United Nations Security Council Future 2030
Topic 1: South China Sea Colonization
Topic 2: Migrants, IDP's, and Refugees
The year is 2030, just five short years since the passing of the amendment to the United Nations’ charter that has restructured the Security Council. The council rejected the Secretary General’s proposed models and instead currently resides twenty-five members large. Five permanent member states who do not possess veto power have been added to the original big five members: China, France, The Russian Federation, The United Kingdom, and The United States of America, who all retain their veto power. And whilst some conversation still revolves around the reformatting of the committee, the addition of a greater presence in the committee allows for a greater conversation to take place upon the matters of international security. In a world which has rapidly changed in recent years in regards to issues of international conflict, the newly enhanced Security Council is set to convene to establish not only lasting peace, but also a precedent that their amended structure can function properly.
Danielle Wallner - Chair
Hi I am Danielle Wallner and I am a sophomore here at BU. I am majoring in International Relations with a focus in security and eastern europe, as well as a Computer Science minor. I am from Chicago, IL, and apart from MUN in my free time I enjoy playing tennis, watching documentaries, and exploring Boston. This will be my first time chairing and I look forward to working with you all!