The Potomac Foundation’s proprietary Hegemon© platform and methodology offer an interactive simulation and modeling experience to teams of analysts and strategists. Based on open-source and de-classified data points for tactical, operational, theater and strategic levels of analysis, Hegemon allows the participants to work through diverse sets of scenarios, test old assumptions and develop new concepts of operations. Our past and current wargaming clients include the U.S. and allied government agencies, military colleges, national security contractors and the private industry.
February 13, 2017 | Arseni Sivitski
On 23 – 26 January 2017 a Baltic security wargaming simulation took place in Warsaw. Two defence and security think tanks, the Potomac Foundation and the Casimir Pulaski Foundation, hosted the event.
January 22, 2017 | TPF Staff
In January 2017, the Potomac Foundation conducted a Baltic Security Scenario wargame in Warsaw, Poland. Gen. Breedlove who led the Blue Team in the simulation, discusses Poland’s defense plans, the Russian threat, role of the Belarus in this interview to PolSat2.
January 19, 2017 | TPF Staff
The Potomac Foundation and the Casimir Pulaski Foundation hosted their first joint Baltic Security Scenario Simulation in Warsaw, Poland on January 23-26, 2017.
The purpose of this wargaming initiative is to assist the Polish national security decision-makers in the development of a regional and NATO accepted understanding of the nature of the Russian military threat to the Baltic States and Poland. Read more
September 17, 2016 | Defense Matters
Phillip A. Karber, President of the “Potomac Foundation” spoke with Defence Matters about the situation in Ukraine and collective amnesia in Europe. “I think in ten years from now Russians will pay Ukraine to take Crimea back,” he said.
November 19, 2015 | Natalya Anfilofyeva
Georgetown University & The Potomac Foundation jointly sponsor the 2016 Machiavelli Seminar in Florence, Italy
August 18, 2015 | The National Interest
Hegemon is a wickedly interactive multi-player/multi-round geostrategic game devised by the Potomac Foundation. Each player represents a country, fielding certain economic and military resources and possessing (secret) objectives.
May 8, 2015 | TPF Staff
The Potomac Foundation Hegemon: Rise of China simulation has been featured at the Hertog Summer Study Program, a program run by Johns Hopkins SAIS to educate field-rank officers being prepared for flag-rank promotion, for the past three years.