Cabinets is the hallmark organ of NCSC’s famed crisis committees. These committees are traditional crisis committees (18-20 delegates) and highly competitive with standard crisis powers and procedures. There is no better insight into the dangerous and volatile world of international relations than by direct experience in the administrations of various heads of state. Through the influence of clearly defined portfolio powers and in response to direct attacks on national security, delegates will have to act quickly and efficiently to combat intensely realistic challenges in the modern crisis setting. Committees in the organ vary from our championship match Ad-hoc Committee of the Secretary-General to the first democratically-elected Cabinet of Raúl Alfonsín in 1983 Argentina to the Cabinet of Côte D’Ivoire, 2011.