UN Security Council
Two regions plagued by civil unrest and political uncertainty: Haiti and Crimea. In Haiti, ever-worsening economic conditions have been aggravated by calls for the president to resign over allegations of corruption, leading to violent, property-destroying protests and the makings of a humanitarian crisis. In Crimea, the increasing presence of Russian Federation troops and lingering dissent after the 2014 annexation have fed into a resistance movement that threatens political and social stability in the region. The United Nations Security Council has been charged with ameliorating these issues and mediating the cessation of the two conflicts.