Category Archive: UNSC

SC in crisis: the gloves are coming off

Following the events which our colleagues at the BBC and The Diplomat reported upon in their articles Escalation in the South China Sea and Fighting in the South China Sea, the United Nations Security Council has been called to an emergency session by it’s current president, His Excellency, Ambassador Liu Jieyi of the People’s Republic of China.  The …

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“Yes, we can!” – Interview with the P5

“YES WE CAN!”   an interview with the Permanent Members of the Security Council by Valentina San Martin Later in the afternoon during the coffee break, I had the opportunity to ask some questions to the Big Five in order to understand how they apprehend the future on a political level. Unfortunately, even after some investigations, …

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We are Chronicle. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget.

And we will come for you! Yes, I’m talking about you! You, who thinks they can mess with us. You’re gonna mess with us?! You don’t know that we know what you don’t know!   Wildly confusing? Well, apparently some delegates (and we reserve the right to publicly shame them if this continues) think they …

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Girls, pirates and unicorns (aka Gossip Edition #2)

Alright, pretty people, we’re getting more gossips than we can publish at a time, so here goes the first round of quotes, mishaps and hilarious stories:   “I just want to have fun, but they won’t give me fun” – said the a girl who was moments earlier dragged away screaming by a guy in shorts. …

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UNSC Code instead of Da Vinci Code

UNSC Code instead of Da Vinci Code  by Valentina San Martin   Everybody knows the story of The Last Supper. During this final meal, Jesus shared a nice apperitivo with his Disciples before predicting his betrayal by one of the present Apostles. Indeed, Leonardo Da Vinci even painted the event in the late 15th– century which is now exposed in the Covent of Santa Maria della Grazie in Milan.  …

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