|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Newspaper/Magazine Articles|
|Title:||We war-gamed an escalation of the Ukraine-Russia crisis - here's what it taught us about the real world|
|Publisher:||The Conversation Trust|
|Citation:||Nehring H & Dee M (2019) We war-gamed an escalation of the Ukraine-Russia crisis - here's what it taught us about the real world. The Conversation. 20.03.2019.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: It is 9am on a chilly March morning. Delegates from across the world have assembled for an emergency meeting of the North Atlantic Council, NATO’s main decision-making body. The main item on the agenda: an update from the Supreme Allied Commander Europe on Russian escalations in Ukraine and elsewhere in Europe, to determine NATO’s response. No one doubts the gravity of the situation. Russian forces are moving west to occupy parts of Ukraine beyond the Donbas region and the Crimea. There have also been severe Russian cyber attacks on German infrastructure, while Vladimir Putin has threatened to invade Estonia. NATO’s secretary general has asked one of his predecessors, Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, to join the meeting and share advice. Do not adjust your set: this meeting took place, but it was a simulation – set in a very near future in which the Ukraine has joined NATO and the UK has left the EU.|
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