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In the third decade of the 21st century, all of humanity lies at a crossroads.

The false lull of peace that had ruled the first years of the third millennium has finally come to a close; the once-hoped for "end to history" proving to be simply the calm before the storm. With the Chinese Dragon seeking to overthrow the American Eagle and carve a new order with itself at the top, a new Cold War has begun: one whose conflicts are already being fought.

In the backdrop of this Great Game, greater threats loom. The world was shocked and scarred by a great pandemic: now, it faces more plagues on the horizon. Extremism has preyed on the impressionable minds of humanity's future; promising an easy way out: one that leads to more despair. Additionally, the specter of global warming looms ahead: an existential threat ignored by the world in favor of short-term comfort.

However, there is hope on the horizon.

Technological innovation, having sped up in recent years, is exponentially exploding. Things that were mere science fiction just a few decades ago, such as the Internet and smartphones, are now mainstream necessities, and technology is improving lives and allowing humanity to get closer to solving its problems. Meanwhile, the vastness of outer space, once regarded as simply a black and empty abyss, has begun to seem like a frontier once more.

All of humanity lies at a crossroads, and you are the ones that will decide which path it will take. Will you lead our planet into prosperity, or into ruin?


I, Derpmaster, and the rest of the staff, welcome you to Onwards! Starting off from the modern day, this map game charts the course of our future, with all its highs and lows, its triumphs and perils. We hope you have a great time playing, and lead your nation and the world to greatness!

Rules

Onwards Rules

Important Statements

  1. Read the page linked above. THIS IS A MUST!
  2. If you have any further questions, please ask them in the comments of the game, the Future Wiki Discord, or DM me (thog#3408 on Discord) or any one of the Onwards staff.
  3. You may not apply as a nation that is underlined in the nations section unless told differently so by one of the Onwards staff.

Onwards Staff

  • Creator, Mapmaker, and Supreme Leader of Onwards: Derpmaster (Discord: thog#3408)
  • Africa and Middle East Region Mod: Solace (Discord: Solace#0522)
  • Asia-Pacific Region Mod: Hydrozen (Discord: aftokrator#7313)
  • Europe Region Mod: Emma (Discord: Emma#3009)
  • North America Region Mod: Horizons (Discord: horizons#5263)
  • South America Region Mod: Kuro (Discord: anime_nerd_kuro#7746)

Recommended Turn Format

Onwards will be expanding on the "traditional" Future Wiki map game style, in order to more easily organize turn information and add more detail if needed. Usage of this new format is recommended, but not required.

Click "Expand" to see the template for the recommended turn format.

[Flag of nation/group] Nation/Group Name:

  • Government: State your government type (Presidential Republic, One-Party State, etc.). You can also describe how your government works a little here.
    • Ruler (please change this to the designated title of your head of state or government): Ruler name here.
    • [OPTIONAL] Legislature (please change this to the name of your country's legislative body): Describe your legislative body here. Be sure to include major figures within your legislature (e.g. Prime Minister if your nation is a parliamentary democracy, Speaker of the House, etc.), as well as party composition (if there are parties at all).
  • Capital City: State the capital city of your nation here, if applicable.
  • Population: State your state's total population here.
    • [OPTIONAL] Population Breakdown: State the population of your largest cities, your states/administrative divisions, or both!
    • [OPTIONAL] Ethnicities: State your country's ethnic breakdown (including percentages and/or raw population figures).
    • [OPTIONAL] Religion: State your country's religious breakdown (including percentages and/or raw population figures).
  • Economy: Describe your country's economy here. Be sure to include major industries in your nation, as well as your country's industrial development and quality of life.
    • [OPTIONAL] GDP Per Capita (PPP): Add your nation's GDP per capita here. Make sure to use the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) version.
    • [OPTIONAL] Human Development Index: Add your nation's HDI statistics here.
  • Wars and Conflicts: Describe the wars and conflicts your nation is participating in, if applicable.
    • It is recommended that you list out the operations your country is conducting in wars as separate sub-bullet points under the Wars and Conflicts tab.
    • You may also list development of military technology, military reorganization, and increasing the size of your military here.
  • Internal Affairs: Describe domestic events in your nation. This includes anything not covered by the other tabs.
  • Diplomacy: Describe the diplomatic actions taken by your nation here, if applicable.
    • Responses to another nation's diplomatic actions should be done in their Diplomacy tab as well.

Lore and Resources

Here are some additional resources for Onwards.

Map Game Resources

Player-Created Pages

Here, players can create pages about their nations or about events that occurred in Onwards.

Nations

Events

Onwards Map (as of 2024)

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Player Nations

Underlined nations are reserved for a temporarily inactive player. They cannot be taken unless an Onwards moderator gives you express permission to do so.

Reserved Nations

These nations are reserved for players with prior experience in map games.

  • Flag of The United States.png The United States of America
  • Flag of The Peoples Republic of China.svg The People's Republic of China
  • Flag of Russia.svg The Russian Federation

These nations require unanimous approval of all of the Onwards staff in order for players with no prior map game experience to play them.

  • Flag of the United Kingdom.svg The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Flag of France.svg The French Republic
  • Flag of Germany.svg The Federal Republic of Germany
  • Flag of Canada.svg Dominion of Canada
  • Flag of Italy.svg The Italian Republic
  • Flag of Japan.svg State of Japan

Signups

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Africa

Asia

Europe

North America

Oceania

  • Be the first one to apply!

South America

Banned Players

  • This list is empty. You really do not want to be the first one on this list, trust me.

Diplomatic Relations

This is a compilation of diplomatic relationships between nations.

Alliances and Pacts

Click "Expand" to see the list of alliances between nations.

  • Western Bloc
    • Flag of NATO.svg NATO:
      • Flag of the United States.svg United States of America
      • Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
      • Flag of Germany.svg Federal Republic of Germany
      • Flag of France.svg French Republic
      • Flag of Albania.svg Republic of Albania
      • Flag of Belgium.svg Kingdom of Belgium
      • Flag of Bulgaria.svg Republic of Bulgaria
      • Flag of Canada.svg Dominion of Canada
      • Flag of Croatia.svg Republic of Croatia
      • Flag of Czech Republic.png Czech Republic
      • Flag of Denmark.svg Kingdom of Denmark
      • Flag of Estonia.svg Republic of Estonia
      • Flag of Greece.svg Hellenic Republic
      • Flag of Hungary.svg Republic of Hungary
      • Flag of Iceland.svg Republic of Iceland
      • Flag of Italy.svg Italian Republic
      • Flag of Latvia.svg Republic of Latvia
      • Flag of Lithuania.svg Republic of Lithuania
      • Flag of Luxembourg.svg Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
      • Flag of Montenegro.svg Republic of Montenegro
      • Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kingdom of the Netherlands
      • Flag of Macedonia.svg Republic of North Macedonia
      • Flag of Norway.svg Kingdom of Norway
      • Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland
      • Flag of Portugal.svg Portuguese Republic
      • Flag of Romania.svg Republic of Romania
      • Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovak Republic
      • Flag of Slovenia.svg Republic of Slovenia
      • Flag of Spain.svg Kingdom of Spain
      • Flag of Turkey.svg Republic of Turkey
    • ANZUS:
      • Flag of Australia.png Commonwealth of Australia
      • Flag of New Zealand.png Commonwealth of New Zealand
      • Flag of The United States.png United States of America
    • Rio Pact:
      • Flag of the United States.svg United States of America
      • Flag of Argentina.png Argentine Republic
      • Flag of the Bahamas.svg.png Commonwealth of the Bahamas
      • Flag of Brazil.svg Federative Republic of Brazil
      • Flag of Chile.svg Republic of Chile
      • Flag of Colombia.svg Republic of Colombia
      • Flag of Costa Rica.png Republic of Costa Rica
      • Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Dominican Republic
      • Flag of El Salvador.svg Republic of El Salvador
      • Flag of Guatemala.svg Republic of Guatemala
      • Flag of Haiti.svg Republic of Haiti
      • Flag of Honduras.png Republic of Honduras
      • Flag of Panama.svg Republic of Panama
      • Flag of Paraguay.svg Republic of Paraguay
      • Flag of Peru.svg Republic of Peru
      • Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
      • Flag of Uruguay.svg Oriental Republic of Uruguay
    • GESCO:
      • Flag of Argentina.png Argentine Republic
      • Flag of Australia.png Commonwealth of Australia
      • Flag of Brazil.svg Federative Republic of Brazil
      • Flag of Canada.svg Dominion of Canada
      • Flag of Germany.svg Federal Republic of Germany
      • Flag of Spain.svg Kingdom of Spain
    • Other affiliations:
      • Flag of Israel.svg State of Israel
      • Flag of Japan.svg State of Japan
      • Flag of South Korea.svg Republic of Korea [South Korea]
      • Flag of Taiwan.png Republic of China [Taiwan]
      • Flag of Myanmar.svg Myanmar [National Unity Government/NUG]
  • Eastern Bloc
    • Flag of CSTO.png CSTO:
      • Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation
      • Flag of Armenia.svg Republic of Armenia
      • Flag of Belarus.svg Republic of Belarus
      • Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Republic of Kazakhstan
      • Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyz Republic
      • Flag of Tajikistan.svg Republic of Tajikistan
    • Other affiliations:
      • Flag of China.png People's Republic of China
      • Flag of North Korea.svg Democratic People's Republic of Korea [North Korea]
      • Flag of Iran.svg Islamic Republic of Iran
      • Flag of Myanmar (1974-2010).svg Myanmar [Tatmadaw]

Regional Unions

Click "Expand" to see the list of regional unions and their member states.

  • Flag of Europe.svg European Union:
    • TBA
  • Flag of ASEAN.svg ASEAN:
    • TBA
  • African Union flag.png African Union:
    • TBA
  • Flag of Arabia 1.png Arab League:
    • Flag of Algeria.svg People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
    • Flag of Bahrain.svg Kingdom of Bahrain
    • Flag of the Comoros.svg Union of the Comoros
    • Flag of Djibouti.svg Republic of Djibouti
    • Flag of Egypt.svg Arab Republic of Egypt
    • Flag of Iraq.svg Republic of Iraq
    • Flag of Jordan.svg Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
    • Flag of Kuwait.svg State of Kuwait
    • Flag of Lebanon.svg Lebanese Republic
    • Flag of Libya.svg State of Libya
    • Flag of Mauritania.svg.png Islamic Republic of Mauritania
    • Flag of Morocco.svg Kingdom of Morocco
    • Flag of Oman.svg Sultanate of Oman
    • Flag of Palestine.svg State of Palestine
    • Flag of Qatar.svg State of Qatar
    • Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    • Flag of Somalia.svg Republic of Somalia
    • Flag of Sudan.svg Republic of the Sudan
    • Flag of Tunisia.svg Republic of Tunisia
    • Flag of UAE.png United Arab Emirates
    • Flag of Yemen.svg Republic of Yemen
  • MERCOSUR:
    • Flag of Argentina.png Argentine Republic
    • Flag of Bolivia.svg Plurinational State of Bolivia
    • Flag of Brazil.svg Federative Republic of Brazil
    • Flag of Paraguay.svg Republic of Paraguay
    • Flag of Uruguay.svg Oriental Republic of Uruguay
  • OPEC
    • Flag of Algeria.svg People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
    • Flag of Angola.svg Republic of Angola
    • Flag of the Republic of the Congo.png Republic of the Congo
    • Flag of Equatorial Guinea.svg Republic of Equatorial Guinea
    • Flag of Gabon.svg Gabonese Republic
    • Flag of Iran.svg Islamic Republic of Iran
    • Flag of Iraq.svg Republic of Iraq
    • Flag of Kuwait.svg State of Kuwait
    • Flag of Libya.svg State of Libya
    • Flag of Nigeria.svg Federal Republic of Nigeria
    • Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    • Flag of UAE.png United Arab Emirates
    • Flag of Venezuela (Starlight).png Popular Democracy of Venezuela
  • SCO
    • Flag of China.png People's Republic of China
    • Flag of India.svg Republic of India
    • Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation
    • Flag of Pakistan.svg Islamic Republic of Pakistan
    • Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Republic of Kazakhstan
    • Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Kyrgyz Republic
    • Flag of Tajikistan.svg Republic of Tajikistan
    • Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Republic of Uzbekistan
  • LPME
    • Flag of Iran.svg Islamic Republic of Iran
    • Flag of Afghanistan.svg Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
    • Flag of Egypt.svg Arab Republic of Egypt
    • Flag of Oman.svg Sultanate of Oman
    • Flag of Qatar.svg State of Qatar
    • Flag of Syria.svg Syrian Arab Republic
  • FOTC
    • Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey
    • Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    • North Cyprus Turkish Republic
    • Republic of Azerbaijan

Dependencies and Client States

Click "Expand" to see the list of countries with dependencies and client states.

  • Flag of The United States.png United States of America:
    • Federated States of Micronesia
    • Republic of the Marshall Islands
    • Republic of Palau
  • Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation:
    • Republic of Abkhazia
    • Donetsk People's Republic
    • Luhansk People's Republic
    • Republic of South Ossetia
    • Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic [Transnistria]
  • Flag of Turkey.svg Republic of Turkey:
    • Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
  • Flag of Armenia.svg Republic of Armenia:
    • Republic of Artsakh
  • Flag of Australia.svg Commonwealth of Australia:
    • Republic of Nauru
  • Flag of New Zealand.svg Commonwealth of New Zealand:
    • Cook Islands
    • Niue

Archives

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2022-2029
2030-2039
2040-2049
2050-2059
2060-2069
2070-2079
2080-2089
2090-2099

Map Archive ● UN Archives (Security CouncilGeneral Assembly)
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United Nations

This is where you can submit in-game UN resolutions for deliberation, and vote on UN resolutions.

Security Council

The UN Security Council is the highest legislative body in the United Nations. Composed of 15 member states, including 5 permanent and 10 non-permanent members, it has the ability to levy sanctions and intervene in wars. Every nation has a single vote.

Click "Expand" to see the members of the UN Security Council as of the current turn.

UN Security Council (2022-2026)

Permanent Members:

  • Flag of China.pngPeople's Republic of China
  • Flag of France.svgRepublic of France
  • Flag of Russia.svgRussian Federation
  • Flag of the United Kingdom.svgUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Flag of the United States.svgUnited States of America
  • Flag of Germany.svg The Federal Republic of Germany

Non-Permanent Members:

  • Flag of Canada.svgDominion of Canada
  • Flag of Cuba.svgRepublic of Cuba
  • Flag of Greece.svgHellenic Republic
  • Flag of India.svgRepublic of India
  • Flag of Madagascar.svgRepublic of Madagascar
  • Flag of Morocco.svgKingdom of Morocco
  • Flag of Nicaragua.svgRepublic of Nicaragua
  • Flag of Poland.svgRepublic of Poland
  • Flag of East Timor.svgDemocratic Republic of Timor-Leste
  • Flag of Zambia.svgRepublic of Zambia

Resolutions

Click "Expand" to see past UN Security Council resolutions.

A Petition from the Dominion of Canada and her Government to the United Nations Security Council in regards to the Turkish military intervention in Northern Syria [Published 2022]


Voting

  • In Favour:
    • Dominion of Canada
    • Hellenic Republic
    • Republic of Poland
    • Republic of Zambia
  • Against:
    • People's Republic of China
    • Russian Federation
    • Republic of Cuba
    • Republic of Nicaragua
    • Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
  • Abstaining:
    • Republic of Madagascar
    • United States of America
    • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • French Republic
    • Republic of India
    • Kingdom of Morocco

By a 5-4-6 vote, this motion is REJECTED.


A Resolution to the United Nations Security Council concerning the confirmation of the elevation of the Federal Republic of Germany to a Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council, effective in the next Security Council cycle if passed. [Published 2024]

Voting

  • In Favour:
    • Republic of Poland
  • Against:
    • Be the first one to vote!
  • Abstaining:
    • French Republic

A Resolution to the United Nations Security Council concerning the confirmation of the Kingdom of Bhutan to abstain from the United Nations as a whole, effective in the next Security Council Cycle if passed. [Published 2025]

Voting

  • In Favor
  • Against
    • Republic of Poland
  • Abstaining


A Resolution to the United Nations Security Council concerning the highly ambitious and warmongerous claims of Tel-Aviv (A.K.A. the government of Israel), desiring a strict sanction policy against Israel at best against any future war in the region. [Published 2027]

Voting

  • In Favor
    • Republic of Poland
  • Against
  • Abstaining
  • ----

A Resolution to the United Nations Security Council concerning the sinister election in Serbia, one which the highly dangerous Far-Right movement claims its throne. [Published 2027]

Voting

  • In Favor
    • Republic of Poland
  • Against
  • Abstaining

Add a resolution here!

General Assembly

The General Assembly is the main legislative body of the United Nations. Its lawmakers have the ability to introduce legislation on general issues, such as climate change or humanitarian aid. All UN member nations can participate in the UN General Assembly. Every nation has a single vote.

Resolutions

Click "Expand" to see past UN General Assembly resolutions.

A Resolution to the United Nations General Assembly concerning the elevation of the Federal Republic of Germany to a Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council, effective in the next Security Council cycle if passed. [Published 2023]


Voting

  • In Favour:
    • Brazil.png The Federative Republic of Brazil
    • Flag of the United States.png The United States of America
    • Flag of Australia-0.png Commonwealth of Australia
    • and others...
  • Against:
    • Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran
    • Flag of China.png People's Republic of China
    • Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation
    • and others...
  • Abstaining:
    • Flag of Greece.png Hellenic Republic of Greece
    • Flag of Djibouti.svg Republic of Djibouti
    • and others...

By a vote of 93-91-9, this motion is PASSED. German permanent membership in the UN Security Council will now be subject to a vote within the Security Council in the following turn.

  • Dice Roll: 69/100, above the 50% threshold in order to pass.

A Resolution to the United Nations General Assembly concerning the elevation of the Federative Republic of Brazil to a Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council, effective in the next Security Council cycle if passed. [Published 2023]


Voting

  • In Favour:
    • Brazil.png The Federative Republic of Brazil
    • Flag of Australia-0.png Commonwealth of Australia
    • and others...
  • Against:
    • Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran
    • Flag of Greece.png Hellenic Republic of Greece
    • Flag of China.png People's Republic of China
    • Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation
    • Flag of Djibouti.svg Republic of Djibouti
    • and others...

By a vote of 133-59, this motion is REJECTED.

  • Dice Roll: 63/100, under the 71% threshold in order to pass.

Add a resolution here!

Onwards Turns

Turn I: 2022

Events

In the developed world, the COVID-19 pandemic is finally coming to an end. The vast majority of people in developed nations have been vaccinated. The European Union’s last case of COVID-19 was reported on October 14th in Portugal, and in the United States, COVID cases have dropped below 200 per day nationwide. However, poorer countries, lacking medical equipment and vaccines, still continue to be ravaged by COVID, with countries such as India, Brazil, and Nigeria still reporting case numbers in the tens of thousands per day. This has proved greatly detrimental for the Global South, as economic downturns caused by COVID-related lack of investment threatens to reverse the improvements many developing countries have made over the past decade, especially in countries reliant on tourism, such as Thailand.

Meanwhile, new conflicts, as well as resumptions and alterations of old ones, have begun to take stage in this new, post-pandemic world.

In Myanmar, the anti-coup protests and demonstrations have turned into a vicious civil war, with the Tatmadaw (the Burmese army), based around the capital of Naypyidaw and the northern interior of Myanmar, pitted against the pro-democracy National Unity Government (NUG), based around Yangon and southern Myanmar. Numerous ethnic separatist groups, such as the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA), the Shan Coalition, and the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), have also begun popping up along the majority-minority frontiers of Myanmar, seeking self-determination and independence for their various ethnic groups.

Both the Chinese and American governments have sent military support and aid to the Tatmadaw and the NUG respectively following the Burmese military government burning down the US Embassy and hanging the ambassadors, accusing them of fomenting rebellion in Myanmar, turning this nascent conflict into a proxy war. Other nations, both in the region and far away, have begun sending support to their preferred side as well, with Russia, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, and Thailand supporting the Tatmadaw, and the UK, Australia, Vietnam, India, South Korea, and the Philippines supporting the pro-democracy forces.

In Chad, the military junta led by ruling Mahamat Déby Itno has come under attack by the resurgent Union of Forces for Democracy and Development (UFDD), a coalition of rebel groups opposed to the current regime. The UFDD have taken control of a large portion of northern and eastern Chad, seizing Abeche, the fourth-largest city in the country, and coming dangerously close to taking the city of Sarh, the third-largest in Chad. Meanwhile, a crippled but not quite beaten Islamic State has begun inserting its tendrils into this conflict, seizing portions of northern Chad, as well as territory in neighboring Sudan.

In the long-standing conflict zones of Syria and Afghanistan, the removal of Western troops and influence in these areas has led to greater intervention of regional powers, such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, into these conflicts. The conflict in Afghanistan has become, much like in Yemen, a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, with Iran picking up the space once filled by the American military, and the Saudis covertly funding Taliban forces. At the same time, Turkey has renewed its offensives in northern Syria, attacking Kurdish SDF-held territory in order to secure a 30-kilometer wide “safe zone” radiating out from the Turkish border into Syria.

