NATO North Atlantic Council
The North Atlantic Council (NAC) is the principal political decision-making body of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), consisting of Permanent Representatives from its member countries. It oversees the political and military process relating to security issues affecting the whole Alliance. It brings together representatives of each member country to discuss policy or operational questions requiring collective decisions, providing a forum for wide-ranging consultation between members on all issues affecting their peace and security. It was established by Article 9 of the North Atlantic Treaty and it is the only body in NATO that derives its authority explicitly from the Treaty.
In KarMUN NAC is a returning committee, setting new issues and topics to be debated during the conference. This council provides a new possibility for the discussion of serious and modern issues. Considering the dream of a better future and a globally balanced world in all possible ways, the highest levels of cooperation is required from every delegation, in order to have an extremely successful conference.
- Safety in the Black Sea - Conflict between Russia and Ukraine
- Syrian Civil War
- The situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina