Strategic Economic Needs and Security Exercise (SENSE) Video

Watch a video on the Strategic Economic Needs and Security Exercise (SENSE). Originally developed by the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), SENSE is a computer-facilitated simulation that focuses on negotiations and decision-making in a post-conflict environment.

One of the Institute’s core missions is strengthening capabilities of decision makers around the world to manage post-conflict transitions successfully.  The Strategic Economic Needs and Security Exercise (SENSE), originally developed by the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), is a computer-facilitated simulation that focuses on negotiations and decision-making in a post-conflict environment. 

SENSE simulates the resource allocation challenges confronting national and international decision-makers.  Its sophisticated computer support provides participants with rapid feedback on the results of their time-sensitive decision-making in terms of political stability, social justice, and a foundation for economic progress.  But the primary activity in SENSE is negotiation between and among those participating in the simulation.

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