The United Nations Security Council is one of the most essential UN bodies, responsible for the maintenance of international peace and security on a global scale, the admission of new member states to the UN, and the approval of changes to the United Nations Charter. Under Article 25 of the Charter, all member states of the United Nations are obligated to comply with the decisions of the Security Council, making it the only organ that can pass a binding resolution. With this comes also a burden which has led the Security Council to become one of the most intense sites of debate and negotiation within the UN. The Security Council is regarded as an intermediate-level forum, where delegates will learn to navigate intense debate and to delicately negotiate within a forum that has 5 veto powers, P-5 caucuses, and much more!
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South China Sea disputes