Visualize the Scenes

Here you’ll find a collection of images that help bring the various stories of P&P to life. Ever wondered what the meeting rooms looked like? Want a peek into Russia’s office? It’s all here.

Disclaimer: None of these pictures are mine.

Mutually Assured Delusion
Photo from John Hopkins School of Medicine
Photo from Johns Hopkins

The “conference room” in MAD is set up like this (very nice) college lecture hall.

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Photo from JR’s Custom Cabinets

The office where Russia and North Korea met privately and had a wonderful embrace.

Meeting & Conference rooms
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Photo from Wikipedia

The “inner circle” of the United Nations Security Council Chamber. If a story is just about the members of the Security Council, it’ll probably take place here.

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Photo from NHS Global Events

Bigger look at the chamber.

Photo from Wikipedia
Photo from Wikipedia

The United Nations General Assembly. As the name suggests, this is a more general meeting place where the Security Council and a multitude of other countries do important business.

Russia’s Office
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Photo by Torben Retboll

While this may have been Stalin’s study, Russia’s office has that same outdated Soviet charm.

Russia’s Office in The Life and Times of North Korea
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Screenshot from Children of the Revolution, available on Netflix.

Russia’s office gets a full makeover for this Cold War-era series that emphasizes foreign relations between the Soviet Union, China, and North Korea. Here, it looks scarier (if not a little bad ass). Were actual Soviet offices like this? I have no idea, but it’s fun to pretend.