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The Political Science and Comparative Politics course hosted Model United Nations

School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

The Political Science and Comparative Politics course hosted Model United Nations spring session over the seminars on 2 and 6 May 2017.

The MUN, discussing “Reestablishing UNOMIG Mission to Georgia” showcased the students-cum-delegates from the UN Security Council (US, United Kingdom, Russia, France, and Chine) permanent and non-permanent member states. The delegates presented their position papers, debated, drafted a resolution and, the veto power of Russia notwithstanding, and even achieved its adoption in two cases. In a joyful setting, the MUN drew on the course related topics about governance, ideologies, foreign policy, and international organizations.