Co-Revolutionary Competition:
An Alternative War Game Inspired by the New Sciences
January 14-15, 2003

INTRODUCTION
SPEAKERS
GAME TIMELINE

Move 3: Blue Team

Illustrations by Matt Sullivan, Alphachimp Studio, Inc.

 

Summary of Strategy

  • Diplomatic initiatives to improve relationships with Rafta nations
  • Underwrite the security for the sea lanes
  • Protect Blue access to markets

Expectations v. Outcomes

  • No evidence of continued expenditure on Sensors and Mines
  • Red did get more aggressive after the stumbling RAFTA
  • Red turn down the invitation to protect the sea lanes

Assessment of Success

  • Relationship has soured on the economic front, but has yet to turn militaristic

Move Brief - Objective

  • Counter Reds efforts to discredit blue ecology & energy policy
  • Counter Reds effort to create a labor and product Block
  • Maintain blue influence within the Region

Move Brief - Actions

  • Review computer defense capabilities
  • Information campaign defending our position
  • Conduct humanitarian Op exercise and officer exchange with Red
  • Conduct bilateral negotiations with individual nations to counter Red’s efforts
  • Offer to participate with Orange in a military training exercise
  • Advocate a more balanced news coverage on Red TV

Move Brief – Expected Response

  • Continue to squeeze Orange
  • Strengthen ties with Brown
  • Keep lobbying Europeans, slamming Blue and Green on Red TV

Minority Opinions

  • Being too nice
  • More military exercises in the region
  • Against any Military exercises with Orange

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