Delegates will take on the roles of cabinet members of President of the United States John F. Kennedy and the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev, beginning with the electoral results of the 1960 presidential elections in the United States. They will be discussing issues related to and reflective of the inherent dynamics of the Cold War in the beginning of the 1960s, which saw monumental developments in American-Soviet relations. Placed in this specific era, members of both cabinets will need to navigate through the tense atmosphere and diplomatic challenges created by the Cold War whilst dealing with issues such as espionage as well as domestic challenges in their respective nations characteristic of this time period. A comprehensive understanding of the historical background with regards to the way in which this bipolar world order was shaped and the events leading up to the 1960s is crucial for this committee, making it most suitable for highly experienced delegates who are also history enthusiasts.
Under-Secretary General: Selin Kumbaracı
Under-Secretary General: Sarper Kılıç
Academic Assistant: Batur Özbilgiç
Committee Board Members:
Kennedy CabinetBatur Özbilgiç
Khrushchev CabinetHikmet Fındık
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