Bombs and Bowties, By Meghan Skiba


The second session of LIMUN XXVII’s Nation Building gracefully unzipped Friday morning after last night’s potassium nitrate bomb on Serbia. Nation Building averted a crisis and got down to business without any distractions. With full attendance, the seven total nations agreed with a majority of the terms that were presented. After concurring to give up Kosovo for a proportionate military level in return, land-hungry Serbia was only allowed to choose two prosperous outcomes, which ended up being 30% of Kosovo’s exports and for exactly 15.1 years. A new crisis came about with the attack on Croatia, but the UK came to the rescue with the proposal of using their troops to aid in protection. The Treaty of Kosovo of 1994 was approved with the conformation of independence in this country. Even though the Honorable Chair John Mackey had to get his father to tie his bow tie, he successfully led the Confederacy of Yugoslavia to unite and think together as a whole in order to prevent further conflicts within the union.

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