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- The BBC’s interactive “Syrian journey”
- Brynania 2015
- Reconstructing Afghanistan!
- Armstrong: The Navy Needs a Wider Look at Wargaming
- Warfare Masterclasses 2015
- Simulation and gaming miscellany, 14 March 2015
- Updated ISIS Crisis materials
- Syrian refugees in Lebanon simulation — the video
- ISIS Crisis at McGill
- Why wargame the Ukraine?
- The BBC's interactive "Syrian journey"
- ISIS Crisis at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
- Augmented reality sand tables
- Review: Masters of the World
- AFTERSHOCK: A humanitarian crisis game (beta release)
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- The cost of sea power, then and now 08/10/2013
- Snowden & Wikileaks: Activists or Stateless Spies? 09/07/2013