Joint Crisis Committees

Joint Crisis Committees

JOINT CRISIS COMMITTEE – Final War of the Romans

One of the most interesting organs to be found in the Specialized Agencies is most certainly the Joint Crisis Committee. It is also distinguished from other specialized agencies by the relatively broader initiative it grants to the delegates with regards to the procedures of the committee and the scope of action which fall within the capacity of the participant. The Joint Crisis Committee is usually separated into two different committees, representing the warring/conflicting parties of a military conflict whose conduct in both political and military spheres is the duty which the delegates are required to carry out throughout the sessions. The decisions in either political or military spheres –the latter may include a military operation, the deployment of a new war inventory etc. also effect the other committee in real time. In the end, the delegates need to enact the policies which would bring the conflict to a successful conclusion for their side.

This is a committee which requires an extensive knowledge about the political atmosphere of both one’s own country and the area where the battle is taking place, the military capabilities of both sides of the conflict and also their political system’s functioning on the part of the delegates. As this committee is shaped and managed by the delegates, it requires a mastery of the English language and creativity that can be applicable into political and warfare strategy. High participation is strictly obligatory.