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Leonard Suransky Born South Africa Nationality South African Occupation Department Head Leonard Suransky is a South African doctor of economics and the Head of the Department of International Relations at Webster University in Leiden, The Netherlands. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Research interests 3 Awards 4 Lectures given 5 Publications 6 See also 7 External links Early life and education Suransky was born and raised in South Africa. He has a BA from Hebrew University Jerusalem, an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He specializes in International Relations games and simulations. Research interests His current research interests include transitions to democracy in Africa , development issues and poverty alleviation, identity politics, and conflict and crisis management in the Great Lakes Area and Southern Africa. Suransky has often shown an acute paranoia about global warming and the melting of the ice caps, quoting: What will Holland do? Awards He received the Des Lee Visiting Lectureship in Global Awareness at Webster University. Upon winning the Des Lee Visiting Lectureship in Global Awareness Suransky eloquently stated, “When I first saw the words ‘global awareness’ in the title of the award, I immediately thought ‘that’s not enough.’ After finding out about a problem, how does one get to feel something about it? That involves compassion...This involves some personal risk, perhaps even some danger. So, in a nutshell, how do we move from understanding to compassion to action?”[1] Lectures given "The Global Economy and the Subversion of Indigenous Local Cultures" - Given at the 22nd annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology in July 1999.[2] "Globalization: Scourge of the South", Given at the 21st annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology in July 1998, as part of the 2nd panel on Globalization and Gender Identities.[3] Publications Suransky, Leonard (1983) “International Relations Games and Simulations.” In The Guide to Simulations/Games for Education and Training, edited by Robert Horn and Anne Cleaves. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. See also Pax Ludens External links Webster University Biography The Webster University Gorlok Utrecht University Staff Bio Simulation NGO founded by Suransky Persondata Name Suransky, Leonard Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth South Africa Date of death Place of death