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Useful Links to Other Professional Sites

Connections US Homepage. Dedicated to Advancing and preserving the art, science and application of wargaming. To facilitate exchange info on achievements, best practices and needs of all elements of the field (military, commercial and academic) of wargaming.

Connections NL Homepage. MISSION: To bring forward the utlisation of wargaming (page has English translation).

Connections AU Homepage. A conference for the Australian professional wargaming community.

The Cove, Wargaming page. The Cove is an online professional development network for the Australian Army.

The PaxSims blog. Devoted to the development and effective use of simulation-based learning concerning issues of conflict, peacebuilding, and development in fragile and conflict-affected states, as well as to the policy application of gaming and simulation techniques.

Wargaming Connection. Where practitioners of wargaming related disciplines connect.

Sources and Methods. Whatever happens to cross the author's desk or mind on teaching, intelligence or teaching intelligence.

Guns, Dice, Butter. A podcast featuring a series of conversations with members of the wargaming tribe.

Play the Past. Collaboratively edited and authored, Play the Past is dedicated to thoughtfully exploring and discussing the intersection of cultural heritage (very broadly defined) and games/meaningful play (equally broadly defined).

LBS Consultancy Blog. Insights and Observations.

Ludic Futurism. Blog with Brian Train writing about game designs, and items on “serious” gaming generally that catch his interest.

War on the Rocks. War on the Rocks serves as a platform for analysis, commentary, and debate on foreign policy and national security issues through a realist lens.

The Red Team Journal. The Red Team Journal was designed to encourage decision makers to consider alternative perspectives to national security issues and on red teaming methods.

War Gaming at the US Naval War College. The War Gaming Department conducts high quality research, analysis, gaming, and education to support the Naval War College mission, prepare future maritime leaders, and help shape key decisions on the future of the Navy.

Details of Prof Sabin's MA Course on Conflict Simulation at King's College, London.

There is a link to the Simulating War Yahoo Group , moderated by Prof Sabin.