South Asian Stability Workshop 2.0 A Crisis Simulation Report
Khan, Feroz Hassan
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South Asian Stability Workshop 2.0 was a crisis simulation tabletop exercise (TTX) held in Kuala Lumpur in February 2015. This tabletop exercise engaged top security experts and scholars from the United States, India, and Pakistan to explore dynamics revealed in a previous iteration of this workshop that demanded further testing. Examining the implications of strategic crisis emanating in South Asia, this exercise attempted to study the cascading effects of military crises and avenues for inadvertent escalation on air, sea, and land. Furthermore, this TTX explored shifting geopolitical tensions, trigger events that warrant military responses, escalation thresholds, and avenues for diffusion and de-escalation of the crisis.
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