In the Donbass, the shaky ceasefires established in the late 2010s have collapsed completely, with separatist forces in Donetsk and Luhansk re-escalating the conflict to levels unseen since its height in 2014 and 2015. Russian troops have also been seen amassing at the Russo-Ukrainian border.

In Colombia, revived protests against police brutality and calls for reform culminate in violent mass police killings of protestors reminiscent of the previous year; convinced of its untrustworthiness, the FARC rebel organisation pulls out of their peace treaty with the Colombian government and begins agitating on the side of protestors. Further brutality, including the involvement of the military, causes the protests to spiral into a full-blown revolution.

Amongst the deepening gulf between the developed and the developing world, and the ignition and reignition of conflicts across the globe, there is still some good news: fully autonomous self-driving cars have begun hitting the road, ushering in a new era of transportation.


Player Turns

Flag of Greece.png The Hellenic Republic

  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic
    • Head of State (President): Katerina Sakellaropoulou
    • Boulle of the Hellenes (Unicameral Parliament):
      • Ruling Party / Coalition: New Democracy (Majority Government)
        • Head of Government (Prime Minister): Kyriakos Mitsotakis
      • Primary Opposition: Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA)
        • Head of Opposition: Alexis Tsipras
  • Capital City: Athens, Attica Province
  • Population: 10,316,641
    • Largest City: Athens
    • Largest Administrative Region: Attica
  • Economy: The economy of the Hellenic Republic is a large market-capitalist economy with a GDP of $211 Billion. The economy’s main economic sectors include tourism, shipping, industrial products, food and tobacco processing, textiles, chemicals, metal products, mining, and petroleum.
    • Currency: Euro (is a member of the Eurozone)
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $29,000
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.882 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: We declare our support for the National Unity Government and the US-led coalition, providing minor naval and air support to the coalition. We also denounce the Tatmandaw after the horrific incident at the US embassy in Myanmar, and send our condolences to the United States and to the families of those that were horrifically slaughtered.
    • Hellenic Involvement in Iraq: With the defeat of the Islamic State in Iraq, we see no true reason to continue our involvement in the region, and thus we begin pulling out our armed forces from the region, expecting to have all Hellenic involvement be ceased by May of 2023.
    • Hellenic Involvement in Chad: With the entry of the Islamic State to the once bulwark against Radical Islamism in the Sahara, we announce our vocal support to the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development in their conflict against the extremist group.
    • Operation Enduring Freedom: The Hellenic Republic continues its involvement in Operation Enduring Freedom, acting as a peacekeeping force in Somalia. We do, however, announce that we will be ending our peacekeeping mission in the Horn of Africa no later than 2026.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Golden Dawn Riots: With the conclusion of the Golden Dawn trials last year, implicating the party of engaging in illegal activity, the remnants of the party’s political supporters have begun a campaign of violence and terrorism in the countryside, and in cities where the party had major influence. Following the beginning ot these riots, police and military forces have been dispatched to deal with them. After several weeks of fighting, these riots are forcibly dissipated. Most politicans go on-record stating that this is but the last dying breath of a once relevant political movement, but some, including most of the Communist Party of the Hellenic Republic (KKE), state that the government must be increasingly weary of the prevalence of right-wing terrorism within the Hellenic Republic.
      • LGBTQIA+ Rally Disrupted by Alt-Right Riot: In a saddening tale, an LGBTQIA+ rally in Thessaloniki was brutally attacked by Golden Dawn rioters in April. At least 25 members of the LGBTQIA+ community were killed in the first hor, usually extremely brutally. The riot dispersed after police began throwing tear gas into the protestors, but not until a further 126 LGBTQIA+ Hellenes were murdered by Golden Dawn rioters. Official statements from the Government range from discussing solidarity with the LGBT community to mentioning the horrible atrocities of the alt-right. One thing remains clear though, alt-right violence will not be tolerated in the Hellenic Republic.
    • The Radical Left Agenda: This year, SYRIZA has come out with their Agenda for the Cooperatization and Growth of the Economy, known also as The Radical Left Agenda, as a jab at conservatives who espouse random centrist political opinions as part of a “radical left agenda”. The provisions of the agenda seem very similar to the UK Labor Party’s manifesto during the Corbyn era. They include allowing workers operating in domestic companies the right to cooperatize during the event of a sale or merger, and allowing Hellenic citizens to extract portions of their pensions along with other Hellenes to have startup capital for the formation of worker cooperatives. SYRIZA begins campaigning on this platform extensively, attempting to shed itself of its image of being a faux-leftist austerity party, an image gained during Tspiras’ second Prime Ministership.
    • The Hellenic Debt Crisis: The following includes a number of measures taken to decrease the Hellenic debt crisis.
      • Increased Austerity Measures: The New Democracy party, contrary to popular will, has increased austerity measures to attempt to finally achieve a budget surplus and begin paying down the debt. Such measures include increased privatization of Greek Healthcare, a rebalancing of Education funding with local governments covering higher cost percentages, and cutbacks in Administration spending.
      • Commission on the Elimination of Tax Avoidance: One of the few bipartisan measures to increase revenue passed this year is the Commission on the Elimination of Tax Avoidance, which aims to cut tax loopholes and curtail rampant tax fraud. The EGTF is designed to strengthen the Hellenic Tax service and eliminate corruption. The EGTF imposes harsh criminal penalties for tax evasion, and is given the proper legal authority to prosecute effectively.
      • Recreational Cannabis Legalization: With the popularity of cannabis legalization in the Hellenic Republic, the government has decided to legalize it for recreational usage, and to impose taxes equivalent to alcohol.
    • Politician Indicted for Public Indecency: A politician from the New Democracy party is caught on camera urinating on a public statue after having spent the night drinking at a local bar. Due to rampant corruption, however, he is not reprimanded for the incident. This sparks a second round of protests, this time from the Left of the country. A workers’ strike in Heraklion is broken up by force, angering the left even further, and SYRIZA surges in popularity due to these protests.
  • Diplomacy:
    • European Union: With us undertaking harsh measures in order to finally attain a budget surplus, we begin repaying our maturing loans from the EU, and ask to take out smaller new loans from the Central Bank in order to help with the process of paying off our maturing loans.
      • Mod Response: The EU accepts Greece's offer, with the stipulation that the new loans be repaid within 5 years of being taken out.
    • National Unity Government of Myanmar: With the Myanmar Conflict in full swing, we offer to sell off portions of our military stockpile in order to supply their operations and to give the Hellenic Government a cash infusion to help further pay off debt.
      • Mod Response: The National Unity Government wholeheartedly accepts the aid.

Brazil.png Federative Republic of Brazil

  • Note: gonna write this in two parts.
    • Before this turn:
      • Brazil is a Democratic federative republic with a Presidential system. The President is the chief executive, elected every four years in years not divisible by 4 (Ex. 2022, 2026, etc etc). The President also appoints Ministers of State who assist with government affairs. There is also a national Congress which is the legislature.
      • President: Jair Bolsonaro, since 2019. Bolsonaro is currently a political independent but is remarked as right wing and the Donald Trump of South America
      • Legislature: The National Congress is bicameral , with the Federal Senate the upper chamber and the Chamber of Deputies the lower chamber. Left wing groups control each house of the legislature.
      • Capitol: Brasilia
      • Population: 210,147,125
      • Economy: The Brazilian economy is rapidly developing and newly industrialized. It has the largest economy of any Latin American nation. It is a major global breadbasket, exporting large amounts of coffee and other foods. It also has major textiles, shoes, chemicals, cement, lumber, mining, and manufacturing
      • GDP (PPP) per capita: $15,642
      • HDI: 0.765 (High)
      • Currently, Brazil is in no wars or conflicts.
      • Deforestation, corruption, and mob violence are major issues in Brazil.
      • Brazil is a member of BRICS, G20, the UN, WTO, and other organizations. Brazil is a regional power in Latin America and an emerging power globally
    • Okay and now for this turn:
      • Government: The Brazilian Government is starting a massive vaccine rollout program, with mass vaccination sites in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Belem, and various other cities.
      • Population: Growth of 1%, up from 0.8% growth in 2019.
      • Economy: Growth of 3.5%, up from 3.4%
      • Wars and Conflicts: Fighting of gangs and mobs in Brazilian cities, modest successes for the government.
      • Internal affairs: The Minister of Justice prosecuted hundreds of government members in corruption charges in what some opposed to this call the “Brazilian Purge”. The Purge is highly popular among the Brazilian people as corrupt politicians and officials are jailed.
      • Diplomacy: The formation of GESCO, alongside Australia, India France and Spain with outstanding invitations to the Us, Canada, UK, Benelux nations, Germany, Portugal, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Israel, Argentina, and Chile. We are also offering to the nation of Columbia to join in an economic and security association (the South American Union) and we will offer to send troops in to fight the agitating groups. Additionally the government of Brazil asks to purchase French Guiana from France for 4 Billion Dollars. French Guiana shall be integrated to Brazil as the Estado (State) of Guiana.
        • Mod Responses: The Benelux nations, Portugal, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Chile and Israel decline, while Argentina agrees. Colombia declines both offers.
      • Additional: São Paulo submits to the Olympic Commission to host the summer olympics in São Paulo in 2036.
        • Mod Response: The Olympic Commission accepts the bid by Brazil.
      • Additional: Troller, a Brazilian car manufacturer, begins the rollout of autonomous cars.

Flag of Spain.svg Kingdom of Spain

  • Information:
    • Before the Turn:
      • Spain is a Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with the king or queen being ceremonial in their family. The legislative branch is made up of the Congress of Deputies (Congreso de los Diputados), a lower house with 350 members, elected by popular vote on block lists by proportional representation to serve four-year terms, and the Senate (Senado), an upper house with 259 seats of which 208 are directly elected by popular vote, using a limited voting method, and the other 51 appointed by the regional legislatures to also serve four-year terms. The executive branch consists of a Council of Ministers presided over by the Prime Minister, who is nominated as candidate by the monarch after holding consultations with representatives from the different parliamentary groups, voted in by the members of the lower house during an investiture session and then formally appointed by the monarch. King Philip VI PM Pedro Sánchez
        • Head of State (King)
          • Felipe VI, since 19 June 2014
        • Government
        • Prime Minister (head of government) or "President of the Government" (Presidente del Gobierno): Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón, elected 1 June 2018.
          • Deputy prime ministers (designated by the Prime Minister): Currently Carmen Calvo Poyato (1st), Pablo Iglesias Turrión (2nd), Nadia Calviño Santamaría (3rd), Teresa Ribera Rodríguez (4th).
          • Ministers (designated by the Prime Minister). The Prime Minister, deputy prime ministers and the rest of ministers convene at the Council of Ministers. Spain is organisationally structured as a so-called Estado de las Autonomías ("State of Autonomies"); it is one of the most decentralised countries in Europe, along with Switzerland, Germany and Belgium; for example, all autonomous communities have their own elected parliaments, governments, public administrations, budgets, and resources. Health and education systems among others are managed by the Spanish communities, and in addition, the Basque Country and Navarre also manage their own public finances based on foral provisions. In Catalonia, the Basque Country, Navarre and the Canary Islands, a full-fledged autonomous police corps replaces some of the State police functions (see Mossos d'Esquadra, Ertzaintza, Policía Foral/Foruzaingoa and Policía Canaria).
      • King: Felipe VI, Since 2014
      • Prime Minister: Pedro Sanchez, Since 2018
      • Capital: Madrid
      • Population: 46.94 Million
      • Economy: The economy of Spain is mainly built off manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceuticals, textiles and apparel, footwear, chemicals, and a booming tourism industry.
      • GDP per Capita: 29,600.38 USD (2019)
    • The Turn:
      • Government: Vaccines are being distributed against the COVID-19 Pandemic, and urge for masks to be worn until cases fall to double-digits, mass-vaccine sites are around in Madrid, Barcelona, etc,
      • Government: People's Party Leader Pablo Casado becomes Prime Minister after beating Incumbent Pedro Sanchez.
      • Population: Growth of .8%, an increase of .5% in 2021.
      • Economy: Growth of 3.5%, an increase of 3.2% in 2021.
      • Wars and Conflicts: Pro-Communist protests against the People's Party grow in Madrid and Barcelona.
      • Internal Affairs: Prime Minister Casado survives assassination attempt from a man payed by a member of the Spanish Socialist Worker’s Party member, the man and member were arrested.
      • Diplomacy: The formation of GESCO, alongside Australia, India France and Brazil, with invitations to the Us, Canada, UK, Benelux nations, Germany, Portugal, South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Israel, Argentina, and Chile.
        • Mod Response: See Brazil turn.
      • Other: Madrid submits submits to the Olympic Commission to host the summer olympics in 2040.
        • Mod Response: The Olympic Commission rejects the bid by Spain.

Flag of India.svg Republic of India

  • Government: Democratic Republic
    • Head of State (President): Ram Nath Kovind (since 2017)
    • Prime Minister: Narendra Modi (since 2014)
  • GDP per capita: 2,099.60 (in USD)
  • Population: 1.336 billion
  • Capital: New Delhi

Flag of Australia-0.png Commonwealth of Australia

  • Government: Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
    • Head of State (Monarch): Elizabeth II
    • Parliament of Australia:
      • Ruling Party / Coalition: Liberal-National Coalition
        • Head of Government (Prime Minister): Scott Morrison
      • Primary Opposition: Labor Party
        • Head of Opposition: Anthony Albanese
  • Capital City: Canberra
  • Population: 26,319,177 (2022 estimate)
    • Largest City: Sydney
    • Largest Administrative District: New South Wales
  • Economy: Australia has a highly developed mixed economy. As of 2022, the GDP of Australia is 1.46 trillion USD. It's main exports are Iron Ore, Coal, Natural Gas, Gold, Aluminum, Crude Petroleum, Cooper and Meat.
    • Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD)
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $55,659
    • Human Development Index: 0.950
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: The Commonwealth of Australia continues it's support for the National Unity Government, along with the U.S.-led coalition. We are deeply concerned at the actions Tatmadaw took against the U.S. ambassadors. We send our deepest condolences to the families affected. We are sending air and ground support to Myanmar.
    • Chad: Australia supports the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development in the ongoing conflict in Chad. Our main worry in this conflict is the possible expansion of Islamic terrorists.
    • Iraq: Due to the defeat of ISIS, Australia is slowly on the path of retreating troops. However, this could change at any moment.
  • Internal Affairs and Events
    • 2022 Australian federal election: The Labor Party gains a majority in Parliament, flipping 10 seats, giving them a majority by 2. Anthony Albanese becomes Prime Minister of Australia (for simplicity, he will start being listed in 2023).
    • Republicanism protests: The Republicanism movement in Australia has become noticeable worldwide. This is mainly contributed to fallout from Barbados leaving the commonwealth in late 2021. During the campaign process for the federal election, Albanese promised a referendum if Labors gained a majority. However, he has walked back on these promised once he became Prime Minister. Many protests break out in major cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
  • Diplomacy
    • Myanmar and Chad: We send military equipment to the NUG to help their fight against the military dictatorship. We do the same with the UFDD.
      • Mod Response: Both the NUG and the UFDD graciously accept Australian help.
    • GESCO: The Australian government hopes this new alliance can help bring Australia further onto the world stage.
    • PRSLC: We invite countries such as Tuvalu, Kiribati, the Marshall Islands and others affected by rising sea levels to PRSLC or the Pacific Rising Sea Level Committee, to help re-locate their populations. We ask New Zealand to join to help re-location efforts.
      • Mod Response: Tuvalu, New Zealand, and Kiribati agree to join the PRSLC, but the Marshall Islands opts not to join.

Flag of El Salvador.svg Republic of El Salvador

    • Before this turn:
      • El Salvador is a Unitary presidential constitutional republic with a President and Vice President. The President is both the head of state and the head of government. There is also a Legislative Assembly.
      • President: Nayib Bukele, since June 2019. Bukele is a member of the Nuevas Ideas, a centrist party in El Salvador. He is one of the youngest leaders only at 39 years old.
      • Legislature: The Legislative Assembly is Unicameral
      • Capital: San Salvador
      • Population: 6,420,746
      • Economy: The Economy used to be agriculture focused but now is getting more industry focused. Pretty low GDP growth but hopes to grow soon.
      • GDP per capita: $4,041
      • HDI: 0.673 (Medium)
      • El Salvador isn't in any wars
      • Human Rights, Corruption of some politicians, similar things are issues in El Salvador
      • Member of the Organization of American States
    • for this turn:
  • Our Population has slighty grown by 0.8%
  • Civil Rights: Currently no changes in regards to LGBT discrimination, however some left-wing politicians aim to change the status quo.
  • Internal affairs: The Growth of Communism and Far-Right parties are on the rise gaining popularity. The Far-Right party gains 15% popularity.
  • Diplomacy: The Government of El Salvador is wondering if El Salvador could join GESCO.

Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation

  • Government: Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic
    • Head of State(President): Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
    • Prime Minister: Mikhail Mishustin
    • Ruling Party: United Russia
  • Population: 146,171,015
    • Capital and Largest City: Moscow
  • Economy: Russia has an upper-middle income mixed and transition economy, with enormous natural resources, particularly oil and natural gas. It has the world's eleventh-largest economy by nominal GDP and the sixth-largest by PPP. Oil, natural gas, metals, and timber account for more than 80% of Russian exports abroad. In 2016, the oil-and-gas sector accounted for 36% of federal budget revenues.
    • Currency: Ruble
    • GDP: $4,328 trillion
    • GDP per capita: $29,485
    • HDI: 0.824 (High)
  • The Turn
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: We pledge our support to the Tatmadaw and will aid them in any way necessary to fight against the violent Insurgency whose only mission is to plunge the entire country of Myanmar into a state of eternal civil war and destabilizing the stability and the security the Tatmadaw has brought forwards.
    • Escalations in Ukraine: We start building up troops at the border, and we reiterate to NATO and EU that this is technically our borders and we are conducting military exercises so we urge them not to escalate this into something they might regret. We also close the Kerch strait indefinitely as we feel the US meddles in things it should not be meddling in and that they should focus on their own domestic problems rather than focusing on others. We also recognize the sovereignty of the Donbass and Luhansk regions to make their own decisions and ask Ukraine to stop suppressing their freedom and let them choose their future.
    • Conflict in Afghanistan: We do not get involved in the dash to take control of Afghanistan but we send our support to Iran and urge the Saudis to stop supporting terrorist groups as they have done so in the past which have led to many disastrous endings. We will aid Iran in promoting peace and prosperity in Afghanistan and bring stability to the troubled regions to usher in a prolonged period of peace in the country.
  • Internal Affairs
    • Protests in Russia: The presence of Alexei Navalny has caused a lot of people to protest against the corruption of the government, but President Putin has said that Navalny is nothing but a "Pro-US and Pro-EU person sent here to bring instability and chaos to our nation, thus destabilizing our country and thus, the absolute victory of the west". He is still in prison for violating parole rules and fleeing to Germany, and as a result of violating parole rules, will not be allowed to participate in any elections. The protests against the President is still going strong, with police and protestors clashing on various occasions.
    • Poseidon Bomb: The trial of our autonomous, nuclear-powered, and nuclear-armed unmanned underwater vehicle called Poseidon is now successful and ready for deployment. it carries a nuclear warhead which has a blast yield of up to 100 Megatons. We remind the international community that this bomb will not be used until and unless war has already been at a stage where there is no return. It is a torpedo-shaped robotic mini-submarine which can travel at speeds of 100 km/h, with a range of 10,000 km and a depth maximum of 1,000 m.
    • Sputnik V Vaccine: The vaccine has already been sent to countries like Argentina, Belarus, Hungary, Serbia and the United Arab Emirates who were in dire need. The vaccine will also be available to any country that needs it. We are ramping up the production of the vaccine and will ship to those countries who have already ordered it. Sputnik V has not yet been approved by the EU's European Medicines Agency which is a sad thing. As the world is dealing with a disastrous pandemic, instead of providing more alternatives for the public to choose, the West wants to politicize the whole issue and show Russia in a bad light. This shows how Europe is willing to go to the extreme to antagonize Russia and its capability to help the world.
    • Increased Presidential Term Limits: a referendum was passed recently allowing President Putin to serve 2 more 6 year terms as President of Russia. The voter turnout was 60% of the entire population, with 77.9% voting for changes in the constitution and 21% voting against it. This allows Putin to stay in power until 2036. There are some staunch opposition to this, the main person being Alexei Navalny, saying that "this was an illegal referendum and that it is all a plot meant to keep Putin in power for life."
  • Diplomacy
    • We want to improve our trade deals with India and China as we are already have strong ties with each other as well as a means to combat against trade protectionism.
      • Chinese Response: Beijing is in the interest of improving diplomatic and economic ties with Russia as well, and will agree to such developments.
    • We also pledge to help out the Tatmadaw with any aid they so need including weapons and ammunition, Aircraft and 2 motor rifle divisions to help them in quelling the insurgency
    • We will wholly support the Donbass and Luhansk regions with any aid they need because we have people will Russian passports there, so it is a matter of our people being suppressed and we will take adequate measures to provide them aid as they are our own subjects and we will always protect our people from any outside threat.

