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Military Staff Committee Syed Muhammad Ali Shah and Fahad Imran

Military Staff Committee Syed Muhammad Ali Shah and Fahad Imran

Committee Agenda and Structure

Military Staff Committee is designed to test and polish crisis resolving skills of the delegates participating. Spontaneity, eloquence, creativity and critical analysis skills would be crucial in order to move forward and achieve excellence. The committee would also challenge the aptitude of the delegates in the wake of an immediate crisis.

Agenda:

Originally a subcommittee of the UNSC, Military Staff Committee is designated to oversee UN missions abroad. However the Military Staff Committee at RYMUN will be having crises situations which will be relevant to the entire global community. Delegates will be expected to solve the crisis and pass a resolution. The scope of the crisis cannot be revealed before the conference but in order to prepare, delegates should familiarize themselves with the following:

1) Inter Military Co-operation/Alliances (Regional as well as International such as NATO ,NORAD and ISAF )

2) Role of your allotted personality in the National Military Command.

3) Strategic interests of your Armed Forces, regionally and internationally.

4) Modern Warfare (types and specifications)

5) General Military Structures (including operational and administrative)

Since information pertaining to the Armed Forces and their components is not as readily available as other organizations, the committee dais would expect the delegates to be familiar with their respective military’s hierarchy and some basic military terms.

Structure:

Due to the nature of this committee certain UN rules of procedure will be amended:

1) There will be no Primary speakers list.

2) Delegates will be appointed personalities and will act as representatives of their respective organizations/armed forces. All delegates will have equal voting rights.

3) Crisis situations will be revealed during the course of the conference. After the introduction of each crisis situation delegates will be given some time to prepare position statements which shall contain the stance of their country's military organization regarding the issue at hand.

4) Position papers ARE required for Military Staff Committee. Delegates are required to submit position papers detailing their personality's role in the Armed Forces with reference to the overall military structure and their Armed Forces contribution in the Global Community.

All other regular MUN rules of procedure will be observed for the debate and resolutions.

Note:

Position papers are not to be taken lightly as they will play a significant part in determining the award policy. The Committee Dias will accommodate delegates in instances where limited information is available regarding a country's military structure, however in all other cases delegates are expected to be well versed with their personality and its respective organization and such should reflect in their position papers.

All Position Papers should be emailed to Shah_94@live.co.uk by 7th of November.