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Virtual & Hybrid


Incorporate collaborative simulations in your next event

Events for alumni, partners, and donors | Suitable for all timezones | Collaboration & Networking

Case Studies

Alumni Event

"The Russian Invasion of Ukraine"

In Marc 2022, a few weeks after Russia launched its full-scale invasion of  Ukraine, Wikistrat ran a crisis management simulation for the Alexander Hamilton Society alumni.

This role-playing exercise, in which the alumni entered the shoes of decision-makers in 6 different countries, started with one strategic scenario, which later developed according to the decisions made by the participants and the unfolding of events in real life.

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"The scenario allowed participants to learn from stakeholders in foreign policy and national security and to take part in a conversation regarding a prevalent world event -- Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

For many of our alumni, this simulation was the first time they were participating in a war-game or a crisis simulation. They were excited to be able to write solutions in response to this scenario, and they gained insights from interacting with the subject-area experts in the simulations. The simulation also allowed them to apply what they had learned through Alexander Hamilton Society programming to real-world events."

- Athena Zacharakos, Program  Associate, Security and Strategy Seminar and AHS Alumni, The Alexander Hamilton Society.

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Partners Event

"Istanbul Conference"

An online negotiation simulation as part of a partnership that was established between Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy (AGDA) and the Israeli Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at Reichman University (RU) in the spirit of the Abraham Accords.

Mixed groups of AGDA and RU students played the roles of ten international players, conducting online negotiations and interactions for the resolution of the international crisis prompted by the Ukrainian-Russian conflict. 


“During the week-long simulation, Israeli students from the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy, and Strategy at Reichman University and Emeriti students from the Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy worked together as teams, interacting online, learning about one another, practicing their negotiation and diplomatic skills, and building relationships.  

It was an incredibly enriching educational experience for all!” 

- Dr. Lesley Terris, Vice Dean, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, Reichman University

Hybrid Event

"A Chinese Carrier Enters the Persian Gulf"

This hybrid simulation was part of the Alexander Hamilton Society’s (AHS) Security and Strategy Seminar.

The simulation included individual analysis of a scenario and development of policy proposals, collaborative online work on the platform as a response to a developing scenario, and in-person presentations of each team's courses of action. 


"Our students gained valuable insights and tools from participating in virtual
Wikistrat simulations. The Wikistrat staff built evolving scenarios that
challenged the participants to create comprehensive solutions to real world
For our team, it was a pleasure to work with Wikistrat’s team — the team was
accommodating and was always willing to tailor the scenarios to help our
audiences have rewarding crisis simulation experiences.

- Athena Zacharakos, Program  Associate, Security and Strategy Seminar and AHS Alumni, The Alexander Hamilton Society.

Why Simulations?

Fun & Easy to Participate

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An intuitive online platform provides a gamified and interactive learning experience.

Immersive Experience

The scenario dynamically changes according to the participants’ choices. Accompanying videos, articles, and social media posts make it all come to life.


100% Customizable

The simulations are tailor-made for your needs and preferences, from design to additional features. 


A Unique Networking Opportunity

The students get the chance to learn from peer feedback and leading experts in the field, collaborate with other schools, and make valuable connections.

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