Berlin - September of 1989: the end of summer draws near and change is in the air. The Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc has been crumbling for the past few years and the people of East Germany feel that same change coming with the season. Political protests and demonstrations break out in the streets of Leipzig and East Berlin known as the Monday Prayers. The citizens of a divided Germany long for freedom from the repressive grip of the Soviet Union. Both families in the East and West yearn to be reunited, and the ailing economy of the German Democratic Republic is literally crumbling as loyalty to Honecker’s regime begins to waver. It is now time for action and change to sweep across the divided people. It is time for you as the political and economic leaders of both Germanies and the world to act and to help bring Germany and her people into the future together. It is up to you to find equitable solutions to the social, economic, political, and security issues surrounding the unity of these two states. With the issues of Social Integration, Economic Integration, and Security, delegates will represent members of both the East and West German governments, union leaders, members of the press, and foreign politicians who may use their influence as a way to sway votes and dictate policy. The delegates will also be responsible for swiftly resolving immediate scenarios that may occur as a result of their debate or resolutions in order to preserve stability at the heart of the European continent. Go cautiously, but boldly; the world is watching.