NMAD is happy to announce the addition of three new diplomacy simulations through the Historical Diplomacy Simulation Program.
Our diplomacy simulations help participants engage in the art and practice of diplomacy. Instead of hypothetical scenarios, these diplomacy simulations are based on true, historical events. Through history, students are able to learn about the role that U.S. diplomats and the State Department play in international conflicts. The Historical Diplomacy Simulation Program is a project with the Una Chapman Cox Foundation as part of the initiative on American Diplomacy and Foreign Service, and developed along with partners National History Day and George Mason University’s Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. The three new historic simulations are:
Barbary Pirates Hostage Crisis: Negotiating Tribute and Trade
Spanish-American Conflict of 1898: Treaties and Self-Determination
Suez Canal Crisis: National Sovereignty versus International Access to Waterways