North Atlantic Treaty Organization
President: Mariana Cortés Gallardo
Chair: Diego Márquez Sánchez, Santiago Hernández Vázquez, Rebeca López Paredes y Erick Noel Belmonte Valdez
Topic A) Political and military measures to prevent further naval and territorial conflicts between Ukraine and Russia
Topic B) Reaffirm diplomatic and military strategies to increase the security of Afghanistan’s inhabitants facing the current terrorist attacks by the Taliban
Committee's outline and faculties
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was created in April 4th, 1949, facing the existing concern of the aftermath of World War II. Initially, the 12 founding members of the Alliance focused on demoralizing the Soviet expansionism and interdict the resurgence of the nationalist militarism in Europe. Nowadays, the organization is conformed by 30 member countries from North America and Europe which signed the North Atlantic Treaty and agreed to follow and respect all of the articles stated in it. The organization gives full support to the United Nations to deal with belic conflicts, natural or human-made disasters, and attempts against any member or partner country, including the contribution of political and military resources.
If a state of warfare is introduced, the five permanent members of the Security Council must be present; this as a result of article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty. The state of warfare can only happen between member states and partner states.
Plans and conducts operations, trains, provides education with non-governmental organizations, local authorities, sub-organizations ,and agencies.
The organization can provide air and maritime aid to the United Nations, in addition to detailed military contingency planning and the implementation of a peace plan.
Civil protection measures are developed by the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) to have better capabilities to overcome any natural or humanitarian disaster.