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On the top chessboard, military power reigns supreme. Here, power remains largely unipolar and dominated by the United States, though challenges from rising countries such as China are bound to disrupt this unipolarity in the 21st century.

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On the middle chessboard is economic power, which has been multipolar for some time. The major actors on this stage include the United States, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as rising economic powers such as India. Although European military power is relatively weak compared to the United States, the European Union still accounts for over 20% of global GDP. In terms of economic power, this puts it virtually on par with the U.S.

Alex BetleyOn the bottom chessboard, we find transnational relations beyond the scope of any one government. In addition to threats such as pandemics, terrorism, and climate change, this board might also include the movement of financial flows around the world or threats by nonstate actors to cybersecurity. On this board, power is widely diffused, requiring a great deal of cooperation among states and other relevant actors.

In a number of Star Trek episodes, Kirk and Spock can be seen playing a three dimensionalchess variant together. Being three-dimensional and unusual in design, it leaves the impression that it is a game requiring even greater skill and intelligence than Chess. The board consisted of three 4x4 layers and four more 2x2 areas for a total of 64 squares, the same number as there are in Chess. The pieces they used were designed by Peter Ganine, who is known for various Chess piece designs. The particular design used in Star Trek is called Classic, and it should not be confused with Gothic (a.k.a. Superba), which shows faces, or Conqueror, which are figurine. The Classic pieces are a futuristic variation of the Staunton design. Perhaps because of their association with Star Trek, they have become the rarest and most collectible of all the Peter Ganine designs. You may search ebay for ganine classic chess, but you will rarely find a set. However, Star Trek tridimensional sets are available with a different piece set. You can find these on ebay by searching for star trek chess or for tridimensional chess.

The three dimensional board consists of seven different levels. Threeof these have size four by four, and have a fixed position; the four othershave size two by two and can be moved by the players. The position of thefixed levels looks like a staircase: each next level starts above the thirdrow of the previous level, while the other sides of all fixed levels areparallel. The movable levels find themselves initially above the outermostcorners of the upper and lower level; i.e., one of its corner has a cornerof the board below it, while the other three corners have no fixed levelboard below it.

Movement of pieces is similar to that of orthodox chess, but there aretwo additional rules. First, when we look to the board from above, thepiece should be able to make a normal chess move to the square he wantsto go to. Secondly, each step taken, the piece can go up or down one ormore levels; where going up or down a level always means going from a movablelevel to a fixed level or vice versa. (Think of it as follows: fixed levelshave heights 2, 4 and 6. Movable levels can have heights 1, 3, 5, or 7.)These are the only two additional conditions.

One will notice that when playing 3D chess it will take a considerableamount of time just to move to the neutral level(the fx-lvls are referredto as the white, neutral, and black levels -- the lower, middle, and upperrespectively), in fact longer for black(can the reader guess why?). Butafter that phase of the game is reached, the game can become very complex,very quickly. After a few games one can see how 3D chess can improve starshiptactics and inspire three-dimensional thinking (Khan's deficiency and undoing).

According to the the World Tri Dimensional Chess Federation's rules, the starting positions illustrated here are quite correct. As they were originally created by a military fighter pilot, to help teach aerial combat tactics, in a three dimensional space, aren't they more pertinent to the original idea of 3D chess in Star Trek?

World politics today is different from that of the last two centuries. It is now like a three-dimensional chess game in which interstate military power is highly concentrated in the United States, interstate economic power is distributed in a multipolar manner and power over transnational issues such as climate change, terrorism and pandemics is highly diffused. The structure of power is not unipolar, multipolar or chaotic; it is all three at the same time. Thus, a smart strategy must handle different distributions of power in different domains and understand the trade-offs among them.

Ziggurat 3D chess and the Ziggurat logo are trademarked by Lampel Enterprises. The Ziggurat game board is U.S. patent #388,129. The rules for Ziggurat 3D Chess and the piece names for the Guard, Falcon, Ballista, Cardinal, Wizard, and Paladin are copyrighted.

Set upThe three main boards, each measuring four squares by four squares, are positioned in a step like arrangement and the players place their pieces at the very top and very bottom of the steps respectively.Along the edge are placed two bishops either side of the king and queen, with the queen being placed on a square of matching colour.On the squares in front of these pieces is placed a pawn.Overlapping each bishop's square is suspended a smaller attack board, measuring two squares by two squares, on each of which is placed a knight on the inside, a rook on the outside and two pawns in front.

