The Historical Security Council is a permanent council established by the UN Charter, with the sole purpose of maintaining international peace and security. The UNSC is the only council that can force a nation to do something, as long as it passes a resolution. The UNSC may also establish subcommittees to aid its efforts and can call for investigations of fact-finding missions to obtain more information on a dispute. Delegates will have the opportunity to address issues regarding conflicts that have already been closed, having occurred at least 10 years ago. Thus, delegates will be able to revisit major and controversial UNSC decisions of the past and propose new and innovative solutions while defending their country’s position.