Start a Model UN Conference by Completing These 6 Tasks

by Conna Walsh on January 31, 2017

Anu Garg served as the keynote speaker for PACMUN 2016.

This guest article was written by Lukas Corey, who served as the Under-Secretary-General of Regional Organizations for Pacific MUN this past November of 2016. In April of 2014 just following VIKMUN (hosted by Western Washington University) my […]

Rodolfo Diaz at the Facebook holiday party

Alumni Spotlight is a new series of interviews with Model United Nations alumni who are pursuing interesting careers and opportunities after graduation. Today’s interview is with Rodolfo Diaz, the former Head Delegate of the Harvard […]

Munecdote – Crisis: All in the Details

by Ayush Saxena on January 26, 2017

Delegates hear from human rights expert Martin S. Flaherty

Here at Best Delegate, we’re implementing monthly themes for our website content! The theme for January is Crisis Committees – enjoy this crisis-filled article and let us know what you think! Additionally, The MUNecdote (MUN-Anecdote) series, […]

MUNecdote: Crisis Mind Games

by Richard Zhao on January 25, 2017

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Here at Best Delegate, we’re implementing monthly themes for our website content! The theme for January is Crisis Committees – enjoy this crisis-filled article and let us know what you think! Additionally, The MUNecdote (MUN-Anecdote) series, […]

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Here at Best Delegate, we’re implementing monthly themes for our website content! The theme for January is Crisis Committees – enjoy this crisis-filled article and let us know what you think! In my sophomore year of […]

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There’s only one week left to apply to staff MUNI this summer as part of the Diplomacy Fellowship, or as a Residential Counselor or English Exchange Fellow. The Model United Nations Institute (MUNI) is Best […]

Delegates negotiating at the South African Model United Nations. Photo credit: UNIC Pretoria.

The Paris Climate Change Agreement in 2015 was groundbreaking because it was achieved with consensus. In the real United Nations is defined as the lack of objection by every Member State where a vote is […]

Research Binder Friday: United Nations Security Council

by Richard Zhao on January 20, 2017

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Written By: George Mullens Welcome back to Research Binder Friday! Today, we’ll be taking a look at one of the most exciting and coveted UN bodies – the United Nations Security Council.  Representing a country in […]

American University Model G20 Launch Recap

by Conna Walsh on January 17, 2017

OECD Secretary General Angel Gurría and American University School of International Service Dean James Goldeiger

Written by Julia Clark, Member of the American University International Relations Society Model UN delegates always joke about the overuse of “short and long term solutions.” I can guarantee that myself and the rest of […]