James T. Kirk first gained a passion for playing three-dimensional chess whilst studying at Starfleet Academy. After leaving the Academy, he carried the passion with him to his various duty assignments. Aboard the USS Farragut, he often played chess with Gilhooley whilst swapping bawdy tales. Following the disaster at Tycho IV, Kirk withdrew inside himself and contented himself with playing chess against the computer. Shortly after Kirk's assignment to the USS Constitution, Gary Mitchell attempted to set up a match between Kirk and Borrik, the ship's communication officers, but he wasn't interested. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

In the 2260s, Kirk and Commander Spock played many games of three-dimensional chess together aboard the USS Enterprise. It was a fascinating experience for Spock as Captain Kirk beat him on many occasions, defying Spock's own logic. (TOS episodes: "Where No Man Has Gone Before", "Court Martial")

Spock later programmed the computer of the Enterprise with a knowledge level of three-dimensional chess equal to his own. As a result, Spock felt that as a result the best he should've been able to achieve would be a draw. While Captain James T. Kirk was on trial for the death of Ben Finney, Spock played chess, and defeated the computer several times in a row. Spock realized that someone had sabotaged the computer to frame Captain Kirk, and it was soon realized that Ben Finney was still alive, seeking revenge for Kirk's logging a mistake that Finney made a number of years ago which caused a reprimand to be entered against Finney. (TOS episode: "Court Martial")

After Spock was separated into separate Human and Vulcan beings in early 2268, the Vulcan Spock played several games of three-dimensional chess against Kirk and "beat the pants off of him". Kirk remarked to McCoy that it was like playing against a freshly rewired computer. (TOS - The New Voyages short story: "Ni Var")

Star Trek Tridimensional Chess Set Authentic prop replica of the iconic Tridimensional Chess Set, as seen in the classic TV series Star Trek. Includes 32 die cast pieces that measure approximately 1.5 inches tall. Chess Set measures approximately 13 inches tall and features translucent acrylic game boards.NN1525 $145

As Star Trek collectors items go, The Franklin Mint Tri-Dimensional Chess Set is the ultimate trophy. If you love Star Trek, you will be thrilled to display your own 3D chess board replicating the famous scenes from the Original Series.

Captain Kirk and Spock are seen playing Tri Dimensional chess in a number of Star Trek episodes. The original Star Trek 3D chess board was simply a prop and there was no rules available for the game up until 1976.

The first person to develop a rule book for playing Star Trek Tri D chess was a fan named Andrew Bartmess. Bartmess first discoverd a manual for how to build the chess set in a 1976 publication the Starfleet Technical Reference Manual. Upon building his 3D chess board, Bartmess was disapointed that there was no rules provided for the game. He contacted the authour of the Starfleet Technical Reference Manual Franz Joseph Schnaubelt. Schnaubelt encouraged Bartmess to write his own manual which he produced and sells from his website.

The best way to view the tri-dimensional chess board is by putting it on the floor and viewing it from above. From this perspective you can imagine moving the pieced in the same way that a 2D chess piece will move.

Once you have got your head around playing chess in multiple dimensions, you will want to find worthy opponents. Below is a link to the tournament rules for three dimensional chess so that you can prepare to do battle with the best 3D chess champion, whether they be Vulcan or Romulan.

Click the link below if you are ready to try out Star Trek three dimensional chess. The Franklin Mint Tri-Dimensional chess set is the most luxurious way to experience Star Trek Chess outside of the Star Ship Enterprise.

3D Chess is played just like traditional chess, but with the added third dimension to promote "spatial thinking." Pieces cannot easily transition between the three large main boards, however. Smaller boards that can be placed above or hung along the corners of the main represent "starships" that must act as a bridge for the pieces to cross between levels. I even found a set of rules on the chess variants pages. The science-fiction twist to traditional chess and the fascinating nuances that can be exploited made me want to see this chess in real life. Inspired by this, I decided that I could make a playable 3D Chess Set using the classroom's laser cutter and 3D printer. For more of our class's SIDE projects and others, you can check out 041b061a72

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