At the start of a new presidential term in 2021, the United States reassesses its policy toward China in light of the ongoing repression of Uighurs in Xinjiang.
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Model Diplomacy offers free National Security Council (NSC) and UN Security Council (UNSC) simulations that present both historical and hypothetical scenarios based on real issues,with content informed by Council on Foreign Relations experts. Cases focus on topics that offer a balance of newsworthiness and evergreen educational value, and are accessible to both high school and college students. Students who participate in a Model Diplomacy simulation gain essential knowledge, build important skills, and broaden perspectives surrounding global issues.
Pop-up cases are short, one-page scenarios based on issues reverberating in the news today. Use one of the cases below to spark discussion and put your students in the shoes of policymakers.
A series of news-based pop-up cases on important foreign policy questions that will be on the president’s agenda next term
A series of U.S. history pop-up cases that will be released over the course of the school year