CRISIS MANAGER: Erick Guajardo

Chair: Rose Dallimore

The Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau (AJIB) is an organization of the foremost government, military, and cultural figures of Australia during the 1950s responsible for analysis of defense and intelligence concerning the red threat. The Bureau is brought together in committee this time to operate as a member of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance – comprised of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States – to discuss and respond to major international shenanigans in the Cold War and domestic fears of Communism.

TOPIC Abstract



Delegates will gain...

  • A detailed knowledge of the difficulties facing Australia, both internally with economic and political issues, and on the international scale with outside pressures during the Cold War era;

  • A generalized understanding of traditional intelligence-gathering techniques and how to influence events in other nations or bodies in real-time;

  • Insight as to how government and non-government entities interact against the backdrop of a tumultuous political climate;

  • An intimate knowledge of how intelligence aids decision making during a war;

  • An enhanced grasp on crafting a collaborative narrative through deal-making and deception.

About the Chair


Rose Dallimore is a Freshman in the School of Foreign Service, studying International Politics and Diplomacy, with a minor in Spanish. She has lived most of her life in New York City and Chattanooga, Tennessee, but Washington, DC is definitely her favorite city. She enjoys the TV shows Community and Psych, love-hating on Tennessee, hot sauce, and Model UN memes. She participated in MUN in high school and travels on the college circuit; she also has staffed NCSC, Georgetown’s collegiate conference. Outside of NAIMUN, Rose serves on the GU Honor Council and Student Government and is a student researcher for the Free Speech Project. She is very excited to be your chair and to spend an absolutely incredible weekend getting to know y’all! 

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