1922: League of Nations- The world had been devastated after the unprecedented scale of international war from 1914 to 1918, called the Great War or the “war to end all wars”. In the aftermath of the war, the bases of European societies, economies, and political institutions are shaking with the uncertainty of their future. With hopes to resolve the conflict diplomatically, the League of Nations had been established on 10 January 1920 with its base on the fourteen points proposed by President Woodrow Wilson. Delegates in the committee are to debate the rightful methods to punish the aggressors and search for effective measures to prevent future wars and enforce international security. Delegates are further expected to find the balance between the interests of their individual country as well as the interests of the international society.