United Nations Security Council Director: Lindsey Mosley
The Bosnian War was a very complex conflict in the 1990s following the fall of the Soviet Union and break-up of Yugoslavia. The War included several different combative groups, genocide, a refugee crisis, and international interference to name just a few aspects of this complicated conflict. The UN was involved in the war, but today many believe that the UN did not go far enough in their response and thus contributed to the severity of the struggle. This committee will have the ability to change that. The Security Council will be dropped back into the 1990s and must decide for themselves how best to intervene while sifting through the many different issues that arose during this fight.