Two weeks ago, 160 of my Stanford students took on Iran’s nuclear crisis in a two-day simulation. They found out what the US government has known for decades: These kinds of fun and games can be serious learning tools. Online is all the rage these days in higher education. But foreign policy making is still an up-close-and-personal contact sport. Tomorrow’s leaders need to learn how to play it.Â My full Foreign Policy post is here.Â http://atfp.co/YCx7rf
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