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Model UN in the U.S.
A decentralized network of students, teachers, civic organizations, and individual activists make up the Model UN community in the United States. These are some of the institutions that organize and support Model UN programs.
US Government Foreign Policy Information Sources
- President of the United States
Under the Constitution, the president is the federal official primarily responsible for the relations of the United States with foreign nations. The president appoints ambassadors, ministers, and consuls — subject to confirmation by the Senate — and receives foreign ambassadors and other public officials. The president decides whether to recognize new nations and new governments, and negotiate treaties with other nations, which become binding on the United States when approved by two-thirds of the Senate. With the secretary of state, the president manages all official contacts with foreign governments. The website of the White House provides speeches and statements by the president, announcements, fact sheets, and other documents on foreign policy issues.
- Department of State
The Department of State is the Cabinet-level foreign affairs agency of the United States Government, equivalent to foreign ministries in other countries. It is administered by the United States Secretary of State. The Department´s website offers speeches, statements, fact sheets, reports and other US foreign policy documents
- United States Mission to the United Nations
Created in 1947 by the United Nations Participation Act, the Mission’s purpose is to assist the President and the Department of State in conducting United States policy at the United Nations. The Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other members of the United States delegation represent the United States in meetings at the United Nations. They engage in direct consultation and negotiation with other United Nations delegations in efforts to gain support for the United States position on issues under debate. The Mission website contains information and documents on the Mission´s work and the topics they deal with.
The US also maintains missions to other UN organizations: