Since India's independence in 1947, the northern region of Kashmir, which borders Pakistan and China, has been claimed and reclaimed by all three regional Powers.
Delegates in this Hybrid Security Council will be transported to the near future, where the Kashmir Crisis is slowly reaching tipping point. Diplomatic attempts to resolve the situation appear to have failed, and the only thing standing between the regional powers and a nuclear winter in the Asian continent are the 15 Delegates of the UN Security Council. Delegates will be forced to reckon with the potential of nuclear threats, terrorist attacks and uncooperative as they battle to pass a Resolution through the Council before it's too late.
The two Hybrid Cabinets will work alongside the Hybrid Security Council. With between 5 and 12 seats, these cabinets are created for inexperienced delegates willing to try crisis in a more crisis-like environment. Each cabinet decision will have a direct impact on the other cabinets but also on the Security Council, and vice versa.
These cabinets are:
- The Hybrid Crisis Pakistani Government Cabinet,
- The Hybrid Crisis Indian Government Cabinet.
This branch is a perfect introduction to the world of Crisis MUN. While still maintaining a Resolution-based Rules of Procedure, Delegates will still have to reckon with a dedicated Crisis Director who will test their mettle at every corner. Less experienced Crisis Delegates are welcome to apply to this Forum!
Rules of Procedure