The Security Council is responsible for maintaining international peace and security. Recommended primarily for experience delegates, it is composed of 5 permanent members and 10 non-permanent members, making a total of 15 member-states. Unlike other committees in the United Nations, the Security Council is the only organ other than the General Assembly that has the authority to impose sanctions and other assertive actions. The five permanent members have the power of veto. Any vote against a resolution by one of these nations will be considered a veto. It must be justified for purposes including the "defense [of] their national interests, to uphold a tenet of their foreign policy or, in some cases, promote a single issue of particular importance to a state."
The question of delineating the role of the Rohingya people in Southeast Asia
The territorial dispute between Cyprus & Turkey
Addressing the current situation in Egypt