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  • With Iran war-gaming a simulated Strait closing, and the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet offering stark warnings, the current situation is reminiscent of the last time that Iran attempted to impede transit through the narrow Strait; the so-called "Tanker War" of the mid 1980s.

    Chris DeVito: Taking the Global Economy Hostage

  • In the banking district of London, war-gaming exercises involving the banks and government are taking place this month, though under the radar.

    Are We Ready for a Financial Cyber Attack?

  • The Sledgehammer case alleges that at an annual war-gaming seminar in 2003, the Istanbul-based 1st Army held what amounted to a dress rehearsal for a coup.

    Top Soldier's Retirement Shocks Turkey

  • Needless to say the war-gaming for this eventuality had been going on in the Pentagon for years.

    How the End Begins

  • But one could not read the story without war-gaming concatenations of regional nuclear wars that might cascade, through miscalculation or misperception, into global conflagration from such a close call.

    How the End Begins

  • But anyone familiar with Cold War war-gaming knew that the best way to disguise a surprise attack was to have it develop out of what was announced as an exercise.

    How the End Begins

  • Neil KitsonVancouver, Canada• David Cameron should ask the free Libyan people if they want his military help before he starts war-gaming armed intervention in their nation.

    Letters: Libya and foreign intervention

  • In fact, the Pentagon has already started war-gaming climate change, to prepare for the effect it will have on our commitments around the world if that instability comes to pass.

    Jon Soltz: We Were Warned

  • We spent the evening poring over the document, the principals 'relationships, and by war-gaming dozens of possible scenarios.

    Craig Brownstein: Partners in Crime: The Mainstream Media and the Little Blog that Could

  • Many in the military see the government's so-called Sledgehammer case, which alleges that 196 people planned a coup at an annual war-gaming seminar of the 1st Army in 2003, as a direct and fabricated assault on the military's authority.

    Turkey to Pick Military Head as Sides Jockey for Power

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