WIP: might add something later but not sure


Flag of Canada.svg Dominion of Canada

  • Government: Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
    • Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau
    • Governor General: Anne McLellan
    • Deputy Prime Minister: Chrystia Freeland
    • Chief Justice: Richard Wagner
    • House of Commons:
      • Current leader: Liberal-NDP Coalition under Justin Trudeau
      • Speaker of the House of Commons: Anthony Rota (Liberal-Nipissing—Timiskaming)
      • Current composition:
        • Liberal: 155
        • Conservative: 120
        • Bloc Quebecois: 32
        • New Democratic Party: 24
        • Independents: 4
        • Greens: 3
      • Most recent election: 2019 Canadian Federal Election (Onwards)
  • Capital City: Ottawa
  • Population: 38,714,187
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Largest Cities:
        • 1. Toronto (5.8M)
        • 2. Montreal (3.7M)
        • 3. Vancouver (2.6M)
        • 4. Calgary (1.6M)
        • 5. Edmonton (1.4M)
        • 6. Ottawa (1.1M)
        • 7. Winnipeg (760k)
        • 8. IncreaseHamilton (730k)
        • 9. DecreaseQuebec City (725k)
        • 10. Kitchener (512k)
        • 11. London (415k)
        • 12. Victoria (364k)
      • Provinces and Territories:
        • 1. Ontario (14.8M)
        • 2. Quebec (8.7M)
        • 3. British Columbia (5.2M)
        • 4. Alberta (4.6M)
        • 5. Manitoba (1.5M)
        • 6. Saskatchewan (1.2M)
        • 7. Nova Scotia (985k)
        • 8. New Brunswick (798k)
        • 9. Newfoundland and Labrador (538k)
        • 10. Prince Edward Island (160k)
        • 11. Northwest Territories (45k)
        • 12. IncreaseNunavut (43k)
        • 13. DecreaseYukon (42k)
  • Economy: Canada's economy is a developed service-based, mixed-market economy, with strong exports consisting of natural resources, most prominently ores, oil, diamonds, and lumber. The Toronto Stock Market manages over $2 trillion worth of trade and exchange. Its manufacturing industry was historically a large part of its economy, however this has declined in recent years.
    • Currency: Canadian Dollar
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $47,569
    • Human Development Index: 0.930
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Civil War in Myanmar: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledges support for the pro-democracy protestors, but states that Canada is not ready to become militarily involved in the country. The government issues an official condemnation of the massacres committed by the Tatmandaw, calling for those involved to resign. A bill passes the Canadian Parliament pledging $150,000,000 to fund pro-democracy protests across the country, to be distributed by the United Nations. Canada officially withdraws all embassies from Myanmar to avoid danger to ambassadors, stating in a government release that "We cannot in good conscience keep our diplomats in a country where anarchy runs free, and where there is a clear and present danger to their well being." Transport Canada has announced the cancelling of all flights to Myanmar and neighboring Bangladesh, and a ban on any non-authorized flights originating from the two countries. Trudeau also gives a speech reaffirming the right to self-determination for ethnic minorities in Myanmar, while condemning "Excessive violence on all sides."
    • Conflict in Syria and Iraq: Canada reaffirms its commitment to peace-keeping forces in Syria, even as the United States withdraws. Justin Trudeau gives a speech, urging that "We should not abandon the work we have done when we are so critically close to achieving our goals and defeating this great menace. We should not and must not abandon the Syrian people." Trudeau also goes on to condemn the Turkish invasion of Kurdistan, launching a complaint with the United Nations. The House of Commons passes a bill to provide medical and military aid to the NES in Kurdistan, totaling $45,000,000. Trudeau organizes a virtual meeting with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to discuss the invasion, however communications break down, and Erdoğan leaves the meeting in a fury, calling Trudeau "An ignorant, fat-headed pig who should mind his business."
    • Conflict in Ukraine: Canada condemns Russian aggression against Ukraine. Justin Trudeau releases a written condemnation, calling for a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss a peaceful end to the conflict. He further goes on to condemn Russia's violation of ceasefires and international treaties, and accuses Putin of "Manipulating the cause of ethnic self-determination to advance the cause of Nationalistic Imperialism." The House of Commons passes a bill pledging $200,000,000 in humanitarian aid to Ukraine, as well as the commitment of paramedical military forces for purely medical purposes in the regions of Donbass and Luhansk. On the matter, Trudeau comments "We are seeing an abhorrent loss of life in Ukraine as a result of Russian aggression. Canada has a moral obligation, wherever we can, to aid the Ukrainian people, and to save lives."
    • Conflict in Chad: Trudeau calls for the ceasing of hostilities between the current government and the UFDD, and for a unification against the Islamic State elements which have occupied northern sections of the country. Minister of Defense Harjit Sajjan pledges a re-doubling of the country's effort as part of Operation Enduring Freedom, and states that "We are incredibly close to ridding the world of the scourge of Islamic Radicalism; we must not hesitate to eliminate this threat at any cost."
    • Colombian Revolution: Trudeau condemns the violence against the Colombian government, and the Canadian Government issues a statement in support of Colombian president Iván Duque Márquez. However, this sparks discontent with their coalition members, the NDP, who largely oppose the Colombian government, and support FARC's cause. Growing tensions between the two parties leads to Trudeau withdrawing the government's official support of the incumbent government; despite this, the House of Commons narrowly passes a bill recognizing Márquez as the legitimate president of Colombia, with Trudeau's support. Minister of Foreign Affairs Marc Garneau condemns the violence against protestors in a ten-page statement. This statement garners criticism against Garneau, with some accusing him of supporting the violence of the rebel parties. Garneau is relieved from his position for four weeks while an ethics commission investigates the incident, but he is eventually reinstated with no charges made.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • 2022 Canadian Parliament Ramming Attack and Shooting: On March 8, 2022, two unmarked, unlicensed white vans violently entered Parliament Hill, in Ottawa. The vans entered over a sidewalk, hitting five civilians, two of whom died. The drivers then hit two security guards, killing one. One driver was shot within their van. The other exited and pulled out an AK-47 rifle, opening fire on security, killing two officers and wounding 6, before being shot and killed. Both attackers were white Americans in their 40s. A manifesto was found in the second van, detailing that the purpose for the attack was to punish Canada for its refusal to back America in the Myanmar War.
    • Ethics Investigation against Minister of Foreign Affairs Marc Garneau: After the rogue release of a government statement in support of FARC rebels in Colombia, against government policy, Minister of Foreign Affairs Marc Garneau was relieved of his position while under investigation by the Ethics Committee. The investigation lasted four weeks, mainly investigating Garneau's misuse of his office to defy government policy and illegal encouragement of a designated terrorist group. After four weeks, Garneau was reinstated to his position with no charges.
    • Cancellation of Pipeline Five Project: Pipeline Five, which supplies Albertan oil to refineries in the Midwestern United States and Southwestern Ontario, is officially closed, following discussion between Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The pipeline supplied over 70% of oil to the refineries, leading to a minor oil supply crisis. The closure is hailed by environmentalist and native rights groups, but is decried by conservatives and businesses. The remaining assets related to the pipeline are nationalized by the Canadian Government with Whitmer's approval, mainly to prevent decay and future spills.
    • Coronavirus-19 Officially Eradicated in Canada: Canada officially declares that it has vaccinated all of its population that is qualified, and the final case of COVID-19 is recorded as resolved on June 19, 2022. The country officially recorded a total of 41,560 deaths as a result of the pandemic. Trudeau hails the announcement in a widely televised speech: "Today we celebrate a great achievement. More than two years after our first case of the Coronavirus disease, we have finally resolved our final case. I want to thank all our front-line healthcare workers for the phenomenal work they have done to bring us to this point. I also want to thank our provincial premiers for their leadership during this crisis. As Canada has completed its vaccination efforts, all further vaccines will be distributed to poorer countries in need, in a way that will be determined in collaboration with foreign governments."
    • Stoney Reservation 142 Murders and Riots: 8 murders of First Nations reserve residents on Stoney Reservation 142 in Alberta have finally been linked to a high-ranking RCMP officer. The revelation draws widespread criticism, and calls for resignation and arrest of the offending officer, as well as an investigation into potential cover-ups by other RCMP officials. However, the RCMP refuses to investigate the case, releasing a statement saying they "Wholly trust the judgment and wisdom of the accused officer, and do not believe he would be capable of committing such a horrid crime," and that they "will keep searching earnestly to bring the murderer to justice." This sparked riots out of an already tense relationship between First Nations groups and the RCMP, stoked by years of officially unsolved officer murders and kidnappings. Trudeau condemns the RCMP's actions, stating that they should investigate the accused officer more thoroughly. A bill to bring the RCMP under federal investigation and tighter regulatory reins narrowly fails in the House of Commons. The riots last 3 weeks between September 9 and September 29, 2022, and cause over $2 million in damages, over half of which is in Calgary. Four deaths, three of Natives and one of an RCMP officer, are linked to the riots, with over 600 arrests made.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Global Economic and Security Co-Operation Organization (GESCO) Membership: Upon the invitation of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Canada will join the Global Economic and Security Co-Operation Organization, henceforth known as GESCO. A bill to approve the joining will pass the House of Commons with bipartisan support, though with a few detractors from each side, and opposition of the NDP and Greens. With Parliament's approval, Trudeau announces Canada's entrance into GESCO.

  • Flag of China.png People's Republic of China:
    • Government: Unitary Marxist-Leninist one-party socialist republic
      • President: Xi Jinping
      • Premier: Li Keqiang
    • Capital City: Beijing
    • Population: 1,448,471,403
    • Economy: China has been one of the world's largest economies for centuries, with various periods of prosperity and decline. It would seem that China is more of the former at this point in time, competing and soon overtaking the United States. It boasts a diverse and robust manufacturing sector, which accounts for a great deal of its exports in industries such as metals, textiles, electronics, armaments, and vehicles. It remains the largest recipient of direct foreign investment, and home to the highest number of tech start-ups. As the world's fastest-growing consumer market, its integration into the global economy has ensured that the demands of the citizens are very well supplied by domestic and imported goods.
      • GDP(PPP) Total: $28.06 trillion
      • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: $19,372
      • Human Development Index: 0.763
    • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Conflict in Myanmar: Beijing pledges support to Tatmadaw in order to restore security and order in a period of chaos. Firearms, ammunition, artillery pieces, rocket launchers, and relevant equipment are routed via air supply to bolster the Myanmar Army. A division of the PLA is routed to Yunnan in preparation for spillovers from the conflict into the region. Limited air support is also provided in the form of sorties and reconnaissance missions, however direct engagement is avoided at this point in time.
    • Internal Affairs:
      • Five-Year Plan No. 14: Goals are drafted and finalized in the 14th Five-Year Plan to modernize China in several fields and industries, including but not limited to; becoming a "moderately developed" economy by 2035 via tripling the per capita GDP, peaceful development of relations with the rouge province of Taiwan, carbon neutrality by 2060, integration of AI into the workforce, transition of half of all Chinese vehicles to electric or hybrid systems by 2035, among others.
      • China Brain Artificial Intelligence Project: Development of AI via the China Brain Project will proceed as planned. Cross-disciplinary study on neural networks, biological and artificial, is emphasized [Secret] and occasionally outsourced to Xinjiang re-education facilities. [/Secret]
      • War On Islamic Terrorism: The conflict involving the People's Republic of China and Islamic terrorism has been going on for decades. In recent years, terrorist incidents have declined in frequency, but the threat of extremism and radicalization of impressionable Uyghur youths remain prominent. Hence, Beijing has decided to change its approach to one of information and education. International media mislabels the re-education camps and similar facilities as "abusive", "a violation of human rights", regardless of whatever evidence is provided. One cannot make an omelet without breaking a few eggs, as they say.
      • Annual Strait Sorties: The annual tradition of flying sorties across the Taiwanese Strait into the airspace of our province there is continued without incident nor casualty.
    • Diplomacy:
      • India: Diplomats are dispatched to New Delhi to discuss and potentially formalize a free trade agreement with the Republic of India, in the interest of strengthening diplomatic and economic ties.

Flag of Germany.svg Bundesrepublik Deutschland the work is in progress

  • Government: Parliamentary Republic
    • Chancellor: Greta Bäcker
    • Legislature:
      • Bundesrat:
        • Current composition:
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      • Bundestag:
        • Current composition:
          • Governing Coalition:
            • Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands: 177 seats
            • Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands: 165 seats
            • Die Linkspartei: 72 seats
            • Die Grünen: 69
            • Die Partei für Arbeit, Rechtsstaat, Tierschutz, Elitenförderung und basisdemokratische Initiative: 5 seats
            • Sie hat Unbedingt Souveränität (SUS): 1 seat
          • Opposition:
            • Alternative für Deutschland: 92 seats
            • Freie Demokratische Partei: 83
            • Christlich-Soziale Union in Bayern: 42
            • Liberal-konservative Reformer: 3 seats
            • Independent: However many else are left
  • Capital City: Berlin
  • Population: ~83.2 million
  • Economy: Germany has a booming economy and one of the world's largest. Its manufacturing sector is massive, dominating its neighbors and exporting tons of goods year-round. However, the number of citizens in the workforce is decreasing.
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $4.843 trillion, 4th in world (99)
    • Human Development Index: 0.954 (Very High, 3rd in world)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Guns n stuff
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Can we get back to Politics: Dark horse progressive politician Greta Bäcker manages to strike a new coalition between multiple political parties, creating a powerful voting bloc making up the majority of the population and essentially ensuring her political victory in coming elections. The political pushback, primarily from Southern regions such as Bayern and Sachsen is drowned out by the supporters of a more economically, militarily, and politically influential Germany.
    • Immigration: The immigration cap is drastically raised and immigration is encouraged to grow the workforce. The government introduces incentives to grow a family to help the economy grow.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Brazil: Accept whatever alliance they proposed.
    • United Nations: Petitions for a permanent seat in the Security Council as the head of the European Union, a leading member of NATO, fourth largest economy, and nuclear capacity.
    • Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Czech Republic: Offers to invest in infrastructure projects spanning the region.
      • Mod Response: All four countries graciously accept.
    • Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein: Proposes a Pan-Germanic regional alliance to focus on strengthening our political unity and bringing our foreign policies closer together.
      • Mod Response: Austria and Liechtenstein agree to the alliance, but Switzerland declines, citing its wish to remain neutral and its significant non-Germanic populations.
    • NATO: Assists in the process of furthering Bosnia, Ukraine, and Georgia's admission into the alliance.

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Government: Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
    • Monarch: Elizabeth II
    • Prime Minister: Boris Johnson
  • Capital City: London
  • Population: 68 Million
  • Economy:
    • GDP Per Capita: 3.12 trillion
    • Human Development Index: 0.932
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Civil War in Myanmar: Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated that he will not use military intervention in Myanmar, but will support aid to support pro-democracy forces in Myanmar. The UK parliament has signed a bill to give $200,000,000 to pro-democracy forces in Myanmar, which will be distributed by the United Nations.
    • Conflict in Syria and Iraq: The United Kingdom, along with the United States, will withdraw troops from Syria and Iraq, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson staying the UK isn’t a country that polices the world. However, Boris Johnson is open to the idea of peacekeepers from the United Nations to prevent further violence against the Syrian and Iraqi Kurds from Turkey.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • COVID-19 eradication: The United Kingdom has officially eradicated COVID-19, with all of it’s eligible population being vaccinated and the last reported case of COVID-19 being on August 13, 2022. The country has been fully reopened and the economy is back on track. Prime Minister Boris Johnson celebrated this victory on National TV, saying that the UK was beaten COVID-19 and further vaccines will be distributed to poorer countries in need.
    • Transgender Rights: The United Kingdom’s government has been cracking down on Transgender youth from getting services like puberty blockers and hormone treatment, which has caused many transgender rights advocates to protest in the streets for fair treatment. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has stated that he will not legalize transgender treatment for people under 18 years old, saying children don’t know how to make hard decisions like transitioning to the opposite gender. The Labour Party, however, opposes the Prime Minister and the Conservative Party position, saying that transgender youth need this care because it helps decrease the high suicide rate in the commmunity.

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Ali Khamenei
    • President: Ebrahim Raisi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 85,810,462
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy: Iran’s economy is a mixture of central planning, state ownership of oil and other large enterprises, village agriculture, and small-scale private trading and service ventures. It has a GDP of approximately $714 billion. The service sector contributes the largest percentage of the GDP, followed by industry (mining and manufacturing) and agriculture.
    • Currency: Rial transitioning to Toman
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $20,000
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.783 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: We support the Tatmadaw in an effort to return stability to Myanmar. We begin sending Iranian firearms and munitions to the Tatmadaw to help in their efforts.
    • War in Afghanistan: Following the cowardly American’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, we have taken it upon ourselves to support the government of Afghanistan and keep the Taliban forces at bay. Our first move is to begin supplying the Afghan government with Iranian firearms, vehicles and munitions. Secondly we will be attempting to gain total air supremacy over Afghanistan using airfields in our South Khorasan and Razavi Khorasan provinces. This will allow us to conduct airstrikes against our enemies in Afghanistan. Finally, to prevent any gains by the Taliban in the wake of the American’s foolish retreat, we will station 20,000 Iranian troops in areas of Afghanistan currently held by the Afghan government.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Election Boycott: Following the boycott of the 2021 Iranian presidential election by reformist parties, protesters arose across Iran against Ebrahim Raisi following his victory. Severe crackdowns against these protests ensured that they did not continue into 2022, but the level of unrest remains high.
    • Covid-19: Despite having initial problems securing supplies of the covid-19 vaccine, we have managed to eradicate the virus in most of our major cities, though cases in more rural areas are still being reported. If we are able to secure a steady supply of vaccine, we should have no more cases by 2024.
    • Replacement of the Rial: Our efforts to replace our current currency, the Rial, with the Toman, are currently running on schedule, expected to be finished next year.
    • Nuclear Research & Power: We will begin to enrich Uranium to 20% purity at the Natanz nuclear site. This enriched Uranium will then be used for for our nuclear research, such as that at the Tehran Research Reactor. We currently expect the Darkhovin Nuclear Power Plant to be completed in 2024.
    • Mining: We begin a program, labelled the “Iranian Treasure Initiative” (ITI) which will see development of and investment in Iran’s mineral deposits and mining industry over the next 6 years. 2022 sees the beginning of work on the Eram gas field, expected to generate $40 billion for our economy, as well as commissioning a zinc mine in Kerman province and a copper mine in East Azerbaijan province. All of these projects are of utmost importance to try and help our economy recover after the pandemic.
  • Diplomacy:
    • China: We wish to station Iranian airwings in Southern China to help the Tatmadaw in Myanmar and request permission from the Chinese government to do so. Furthermore we would like to schedule a summit between President Xi Jinping and our own President Ebrahim Raisi in order to discuss the problem in Myanmar and the possibility of a trade agreement, to strengthen both our nations and the ties between them.
      • Chinese Response: The Iranian request is approved. Air bases in Yunnan are prepped to host Iranian aircraft for the duration of their support for the Tatmadaw regime in the Myanmar Civil War. The request to improve trade and relations is also accepted.
    • Russia: We request a supply of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine to help in our efforts to eradicate COVID-19 in Iran.
      • Russian Federation: We accept and will deliver the vaccines as fast as possible.
    • Olympics: We would like to put forth Tehran as a candidate for the 2036 summer olympic games.
      • Mod Response: The Olympic Commission accepts this bid from Iran.

Turn II: 2023

Events

While the COVID-19 pandemic is now but a distant memory to the nations of the Global North, several nations of the Global South, India in particular, continue to be burned through. In India, the failure of Narendra Modi’s government to effectively administer any sort of mass vaccination effort has led to new strains of the virus increasing in deadliness and infectivity rate. Over a million deaths were reported in India in December alone, and rumors of fully vaccinated individuals being hospitalized from the virus has led to mass hysteria in the nation, and the rise of both right-wing and left-wing militias throughout the nation. Ethnic Chin, Mizo and Naga militias active in the conflict in Myanmar have also begun crossing the border into the states of Mizoram, Manipur, and Nagaland, engaging in skirmishes with the Indian army and taking control of some border towns.

In Myanmar, the Tatmadaw have made minor gains into the territory of the National Unity Government, but have lost considerable ground to several separatist movements, such as the Kachin Independence Army and the Shan Coalition. Thailand has also begun launching incursions into KNLA-controlled territory, at the expense of its own dealings with the COVID-19 pandemic. As of now, the NUG has received major military support from the United States and Australia, with more minor contributions from Vietnam, the Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Poland and Romania. It has become common to see flamethrower companies employed by the NUG to clear jungles where Tatmadaw forces are suspected to be hiding. This has led to rampant forest fires, as climate change has rendered Myanmar drier than usual.

Meanwhile, Afghanistan’s civil war has flared up to a point not seen since the days of Bin Laden, as the Iranian-backed Afghan government and the covertly Saudi-backed Taliban frequently clash in major valley cities. The Taliban begins to consolidate its holdings in central and southern Afghanistan, while government and Iranian forces clear western and northeastern Afghanistan.

In Chad, the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development (UFDD) has made substantial gains in the south, capturing the city of Moundou, Chad’s second-largest city, while the ruling military junta consolidates their hold around the capital of N’Djamena. The Islamic State has been pushed back a little: however, they still hold territory in the sparsely-populated northeast, and have also begun making incursions into southern Libya and the Darfur region of Sudan, with ISIS being supported by local Janjaweed militias in the latter battleground.

