Explore our upcoming activities, and browse through insight from our most recent events.
August 3-9, 2023
An interactive simulation in collaboration with the Alexander Hamilton Society. The simulation explores how different actors will be impacted by and respond to Russia's defeat in Ukraine.
March 14-21, 2022
An interactive simulation in collaboration with the Alexander Hamilton Society. The simulation explores how different actors will be impacted and respond to the new security environment resulting from the Russian invasion and the potential occupation of Ukraine
May 15-25, 2023
An interactive simulation exploring how flexible workforce models will evolve in the next 5-7 years. This simulation was in collaboration with Upwork.
February 22-25, 2022
An interactive simulation exploring how the Russia-Ukraine crisis, and the responses to it from the US, will impact China's cross-strait strategy.
January 24-31, 2022
An interactive simulation exploring the downstream consequences of an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities. The simulation was designed in collaboration with Dr. Raz Zimmt, one of the world's leading experts on Iran’s nuclear program and Israel’s policy regarding It.
December 13-17, 2021
An interactive simulation exploring the potential actions that could lead to miscalculation and further escalation between China and Taiwan, and the steps and strategies that could avert a cross-strait crisis.
October 11 - 20, 2021
An interactive simulation in partnership with Accenture Research, exploring how the Digital Thread is best used, applied, and scaled within the product and operating value chain across various industries. The simulation involved a crowd of 32 senior executives from Global2000 companies, representing 11 different industries and 17 countries worldwide.
June 14 - 19, 2021
An interactive simulation exploring the impact of different post-US withdrawal scenarios on Pakistan.
June 21 - July 3, 2021
An interactive simulation exploring the impact of the top macro-economic trends on the workforce environment that business leaders will face in the years to come.
August 18 - 25, 2021
An interactive simulation in partnership with idoba, exploring what changes and trends will shape the future of work and the workers in the mining industry, their impact, and ways to prepare for them in the upcoming decade.
September 12 - 14, 2021
An interactive simulation exploring what actions China might take in Afghanistan and South Asia in response to the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
March 22 - 29
An online simulation in which a crowd of 100 professionals from the financial sector exploring scenarios on the potential implications of sovereign investors – such as central banks, sovereign wealth funds, state, or municipal level treasuries – investing in Bitcoin in the upcoming 10 years.
February 22 - 28
Wikistrat and Sandpit Innovation have partnered together to run an online simulation to explore scenarios for the mining industry in 2030, focused on exploring how ESG and digital factors will combine and shape the mining industry in the next decade.
January 25 - 29
100 top experts explored scenarios for how economic relations between Israel and the GCC states will evolve in the event of a peace treaty between Saudi Arabia and Israel.
November 30 - December 11
Wikistrat partnered with New York University for the 5th consecutive year to conduct a simulation aimed to predict the key risks to global stability in 2021, accounting for the unique challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
September 21 - 26
Wikistrat hosted an interactive simulation with 40+ world-leading experts examining the potential evolution of the relations between Russia and Belarus following the aftermath of the contested Belarusian elections.
June 8 - 12
Wikistrat ran an economic wargame in which some of the world’s leading experts on China explored the impact of an extreme-case scenario on the relations between the US and China and examined how the relations will evolve as a result.