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Joint Crisis Cabinet: Austroprussian War


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Austro-Prussian War, which is also known as Unification War or Seven Weeks' War, is a conflict between Kingdom of Prussia with the intentions of breaking the Austrian dominance over German states, and Austria and its allies, aiming Grössdeutsche Lesung,  bigger empire with multi-ethnical structure, led by Austria itself. After various clashes, Brothers War led the unification of Germany and occurance of the German Reich, just 5 years after the end of the conflict.

Delegates willing to attend the Joint Crisis Commitee should be aware of the fact that the Joint Crisis Committee will give you something way different than your previous experiences.  Order, calmness and efforts to find a common ground in ordinary committees will be replaced with excitement, competition and efforts to find a blind spot of the other cabinet.

Generally, Joint Crisis Committees consist of two different cabinets that representing governing groups opposite sides of the conflict which will be simulated during the conference. Each cabinet will be responding current, but also upcoming crises and their decisions will be put in action and have consequences. Delegates will be facing with numerous tricks, various kinds of crises and the tension will always remain high during wartime.

If one of the sides manage to overcome the other one, delegates of the both sides should use their diplomatic power more than ever, in order to maximize their gainings or minimize their losses.


Under Secretary-General: Doğa Çakar – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Crisis Assistant: Atakan Yurdakul – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Committee Directors: TBA







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