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Statecraft IR Screen with World Map

Statecraft International Relations (IR) is our flagship Simulation: an immersive, addictive experience where students become world leaders. They’re grouped into countries in a virtual world where they must collaborate and compete to achieve goals for their own country and for the world. Meanwhile the simulation shows them just how difficult world leadership can be: they must balance domestic and international constraints and respond to emerging crises while keeping their ultimate goals in mind. At the conclusion of the simulation they’ve had an opportunity to experience the drama and challenges of world leadership first-hand, leaving them with a deep personal understanding of IR course concepts. 

Both instructors and students rave about this product as a fun and engaging way to actually experience IR course material. That’s why it’s the most innovative, effective IR teaching tool in the world: used in 15 countries at more than 300 universities. Experience it for yourself! Book a demo here >> 

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Statecraft Simulations IR World Map on a mobile phone

Statecraft International Relations (IR) Lite is a mini-version of the full simulation experience that is great for teachers who prefer a halved runtime of only four weeks. Your students will become world leaders grouped into countries in an addictive virtual world where they must collaborate and compete to achieve goals for their individual country and for the world. Meanwhile the simulation shows them just how difficult world leadership can be: they must balance domestic and international constraints and respond to emerging crises while keeping their ultimate goals in mind.. At the conclusion of the simulation they’ve had an opportunity to experience the drama and challenges of world leadership first-hand, giving them a deep personal understanding of IR course concepts.

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How is it different from the "Full" Statecraft IR Simulation? Quick List:

Despite being “Lite” we continue to get glowing feedback from both teachers and students for this product. If you’re curious to try a Statecraft Simulation as a first-time user, Statecraft IR Lite is a fantastic introductory product! You can book a demo now or keep reading to here:  

Statecraft International Security Simulation Phone Screen

The Statecraft International Security (IS) Simulation is an intense, addictive virtual experience in which students experience the drama of high-stakes national security issues firsthand. They’ll be grouped into countries, and as world leaders they must work together both to advance their countries’ more narrow interests and to deal with emerging international security crises. An array of cooperative, competitive, and secret country goals are carefully crafted to produce realistic security challenges that are very difficult to solve. It’s a complicated balancing act: how do they promote their own country’s interests while maintaining alliances, dealing with rising powers, and confronting domestic political and resource constraints?

Students will be challenged by the simulation events as well as their classmates which creates an active learning environment where real learning happens. They’ll conclude with a new understanding of International Security course concepts plus a deep appreciation for the challenges of world leadership, especially when it comes to security strategy and decision-making.

Instructors report that the IS Simulation is the most heated Statecraft Simulation and many consider it the most fun. Experience it for yourself! Book a demo here >> 

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Statecraft International Organizations (IO) Game Screenshot on Mobile Phone

The International Organizations (IO) Simulation demonstrates just how challenging it is to work in the global arena striving for international consensus. Students are grouped into country teams where they become the world leaders striving to achieve individual country goals along with both competitive and collaborative world goals AND secret goals that mean each country has a hidden agenda. They’ll attempt to solve serious world crisis situations and feel the frustrations of trying to work through an organization such as the U.N. Even if they do reach an agreement, how is that enforced? Who really is responsible for maintaining world order? Can they actually trust the other countries to uphold their end of the agreements?

As they grapple with these big International Organization dilemmas they’re also concurrently attempting to care for their own citizens, balancing both domestic and international factors. Questions will arise that become prime teachable opportunities as students experience course concepts firsthand in a personal, emotional way.

The Statecraft IO Simulation empowers you to transform your class into an immersive, unforgettable learning experience you’ll enjoy just as much as your students. Book a demo here >> 

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Statecraft Foreign Policy Phone Screen

The U.S. Foreign Policy Simulation casts a bright spotlight on policymaking processes and the links between U.S. domestic and international politics. Students are surprised when events in Syria, a seemingly minor world player, cause a major upheaval that requires decisions with far-reaching ramifications. As a major global player in an interconnected world, the U.S. cannot separate its own security and prosperity from conditions overseas. At the same time, U.S. policymakers face domestic political constraints; politics does not “stop at the water’s edge.” Students will grapple with this complex mix of constraints and opportunities on a very personal level through this simulation.

Your students take on the roles of members of Congress, executive branch officials, and members of the media and interest groups. Over the course of five weeks they’ll attempt to advance their virtual “career” while navigating the U.S. political system and crises overseas. Events in the simulation will challenge them to contemplate important questions: How do we play a responsible leadership role in this connected world? How do we care for and protect our own citizens when we also have obligations and responsibilities to help maintain security in the entire world? It’s both overwhelming and exciting; your students will be quickly sucked into the game and finish with a much deeper understanding of U.S. Foreign Policy course concepts. Experience it yourself! Book a demo here >> 

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MUN Digital Assistant Product Screen

The Statecraft MUN Digital Assistant is your ultimate MUN program companion! It automates two four-week MUN run-throughs for your class, saving you massive amounts of time by fulfilling all your admin needs. The platform automates the process to move students from position paper to working paper to drafts to full resolutions week by week. It prompts students at every step in the process, plus collects and counts all of the votes. Students receive thorough guides for research, paper writing, coalition building, debating and speaking. There are convenient organization systems built into the platform so it’s easy to find all documentation and collaboration tools facilitate student teamwork.

Free yourself of admin headache so you’re able to focus on what’s truly important: personal coaching, training and mentorship for your future model citizens! Sign up for your MUN Digital Assistant Now >>

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