Arab League

“The League of Arab States, or Arab League, is a voluntary association of countries whose peoples are mainly Arabic speaking or where Arabic is an official language. Its stated aims are to strengthen ties among member states, coordinate their policies and direct them towards a common good. It has 22 members including Palestine, which the League regards as an independent state. The idea of the Arab League was mooted in 1942 by the British, who wanted to rally Arab countries against the Axis powers. However, the league did not take off until March 1945, just before the end of World War II.”

– BBC News


Danilo Paolo Bertazzo                                     Floris-Rene van Strien


Topic 1: The creation of an Arab military force;

Topic 2:  Finding an efficient solution to territorial disputes within the Arab world

Study Guides:

Study Guide for Arab League

Rules of Procedure:

MUNOTH 2017 Rules of Procedure Arab League