In 2028, Russia, under new political leadership, is blindsided by sudden protests demanding independence in the vital exclave of Kaliningrad. Concerns regarding the source of this radical new movement lead Russia to increase its military presence in the Baltic Sea and along its western border. This prompts the United States and NATO to hold naval exercises in the Baltic Sea. Meanwhile, protests in Kaliningrad continue to grow as the diplomatic situation worsens. Tensions are running high, and participants must work within their government to prevent war from breaking out while also k
eeping an eye on their political aims.
FROZEN ACCORD will take place on 12/02/2023 from 11:00-16:30