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Cheater’s Risk: The New Game in Town June 3, 2010

Posted by Rebecca Williams in News.
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Who says nonproliferation can’t be fun?  Today, Stimson is releasing Cheater’s Risk, an interactive game that allows the player to explore the dynamics of a world without nuclear weapons.

The player steps into the role of a country seeking to gain the advantage of a monopoly on nuclear weapons and must avoid being detected by national intelligence services and international monitors.

The game is founded upon the research of the verification of nuclear disarmament in Elements of a Nuclear Disarmament Treaty and features a number of experts on the subject including Stimson’s own Barry Blechman, the Ploughshares Fund President Joe Cirincione, Sharon Squassoni from CSIS, and the Arms Control Association’s Greg Thielmann.  Starting this evening, you can click here to let the adventure begin.

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