Policy simulations

U.S. Army War College: Simulation on the East Asia Summit

Ambassador Daniel Shields & Steven Hildebrand, Lieutenant Colonel, US Army Strategist, Department of Strategic Wargaming, Center for Strategic Leadership at US Army War College hosted a policy simulation on an International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise with a focus on the Covid-19 crisis and the South China Sea. Students learned through the simulation about diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific and were tasked with using diplomacy to influence language in a simulated EAS Leaders’ Statement. This simulation took place virtually on November 13 & 14, 2020.

 

2021 International Model NATO Conference

A group of six public policy students participated in the 2021 virtual International Model NATO Conference (https://internationalmodelnato.org/) on February 12 – 14, 2021. U-M is offering this opportunity as part of its Developing Future Leaders in U.S.-Russia Relations program.

 

NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition

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On February 27, the Weiser Diplomacy Center, the NYU and the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs virtually hosted more than 90 graduate students from universities around the globe who competed in a real-time simulation to stop the next infectious disease outbreak during the annual NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition. Developed by experts at the Batten School’s Center for Leadership Simulation and Gaming (CLSG) and backed by real-world data, the simulation places students in leadership roles within a time-sensitive, fast-paced environment where they must work together to minimize the impact of a deadly infectious disease. Read more here

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