In Syria, Turkey has occupied the entire northern frontier of the country, controlling most areas north of Aleppo. Meanwhile, the Syrian rebels enjoy a sudden and unexpected resurgence, equipped with new weapons and supported by shady PMCs; seizing control of much of the southern frontier of Syria, in addition to their holdings in Idlib Province.

In the Donbass region, Ukranian and Donetsk forces have engaged in firefights across the ceasefire line. Mistaking them for Donetsk forces, a Ukranian battalion fired upon a Russian army company, leaving 42 Russians dead as the company was overrun by Ukranian forces, and sparking extremely heightened tensions.

The civil conflicts in Syria, Chad, and Myanmar have led to a mass exodus of refugees from these nations. In Syria, refugees flood to wherever they can go, leading to a gruesome video of a mass of unarmed refugees fleeing to the Turkish lines, only to be mowed down by the thousands by Turkish forces. In Myanmar, refugees fleeing across national lines have caused mass economic strain in neighboring countries, especially in Thailand and Malaysia, compounding the economic recessions caused by COVID-19. The influx of Syrian, Chadian and Sudanese refugees into Europe has caused perhaps the beginning of a second migrant crisis, with boatloads of refugees crossing the Mediterranean into Italy, Greece and Spain once more becoming a relatively common sight.

Miguel Diaz-Canel, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, announces a plan to partially liberalize the economy though allowing foreign worker cooperatives to operate within the nation. Alongside this resolution comes several economic packages designed at revitalizing the Cuban economy in a way that doesn’t hand the country over to undemocratic multinationals. One of the first cooperatives to open in Cuba is Mondragon, which only barely qualified, being part of the International Co-operative Alliance.

Nicolas Maduro is found dead from an untimely accident in his home outside Caracas; this triggers a military power struggle in Venezuela. Already disillusioned with the possibility of a ‘Second Iraq’, as the now late Maduro put it, the military government immediately begins negotiations with the parallel civilian government of Venezuela, attempting to save itself. Pressure from indigenous and other organised groups combines with the impending collapse of the state’s remaining revenue streams, and Venezuela submits to popular referendum and total democratic reform. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela disappears, replaced by the Popular Democracy of Venezuela; Juan Guaido is sworn in as an interim president as former opposition party members attempt to jostle their way into power in the new government.

Across Latin America, abroad coalition of anti-authoritarian groups has begun to form, inspired by the Asian Milk Tea Alliance; the Coffee Alliance, as it is called, symbolises mass organisation on a scale that has been forming for decades. The decentralised protest alliance begins to build extensive networks between various indigenous and adjacent groups in South America, many of whom share state-critical or revolutionary elements on top of sentiments for radical change in the social, economic and political strata. The Second Tide has begun.

Even in the arena of sports, political issues still play a major role. The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing were considered by many onlookers as an unmitigated disaster, as the War in Myanmar has created deep animosity for the PRC by American competitors. Most notably, an American Olympian was ejected for attempting to talk about the Uyghur genocide. This did have a silver lining, however, as with the NHL’s return to the Olympics, and the ejection of several high-profile American and Canadian hockey players, such as defenseman Adam Fox, Czechia was able to claim an upset victory and win gold in Ice Hockey.

Western animosity towards the Chinese government continues is inflamed even further with rumours of illegal human experimentation by the CCP in Xinjiang seeping into Internet message boards. Beijing vehemently denies these claims, however some politicians in the West view these conspiracy theories as hidden truths, and actively campaign for their governments to condemn and investigate the abhorrent acts, if they are even true to begin with.

The Istanbul Canal project is completed in Turkey. Linking the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, its original purpose of alleviating the stresses placed on existing waterways by the sheer volume of ships passing through the Bosphorus daily is well met, and a notable amount of these ships in the new canal hail from Russia.

Finally, a concerning note for the trajectory of the planet: Climatologists now suggest that earlier reports on climate change may have been more conservative than what is realistic. New data puts 2 degrees Celsius above pre-anthropocene levels as being unavoidable without the immediate restructuring of the global industrial complex. Several reactionary movements have begun using this data to indicate that the Earth cannot sustain the current population, leading to a rise in Eco-Fascist movements.


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Flag of Greece.png Hellenic Republic Flag of Greece.png

  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic
    • Head of State: Katerina Sakellaropoulou
    • Boulle of the Hellenes:
      • Ruling Party / Coalition: Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA), in coalition with the Communist Party of Greece (KKE)
        • Head of State (Prime Minister): John Milios
      • Main Opposition Party / Coalition: New Democracy
        • Head of Opposition: Kyriakos Mitsotakis
    • 2023 Greek Legislative Election: The 2023 Greek Legislative Election was held on February 4th, 2023. SYRIZA was expected to make large gains before the election; however, the ousting of Alexis Tspiras as leader of SYRIZA and installment of John Milios near the end of last year, who is generally described to be on the left of SYRIZA, complicated things immensely. The important issues of the election were the Greek debt crisis, economic stagnation and decline, and the rise of right-wing terrorism. Notable gains include the rise of the far-right Greek Solution Party, and the extreme failure of the New Democracy Party, falling to almost 3rd place.
      • Party Composition Post Election:
        • Increase SYRIZA (152)
        • Decrease New Democracy (49)
        • Increase KKE (47)
        • Increase Greek Solution (34)
        • Decrease Movement for Change (17)
        • Increase Union of Centrists (1)
  • Capital City: Athens, Attica
  • Population: Decrease 10,261,734
    • Largest City: Athens
    • Largest Province: Attica
  • Economy: The economy of the Hellenic Republic is a large market-capitalist economy with a GDP of $206 Billion (USD). The economy’s main economic sectors include tourism, shipping, industrial products, food and tobacco processing, textiles, chemicals, metal products, mining, and petroleum.
    • Economic Growth (USD): Decrease $5 Billion
    • Currency: Euro
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): Decrease $27,870
    • Human Development Index (HDI): Decrease 0.880 (High)
    • National Debt (In Billions USD): Decrease 410.62
    • Budget Deficit / Surplus (In Billions USD): 37.2 Surplus
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: With the election of John Milios, a Marxian economist, to the Prime Ministership, speculation begins to spread as to whether or not the Hellenic Republic will continue in its support for the National Unity Government in Myanmar. Pressured to make a statement as to the situation in Myanmar, John Milios does not disappoint, stating: "We will not support the rise of authoritarianism in the East. China is not a worker's state; it never has been and never will be. What they are is an authoritarian fascist state that masquerades in the clothing of true revolutionaries. They will learn to keep themselves out of the affairs of those who do not wish to associate with them." After this speech, Milios reccomends the upping of Hellenic logistical support to the National Unity Government. This is narrowly struck down, as the Boulle wishes to focus more on domestic matters than that of foreign wars.
    • Colombian Revolution: The Hellenic government announces a position of utmost neutrality towards the situation in Colombia. There are rumblings of quiet support for the FARC, but it is assumed that public support for FARC is being held back for the purpose of appeasing the rest of the Western Bloc. Milios denies this.
    • Chad Conflict: The Hellenic government comes out in support of a ceasefire between the two sides of the conflict in order to combat the Islamic State. John Milios goes on record stating: "The Islamic State is one of the biggest threats to world peace in our modern world. They have no regard for the sanctity of human life or the civil rights that have been fought tirelessly for through sweat and blood by minority populations. We must work with whoever is willing to destroy them." We commit more troops to EUROFOR in Chad, with Greek troops growing exponentially to near 12,000 in the nation, supporting the UFDD in its conflict against Chad.
  • Internal Affairs / Events:
    • Hellenic Debt Crisis:
      • Healthcare Reform: The Hellenic Healthcare system begins undergoing an overhaul under SYRIZA leadership, with cost-saving being the main driving force behind these reforms. State-owned hospitals are increasingly turned over into private worker cooperatives, with some of the largest hospitals within the National Health System being turned over to these cooperatives. Laws are passed, making profitting from these hospitals practically impossible. The Hellenic Hospital Recovery Fund is created to help these recently cooperatized hospitals from failing, providing bailouts for hospitals going under. Overall, this helps reduce government health spending by a large margin, while still allowing Hellenic citizens and nationals the ability to recieve cheap, quality healthcare. This is nearly compounded with the transitioning of the National Health System into a Health Cooperative; however, this does not pass parliament.
      • Tax Bracket Reform: WIP
    • The New Alt-Right: With the collapse of the Golden Dawn party following the Golden Dawn Trials, the alt-right begins to clamour to the more recent Greek Solution Party. While initially swept up in traditional fascist rhetoric, the party has begun to become an extremely odd hybrid of certain socially progressive ideas, environmentalism, and extreme Turkish Xenophobia. This odd hybrid of ideals is streched back to "Hellenic Heritage", emphasizing Hellenic mythology as the basis for their platform. This is combined with a rise in Neo-Hellenism as a religion amongst supporters of this movement. In a speech that gained national notoriety, party leader Kyriakos Velopoulos is quoted as saying: "Our forefathers streched from India to Gibraltar under the guise that one could love a man or a woman. When we gave up that practice, we were beaten down from all sides, stripped of our glory by those inferior to us." This speech was highly celebrated by members of the alt-right in the Hellenic Republic, and supported by Liberals.
    • Corruption Crackdown: The mass corruption within the Hellenic system continues to be uprooted. The Committee on the Elimination of Corruption (EED) is formed, with the sole task of finding government officials guilty of certain crimes such as embezzlement. The EED finds a lead on a major embezzlement ring and, under the authority of John Milios, is tasked with investigating this potential lead, stating "We've got loans to pay, even if it's only a single Euro, we need it."
    • Rise in LGBTQIA+ Acceptance: Following the horrific events of last year, it has become paramount within the Milios ministership to guarantee official rights for all citizens of the LGBTQIA+ movements. The Milios ministership passes a law guaranteeing the right to marriage for all, regardless of the gender of the two individuals in question. It is found out that the vast majority of the country is in favor of this law, though other laws which pass or are proposed tend to be much less well recieved, such as an intersex rights bill which would have banned the practice of gender conformity surgery at birth. Overall though, LGBTQIA+ acceptance has soared following the horrendous events of last year, as it opened up the eyes of many in the Hellenic Republic.

Brazil.png Federative Republic of Brazil Brazil.png

  • Government: Jair Bolsonaro wins re-election and conservative forces take control of the Government entirely, as a result of the 2022 Elections. Bolsonaro announces he will not run for re-election in 2026.
  • Capital: Remains in Brasilia
  • Population: The beginning of the Brazilian Baby Boom begins as developed portions of Brazil begins to reproduce on a mass scale. 3 million babies are born and 2 million people immigrate to Brazil, for a population of 225 Million People.
  • Economy: The Brazilian economy begins to boom in the post-COVID world. Brazil's GDP rises to 2 million for the first time since 2014.
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Brazil begins a peacekeeping mission in Venezuela. We give a ultimatum to Venezuela: either allow Brazilian peacekeeping forces to enter and Brazilian diplomats to enter the country to rebuild the nation or allow for an invasion by the Brazilian military in order to protect ourselves from a failed state on our northern border.
    • The Brazilian government comes out in support of the comes out in support of the UFDD
    • Brazil offers to take in 2 million refugees from the conflicts in Syria, Chad and Myanmar.
    • The Brazilian government begins support of pro-democracy groups in Myanmar, mostly with financial backing.
    • President Jair Bolsonaro invites Mercosur nations to a conference in Porto Alegre to create the South American Board of Medicine to prepare for future pandemics and to improve quality of life across Mercosur.
    • Brazil submits a bid to be on the World Security Council
    • In a historic vote, the Brazilian legislature places an embargo on China and suspends all trade with China, and recognizes the Republic of China as the legitimate Government of the island of Taiwan, effectively instituting a two-China policy. This effectively destroys 4% of China's imports and sends shockwaves through the global economy. Initially, the Brazilian economy takes an economic dip however a global movement to Buy Brazilian begins after Brazil's newfound popularity in standing up to China. Brazil also threatens to leave BRICS if China does not end human rights abuses. The withdrawal of diplomats is also threatened. (If mods allow) Other countries follow.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Mass budget reform results in a plan to pay off the nation debt by the end of the decade with 300 Billion dollar payments over 7 years.
    • The State of Sao Paulo announces that they will be carbon-neutral by 2030, and that infrastructure will be put in place to do that by 2025.
    • The Brazilian Government offers a deal to build a hyperloop in Brazil with Elon Musk's Tesla
    • The Brazilian Space Agency begins a program to put Brazilians on the moon by 2032, and offers a deal to SpaceX.
    • Battle of Espirito Santo begins between the Federal Government and various gains, in which key gain leaders are killed and drug smuggling rings are broken up. Thousands are jailed.
    • The Brazil for Tomorrow (BPA) Party is founded, with an obscure mayor, Pedro Valle, as its leader. He takes office in this year, with his and two others being the only seats in the government.
  • Mod Responses:
    • Flag of Venezuela (Starlight).png Venezuelan Interim Administration: We refuse Brazilian demands for our unilateral occupation. For lack of a better term, ‘Vete de Aqui’. Bowing to you is akin to bowing to a snake.
    • Kuro: Hi. So a series of problems with your turn:
      • For one, I'm not fully sure why you think Venezuela will become a failed state but go ahead with your invasion I guess?
      • Second: however you're going to raise 300 billion dollars a year to pay off government bonds instead of just cancelling the civilian debt is beyond me. Why you even want to do it, when the Brazilian government debt isn't even its most major problem, is further beyond me.
      • 'Battle of Espirito Santo'. No. The gangs can't be broken up with a single battle. They literally run parallel societies providing essential services the Brazilian government has failed to do for decades and run huge, consequential sections of Brazilian society.
      • How on earth does the State of Sao Paulo exactly want to achieve carbon neutrality?
      • People aren't going to suddenly buy Brazilian because of a move against China. Demand and supply literally does not work that way, even by neoconservative standards.
      • 11 million babies. To put that into perspective, there is no record of this ever occuring in human history, not even in the most densely-populated regions in the world. Strike it.
    • Oh. And by the way, implausibility strike for all of this combined.

Flag of Australia-0.png Commonwealth of Australia

  • Government: Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
    • Monarch: Elizabeth II
    • Prime Minister: Anthony Albanese (Labor)
    • Governor General: Linda Dessau
    • Deputy Prime Minister: Richard Marles
    • Parliament of Australia:
      • President of the Senate: Penny Wong (Labor)
      • Speaker of the House of Representatives: Tony Burke (Labor)
      • Current composition:
        • Labor: 78
        • Liberal/National Coalition: 66
        • Greens: 2
        • Katter's Australia: 1
      • Most recent election: 2022 Australian federal election (Onwards)
  • Capital City: Canberra
  • Population: 26,871,880
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Largest Cities:
        • 1. Increase Melbourne (5.5M)
        • 2. Decrease Sydney (5.3M)
        • 3. Brisbane (2.6M)
        • 4. Perth (2.2M)
        • 5. Adelaide (1.3M)
        • 6. Gold Coast-Tweed Heads (778k)
        • 7. Newcastle-Maitland (546k)
        • 8. Canberra-Queanbeyan (499k)
        • 9. Sunshine Coast (384k)
        • 10. Central Coast (356k)
      • Provinces and Territories:
        • 1. New South Wales (8.9M)
        • 2. Victoria (7.5M)
        • 3. Queensland (5.7M)
        • 4. Western Australia (2.8M)
        • 5. South Australia (1.8M)
        • 6. Tasmania (574k)
        • 7. Australian Capital Territory (467k)
        • 8. Northern Territory (265k)
  • Economy: Australia has a highly developed mixed economy. As of 2023, the GDP of Australia is 1.48 trillion USD. It's main exports are Iron Ore, Coal, Natural Gas, Gold, Aluminum, Crude Petroleum, Cooper and Meat.
    • Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
    • GDP per Capita (PPP in USD): $56,048
    • Human Development Index: 0.948
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar and Chad Civil War: Prime Minister Albanese aswell as the Labor parliament have signed a bill to start the lessening of troops being sent in support for the NUG and UFDD. Full troop withdrawal is expected by 2027. However, funding for supplies and physical supplies will grow in that same time period.
    • Donbass, Afghanistan and Columbia: Prime Minister Albanese has remained weirdly mute on the issue.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Formation of the "Ecological Front" party: After the widespread rise of Eco-Fascist parties worldwide, in May the Ecological Front party gained notability and traction in cities across Australia. Political pundits considered them a possible spoiler of the Labor party in the 2025 general election, while mainly taking away Green support. They are currently polling at around 7% for 2025. The extreme nature of this party would lead to:
    • July 2023 Perth Riots: From July 3-July 12, Perth would face a series of riots from Eco-Facists that would claim the lives of 23 victims, the youngest of which were 10. Protests had occurred from as far back as May 29, and riots in rare occasions as far back as June 19, but they were nothing compared to this. On July 9, the city went into lockdown and an unofficial martial law was declared. Prime Minister Albanese condemned the rioters and sent some military officers to stop the chaos.

Flag of China.png People's Republic of China:

  • Government: Unitary Marxist-Leninist one-party socialist republic
    • President: Xi Jinping
    • Premier: Li Keqiang
  • Capital City: Beijing
  • Population: Increase 1,452,127,674
  • Economy: China has been one of the world's largest economies for centuries, with various periods of prosperity and decline. It would seem that China is more of the former at this point in time, competing and soon overtaking the United States. It boasts a diverse and robust manufacturing sector, which accounts for a great deal of its exports in industries such as metals, textiles, electronics, armaments, and vehicles. It remains the largest recipient of direct foreign investment, and home to the highest number of tech start-ups. As the world's fastest-growing consumer market, its integration into the global economy has ensured that the demands of the citizens are very well supplied by domestic and imported goods.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $29.57 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $20,363
    • Human Development Index: Steady 0.763
      • Due to recent events, the economy took a minor wobble, but stabilized by the end of the year.

Wars and Conflicts:

  • Conflict in Myanmar: Beijing pledges support to Tatmadaw in order to restore security and order in a period of chaos. Firearms, ammunition, artillery pieces, rocket launchers, and relevant equipment are routed via air supply to bolster the Myanmar Army. A division of the PLA is routed to Yunnan in preparation for spillovers from the conflict into the region. Limited air support is also provided in the form of sorties and reconnaissance missions, however direct engagement is avoided at this point in time.
    • Border skirmishes between the PLA in Yunnan and ethnic armed organizations affiliated with the NGU have been recorded, however the moves made by the former is limited to the internationally recognized border. To reiterate, the PLA is not operating within Myanmar.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Five-Year Plan No. 14: Goals are drafted and finalized in the 14th Five-Year Plan to modernize China in several fields and industries, including but not limited to; becoming a "moderately developed" economy by 2035 via tripling the per capita GDP, peaceful development of relations with the rouge province of Taiwan, carbon neutrality by 2060, integration of AI into the workforce, transition of half of all Chinese vehicles to electric or hybrid systems by 2035, among others.
    • China Brain Artificial Intelligence Project: Development of AI via the China Brain Project will proceed as planned. Cross-disciplinary study on neural networks, biological and artificial, is emphasized and occasionally outsourced to Xinjiang re-education facilities.
      • A public relations campaign is approved to deal with rumors regarding illegal human experimentation in the China Brain Project.
      • Research for rudimentary BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) technology enters testing phase on volunteers, most of whom are Uyghurs who signed the relevant consent forms.
    • Annual Strait Sorties: The annual tradition of flying sorties across the Taiwanese Strait into the airspace of our province there is continued without incident nor casualty.
    • South American Strategy: With the rather disappointing decision by Brazil to shoot itself in the foot by suspending all trade with its biggest buyer, Beijing has decided to look to other South American states to reinforce our foothold in the region, particularly Argentina due to their supply of raw materials and agricultural produce. Subsequently, all trade with Brazil has been suspended until further notice.
      • In a press release, President Xi Jinping states that, "It is regrettable to see the actions taken by the Brazilian government against China, who has stood by Brazil many times in its history. In the interest of long term partnership with our Brazilian comrades, we intend to lift our restrictions on trade, as soon as the Brazilian government reverses these ill-advised actions".
    • Chinese Lunar Exploration Program: The Chang'e 6 and Chang'e 7 missions are carried out this year, landing, exploring, and surveying regions near and at the lunar south pole. The Chang'e 8 mission is currently under preparation for verification of the viability of a lunar science base in the future, with a predicted launch window in 2027.
    • Hydroelectric Restoration Program: Renovation and upgrades are carried out at a number of aging hydroelectric dams, with specific focus on dams along major (and typically populated) rivers. These developments are expected to increase the efficiency of the hydroelectric power stations, as well as reinforce existing structures to guard against storm surges and torrential anomalies.
    • Artificial Sun Project: Funding and research into the EAST (Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak) fusion device continues, and with new advancements in engineering, nuclear theory, and particle physics, we expect the EAST to be fully self-sustaining by 2030, although it is possible that self-sustaining fusion is achieved before then.
  • Diplomacy:
    • India: Diplomats are dispatched to New Delhi to discuss and potentially formalize a free trade agreement with the Republic of India, in the interest of strengthening diplomatic and economic ties.
      • Indian Response: Prime Minister Modi accepts the offer from China, despite massive backlash from the Indian opposition and population, who claim that Modi serves the interests of Beijing more than the people of India.
    • Iran: We approach Tehran with an offer to provide COVID-19 vaccines at a discount in exchange for favorable deals with regards to raw material production in Iran.
      • Iranian response: While we greatly appreciate China’s offer, we will have to decline. However we propose a similar deal for Chinese-made military equipment, in particular Chinese aircraft.
        • Chinese Diplomacy: Very well, we will agree to this deal.
    • Popular Democracy of Venezuela: Congratulations on establishing a new regime. Would the new government be amicable to a few trade deals?
      • Venezuelan Response: We graciously accept.

Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Leni Robredo
    • Vice President: Chel Diokno
  • Capital City: Manila
  • Population: Decrease 105,998,204
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits. The Philippines has taken a large hit for the past 2 years due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, however, gradual recovery has been seen since the Q3 of 2022.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.1 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $12,711
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.748
  • Wars and Conflicts
    • Conflict in Myanmar: Manila pledges minor support to the National Unity Government.
  • Internal Affairs
    • 2022 Philippine presidential election: The 2022 presidential elections takes place, as majority of the Philippine public votes between the PDP-Laban Party and the Left-Wing coalition of the Philippines. Leni Robredo wins against Manny Pacquiao by a landslide, with factors affecting these results including the Duterte administration's poor response to the pandemic that led to thousands of casualties and a widespread economic recession, and rampant issues related to human rights, extra-judicial killings and red-tagging.
    • COVID-19 Pandemic: After more than 2 years, most of the Philippines has finally eradicated community transmission of COVID-19. As of May 2022, All community quarantines have been lifted, with the exception of the northern half of Metro Manila and Bulacan province, which remain under MGCQ. However, 24 cases, 21 of which were community transmission, were once again reported on Samal Island in Mindanao on early August, resulting in a total lockdown of the island with regular ferry services being suspended with the exception of essential travel.
    • Culture, Health, Science, and Technology:
      • Build Build Build: The Robredo administration continues the Build Build Build program, previously established by the Duterte administration. Ongoing projects will continue construction, while new projects have been introduced, including the National Urban Renewal Program, that will retrofit thousands of buildings across the Philippines from natural calamities, and replace all major slum areas and poor neighborhoods into affordable public housing complexes that will accommodate lower-income Filipinos and the homeless. The administration also promises to decrease dependence on cars by providing more low-cost commuting options and making cities friendlier to pedestrians and cyclists.
      • Philippine Rise: The Philippines ramps up its investment in research of science and technology, with the Department of Science and Technology collaborating with universities and foreign entities for various agendas including, but not limited to: upgrading internet and telecommunications, expansion of rail transportation, recycling technologies, and further ventures into space technology.
      • Civil Rights: The LGBTQIA+ community of the Philippines takes another victory as same-sex marriage, recognition of same-sex couples, changing of legal gender, and joint adoption by same-sex couples have been legalized. Conversion therapies have also been banned nationwide. The government also backs all campaigns to fight discrimination against the community.
  • Diplomacy
    • South Korea: Philippine diplomats are sent to South Korea, with the interest of strengthening diplomatic ties and collaborating on research and economic projects that are proposed in the near-future.
      • South Korean Response: South Korea accepts this proposal.
    • Palau: The Philippines is interested in strengthening diplomatic and cultural relations with Palau, re-opening all of its diplomatic missions that were closed during the previous decade, and assisting Palau with efforts to upgrade the island's infrastructure, and open the door for more Palau citizens to pursue higher education and job opportunities in the Philippines.
      • Palauan Response: We graciously accept this offer from out neighbors to the west, and hope that our two countries can come to a fruitful relationship for many years to come.

Flag of Russia.svg Russian Federation Flag of Russia.svg

  • Government: Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic
    • Head of State(President): Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
    • Prime Minister: Mikhail Mishustin
    • Speaker of the Federation Council: Valentina Matviyenko
    • Speaker of the State Duma: Vyacheslav Volodin
    • Chief Justice: Vyacheslav Lebedev
    • Ruling Party: United Russia
    • State Duma:
      • Chairman: United Russia under Vyacheslav Volodin
      • Current Composition:
        • United Russia: 335
        • Communist Party:42
        • Liberal Democratic Party of Russia(LDPR):40
        • A Just Russia-Patriots for Truth:23
        • Rodina:1
        • Civic Platform:1
        • Vacant seats:8
  • Population: 145,300,000
    • Capital and Largest City: Moscow
  • Economy: Russia has a mixed and transition economy, with enormous natural resources, particularly oil and natural gas. It has the world's eleventh-largest economy by nominal GDP and the sixth-largest by PPP. Oil, natural gas, metals, and timber account for more than 80% of Russian exports abroad. In 2016, the oil-and-gas sector accounted for 36% of federal budget revenues.
    • Currency: Ruble
    • GDP: $4.328 trillion
    • GDP per capita: $29,485
    • HDI: 0.824 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts
    • Ukrainian War Crimes: Russian President Vladimir Putin called an impromptu conference and stated that the horrible massacre of our 42 soldiers is “a blatant act of violence, atrocity and an act of war put upon us and our brethren in Donbass. They have brought this upon themselves. History will know who pulled the first trigger”. Immediately afterwards, the 80,000 soldiers in the eastern border of Ukraine and 30,000 soldiers in Crimea in a 2 pronged attack along with 500 Russian tanks, 2,400 armoured combat vehicles, 130 multiple launch rocket systems and 600 artillery systems already mobilised and ready to go with reinforcements pouring in later. The Air force consisting of Sukhoi Su-35S and Sukhoi Su-34 jets, Tupolev Tu-160 bombers and Antonov An-22 for transportation of troops. The use of nukes is strictly prohibited as Russia doesn’t want to end civilization as we know it.
      • General Oleg Salyukov(Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armed Forces): General Oleg will be in charge of the armed incursion into the Donbass region. He will provide support to the separatists there while resupplying them with necessary aid, ammo and weapons, while simultaneously pushing back the Ukrainian invaders and capturing key points in the Donbass region that were taken by Ukraine. He will be leading the charge in pushing back the Ukrainians from Donbass
      • Colonel General Aleksandr Dvornikov(In charge of the Crimean Incursion): He will be in charge of the Crimean Incursion, his main duty is to basically give support the main force by encircling the Ukrainians and forcing them to retreat, the encirclement tactics will be incomplete without Aleksandr.
      • Lieutenant General Sergey Dronov(Deputy Commander in chief for the Russian Air Force): General Sergey Dronov will be in charge of the Air Force that will be aiding the armed forces in bombing key military installations, military bases, and fortifications to aid the Armed Forces and the Separatists in capturing key locations and advancing easily.[Top Secret] They will also be essential in deploying paratroopers deep behind enemy lines for assassination, sabotage and for spying purposes[End Secret]
      • [Top Secret] Special Forces Group(Spetsnaz): The Elite Spetsnaz divisions will also be taking part in special operations. The 2nd Independent Spetsnaz Brigade and the 16th Independent Spetsnaz Brigade will be aiding the ground forces in Donbass and Crimea respectively and will also be instrumental in collecting intel and also participating in missions that are considered "too dangerous". The 45th Independent Guards Spetsnaz Regiment which is the airborne spetsnaz division, will take part in special ops behind enemy lines.[Top Secret]
    • Myanmar Civil War: Moscow sends another division to help the Tatmadaw in pushing back the insurgents from key strongholds. The instability in Myanmar needs to be stopped and we will all that we can to restore it.
  • Internal Affairs and Events
    • State of Emergency: Due to the war in Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin has put Russia in a state of emergency, calling for the people's support during these tough times and to strengthen their resolve against Ukraine, who massacred Russians without any remorse or sympathy. The news, which is already state run, will only air the horrible massacre of the Russian Martyrs and will "motivate" the people to and A mandatory curfew has been put in place, stating that the Ukrainians may already have put spies in to destabilize the country.[Top Secret] A secret police force is being trained and will be active by this year. It will be similar to the Okhrana in terms of capturing dissidents and protestors and opponents against Putin’s orders. They will be put into place this year.[End Secret]. There are still protests against the sudden implementation of this by Putin and also due to the fact that Navalny is still in prison. Putin condemned the protests by saying that," in the midst of a patriotic war against Ukraine, these protestors try to destabilize our patriotism, sparking false allegations and turning us against each other. They need to be met with force and then only shall our country be stable again." Hearing this, a wave of patriotic pro-Putin support rushes in to fight the anti-Putin protests. It turned into a full on battle as they fought on the streets. The Police intervened……… And focused most of the beatdown on the anti-Putin mob. In the end, the anti-Putin mob were either arrested, injured, or dead. They also arrest a few pro-Putin protestors but most go unscathed.
    • Increasing the Population: As Russia’s Population growth is in the negative and as Population is gradually decreasing, a set of methods are going to be implemented to combat this decline of the population. The methods which are going to be implemented are as follows.
      • Decreasing the Death Rate: The first thing that is done is to find out the main reasons why the Russian populace are dying off so fast. The main causes for this are circulatory diseases and neoplasm. To combat this, medical institutions will receive a progressively increasing budget to improve their practices and to improve the infrastructure needed to treat patients effectively, so as to put a stop to the declining population. Strangely, accidental alcohol poisoning deaths were few and far in between.
      • Spreading awareness about the lowering population: A lot of Russians are unaware of the trend that is the declining population that is currently going on in Russia right now. To increase their awareness about this silent killer, programmes and campaigns are conducted.
      • Rewards for families with more than 1 child: Rewards and benefits will be provided for families with more than 1 child. The children will receive free education and the parents will have social benefits for themselves.
  • Diplomacy
    • China: [Secret] China’s help would be important to Russia, if the improbable situation in which the western countries do try to intervene in the war does happen [End Secret].
      • Chinese Clandestine Diplomacy: [Secret] Assuming this is regarding the Myanmar Civil War, we are inclined to agree with a strategy of intervention should the West stick their hands in too far. We already have divisions positioned at the Sino-Burmese border to handle spillovers, so an intervention isn't completely out of the question with current arrangements. [End Secret]
    • Iran: We would like to strengthen our alliance with Iran. Iranian protection is absolutely necessary if the Middle East wants to continue it’s struggling stability.
      • Iranian Response: We welcome a strengthening of this alliance. We hope that with Russian help, we may be able to bring peace and stability to this troubled region.
    • Germany: We hope the gas pipeline deal is still on the table, despite the US wanting to pressure you into calling it off. The stability of both countries rely on this deal coming through. Pulling out may have dire consequences for all parties involved.

WIP


Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Ali Khamenei
    • President: Ebrahim Raisi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 86,664,470
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy: With the end of the covid-19 pandemic in sight our economy is beginning to return to a state of normality, with increased trade to China meaning an increase to GDP growth.
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $735,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $21,500
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.785 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War: With our air wings now stationed in Yunnan, we aim to support the Tatmadaw through air support and aerial attacks on NUG positions, however, recognising that we have other commitments closer to home, and trusting that the Tatmadaw’s other allies will be able to support them we have decided to cease supplying them with Iranian weapons.
    • War in Afghanistan: With the escalation of the War in Afghanistan to new heights, we are fully committing to our efforts helping the Afghan government. Our forces in Afghanistan are increased to 60,000 troops, and we begin a campaign of bombing Taliban positions in Afghanistan. We aim to occupy a large section of southwestern Afghanistan by launching an offensive around Kandahar with 3 divisions, aiming to push south and west through to the Pakistani border. However we can see that military might alone will not see the end of this war, and so we also begin distributing anti-taliban propaganda as far across Afghanistan as we can, through pamphlets or online, blaming the Taliban for the ongoing war, calling for Taliban soldiers to lay down their arms and calling for resistance against the Taliban in Taliban-occupied areas. A short film showing Taliban prisoners of war being kept in pleasant conditions, reading, playing cricket and being fed hearty meals is produced and released online in the hopes of convincing some Taliban soldiers to surrender. [Secret] We have set the ministry of intelligence the task of locating Hibatullah Akhundzada, and if he is successfully located there is an Iranian special forces unit waiting to move in on his location to capture or kill him [End Secret].
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Covid-19: Due to being able to secure a steady supply of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, we have been abke to make great progress in our efforts to eradicate covid-19 in Iran. The vast majority of Iranian citizens have been vaccinated, withe the virus essentially eradicated in all metropolitan areas. However the virus persists in our more rural areas where vaccinations have been less widespread so it appears we will not be completely rid of the virus until 2024.
    • Replacement of the Rial: The Rial has successfully been phased out, on schedule, with the Toman now our official currency.
    • Nuclear Research & Power: We currently expect the Darkhovin Nuclear Power Plant to be completed in 2024. [Secret] We seek to increase our capability to enrich uranium by increasing both the number and quality of our centrifuges. It is our intent to be capable of enriching uranium to 85% purity by 2026 [End Secret].
    • Iranian Treasure Initiative: We are making good progress on our efforts to develop the Eram gas field, and we expect to start producing gas in 2024. Our two other ITI projects should be completed in 2028. As a uranium mine in Hormozgan Province and a chromium mine in Fars Province have been green lit, we have decided to extend ITI until 2031.
    • Iranian Space Program: The budget of the Iranian Space Agency is being increased to $6 billion for 2024. The ISA’s first objective with this increased budget is to get the Toloo and Sharif satellites into orbit by 2027, and further down the road, to have an Iranian in space by 2030.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Sudan and Libya: We offer the Sudanese and Libyan governments Iranian firearms, munitions and vehicles, in order to combat the expansion of ISIS into their territory.
      • Sudanese Response: We wholeheartedly accept Iranian munitions in order to combat the menace that is the Islamic State.
      • Libyan Response: We wholeheartedly accept Iranian munitions in order to combat the menace that is the Islamic State.
    • League for the Prosperity of the Middle East: We propose an international league to encourage economic and military cooperation between the nations of the Middle East, in the interest of future peace and prosperity. Members of the league will receive support in time of hardship, and cooperation between members of the league, be it trade, strengthening diplomatic ties or military cooperation will be encouraged. It will also mean the creation of a single market and production base allowing for the free flow of goods, services, capital, investment and skilled labour. Invitations to join the League for the Prosperity of the Middle East (LPME) are extended to Iraq, Afghanistan, Armenia, Yemen, Oman, Kuwait, Syria, Qatar, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
      • Mod Response: Afghanistan, Syria, Qatar, Egypt and Oman agree to become founding members of the League for the Prosperity of the Middle East, while all other countries respectfully decline. Although the Saudi-aligned Yemeni government declines membership, the Houthis offer their own bid to the Iranian government to join the LPME.

Flag of Spain.png Kingdom of Spain


Information (before turn):

  • King: Felipe VI, Since 2014
  • Prime Minister: Pablo Cassado
  • Capital: Madrid
  • Population: 47. 43 Million
  • Economy: The economy of Spain is mainly built off manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceuticals, textiles and apparel, footwear, chemicals, and a booming tourism industry, and slowly economy is being built off weapon manufacturing (nuclear weapons, guns, etc.)
  • GDP per Capita: 32, 657 USD (2021)


Turn II:

  • Government: Prime Minister Cassado signs a bill, limiting LGBTQ+ Rights, in favor of religious-right bills, saying "Progress is dangerous to chase after, when Jesus Christ is showing that is not what he wants."
  • Government: Pro-Communist and Pro-Atheism Activist Julian Rojas forms the Democratic People's Party, a far-left communist party, formed to oppose the movement of Prime Minister Cassado's right-wing policies.
  • Population: Growth of 1.3% a growth of .8% in 2021.
  • Economy: Fall of 2.3%
  • Wars and Conflicts: Supporters of Julian Rojas attack the capitol building, attempting to overthrow Prime Minister Cassado, 7 police officers and security guards died in the attack, Rojas denies inciting the riot, but Prime Minister Cassado says otherwise.
  • Internal Affairs: In a close vote, parliament decides not to force the Democratic People's Party to fold, citing freedom of speech as their main reasons.
  • Internal Affairs: Prime Minister Cassado is very unpopular with the Spanish People, with a majority of them now supporting Rojas, Cassado demands for peace and unity, and says that the riots will not intimidate him to step down.
  • Internal Affairs: Rojas criticizes GESCO calling it unnecessary and that Spain should isolate themselves from foreign policies with capitalist countries, and instead build relations with countries like North Korea and China.

Flag of France.png French Republic:

  • General Information: This section will not be included in future turns unless significant changes occur (ie. change of government, effects of migration on ethnic breakdown, etc.).
    • Government: Unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic
      • President: Emmanuel Macron. The President of France shares executive power with the Prime Minister. Nonetheless, he is significantly more powerful than most other European presidents, having control over the armed forces, foreign policy and national security. Having achieved re-election in 2022 with a 1% margin over Marine Le Pen, his party's diminished majority in the National Assembly has meant the many ambitions of Macron have been tamed.
      • Prime Minister: Jean Castex. The Prime Minister is appointed by the President from among the members of the National Assembly. He is responsible for nominating government ministers and directs the day-to-day affairs of the government. In line with the age old tradition of the French people, he is wildly unpopular, but no more unpopular than any other candidate for PM.
      • Legislature: The French Parliament consists of the Senate (upper house) and the National Assembly (lower house).
    • Capital City: Paris
    • Population: Increase 68,003,000
    • Economy:
      • GDP (nominal): $3.242 trillion USD
      • GDP (PPP): $3.732 trillion USD
      • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $54,879 USD
      • Human Development Index: 0.904

Flag of Morocco.png Kingdom of Morocco

  • Government: Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
    • King: Mohammed VI
    • Prime Minister: Saadeddine Othmani
    • Parliament of Morocco: The parliament of Morocco is bicameral and consists of the Assembly of Councillors, the upper house; and the House of Representatives, the lower house. The centre-left government coalition holds the majority within the House of Representatives but forms the minority in the Assembly of Councillors. In total, there are 595 members of the Moroccan parliament.
  • Capital: Rabat
  • Population: 38,512,00
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Casablanca: 3.4 mil
      • Fez: 1.2 mil
      • Tangier: 960k
      • Marrakesh: 930k
      • Salé: 890k
      • Meknes: 640k
  • Economy: The Moroccan economy is considered to be developing/emerging and is relatively liberal. Currently, it is one of the largest within Africa. The major resources of the Moroccan economy are agriculture, phosphates, and tourism. In addition, fishing and textiles are also large contributors. Morocco suffers from structural unemployment and a large external debt. As such, remittances from abroad are sizable parts of the income of many Moroccan families.
    • GDP (PPP): $328.651 billion
    • HDI: 0.676
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Western Sahara Conflict: The Moroccan military, oddly enough, does little in 2022 in the Western Sahara. It simply attempts to capture the thin strip of frontier land between Morocco and Mauritania. However, it should be noted that there is severe crackdown on pro-Sahrawi protests within Moroccan territory, which the government does its best to hide by harassing and imprisoning journalists on fabricated charges.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Growing Unrest: Civil unrest in Morocco grows following continued rampant censorship within Morocco. In particular, the film Moroccan Big Chungus vs. Algerian Big Chungus (Arabic: Al-Chongus Kabir Al-Maghibri vs. Al-Chongus Kabir Al-Jazairi) was deemed “inappropriate for Moroccan audiences” and banned following its first and only screening. Though it sets itself up as a jingoist thriller which takes itself incredibly unseriously, the film delves deep into anti-establishment and philosophical themes, suggesting at the very end that the true enemy of Morocco should not be its neighbors, but rather European powers such as France, standing in contrast to the current Francophile government. Though not allowed to be shown in movie theatres, Moroccan Big Chungus vs. Algerian Big Chungus quickly circulated in underground platforms, becoming incredibly popular, stirring up further anti-government sentiments amongst the Moroccan populace. Furthermore, light has begun to be shed upon the judicial harassment of journalists, especially those reporting the ongoing Western Sahara Conflict, igniting even more protests and provoking harsh government response. Figures on both the political left and right have begun to speak out against the sitting government, ultimately resulting in the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) lurching to the economic left and the social right, two political demographics which had been steadily growing for the past few years in response to rampant unemployment and the banning of the Niqab.
    • Rise of Renewables: Petroleum prices in Morocco are astoundingly high due to the poor relations it has with its neighbor, Algeria. This prompts the stubborn Moroccan government to heavily invest in renewable energy, constructing great solar farms in the heavily solarized regions of southern Morocco, many of which are expected to finish construction by 2024 or 2025. This policy is not the most popular though, as the regions these solar farms are built in are claimed by Polisario and are essentially still occupied by the Moroccan military.
  • Diplomacy
    • None.

