LEVEL: Intermediate Committee
The Arab League is an organisation of 22 countries whose peoples are mainly Arabic speaking or where Arabic is an official language. It aims to straighten regional cooperation.
The Arab League will be a part of a special Joint Regional Cooperation Session with the Council of the European Union. Both committees will cooperate in the debating of a joint topic.
Topic Arab League – Resolving the Aftermaths of the 2017 Qatar Diplomatic Crisis
Summit Topic – Towards an Arab-European regional vision for sustainable development, conflict and security: suppressing independent terrorist groups
Read the Study Guide Here: CUIMUN XXIII – Study Guide Arab League
Position papers must be emailed to your Chairs by Friday 20th of October.
||Name: Yeva Agayan
Nationality: Armenian from Ukraine
Occupation: ex LSE IR and History student, current law student
MUN Life: CUIMUN 2017 will be 20th MUN conference (5th CUIMUN), I am currently USG Chairing for LIMUN 2018
Hobbies: sports, tennis and watching Formula 1 in particular
Fun Fact about Me: I plead the Fifth
||Name: Ali S Kermalli
Occupation: 2nd Year Politics and International Studies Student at the University of Warwick
MUN Life: Started in 2011 (aged 13) in High School and CUIMUN will be my 30th MUN Conference.
Hobbies: Discussing Politics or Philosophy, following and playing football, table tennis
Fun Fact about Me: I am the founder of the first ever Mosque MUN society which has been recognised by the House of Commons
|Name: Petros Petrikkos (for real)
Occupation: About to start an MSc in Conflict Studies at the LSE
MUN Life: Started in 2009. It has helped shape my research interests in International Relations, conflict and security. First time at CUIMUN overall – excited and grateful for this opportunity!
Hobbies: Playing the guitar & composing, research, reading a good book, writing short stories & poetry, travelling, being a true charmer
Fun Fact about Me: When I’m hyper-involved, I am a well-functioning human being. Whenever I stop doing work, especially during the summer holidays, I become a blob. Keeping me busy is key.