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The Council on Foreign Relations has a new, interactive game called “Convene the Council,” which has students assume the role of the president and offers them different foreign policy scenarios.

  • Caroline Netchvolodoff, vice president of education at the Council on Foreign Relations, said the game, intended for middle and high schoolers, helps players understand how the president makes decisions on issues based on input from advisors.
  • She said the game rarely has right or wrong answers, reflecting the complicated nature of foreign policy issues.
  • She said the game supports the council’s education mission to help build a more informed, globally literate public.

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