Flag of Djibouti.svgRepublic of DjiboutiFlag of Djibouti.svg

  • Government: Djibouti is a unitary presidential republic. It has been dominated by the People’s Rally for Progress (RPP) since independence, making it functionally a one-party state, despite opposition parties being allowed.
    • President (Head of State): Ismail Omar Guelleh (UMP-RPP, r. 1999-)
    • National Assembly of Djibouti: The National Assembly of Djibouti is the unicameral Djiboutian legislature. It is composed of 65 representatives, elected in multi-member constituencies coterminous with region boundaries. At least 25% (17) of these representatives are reserved by law for women. The party who receives a majority of votes in each constituency gains 80% of the seats in that constituency, with the remaining 20% divided amongst losing parties. This system of semi-proportional representation has been criticized by the Djiboutian opposition as created to perpetuate the rule of the RPP.
      • 9th National Assembly of Djibouti (2023-2028)
        • Last Election: 2023 Djiboutian parliamentary elections
      • Ruling Coalition: The Union for the Presidential Majority (UMP), holding 55 out of 65 seats, has been the ruling coalition of Djibouti since 2003. Consisting of the People’s Rally for Progress (RPP), the Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy (FRUD), the National Democratic Party (PND), the Social Democratic People’s Party (PSD), and the Union of Reform Partisans (UPR), the UMP is ideologically center-left to left-wing. The RPP holds a significant amount of power in the UMP, holding 40 seats alone.
        • Prime Minister (Head of Government): Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed (UMP-RPP, r. 2013-)
      • Opposition Coalition: The Union for National Salvation (USN), holding 9 out of 65 seats, is a coalition of 6 parties that oppose the ruling government. Spanning the entire political spectrum, from the leftist Republican Alliance for Democracy (RAD), to the conservative Movement for Democratic Renewal and Development (MRDD), these parties are united in their stand against the dictatorial practices of the ruling RPP, all calling for the full democratization of Djibouti.
        • Head of Opposition: Abdillahi Hamariteha (USN-MRDD)
      • Other Parties: The Centre of Unified Democrats (CDU) is a centrist political party that holds 1 seat in the National Assembly.
  • Capital City: Djibouti City
  • Population: Increase 1,049,898 (2023 estimate)
    • Regions:
      • Djibouti City: 603,907
      • Tadjoura: 121,411
      • Dikhil: 105,421
      • Ali Sabieh: 96,537
      • Arta: 72,225
      • Obock: 50,397
    • Largest Cities:
      • Djibouti City: 603,907
      • Ali Sabieh: 37,939
      • Dikhil: 24,886
      • Tadjoura: 14,820
      • Arta: 13,260
    • Ethnicities:
      • Somali: 60%
      • Afar: 35%
      • Other (mostly Arab and European): 5%
    • Religion:
      • Muslim: 94%
        • Sunni Muslim: 87%
        • Shia Muslim: 2%
        • Non-denominational: 8%
        • Other Muslim: 3%
      • Other (mostly Christian): 6%
  • Economy: Located on the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait, an strategic point on an important shipping route, the Djiboutian economy is based mostly on trade; with the Port of Djibouti handling ships and cargo from all over the world. Djibouti has few natural resources of its own; its main exports being coffee, salt, and agricultural products. However, it sits on massive geothermal deposits, and it’s dry, windy climate lends itself incredibly well to solar and wind power, making this small Horn African country a potential future leader in renewable energy. Djibouti’s currency is remarkably stable for an African nation, but it also has a 42% unemployment rate.
    • Currency: Djiboutian franc
    • GDP (PPP): Increase $3.974 billion
    • GDP per capita (PPP): Increase $3,785
    • Human Development Index (HDI): Increase 0.524 (low)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Conflict in Myanmar: President Guelleh condemns the violence in Myanmar, and expresses his hope for a swift resolution to the conflict. However, he does not explicitly endorse any side.
    • Conflict in Chad: Djibouti laments the full-force entry of the Islamic State to the nation of Chad, and expresses its hopes that the Chadian government and the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development can come to an agreement quickly enough to stem the tide of Islamic extremism threatening to strangle the Sahel.
    • Conflict in Somalia: Djibouti continues to affirm its full support for our brothers in Somalia in their fight against fundamentalist Islamist terror group Al-Shaabab.
    • Conflict in Tigray: The Djiboutian government continues to affirm its full support to our brothers in Ethiopia in their fight against Tigrayan separatist rebels.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • 2023 Parliamentary Elections: As expected, the ruling UMP/RPP continues to hold on to a supermajority in the National Assembly, in elections marked by government-backed voter intimidation and suppression, and widely considered unfair by the Djiboutian opposition and by the international community. However, the opposition USN coalition has managed to snipe 2 seats from the UMP, despite the odds being heavily stacked against opposition parties in Djibouti. Could this be a sign of things to come?
    • COVID-19 Pandemic: The COVID-19 virus is still somewhat prevalent within Djibouti, due to a lack of vaccines, as well as general difficulty in having medical supplies reach the general population, especially in rural areas of Djibouti, which lack hospitals, paved roads, and other infrastructure. However, the Djiboutian government has negotiated a plan for the purchase of vaccines from China and Russia (see Diplomacy).
    • Xoog Dhiso!: The National Infrastructure Bill, popularly known as the Xoog Dhiso Bill (“xoog dhiso” being Somali for “build strong”), passes the National Assembly 49-14-2. It proposes sweeping investments in infrastructure improvements nationwide, with the end goal of giving every Djiboutian access to basic amenities, as well as integrating the heavily socioeconomically disparate urban and rural populations of Djibouti with each other. The Xoog Dhiso Bill also provides a solution, albeit temporary, to the unemployment issue, as public works projects will help create jobs in the meantime, while more permanent industries are being set up for the future.
      • Energy Independence Initiative: The Energy Independence Initiative aims to make Djibouti rely on 100% domestically-produced renewable energy by 2040. With this goal in mind, plans for the construction of geothermal and solar power plants in the north and west of the country have been drafted, and a wind farm in the Goda Mountains, near the town of Airolaf, is also being planned.
      • Transportation and Infrastructure Improvements: A large amount of funds outlined in the National Infrastructure Bill are being set aside for improvements in transportation and general infrastructure nationwide. Existing roads, mostly in rural areas, have begun being paved, and electric, water and power lines are being built in order to connect every settlement in the country to the power and water grid. Some money is also set aside for an expansion of the Port of Djibouti, in order to handle more and bigger ships.
      • Urban Renewal Scheme: Efforts are expended to provide basic amenities, such as electricity and plumbing, to every home in Djibouti. Repairing of badly-maintained roads, water and sewage pipes is also done. Meanwhile, plans are drawn up to reshape Djibouti City into a green, walkable city, powered 100% by renewable energy. Planned to fully take shape by 2040, this scheme aims to transform the historic downtown and several inner-city neighborhoods into dense mixed-use zoning, as well as establish several new parks and green spaces in areas currently occupied by slum housing, with other current slums housing government-subsidized public housing.
      • Rural Integration Scheme: Rural Djibouti suffers from a severe lack of basic infrastructure, with less than 5% of houses outside of urban areas having electricity or plumbing, only around 10% of people outside of Djibouti City being literate, and almost no roads other than main highways being paved. Rural roads have begun the process of paving, and schools and hospitals are being constructed in rural settlements.
    • Open for Business: The lifeblood of the Djiboutian economy is global trade, and foreign investment is a major factor in the future prosperity of Djibouti, virtually necessary for further economic growth. We streamline the process for foreign investors to get a business visa in order to do business in Djibouti, as well as making it easier to start and open a business in the country. This is done by cutting down on informal bureaucratic red tape, caused mainly by government workers and lower-level government officials demanding bribes in order to move a business application further along.
      • Partnership Scheme: In order to keep Djiboutian companies from being outcompeted and subsumed by foreign investors, every foreign corporation looking to invest in Djibouti must find a Djiboutian company to partner with in order to do business in the country. We also make it harder for foreign companies to buy out Djiboutian companies. We also mandate that any company operating in Djibouti must have at least three-quarters of its employees in the country be Djiboutian citizens.
    • School is Cool: In order to further combat illiteracy and give every Djiboutian an education, poorer families are incentivised to enroll their kids in school, with the Djiboutian government offering a tax break to families with kids enrolled in and attending school. Additionally, free lunches are now to be served to all pupils in schools nationwide, and textbooks for primary and middle schools are to be made free, with secondary school textbooks slated to become free by 2028.
    • The Fight Against Female Genital Mutilation: Although technically illegal since 1994, laws against female genital mutilation in Djibouti are rarely enforced, and the practice remains entrenched in the general populace. Starting August 2023, all hospitals, whether state-owned or private, are strictly prohibited from performing FGM surgery, with random checks on medical establishments conducted to make sure this practice is snuffed out completely. Any person found performing FGM is to be given 35-50 years in prison, with anyone found promoting the practice given a 5-10 year sentence. Additionally, a public campaign against FGM is to be started, with billboards and TV ads speaking out against the practice to be unveiled, and the high school curriculum amended to include a unit about the dangers of FGM in health class.
    • National Globalization: The Djiboutian government begins emphasizing the need for Djiboutians to embrace both their cultural and national identity, as well as the identity of “citizens of the world”. In line with this doctrine, French-language signs in government establishments begin to be augmented with English, Somali, and Afar-language signage.
    • Presidential Health Scare: President Ismail Omar Guelleh is reported to have been hospitalized for 2 weeks due to an undisclosed illness. Due to the longtime President of Djibouti’s advanced age, speculation begins to abound on whether this is just a minor bout of illness or a sign of something more… final.
  • Diplomacy:
    • People’s Republic of China: The Djiboutian government offers to lease unused land in the sparsely-populated Obock Region to the Chinese government for use as a Chinese military base, in return for $150 million loan, as well as funding for infrastructure projects and a steady supply of COVID-19 vaccines.
      • Chinese Response: The offer has been well received by Beijing, and has been approved. We look forward to working with Djibouti in the future.
    • Russian Federation: The Djiboutian government offers to lease unused land near the town of Sagallo, in the Tadjoura Region, to the Russian government for use as a Russian military base, in return for a $100 million loan, as well as funding for infrastructure projects and a steady supply of COVID-19 vaccines.
      • Russian Response: Moscow accepts the offer and will be sending the vaccines as well as the money as soon as possible. The Russian government hopes for a stronger alliance between the 2 countries.

Flag of Indonesia.svg Republic of Indonesia:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Joko Widodo
      • Vice-President: Ma'ruf Amin
  • Capital City: Jakarta
  • Population: 270,203,917 (2020 census); 281.84 million (2023 estimate)
    • Largest City: Jakarta
    • Largest Province: West Java
  • Economy: Indonesia has a mixed-market economy. Indonesia's economy is the largest in Southeast Asia and is one of the emerging market economies in the world. As a member of G20, Indonesia is classified as newly industrialized country and an upper-middle income country, with a GDP of US$ 4.101 trillion (PPP), currently 7th largest in the world. Indonesia's main economy sectors include palm oil and rubber industry, mining resources, coal, natural gas and petroleum, other manufacturing industries (mainly textiles, automotive, machinery, cement, fertilizer), and services (from tourism to technology-based startups).
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): US$14,550 (2023)
    • Human Development Index: 0.739 (2022)
  • Wars and Conflicts
    • Myanmar Civil War: Jakarta has reaffirmed its position that Indonesia will stay neutral in the Myanmar conflict, and call out all belligerents to resolve the conflict immediately through diplomatic talks. Foreign Ministry has stated that "Indonesia will try the best in assisting the stabilisation and further democratisation of Myanmar." Indonesian diplomats are conveyed to negotiate with all sides, in order to reach a solution, it is hoped that at least ceasefire between all sides can be reached. [More on the diplomacy section].
      • Malacca Strait Refugee Crisis: With the influx of Burmese migrants fleeing the wars in their homeland, our Navy and Air Force have been sent to Malacca Strait to patrol the sea and rescue the refugees stranded in the middle of the sea. Rohingya Muslims may be placed in some emergency refugee camps in Aceh Province, while other Burmese refugees will be mostly placed in other nearby refugee camps in Sumatra or Riau Islands.
    • Papua Conflict: The army, with support from the intelligent service, continue to hunt down the armed criminal groups. [More information on the internal affairs section].
  • Internal Affairs
    • Information about Papua Conflict: In 2021, Papua's "armed criminal groups", known as West Papua National Army-Free Papua Organization (TNPB-OPM), were labelled as terrorist groups, after the death of Head of State Intelligent Agency in Papua, as a result of attacks by TNPB-OPM. This, however, has led to a more complicated situation. Attacks by these separatist groups have been intensified since then, with more civillians have become victims of OPM's attacks. The separatists have also been seeking more supports from Papuan civillians, mainly in isolated rural places, by spreading Papuan independence and anti-Indonesia propaganda. The authorities continue to be hostile towards the groups, or even people who's proven to be supporters of the separatists. Informations regarding the separatists have been largely limited in Papua, with internet is reported to be shut down there at times. However, the central government has been largely silent on this issue.
    • COVID-19 Situation: The COVID-19 pandemic is not a main concern anymore. There are still new reported cases, it is relatively on very low rate (less than 50 per day) and most patients can be treated relatively well; although transmission inside community may still occur. About 75% of the [eligible] population have been fully vaccinated, and it is expected that all of Indonesians will be vaccinated by 2025. As of 1 January 2023, around this pandemic has taken its toll on around 81,000 people. With this decreasing trend, Indonesians may enjoy their daily life like they were before the pandemic, with physical distancing and mask obligation are not enforced anymore.
      • National COVID-19 Vaccine Development: On the other news, Biofarma, in a collaboration with some universities and higher educational institutes in Indonesia, have been researching on creating COVID-19 vaccine, by using on inactivated SARS-Cov-2 virus. After being tested to several volunteers, the result has shown that the vaccine has a satisfaction level of efficiacy rate. Starting from around October and November 2023, the vaccine have been distributed to public in order to vaccinate all remaining citizens who haven't been vaccinated yet. Another vaccine, an American-Indonesian production, AV-COVID-19, have been authorized by the government for emergency use.
    • New Capital Project: Kartanegara: In 2019, President Jokowi announced that the capital will be moved to Borneo. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the plan had been put on hold for a while, before being resumed in 2021. The construction of the capital began in late 2022. It is expected that the central area of the capital (governmental area) will be completely built by 2025, with current progress of the construction being at around 30%. The new toll road connecting the new capital and the existing Samarinda-Balikpapan Toll Road have begun to be constructed too and there are also plans to build a new canal to link the new capital with Makassar Strait. By the way, it is also announced that the name of capital will be Kartanegara.
    • Polarization of Indonesian Democracy: Many Indonesians seem to be dissatisfied with the way current government goes, with the democracy inside the nation is believed to have been regressing since Jokowi's administration. Starting with the crackdown on opposition figures (mostly from Islamist groups), excessive curbs on civil liberties, increasing corruption cases among state officials, weakening of Corruption Eradication Commission. The growing opposition is also caused by recent economic strain due to mass influx of Burmese migrants. This has led to the more polarized political climate in Indonesia, with a widening gap between pluralists and Islamists. This is helped by the fact that Islamism has continued to rise among Indonesians, especially in a more conservative grounds like Sumatra and West Java. Justice and Development Party (PKS), an Islamist party which is consistently on the opposite side from the current government, has gained popularity among public who are dissatisfied with Jokowi's government. On the other hand, with this growing Islamist ideology, there are worries about growing intolerance among minorities and more secular Muslims. In addition with a more globalized world, which brings more progressive political ideas especially to Indonesian youths, more supports come to the progressive party, Indonesian Solidarity Party (PSI). But again, we don't know where this is gonna go in the future, but soon we'll find out the result in the next general election which will be held next year.
    • Infrastructure Update: One of the current government's main policies is to develop infrastructure within the nation. Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway link was established last year, and the project now continues to extend the high-speed rail route to Surabaya - currently on Phase II (Bandung-Cirebon). The construction of Trans-Java Toll Road (the final Far Eastern part) is underway, and it is expected to be completed by 2025. Other current notable infrastructure projects include the Trans-Sumatra Toll Road, new railways in Borneo, and the Trans-Papua Highway.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Tatmadaw, Burmese National Unity Government, Burmese minority armed groups: Our diplomats are conveyed to Myanmar in order to negotiate with all sides to find for a compromise. Hopefully, at least, short-period of ceasefire can be reached.
      • Mod Response: Although the National Unity Government and several separatist groups such as the KNLA and the KIA agree to hold talks, the Tatmadaw refuses all mediation, with General Min Aung Hlaing stating that "Myanmar does not negotiate with traitors and terrorists". Other separatist groups, such as the various groups of the Shan Coalition, as well as ARSA and the Karenni Army, also refuse mediation.

Flag of the United States.svg United States of America:

  • Government: Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic
    • President: Joe Biden
      • There are two legislatures, the Senate (100 seats) and the House of Representatives (435 seats).
        • Senate:
          • 46 Democratic
          • 3 Independent
          • 51 Republican
        • House of Rep.
          • 217 Democratic
          • 3 Vacant
          • 215 Republican
        • Judicial Branch: The Supreme Court (9 Seats)
          • 5 (Leaning toward republicans)
          • 4 (Leaning toward democratic)
  • Capital City: Federal District of Washington D.C.
  • Population: 331,449,281
    • Biggest State (Pop):
      • California
  • Economy: The US has been a world power for centuries. Its strong government, wealthy trade and economy, and many natural resources and farmlands make it king when it comes to economy. Yet its biggest rival, China, seems to be slipping ahead of it. While the US may not be able to compete broadly, it still has the upper hand in aerospace, microchips, military equipment, and many other high tech, advanced areas of revenue. Most citizens are middle class, if not on the high end of that. Little to no poverty is a thing… but it's still always an issue to deal with. With the biggest capitalist economy in the world, it seems as if nothing could beat it. But things are seeming to fall stagnant.
    • Increase $20,807.27 billion GDP (PPP)
    • Increase 0.926 HDI
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War:
      • Operation Urgent Fury - Operation Urgent Fury contains a plan for 568 US special forces operators, from US Army Rangers to Navy SEALS to Marine Force Recon, to head over, train, and equip allied forces. In addition, they will also provide info on the ground, and advise the allied government. We also are just sending a massive air fleet to bomb the absolute crap out of the region.
    • Chad Conflict:
      • Operation Willing Disaster - In order to gain footholds in more regions, we have stepped out and asked both sides to talk and have a ceasefire, and if they do, we will supply them in the fight against ISIS. We also want a base or two. (Also diplomacy-ing) In turn, we will send 2000 “boots on the ground” units to help.
    • Military Tech and Research
      • The F-35 Lightning is almost done. A few more million dollar tweaks and by 2024, it’s ours.
      • Kinetic Anti-Material RAilgun, or K.A.M.R.A. The rest is classified.
      • The M6 Assault Carbine. This unique rifle is based on the idea that you can have a marksman's rifle, but with the ability to still be an assault rifle. Basically, higher damage, consistent med-to-high fire rate, fullfill’s many roles. Can use either 7.62 or 5.56 (haven't decided yet). This gun has 4 modes: Safety, Single, Burst, and Automatic.
      • M2 Austin MBT. An upgraded version of the M1 Abrams and variants, this tank increases both offensive and defensive armament exponentially, with a bigger cannon, increased armor for mines, rockets, IEDs, EFPs, etc. Also has the ability to fire larger distances somewhat like a howitzer.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • As the nation prepared for its next election and voted, Joe Biden knew he was going to lose. The republicans had gained too much majority support. Even though they had suffered loss at the hands of Donald Trump last election, they had gotten another. This time, a more charismatic, more professional leader. One that wouldn't make the same mistakes as trump. Biden had tried to counteract it with popular bills, more good news being published about american victories around the world. Nothing. The public demands grew, and he knew he would lose. He couldn’t keep up. All to Scott Calaway.
    • “Then it's agreed.” The phone said, and shut off.The politician sat. He was nervous. “Calm down Smitty… Calm down…..” They were about to set in motion a great wave, one that may destroy the world as they knew it. He had already gained the support of the party. It was now just a wait of time, a wait of time…..
    • Development of the Rockies - With so many moved to the rocky mountain states during the COVID pandemic, the US government has been considering giving some money to the rocky mountain states to upgrade and improve, along with some construction crews and equipment to build more houses. This act was agreed upon and a total loan of 1.5 Million dollars to send to the states of Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho, even setting up some big factories within the less industrious states.
    • Research of the Mars Expedition - As the US saw China explore and possibly colonise the moon, we decided to act. We hired the best scientists, engineers, and equipment we could. We made a secret branch of NASA (Mars-oriented Aerospace Research Society, or M.A.R.S.), with a mission to get humans on and off mars, explore, and finally colonize mars. We want to win. We got on the moon first, so we will get on mars first. To the stars!
  • Diplomacy:
    • Chads - As per Operation Willing Disaster, we want to negotiate with the chads to fight ISIS. We will supply weapons and stuff, and we want a base.
      • Chadian Response: The Chadian government graciously accepts the arms shipments, and allows the US to build a military base in its territory.
    • Greece - Hello there, Hellenic Republic. I see you are not doing so well with your economy. We could help that of course…. 1 million here…. 2 million there…. As long as we can get some stuff in return. You remember the saying, “You scratch our back, we scratch yours”?
    • Canada - Can man! What's up? Listen… I need to know that even if you're staying out of New Vietnam, that you're still with me. I feel something bad is coming… Are you gonna be there for me when it happens?
    • Australia - Hey. Thanks for the condolences about the ambassadors, and we want to give you a gift for helping us in conflict and being a staunch ally. (Secret) We are giving you our designs for a top secret M.A.R.S program, and we want you to take part. We want your help, and you are some of the only ones we can trust. Are you with us? (Secret End) Also, take a million dollars.
    • GESCO Invitation - We accept. Murica’ has joined the server.

