UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL
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As a model of the United Nations, the International Vietnam Model United Nations will entertain not only a formal conference, but also procedures involving the making and finalizing of the resolution. As part of all Model United Nation conferences, member states are obliged to passionately debate for, and when necessary, against resolutions with diplomatic finesse to reach a fruitful consensus.
Topic: The South Sudanese Civil War
Duc Minh Pham
Seung Won Kwon
Minh Duc Phan
Crisis Staff Member