In JCC: Intelligence Wars, set between the years 1945-1950, delegates will take part in formulating espionage and counterespionage maneuvers of the USA and the USSR through their respective institutions authorized with such tasks during this time frame: namely, the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the USA and the Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti in the USSR. This timeframe will encompass the end of the Second World War and the beginning of the breakdown of the American-Soviet alliance, focusing particularly on the shifts in American and Soviet foreign policy towards one another — publicly as well as behind the scenes.
Delegates will need to guard the national interests and security of their respective nation in these two fast-paced committees, using their best judgement to act in increasingly uncertain and high-stake conditions. They will need to do so whilst also operating within the constraints of a newly developing intelligence system and tensions within the balance of power as the Cold War heats up.
Agenda Item: Open Agenda
Under Secratary General: Selin Kumbaracı