Turn III: 2024

Events

The international community was shocked and incensed on March 12th, 2024, when several entire divisions of the Russian Army crossed the border into Ukraine. With Russia now directly entering into the Donbass War, massive portions of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts are occupied by separatist forces. The Russian Army has also occupied portions of Cherson, Kharkiv, and Sumy Oblasts, with Russian divisions reaching the Dnieper River from Crimea by October, and advancing within 10 kilometers of the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, by December of 2024.

The Myanmar Civil War enters its third year in a wave of air strikes and jungle warfare. Supported by the West, the National Unity Government is able to offset the initial material advantages gained by the Tatmadaw regime by virtue of their backers. In an isolated incident, an Iranian jet flying a reconnaissance mission is shot down by what is believed to be American anti-air installations. In another incident, evidence of multiple massacres in Rohingya villages in Rakhine were reported, although it is unclear whether this was perpetrated by Tatmadaw or the NUG, as Rakhine remains a contested region with neither having firm control, although preliminary evidence suggests that elements of the NUG’s military were involved. Both sides deny their forces committed the massacre, with each side accusing the other.

KNLA militias push into Thai territory following incursions by the Thai army into Karen State, seizing portions of Mae Hong Son Province in the far northwest.

In the Jakarta Conference held in June of 2024, delegates from the National Unity Government, the Karen National Liberation Army, the Mon National Liberation Army, and the Kachin Independence Army have agreed to a ceasefire between their separate organizations, as well as to collaborate in bringing peace to Myanmar once and for all; in effect forming a coalition against the Tatmadaw. All factions currently fighting in Myanmar were invited to the Jakarta Conference, although the Tatmadaw and several separatist groups declined to send a delegate.

The Islamic State has been mostly removed from Chad, with the terror organization clinging on only to small portions of northeastern Chad. However, it has begun rapidly expanding in Darfur in neighboring Sudan, aided by the local Arab populations there. The full-force entry of ISIS into Sudan has also destabilized the country, reigniting several dormant conflicts, including the original conflict between the now-ISIS aligned Arab Janjaweed militias and various native African groups in Darfur, as well as the conflict between the Sudanese government and the South Sudan-aligned separatist SPLF-N in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states. In Chad itself, the UFDD, blessed with foreign support from the West and arms shipments, makes massive gains against the ruling Chadian military junta in the south of Chad, securing territory around the city of Moundou.

Far removed from the escalating conflict in the Sahel, rebel groups in Kivu, in the DRC, have agreed to unilaterally stand down, in return for being integrated into the Congolese army, as well as being able to form political parties of their own.

In nearby Kenya and Tanzania, a referendum on the unification of the two countries into the East African Federation passes by a 6-point margin. Both countries’ governments have committed to achieving full unification into a single nation by 2029, but voices of protest from pro-division groups threaten to delay or derail the process of unification.

In a heartening turn of events for beleaguered and war-torn Afghanistan, Hibatullah Akhunzada, the leader of the Taliban, was assassinated in an Iranian drone strike near the city of Maymana, in northwestern Afghanistan. In the wake of this blow, the Taliban has descended into civil war, with forces loyal to two commanders: the “official” Taliban, now led by Mohammed Yaqoob, and a splinter faction led by Muhammad Rasul that controls most of the Taliban holdings in western Afghanistan. With the Taliban divided amongst itself, Afghan and Iranian forces have managed to liberate substantial amounts of territory from Taliban control.

In Syria, the resurgent Syrian opposition continue to gain territory in the south and east of the country. The Syrian Civil War, once thought to almost be over, is heating back up to its height in the mid-2010s.

Although the Turkish government has banned reporters from entering Turkish-occupied Syria, satellite photos seem to show new housing developments being built at a rapid pace in both cities and rural areas in the Turkish occupation zone. Ankara claims that these houses are built for displaced Syrian refugees from further south; however, testimonies from the few Syrians that have left the Turkish-occupied zone paint a different story: a story of the mass settling of ethnic Turks in northern Syria, in a manner similar to the Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

Refugees continue to pour into Europe en masse, as conflict continues to spread in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. Many of these refugees, mostly coming from countries such as Syria, Chad, and Sudan, live in squalor in makeshift camps on the outskirts of major European cities, and are regularly harassed by local police and far-right organizations. Violence towards refugees is not uncommon, with 1 in 25 refugee women reporting that they have been subject to “violent sexual assault” in a survey from Axios.

Throughout Europe, far-right parties begin gaining traction in the wake of the Second European Refugee Crisis. In Bulgaria, for instance, Attack gains significant support, becoming the third largest party in the country. In Germany, Alternative for Germany (AfD) has begun adopting elements of the far-right political ideology National Socialism into their platform. Most notably, however, is Poland, where the current ruling party, Law and Justice (PiS), has begun adopting Falangist ideology in their platform.

Far-right hate groups, especially in nations with high refugee traffic, such as Spain, Italy, Germany, France, and Greece, have also become emboldened due to the current refugee crisis, with a sharp uptick in hate crimes against refugees and even long-integrated African and Arab immigrants being reported.

On the flip side of the political spectrum, a recent survey conducted in Western nations found that support for socialism has reached over 55% support amongst Generation Z, with over 10% viewing that the system should be dismantled and replaced at “all cost”. This is combined with rising support for socialism amongst Millennials and Generation X, making support for socialism average out at approximately 41% of the Global North. Support for socialism is highest in Spain, Greece, and the United States; with the concurrent rise in right-wing politics in the former causing clashes between far-right and far-left organizations in the streets of Madrid and Barcelona to become a not uncommon sight.

Although completely eradicated in most of the world, COVID-19 cases are still exploding in India, due to sheer negligence from the Modi administration. The continued deaths of millions of Indians from COVID-19, as well as the related economic downturn and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s perceived “selling out to Beijing”, have caused the largest legislative shift in the Indian Lok Sabha since independence, with the historic BJP landslide in the 2019 general elections being completely overturned in 2024. Narendra Modi’s BJP loses over 200 seats to the Indian opposition, most notably the Indian National Congress and the Communist Party of India, who form a coalition government. The impending trade deal with China is withdrawn, and a nationwide COVID lockdown is instituted, starting November 2024.

The Venezuelan interim government appeals to support from the rest of the Organisation of American States due to the perceived threat of a Brazilian invasion. Colombia and Peru join in enacting sanctions on Brazil, primarily targeting Jair Bolsonaro and the ruling Social Liberal Party; meanwhile, Bolivia experiences an indigenous rebellion in response to further attempts from Luis Arce to use his predecessor’s socialist credentials to push further deforestation and destruction of indigenous communities.

Although cheered on and supported by Western conservatives, Brazil’s total trade embargo of China has led to devastating effects on the Brazilian economy, with the Brazilian stock market plummeting, and the unemployment rate rising to nearly 25%. With this massive economic downturn in the making, Jair Bolsonaro’s approval rating plummets to a mere 11%, and mass protests in the streets of major Brazilian cities, calling for Bolsonaro to resign, are conducted. Meanwhile, gangs in poor favela slums have begun to entrench themselves even further, despite the Battle of Espirito Santo, dabbling in smuggling of basic commodities such as food, alcohol and electronics, things which a growing number of Brazilians are unable to afford.

Kim Jong Un disappears for almost 3 months in what the DPRK calls an “extended vacation”. He looks visibly thinner after the disappearance, and looks paler. Rumors begin to swirl about potential illnesses, but the government continues to air propaganda about his good health, showing him playing sports in a video broadcasted on state media. Western media is quick to point out that the video looks strikingly similar to a video from 2018, and some claim that the videos are one in the same, with slight doctoring of the new video.

Queen Elizabeth II surpasses Louis XIV to become the longest reigning monarch in recorded history, but has recently remained away from the public eye for months at a time, stoking concerns about her health throughout the United Kingdom and the wider world.

For a final hopeful look towards the future, the first crewed lunar landing since 1972 is carried out by the United States, landing the Artemis 3 at the south polar region of the Moon. This feat is accompanied by Stephanie Wilson, the first woman and person of color to step foot on the Moon. Artemis 3 and its crew remained on the lunar surface between July 24th and August 7th, doing studies on the lunar surface.


Player Turns

  • Brazil.png Federative Republic of Brazil:
    • Government: The Brazilian Government grows increasingly unpopular with the Brazilian people. Bolsonaro announces he will retire in 2026, opening up the race for that year. Additionally, the Government cancels debt payments after economic downturn from cutting off trade with China.
    • Population: The birth rate suffers a drop of one million births, combined with 2 million people leaving the country resulting in population decline for the first time in recent history.
    • Economy: Decline in GDP by 2.9%, virtually erasing recent economic gains.
    • Wars and Conflicts: Despite key victories in 2023 against gang leaders, the gangs begin to resurface and grow to new strengths and begin to grow a political arm.
      • Invasion of Venezuela- As planned, Brazil invades Venezuela in order to avoid a failed state. Naval forces blockade the nation while troops attempt an invasion. The invasion is split into three prongs, the Western, Central, and Eastern divisions. The Western division makes very little gains, reaching the Orinoco river. The Central division has moderately more success, seizing Serra Parima. The Eastern division by far has the most success, reaching Embalse de Guri and setting up a base of operations in Canaima. Disease is rife as troops pass through the rainforests of Southern Venezuela, and President Bolsonaro considers fumigation of large regions of Venezuela, akin to what America did in the construction of the Panama Canal. Juan Guaido, the Opposition Leader of Venezuela, supports the Brazilian forces.
    • Internal Affairs
      • Shortages begin of many important items, and large amounts of key resources such as gasoline begin to decline.
      • Bolsonaro begins to build rockets to be used as the joint European-Brazilian facility in Brazilian Guiana, formerly known as French Guiana before Brazil purchased it in 2022.
      • Sao Paolo announces details on carbon neutrality by creating stronger no-carbon public transit programs and increasing incentives to buy green vehicles.
      • A massive jobs program is announced by the Government in order to alleviate unemployment from the economic downturn. Businesses will receive tax breaks in exchange for expanding there workforce. The move especially helps small businesses grow. The exact law states that businesses that expand there workforces for 25% will have there corporate taxes cut by 25% for the next 5 years.
    • Diplomacy
      • We offer to Mercosur the creation of the South American Defense Forces, jointly commanded by Argentina and Brazil, to protect South America from any foreign threat. This is offered as an alliance.
      • We propose to Mercosur the creation of the Free Elections Oversight Board to monitor elections to insure they are kept fair, after previous events in Venezuela.
      • We offer a free trade agreement to the United States and to Australia.
    • Mod Feedback:
      • You don't get to decide how successful your invasion of Venezuela is, that's up to the mods and the dice roll. Secondly, you, as Brazil, have no authority over what Juan Guiado thinks.
      • Furthermore, you never had French Guiana, since the former French player never formally posted his turn to sell it to you. You may try to negotiate with the current one to see if he wants to sell it to you instead.




Flag of France.png République Française:

  • Internal Affairs:
    • Immigration: In part as a response to legitimate concerns surrounding the European Refugee Crisis, and in part as a means to withstand the rise of the far-right, the French Government announces a reduction of the maximum number of refugees that will be accepted by France. Additionally, stricter assimilation policies will be implemented in the following months, including mandatory instruction in French civics and values, and better enforcement of French language education among migrant communities. Efforts are being made by the Ministry of Territorial Cohesion to reduce ghettoisation of minorities, possibly through the distribution of migrants throughout France, though this is a hotly debated topic with many opposed to government relocation.
    • Islamic Extremism: Efforts to counter radicalisation in France are ramped up by a joint collaboration between the Ministry of National Education, Youth and Sport, the Ministry of the Interior, and the Ministry of Culture.
    • Energy: As part of the government's aim to reduce the country's dependency on nuclear energy, the first floating solar arrays have been incorporated into the French energy grid, providing power from solar panels floating on the surface of large water reservoirs, simultaneously providing power while shielding the water from the sun, preventing algae growth in public water reservoirs. Additional hydroelectric plants are added to the grid and a partnership with the Swedish Sterling company is announced, to research the potential use of sterling engines to reduce energy wastage and improve energy storage for use with solar power plants.
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • Ukraine: France and its people condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the strongest terms possible, declaring the act as "the single greatest threat to NATO of the 21st century". Most non-essential diplomats are recalled from Russia. Military advisors and arms sales are offered to Ukraine [Mod Response] and France urges a vigorous response from Western Allies.
      • Ukrainian Diplomacy: Ukraine will accept the arms sales, however can do without the military advisors. They have enough faith in their own military as of now.
    • Myanmar: News of the alliance against the Tatmadaw is received well. French arms sales are offered to the alliance [Mod Response]
      • National Unity Government: Well received. We agree to the arms sale.
    • Queen Elizabeth II: President Macron wishes Her Majesty well.

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Government: Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
    • Monarch: Elizabeth II
    • Prime Minister: Boris Johnson
      • Parliament: (after the 2024 election)
        • Conservative: 349
        • Labour: 233
        • Liberal Democrats: 11
        • Green: 1
        • SNP: 33
        • Other: 1
        • DUP: 8
        • Sinn Fein: 7
        • Plaid Cymru: 4
        • Alliance: 1
        • SDLP: 2
  • Capital City: London
  • Population: 68 Million
  • Economy:
    • GDP Per Capita: 3.12 trillion
    • Human Development Index: 0.932
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Immigration: The Second Refugee Crisis was one of the biggest issues in the 2024 election. Prime Minister Boris Johnson supports limiting new refugees as much as possible in the country, which helped him hold the British far-right vote. Also, the British Parliament has passed stricter assimilation policies, including mandatory classes on British values and civics, along with mandatory English. Also, laws have been exacted to police more migrant neighbors.
    • Queen Elizabeth II: Prime Minister Boris Johnson wishes the queen the best in her recovery.

Flag of China.png People's Republic of China:

  • Government: Unitary Marxist-Leninist one-party socialist republic
    • President: Xi Jinping
    • Premier: Li Keqiang
  • Capital City: Beijing
  • Population: Increase 1,455,254,862
  • Economy: China has been one of the world's largest economies for centuries, with various periods of prosperity and decline. It would seem that China is more of the former at this point in time, competing and soon overtaking the United States. It boasts a diverse and robust manufacturing sector, which accounts for a great deal of its exports in industries such as metals, textiles, electronics, armaments, and vehicles. It remains the largest recipient of direct foreign investment, and home to the highest number of tech start-ups. As the world's fastest-growing consumer market, its integration into the global economy has ensured that the demands of the citizens are very well supplied by domestic and imported goods.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $30.74 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $21,123
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.764
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Conflict in Myanmar: Beijing pledges support to Tatmadaw in order to restore security and order in a period of chaos. Firearms, ammunition, artillery pieces, rocket launchers, and relevant equipment are routed via air supply to bolster the Myanmar Army. A division of the PLA is routed to Yunnan in preparation for spillovers from the conflict into the region. Limited air support is also provided in the form of sorties and reconnaissance missions, however direct engagement is avoided at this point in time. Intelligence sharing with Tatmadaw vis a vis insurgent activities, movements and rough numbers is quietly emphasized.
      • Crouching Tiger: Border skirmishes between the PLA in Yunnan and ethnic armed organizations affiliated with the NGU have been recorded, however the moves made by the former is limited to the internationally recognized border. To reiterate, the PLA is not operating within Myanmar.
      • Hidden Dragon [Secret]: American radio chatter in the Bay of Bengal and installations in NUG-controlled Myanmar are monitored for anything out of the ordinary, i.e. large scale operations or if they try anything funny. We take advantage of this opportunity to attempt to find out about any new fancy toys the Americans are trying out, such as new technologies and weapons. Covering our digital and physical tracks best we can, we intend to squeeze out everything we can from the Americans to offset our own shortcomings, and to ensure a level playing field.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Five-Year Plan No. 14: Goals are drafted and finalized in the 14th Five-Year Plan to modernize China in several fields and industries, including but not limited to; becoming a "moderately developed" economy by 2035 via tripling the per capita GDP, peaceful development of relations with the rouge province of Taiwan, carbon neutrality by 2060, integration of AI into the workforce, transition of half of all Chinese vehicles to electric or hybrid systems by 2035, among others.
    • China Brain Artificial Intelligence Project: Development of AI via the China Brain Project will proceed as planned. Cross-disciplinary study on neural networks, biological and artificial, is emphasized and occasionally outsourced to Xinjiang re-education facilities.
      • A public relations campaign is approved to deal with rumors regarding illegal human experimentation in the China Brain Project.
      • Research for rudimentary BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) technology enters testing phase on volunteers, most of whom are Uyghurs who signed the relevant consent forms.
    • Annual Strait Sorties: The annual tradition of flying sorties across the Taiwanese Strait into the airspace of our province there is continued without incident nor casualty.
    • Chinese Lunar Exploration Program: The Chang'e 6 and Chang'e 7 missions continue their duties of exploring and surveying regions near and at the lunar south pole. The Chang'e 8 mission is currently under preparation for verification of the viability of a lunar science base in the future, with a predicted launch window in 2027.
    • Hydroelectric Restoration Program: Renovation and upgrades are carried out at a number of aging hydroelectric dams, with specific focus on dams along major (and typically populated) rivers. These developments are expected to increase the efficiency of the hydroelectric power stations, as well as reinforce existing structures to guard against storm surges and torrential anomalies.
      • The program is expected to conclude by 2035 at the latest.
    • Artificial Sun Project: Funding and research into the EAST (Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak) fusion device continues, and with new advancements in engineering, nuclear theory, and particle physics, we expect the EAST to be fully self-sustaining by 2030, although it is possible that self-sustaining fusion is achieved before then.
    • From Sea to Shining Sea: Construction begins within our leased land in Djibouti, marking the beginning of a overseas Chinese military complex separate from the existing naval base to the south. Pending completion by 2028, it will serve to increase Chinese overseas naval capacity and supply, as well as ensuring that piratical activities in the Gulf of Aden may be dealt with more effectively. The construction efforts are projected to provide employment opportunities for the locals as well.
  • Diplomacy:
    • North Korea [Secret]: Your overlords wish to check on the health of our puppet in Pyongyang, immediately. Beijing expresses concern over the health of the Supreme Leader, and would like for transparency to better understand what support should be offered.
    • Russia: We offer our support to the Russian Federation for daring to ensure its national security in the face of transgressions from the West.
    • Popular Democracy of Venezuela: Would you perhaps be interested in Chinese support of a more, shall we say, material nature? We are in the interest of safeguarding your national security from opportunistic antagonists.
    • Philippines: Congratulations on establishing a new government. Would you perhaps be interested in an agreement for trade, investment, and technological research? If it tickles your fancy we may also discuss the status of the South China Sea disputes that currently exist between our nations.
      • Philippines: We accept the agreements for trade, investment and technological research, if it becomes a key to settling the South China Sea dispute.

