You fumble with your backpack and retrieve the camera. This is it- these pictures are the proof you need to condemn the corrupt government. "Get a picture of the missile through the window," Bjorn calls to you from across the room. "I can't believe it. That missile is powerful enough to destroy New York City!" you say in amazement. "You know what? I think I can disarm it," Bjorn tells you excitedly. "I know your mission is complete if you get those pictures. But I think we have a chance to do more than is expected of us. It's up to you" Bjorn says. Working with the UN has trained you to be patient, thoughtful, and careful in your decision-making. But you've only used these skills debating from a podium with kids your own age. How will you react to the most important decisions of your life, made in the scariest parts of the world?