People’s Republic of China
The year is 1955–just last year the 1954 Geneva Conference, making the PRC want peaceful international relations to focus inward on development. Mao Zedong is fighting to represent Communism, power, and is helping to fuel the PRC’s rise to power. Yet, the United States presents a threat to communism as a regime, and the battle is being fought in Vietnam. The Cabinet of PRC must fight for communism abroad, work to defeat the imperialists, handle Soviet-Union and PRC relations, and manage internal strife that arises to be known as the “Cultural Revolution”, balancing resources and energy to both domestic and external conflicts. As a committee, it is our duty to ensure that the security, stability, and interest of the PRC is always held in the highest priority. So let us work together, and rally for a more glorious communist PRC!
Topic A: Aligning North Vietnam Economically and Diplomatically with China
Topic B: Balancing Resources toward the Internal Strife of the Cultural Revolution and International Conflicts
Letter from the Chair
Dear Esteemed Delegates: