The Nation Building Committee tasks delegates to develop a peace plan to ensure a peaceful partition or creation of a nation. Multiple delegates represent each member country, working together to consider all issues of nation building: social-humanitarian, political-legal, economic-financial, and security. The subcommittees adequately ensure long-term benefits for nations during times of crisis. Because of Nation Building's unique subcommittee structures, delegates are able to work more closely with one another to forge both friendships and resolutions within a larger committee.
The Breakup of Yugoslavia (1991-1996)