One of the essentials of the General Assembly, the Special Political and Decolonization committee, will be discussing the topics of the political destabilization of the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the political situation of Maldives – two extremely important political crises in the world today. The political destabilization of the GCC refers to the instability of the Gulf Cooperation Council due to its expulsion of Qatar. Since June 2017, Qatar, a significant part of the GCC, was expunged after Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Egypt accused Qatar of funding terrorist groups. Due to the removal of Qatar, the Gulf Cooperation Council became unstable. The political situation of Maldives refers to its state of emergency as the president of Maldives imprisoned the previous president as well as members of the opposing party who could impeach him. The president of Maldives, Abdulla Yameen decided to call for a state of emergency when he closed the parliament and arrested two sitting judges amongst other members of the opposition who could force him to step down from power. This year for the GSMUN, the SPECPOL is looking forward to heated and fierce debates which will bring about solutions that will be applicable to real-world situations. It will also look forward to the delegates refining their strategies on these world issues as well as their individual argumentative skills by providing them exposure to the same. The committee is determined to strive and solve world issues which prevail and dominate our planet.