February 28, 2013 - CISAC, FSI Stanford In the News
Students take part in UN simulation to debate Iran's nuclear program
CISAC faculty member Amy Zegart writes in Foreign Policy about Stanford's popular UN Security Council simulation, which this year took on a hypothetical nuclear crisis in Iran. More than 150 students representing 23 countries and the international press spent 48 hours in the mock debate. The simulation is the culmination of the popular class, International Security in a Changing World, co-taught by Zegart and CISAC's Martha Crenshaw.
- Amy Zegart
Co-Director of CISAC; Davies Family Senior Fellow and Associate Director of Academic Affairs, Hoover Institution; Professor of Political Economy (by courtesy), Graduate School of Business
- Martha Crenshaw
Senior Fellow at CISAC and FSI; Professor of Political Science (by courtesy)
- Foreign Policy