South Asian Stability Workshop, A Crisis Simulation Exercise
Khan, Feroz H.
French, Ryan W.
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The South Asian Stability Workshop was a crisis simulation exercise held 19-‐22 March in Colombo, Sri Lanka, organized by the Center on Contemporary Conflict at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. The simulation convened retired Indian and Pakistani senior military officers and civilian analysts into two teams based on country of origin (India and Pakistan). Participants were confronted with a simulated geopolitical scenario and crisis triggering event, set in the year 2018. The simulation lasted for three “moves” and was moderated by a Control Group consisting primarily of U.S. experts on south Asian security.
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