JOINT CRISIS COMMITTEES
Joint Crisis is a popular returning NCSC organ that allows delegates to explore conflict and combat in a different way. In this organ, committee staffs operate two traditional crisis committees of 16-18 delegates simultaneously that can choose to operate in tandem or directly compete against each other. Each of these pairs of committees have two Chairs, two Crisis Managers, and one Coordinating Crisis Manager. This year, the organ represents one conflict-ridden crisis through the landmark Russian Revolution, while the other being a political crisis of legitimacy and democracy in the United States observing the U.S. Presidential Election of 2000. This organ is an exceptional opportunity for delegates to try their hand at walking the dangerous lines between diplomacy and war in some of the largest conflicts of the recent past and to understand the depth of skill required to become the most important policy-makers in the land.