News of an accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Soviet Ukraine has sent the international community into a frenzy. With details still unknown, scientists and politicians are in a race against time to stop disaster. As the global top body on nuclear energy, the International Atomic Energy Agency and its member states have been called upon to respond to an unprecedented crisis. Amid the backdrop of the Cold War, the agency is also tasked with setting protocols to promote nuclear safety. In IAEA 1986, step into the shoes of countries of antiquity and navigate Cold War politics in this unconventional general assembly.