Congress of Vienna
Topic 1: Formation of a German Confederation
Topic 2: Ownership of Poland and Saxony
As the sun rises on this day in November 1814, ambassadors from all over Europe convene together to discuss the future of Europe. Having just witnessed the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars, Europe is no longer in the state of affairs to proceed with more fighting. It is thereby the charge of this committee to resize and restructure Europe and its countries to ensure that no such revolutions or wars begin. With the lose of French territory and the recent expansion of Prussia, Austria, and Russia, it brings into question if one of these nations will make a move to domineer the landscape of Europe, or if a smaller nation such as the newly formed Netherlands will grasp much power. The fate and future of Europe may be decided by this committee’s rulings for years to come.
Katherine Kahley - Chair
Here from Philadelphia, Katherine Kahley is a sophomore at Boston University pursuing a dual degree in Political Science and Public Relations. Involved in Model UN since the sixth grade, BosMUN is her favorite BUIAA event of the year. When she's not studying. you'll probably find Katherine at a concert, watching Parks and Recreation or going on political twitter rants she regrets later. She's looking forward to some wonderful debating and an awesome committee!