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World Politics Simulation Project

The World Politics Simulation Project offers ISA members an innovative, informative and enjoyable way to network on Facebook with colleagues across the globe before the ISA convention and during an ISA workshop in New Orleans, 2015. Stepping into the shoes of key decision-makers in the Munich 1938 crisis will give participants a unique opportunity to become a part of active learning community. Early registration opens in 15 January, 2015. The Foreign Policy Process on Facebook will begin January 23rd in preparation for an international conference, on February 5, to handle the crisis on Facebook. 

Please see the simulation website for more information at:
https://sites.google.com/site/worldpoliticssimulations/simulation-projects/sim-2015-isa

To register for the simulation, please follow the link:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gKvHuIl7hgCcvMJUkVnFbcDq8GKEOrmHLx4CBiJUWbM/viewform

All participants will convene for a face-to-face closure at the ISA conference in New Orleans,  during a panel on Simulations as a cross-regions experience. (FB36, Friday, February 20th , 10:30-12:15). 
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