United Nations Security Council
- The question of claims on the Kashmiri region by Pakistan, India, and China
- The question of alleviating the effects of foreign intervention in Yemen
Paul-Louis Beliando (Paul)
Hello Everyone, and for my committee members, Welcome to the UNSC !
My name is Paul-Louis Beliando (Paul) – I am French / American and currently in my Final Year of the IB Diploma in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
For many years now, MUN has been a big passion of mine and I have been fortunate enough to attend many conferences, as Delegate, Chair, and Secretary-General. Having attended THAIMUN two times in the past, all in the SC as the delegate of the French Republic, I now have the delight and pleasure to be the Council’s Chair along with Pleng from ISB for what will be my final MUN Conference.
For me, The Security Council is one that is the crossing stone for many things. At the United Nations HQ in New York, this council is most often in charge of the world’s most sensible and divisive issues. This council represents excellence, challenge, and true diplomacy. In MUN, though, the Security Council is oftentimes the opportunity for delegates to grow from good to great. Be it thanks to the heated debates, the P5’s and their Veto’s or the Challenging issues, the UNSC is a great council to polish one’s MUN skills and further improve.
This year in the SC, we have been attributed the issues of both Kashmir and Yemen, two very sensible and complex issues in today’s geopolitical scene. I am certain that these topics will foster debate and be a stepping stone to a fantastic THAMUN VII
As always if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by email, at email@example.com
All my best and see you soon !
My name is Pleng Kruesopon and I am currently a sophomore studying at the International School of Bangkok. I am honored to serve as one of your chairs for the United Nations Security Council and I cannot wait to witness the fruitful debate we will foster together. I have been involved in Model United Nations for the past 3 years now and have been a member of our school’s IASAS traveling team since freshman year. Through my experience with MUN, I broadened my skills as a critical thinker and public speaker, allowing me to become a better diplomat. MUN has expanded my knowledge in our world’s current events and has taught me to become more globally-minded. I became more aware of the vast range of varying opinions and MUN has taught me to always try to understand both sides to any situation, which is what I hope that you as delegates, will gain from this conference.
If you have any questions at all, please feel more than free to contact me through my email.
I can’t wait to see you guys soon :)