The Security Council is charged with the maintenance of international peace and security. Its powers include the establishment of peacekeeping operations, the establishment of international sanctions, and the authorization of military action. Its powers are exercised through International Union Security Council resolutions.
Security Council representatives are not allowed to leave Cairo so as to ensure the Council may meet at any time and said nations must be able to productively respond to pressing Council matters within 12 RL hours of their being presented. Ideally the Council be filled with members from various regions so as to ensure the representation of interests of all rather than some.
The seat of the President of the International Union Security Council monthly rotates alphabetically in English between each member. The role of the President involves setting the agenda, presiding at its meetings, and overseeing any crisis. The President is authorized to issue both presidential statements (subject to consensus among Council members) and notes, which are used to make declarations of intent that the full Security Council can then pursue. The current IUSC president is California.