The Mercury Game, a free negotiation simulation that Leah Stokes wrote with Noelle Selin and Larry Susskind, continues to be played around the world to train scientists and policymakers alike.
Most recently, it was played in June 2018 at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) with a group of around 35 scientists from across the world as part of the Science Diplomacy workshop. The game was also played at this workshop in 2017, and Leah Stokes attended both events, helping to teach negotiation skills to these scientists.
The game was also recently played as part of a regional workshop on science diplomacy in South Africa, as part of a partnership between the American Association for the Advancement of Science and The World Academy of Sciences.
The game has also been recently played as part of training at the Pakistan Foreign Service.