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us senate

 Established in 1789 by the U.S. Constitution, the United States Senate is the distinguished upper house of the U.S. federal bicameral legislature, constituting the United States Congress. As the federal legislature, Congress holds the pivotal authority to pass federal laws, shaping the nation's legal framework.


 The U.S. Senate, an intermediate committee, seeks delegates with experience and a keen interest in U.S. politics. Unlike standard Model UN committees where delegates act as national diplomats, this committee empowers participants to represent their individual ideas and political parties. In this session of the U.S. Senate, the focus will be on wars, turmoil, and terrorist organizations in the Middle East.

 This collective commitment serves as a beacon of hope for a more secure future, not only within the Middle East but also for the broader global community. The deliberations within the U.S. Senate, marked by expertise and a profound understanding of U.S. politics, underscore the significance of international collaboration in fostering lasting peace and stability.


 As the Senate convenes for this consequential session, the world watches with anticipation, recognizing the pivotal role these discussions play in shaping a safer and more harmonious global environment. The U.S. Senate's unique approach mirrors the complexities of global politics, emphasizing the vital role of diplomacy in addressing shared challenges on the international stage.

Agenda: USA's fight against terrorist organizations

in the Middle East

Under Secretary General: Sena Nisa Atay

Academic Assistant: İrem Baydar

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