Joint Crisis Cabinets: Eighty Years’ War (1568-1648)
I. Eighty Years’ War (1568-1648)
Two colliding sub-committees, share conflicting ideologies and wish to achieve the same goal, are named as Joint Crisis Cabinet, in common parlance JCC. Joint Crisis Cabinets are fast-paced and advanced crisis committees, which means that delegates are expected to take actions regarding the crises given prior. Joint Crisis Cabinets may be troubled with various agendas such as elections, wars and conflicts between several political parties and different cabinets. In KMUN 2020, a very challenging and exciting independence struggle will be the agenda item of Joint Crisis Cabinet: The 80 Years’ War which is also known as the Dutch Revolt or Dutch Independence War. The main belligerents are the United Provinces and the Spanish Empire. Two parties are very much committed to two very different types of Christianity, which is the main reason why this war broke out in the first place. In history, after a bloody war; the Dutch finally gained independence. During the forthcoming edition of KMUN, delegates from each cabinet will be expected to work diligently to preserve and maintain their ideologies along with their existence in the conflict territory and will try to shape the history in accordance with the ideologies their cabinet pursues.