The Arab League
Agenda: Re-establishing the rule of law within post-conflict countries in the Arab world.
The Arab League was founded on 22 March 1945. It aimed to be a regional organization of Arab states with a focus on developing the economy, resolving disputes and coordinating political aims. This committee is a League of Arab States seeking to promote Arab interests in general, but especially economic and security interests. It also works to resolve disputes among members and between member states and nonmember states.
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Siddhanth is a masters law student at the University of Cambridge. He is delighted to have been presented with the opportunity to return to his roots and contribute to what was for many years an integral part of his life. OakMUN, in particular, has always been close to his heart, and he thoroughly looks forward to returning; albeit in a different capacity. Siddhanth promises to ensure that the Arab League will be an enthralling committee, having been entrusted with an agenda over which much ink has been spilled. He hopes for discussions which are nuanced, critical, and thoughtful as opposed to generic or quixotic. At the same time, he also hopes for 3 days of laughter, excitement, and above all, an experience that will leave delegates with memories and connections that they will hold onto for a lifetime.
Dhruv is pleased to be serving as the Assistant Director for the Arab League. When not gaming, you can find him playing the guitar, spinning around in his chair, or listening to hard-core hip-hop music. He is notorious for his wit, charm and passive-aggressive sarcasm. Dhruv’s immense focus and over-powered tactics allow him to tackle difficult problems with ridiculous ease. He is thrilled to be a part of the Executive Board, and hopes to give back to delegates for their invested interest in this conference.