The year is 1750. Tensions in Europe have been rising for the last few years following the War of Austrian Succession. Europe, and a large portion of the world, has essentially been divided into two, split between the rising power of Great Britain and the long-established power of France. Acting as members of the Paris Cabinet, delegates will be focused on keeping Great Britain’s power in check and retaining France’s status as the preeminent power of Europe. Delegates will also be focused on growing their influence in both European and world affairs. Along with this, delegates will focus on colonialism, potential wars, how to prevent them, and, most likely, how to fight them. Delegates will need to bring all of their skills to the table, as well as have ample preparation, in order to ensure France retains its position as mightiest power of Europe and ruler of the world.