this Council will be divided by two months, starting in April 2018 and having a last session in December 2018, hopefully ending with a peace treaty. Each session, the Council must set a directive trying to solve the situation, and depending on the Committee’s actions the situation will recover or worsen. It is a committee that will discuss new weaponry and technology in a new landscape for war. Welcome delegates to the first direct war between world powers in the XXI Century: the Korean war of 2018.

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