Flag of Indonesia.svg Republic of Indonesia

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Joko Widodo (until October 2024), Ganjar Pranowo (from October 2024)
      • Vice-President: Ma'ruf Amin (until October 2024), Mahfud MD (from October 2024)
    • 2024 Indonesian general election: General elections are held on 10 April 2019, with president, vice-president, and member of legislative bodies (on both national and local level) are being elected on the same time.
      • Presidential election results: Incumbent President Joko Widodo (PDI-P) is constitutionally barred from seeking a third term in office. Pluralists, who previously led the government, were seeking to continue hold its position, in order to continue Jokowi's policies and more power!. Former Central Java Governor, Ganjar Pranowo (PDI-P) was declared as presidential candidate, with Coordinating Minister of Political, Legal, and Security Affairs, Mahfud MD (Independent) as his running mate. They were supported by Pluralist coalition, consisted of PDI-P, Nasdem, Golkar, PKB, PPP, PSI. On the other hand, former general and current Minister of Defence, Prabowo Subianto (Gerindra) declared for candidacy, saying that he would run for "one last time." Son of former President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono (Demokrat) is selected as his running mate. They were supported by Conservative coalition, consisted of Gerindra, Demokrat, PKS, PAN. In the end, Ganjar narrowly won the election. Protests from Prabowo's supporters have occured in many large cities, they claimed that the election was rigged - as the result turned to be so close.
        • Ganjar Pranowo - Mahfud MD: (Winner) 51.21%
        • Prabowo Subianto - Agus H. Yudhoyono: 48.79%
      • Legislative election results: PDI-P maintains its position as the largest party in the government. Progressive and pluralist party, PSI, have entered the Parliament, after rise on their popularity, especially among youth in urban areas. PPP is out of the parliament, after they couldn't reach the 4% threshold.
        • PDI-P: 19.89% (Increase 135)
        • Nasdem: 10.91% (Increase 73)
        • Gerindra: 10.65% (Decrease 66)
        • Golkar: 10.02% (Decrease 68)
        • PKS: 9.83% (Increase 62)
        • Demokrat: 9.24% (Increase 63)
        • PKB: 9.03% (Decrease 56)
        • PAN: 6.5% (Decrease 41)
        • PSI: 4.2% (Increase 16)
  • Capital City: Jakarta
  • Population: 270,203,917 (2020 census); Increase 284.50 million (2024 estimate)
    • Largest City: Jakarta
    • Largest Province: West Java
  • Economy: Indonesia has a mixed-market economy. Indonesia's economy is the largest in Southeast Asia and is one of the emerging market economies in the world. As a member of G20, Indonesia is classified as newly industrialized country and an upper-middle income country, with a GDP of US$4.411 trillion (PPP), currently 7th largest in the world. Indonesia's main economy sectors include palm oil and rubber industry, mining resources, coal, natural gas and petroleum, other manufacturing industries (mainly textiles, automotive, machinery, cement, fertilizer), and services (from tourism to technology-based startups).
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): Increase US$15,507 (2024)
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.746 (2023)
  • Wars and Conflicts
    • Myanmar Civil War: The result of Jakarta Conference is received positively. Jakarta is hopeful that this conference may be able to help to establish peace in the Burmese nation soon. Although, we are concerned about the absence of several factions, especially the Tatmadaw. Indonesian diplomats have tried to negotiate with the Tatmadaw, but nothing is reached, as the diplomats found it difficult to have a negotiation with them. However, negotiation with Shan Coalition, ARSA, and Karenni Army continues. Jakarta will keep the communication with all of these sides. The massacre against Rohingya people is condemned by the government, with then-President Jokowi called it "inhumane action".
  • Internal Affairs
    • COVID-19 Situation: Yep, they still exist in Indonesia, but it's not that concerning. 90% of the population have been vaccinated, with Indonesian-made vaccines began to be used. These vaccines are proven to be success, despite at the beginning they are largely doubted.
    • New Capital + Infrastructure Update: The progress for central/governmental area is around 80%, with the construction of other areas such as residential area (for non-government officials) and commercial area started this year. The Trans-Sumatra Toll Road has finally reached its completion.
  • Diplomacy
    • Shan Coalition, ARSA, Karenni Army, and any Burmese separatist groups who hasn't agreed to Jakarta Conference: Negotiation continues. The goal is to at least reach ceasefire between these groups with other separatist groups - don't need conference, just separate declaration from them is fine.
    • China: "Look, we're trying to negotiate with the Tatmadaw here. We want a stability in our region [Southeast Asia]. We understand that you are one of Tatmadaw's biggest ally. So, if you can help us to approach them diplomatically, then it'd be great. In return, we'll try to have a word with these bordering separatist groups to stay away from your border. Oh yeah, also, we are always open to have more of your investments and trade from your country."

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Ebrahim Raisi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 86,662,901
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $780,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $24,000
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.759 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: We aim to capitalise on the disarray the Taliban is currently facing, increasing our forces in Afghanistan to 100,000 we embark on 3 campaigns in Afghanistan this year. 2 divisions are sent to try and wipe out the southernmost major pocket of Taliban forces, another 2 are to be used to push into the largest area under Taliban control in the southeast, while 2 more are to try and wipe out the two surrounded pockets of the Taliban in central Afghanistan. All of these forces will consist of largely infantry with armoured support, and with Iranian air strikes on strategic locations.
    • Syrian Civil War: We offer to station 3 divisions in Syria to support the government of Al-Assad against the Syrian opposition. The first objective of these divisions is to eliminate the opposition forces in southern Syria.
    • Yemeni Civil War: We offer to station Iranian air wings in Houthi controlled territory to provide support for Houthi ground operations and to provide defense against enemy air strikes.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Death of Ali Khamenei: Our Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has died of a stroke at the age of 85 years and 26 days. A state funeral has been held for Khamenei on the 25th of May 2024 and the Assembly of Experts has elected Eshaq Jahangiri as our next Supreme Leader.
    • Covid-19: This year, we have been successful in eliminating COVID-19 from the entirety of Iran, with the last case being reported in Istrach village of our Sistan and Baluchestan Province on the 19th of February.
    • Nuclear Research & Power: The Darkhovin Nuclear Power Plant has been completed. Wishing to increase our nuclear power production we have decided to renew the Estehlal-1 and Estehlal-2 projects at the Darkhovin site.
    • Iranian Treasure Initiative: Our ITI projects are going well, bringing many jobs to the areas they are being constructed. The Eram gas field has begun producing gas this year, and our other ITI projects are running smoothly, expected to be completed from 2028 to 2030. Only one more mine is approved this year, a chromium mine South Khorasan Province. This mine will be named the Khamenei chromium mine after our deceased supreme leader. We also look to other members of the LPME for skilled workers in the mining industry, greatly increasing the number of skilled migrant visas we give out.
    • Education: This years budget sees a 15% increase in funding for education in Iran with the increased money largely going to STEM fields, particularly those with applications in the mining and electronics industries.
    • Naval upgrades: The first Besat-class submarines should be operational by 2026, with the first khalije fars and negin class ships operational in 2028.
    • Iranian Space Program: This year, several sub-orbital flights are launched in order to test our current propulsion systems and collect data for improvements to our scientific research. [Secret] The information and research gathered will be passed on to the military to assist in development of missiles and missile defence systems for Iran [End Secret].
  • Diplomacy:
    • China: Following our agreement made with China last year we request to purchase 30 of the CAIG Wing Loong II drone and 20 Chengdu J-20 planes. We would also like to approach Beijing with a request to become a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
      • Chinese Diplomacy: We gladly accept the trade offer, and will seriously consider the full membership of Iran in the SCO.
    • League for the Prosperity of the Middle East: We call for other members of the LPME to support Syria and Afghanistan in their efforts to bring peace to their nations.

Flag of the United States.png United States of America: * Government: Federal Presidential Constitutional Republic

    • President: Scott Calaway
      • There are two houses, the Senate (100 seats) and the House of Representatives (435 seats).
        • Senate:
          • 41 Democratic
          • 5 Independent
          • 54 Republican
        • House of Rep.
          • 222 Democratic
          • 0 Vacant
          • 213 Republican
        • Judicial Branch: The Supreme Court (9 Seats)
          • 5 (Leaning toward republicans)
          • 4 (Leaning toward democratic)
  • Capital City: Federal District of Washington D.C.
  • Population: 331,449,281
    • Biggest State (Pop):
      • California
  • Economy: The US has been a world power for centuries. Its strong government, wealthy trade and economy, and many natural resources and farmlands make it king when it comes to economy. Yet its biggest rival, China, seems to be slipping ahead of it. While the US may not be able to compete broadly, it still has the upper hand in aerospace, microchips, military equipment, and many other high tech, advanced areas of revenue. Most citizens are middle class, if not on the high end of that. Little to no poverty is a thing… but it's still always an issue to deal with. With the biggest capitalist economy in the world, it seems as if nothing could beat it. But things are seeming to fall stagnant.
    • $20,814.86 billion GDP (PPP)
    • 0.926 HDI
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Myanmar Civil War:
      • Operation Urgent Fury - Operation Urgent Fury contains a plan for 568 US special forces operators, from US Army Rangers to Navy SEALS to Marine Force Recon, to head over, train, and equip allied forces. In addition, they will also provide info on the ground, and advise the allied government. We also are just sending a massive air fleet to bomb the absolute crap out of the region.
    • Chad Conflict:
      • Operation Willing Disaster - Landing, helping, and fighting ISIS since 2003. In fact, we are even pushing into Syria through our base in Chad, attempting to end ISIS.
    • Syrian ISIS Problem:
      • Operation Rolling Warthog - We respectfully want the help of Syrian forces to combat ISIS. Plus we are invading ISIS-controlled Syrian lands so....
    • Reorganization of the Air Force - As we now have our newest F-35 Lightning, we must order a reorganization of our USAF. The prospected air force should include: 2000 F-35's, 500 F-16's (150 D's and 350 C's), 200 F-15EX2's, F-15E 200, 280 F-15C's, 500 F-22's, 100 B-1, 50 B-2, 300 A-10C, 100 AC-130J, 100 B-52's. Along with enough others to support. (NOT LISTING ALL USAF PLANES)
    • Military Tech and Research
      • The F-35 Lightning is done. We did it boys.
      • Kinetic Anti-Material RAilgun, or K.A.M.R.A. The rest is classified.
      • The M6 Assault Carbine. This unique rifle is based on the idea that you can have a marksman's rifle, but with the ability to still be an assault rifle. Basically, higher damage, consistent med-to-high fire rate, fulfills many roles. Can use either 7.62 or 5.56 (haven't decided yet). This gun has 4 modes: Safety, Single, Burst, and Automatic.
      • M2 Austin MBT. An upgraded version of the M1 Abrams and variants, this tank increases both offensive and defensive armament exponentially, with a bigger cannon, increased armor for mines, rockets, IEDs, EFPs, etc. Also has the ability to fire larger distances somewhat like a howitzer.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Its done. The election is done. With Scott Calaway elected, he stood to give his inaugural speech. "Today, my friends, my fellow Americans, today is a great day. For I am here. I shall win our wars! I shall make our nation better! I shall improve the economy!..." (End of speech transcript.) Scott Calaway is a authoritarian republican, who seeks to have goverment control over many things. We shall see what he brings.
    • Development of the Rockies - With so many moved to the rocky mountain states during the COVID pandemic, the US government has been considering giving some money to the rocky mountain states to upgrade and improve, along with some construction crews and equipment to build more houses. This act was agreed upon and a total loan of 1.5 Million dollars to send to the states of Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho, even setting up some big factories within the less industrious states.
      • Update - With the development coming along, here are major changes for the states listed above.
        • Colorado - Population booms, industry has increased in all ways, and even a rare new resource, dubbed Colronium, was discovered. This resource is a natural alloy, being not as strong as sat titanium, but stronger than iron or steel while being lightweight. Along with the start of the construction for the "Boulder Dome", a scientific, paradise dome over the town of Boulder, having mines, forests, labs, everything. Its meant to survive any damage, including a direct nuke hit.
        • Montana - Montana is becoming a major energy, mining, and foresting industry. It even has 2-3 towns that are becoming major factory areas.
        • Wyoming - Wyoming is becoming a major military area. A new officer school and basic training camp for the army has been set up there, along with air force strips and silos. It has become a area for combined arms and branch training and simulations, and even the site for the new Development for Army and Marines Site, or DAMS. The population has boomed.
        • Utah - Utah has become a major population area, with many civilian factories and a few military ones. Mormons have spread from here to neighbouring states, increase their US presence tenfold.
        • Idaho - Idaho has in some ways become what Colorado once was, a not poor, not rich, but well rounded middle income state, with many high end research and school facilities.
    • Research of the Mars Expedition - As the US saw China explore and possibly colonise the moon, we decided to act. We hired the best scientists, engineers, and equipment we could. We made a secret branch of NASA (Mars-oriented Aerospace Research Society, or M.A.R.S.), with a mission to get humans on and off mars, explore, and finally colonize mars. We want to win. We got on the moon first, so we will get on mars first. To the stars!
  • Diplomacy:
    • Reaching out to the French - Hello. We are looking for strong and faithful allies... and we think you are a good candidate. As a show of good faith, we will help and boost you economically. But if we are to continue that... we want you to help us in Syria or Myanmar. Your choice. But I promise you, if you do, we will make it worth your while.
      • Flag of France.png French Diplomacy: We agree to increase our troops presence in Syria in the fight against ISIS and other terrorism groups (Opération Chammal) from the current 3,250 to 4,000, with further increases as necessary. We agree to arms sales and extensive technical assistance to the alliance against the Tatmadaw, but stop short of sending combat troops due to public disapproval of sending men to Indochina.
    • Chads - As per Operation Willing Disaster, we are helping out. Nice to be with y'all.
    • China and Russia - Guys. I understand you're both very powerful countries, but I see your supporting each other against the west. But would you still if I sanction and impose tariffs on you both? as of this moment, that's happening.
  • Moderator: Now where do I start with this. First off: There is no ISIS presence in Syria. There is also no border between the nations of Chad and Syria. One must clearly understand geography to play this map game. Your turn is also very poorly written which is something we can excuse with lesser nations; however, with you playing as the United States, we expect a higher caliber of turn. You also must put all information regarding military technology on your turn regardless of it being "classified", as us moderators must know this information. There is also already a very PUBLIC Mars space program under the guise of NASA. Also, in regards to your economy, more and more of the American population is falling into poverty, and life expectancy and HDI is decreasing. there is no possible way with your lack of economic growth that your HDI will remain at .926. Also, please do not create elements out of thin air, this is not science fiction. Please rewrite this turn fron scratch, since there is nothing that could or should be used in a rewrite.

Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Leni Robredo
    • Vice President: Chel Diokno
  • Capital City: Manila
  • Population: Decrease 105,968,201
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.2 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $17,002
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.783
  • Wars and Conflicts
    • Conflict in Myanmar: Manila pledges minor support to the National Unity Government.
  • Internal Affairs
    • COVID-19 Pandemic: Widespread community transmission has been eradicated nationwide. However, the Philippines now deals with outbreaks at specific enclosed locations. Major COVID-19 outbreaks broke out this year at 6 major prisons, resulting in over 564 infections and 304 deaths, including high profile criminals and political figures. Cases were also reported at military camps, government offices, and Iglesia ni Christo churches. The city of Muntinlupa, south of Manila, was also put on Enhanced Community Qurantine for 4 weeks following a massive cluster at a tenement housing complex.
    • New Clark City: Several government offices have relocated from the National Capital Region to New Clark City, including the Department of Agriculture and Department of Transportation. The government has also announced that the city will not cater to the upper class unlike other mixed-use developments across the country, with the relocation program of informal settlers in the Mega Manila region to affordable urban housing complexes.
    • Human Rights: President Leni Robredo, in her State of the Nation Address, guarantees that oppressed groups such as indigenous people, journalists, social activists and human rights lawyers will be provided more protection under her administration.

Flag of Greece.png Hellenic Republic

  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Republic
    • Head of State: Katerina Sakellaropoulou
    • Boulle of the Hellenes:
      • Ruling Party / Coalition: Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA), in coalition with the Communist Party of Greece (KKE)
        • Head of Government (Prime Minister): John Milios
      • Opposition Party: New Democracy
        • Head of Opposition: Kyriakos Mitsotakis
  • Capital City: Athens, Attica
  • Population: Decrease 10,207,412
    • Largest City: Athens
    • Largest Province: Attica
  • Economy: The economy of the Hellenic Republic is a large market-capitalist economy with a GDP of $209 Billion (USD). The economy’s main economic sectors include tourism, shipping, industrial products, food and tobacco processing, textiles, chemicals, metal products, mining, and petroleum.
    • Economic Growth (USD): Increase 3 Billion
    • Currency: Drachma (Euro till TBA)
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): Increase $28,223
    • Human Development Index (HDI): Increase 0.881
    • National Debt (In Billions): Decrease 373.42
    • Budget Deficit / Surplus (In Billions): Increase 42.6 Surplus
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • We continue our participation in conflicts from the previous year, but do not make any new developments of our own.
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Leaving the Eurozone: John Milios announces that the Hellenic Republic will begin to transition out of the Eurozone, stating: "The Eurozone is an idea that has worked for many nations; however, our economy is not compatiable with those of the Eurozone, and we must regain national control of our currency to allow for the reduction of our national debt." Policy experts' responses to this leaving of the Eurozone are generally positive.

Flag of Serbia.png Republic of Serbia

Situation in 2024 for Serbia: By 2024, Serbia is a nation slowly crumbling into oblivion due to democratic backsliding, population decline and worsening economy. The Serbian Patriotic Front, or the SPAS, has been slowly turning into a Eurosceptic party, after seeing the European Union's poor handling of the Refugee Crisis. Serbia's rebelling province, Kosovo, is also suffering from ethnic clashes between the Serbians and the Albanians, and tensions there are at an all-time high. It won't be long until the nation goes through major changes. The National Assembly Election is in 2024, will this be the beginning of the end for the SNS and a democratic Serbia?

  • Nation Ideology: Neoliberalist Populism (Center-right)
  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
    • President: Ana Brnabić
    • Narodna skupština:
      • Ruling Party / The Majority: Serbian Progressive Party
      • Prime Minister: Aleksandar Vučić
      • President of the National Assembly: Aleksandar Šapić
    • National Assembly 2024-2028: (250 Seats)
      • Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) - 132/250
      • Serbian Patrotic Alliance (SPAS) - 95/250
      • Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) - 14/250
      • United Serbia (JS) - 6/250
      • Party for Democratic Action (PDD) - 2/250
      • Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDAS) - 1/250
        • Main Opposition Party: SPAS
        • Head of Opposition: Aleksandar Šapić
  • Capital City: Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Population: Decrease 6,734,921
    • Largest Cities:
      • 1. Belgrade - 1,712,000
      • 2. Novi Sad - 352,000
      • 3. Nis - 266,000
    • Major Ethnicities:
      • Serbs - Increase 84.2%
      • Hungarians - Decrease 3.1%
      • Roma (Gypsy) - Decrease 2.9%
      • Bosniaks - Decrease 1.8%
      • Others - Increase 8%
    • Major Religions:
      • Orthodox Christianity - Decrease 81.5%
      • Catholicism - Decrease 4.4%
      • Islam - Increase 3.6%
      • Protestantism - Decrease 0.7%
      • Others - Decrease 1.1%
      • Irreligious - Increase 8.7%
  • Economy: Serbia's economy, by 2024, is based around the export of energy like natural gas and hydroelectric power, but it also has a capitalist economy, like investment, car selling, tourism, arms sale and manufacturing.
    • Currency: Serbian Dinar
    • GDP (PPP) Total: Decrease $128.9 billion USD
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): Decrease $19,139
    • Human Development Index (HDI): Decrease 0.804 (Very High)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Serbian Democratic Protests - After a bill which allows the Serbian government to monitor the internet usage of citizens was passed, massive protests broke out at both Nis and Belgrade. Over 300 people are arrested as a result.
    • Kosovo Crisis - Tensions in Kosovo hits a new high, as ethnic violence between the Kosovans and the Serbs turned into fist fights. We would now increase our military presence in the area, increasing our garrison in Kosovo to 1500 soldiers.
    • SPAS - Šapić makes a speech at Nis, calling that Serbia has to reunify all Serbs on Earth, as well as becoming more aggressive towards the "Evil Imperialists", which is the United States of America.
    • Unemployment - Our unemployment rates increases again to 9.3%, after the unemployment rate dropped in the past two years. This is due to a worsening economy, brought on by our democratic backsliding.
    • Energy Production - We would begin construction on a windfarm towards the eastern border with Romania.
  • International Affairs (Diplomacy):
    • The Xinjiang Issue - We would continue to stand with China and Russia, and repeat that the West has no say in China's internal affairs.
    • Russo-Ukranian War - We would voice our support for Russia for their retaking of Ukraine, and provide them with a voluteer regiment to fight in Ukraine as well.
    • Myanmar Civil War - We would welcome the ceasefire being negotiated between the different factions of the Myanmar Civil War, and we will also send them humanitarian aid to the country.
    • Indian COVID-19 Crisis - As a result of the increase of COVID-19 Cases in India, we would provide oxygen tanks and 50 doctors to Mumbai, in hopes of helping the populated but imporvished nation.
    • Second European Migriant Crisis - We would increase our border patrols on the Serbia-Macedonia border, to prevent any immegriants from attempting to enter mainland Europe.
    • Moon Landing - We would congratulate the United States for their success of the moon landing.

Flag of Spain.png Kingdom of Spain


Information (before turn):

  • King: Felipe VI, Since 2014
  • Prime Minister: Pablo Cassado
  • Capital: Madrid
  • Population: 48.65
  • Economy: The economy of Spain is mainly built off manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceuticals, textiles and apparel, footwear, chemicals, and a booming tourism industry, and slowly economy is being built off weapon manufacturing (nuclear weapons, guns, etc.)
  • GDP per Capita: 32, 657 USD (2023)

Turn III:

  • Government: Prime Minister Cassado bans Same-Sex Marrige in favor of legal unions, LGBTQ+ groups very critical.
  • Government: The Democratic People's Party becomes popular among younger generations with more of them joining Rojas' fight.
  • Population: 1.2% increase of last year
  • Economy: Fall of 1.5%
  • Wars and Conflits: More Democratic People's Party riots cause police action towards the protests of Prime Minister Cansado.
  • Internal Affairs: Roberto Cruz, second in command of the Democratic People's Party, was shot by a Spanish nationalist, Rojas swears full vengence for his friend.
  • Moderator: Spain does not have the capability to produce nuclear weapons.

Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)


  • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Autocratic In Public: “Republic”
  • Language: Turkish
  • Ethnicity: Turkish
  • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
  • Population: 86.2 Million Increase
  • GDP: 816.7 Billion USD Increase
  • HDI: .863Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • Ethnicity and Refugees: (Secret: We would cancel the ethnic cleansing and colonising agenda, because we would think that by doing so, the world would hate us. We would continue a little more on making more infrastructure, but slow it down because we would want to build when it would be SAFE.) We would stop aggression toward the Syrian refugees, but only let the ill and elderly pass.
        • (Secret thoughts: we wouldn’t want to be antagonised by the United Nations, and to lower the chances that the LMPE will intervene in the conflict.)
        • We would also begin integrating the Kurds into our society, and say the nation is the home for all people different or alike.
      • Economy: We would decrease taxation and increase government spending, to overcome the recession that we were facing. We would start to decrease the unemployment rate as we would enable more people to have jobs. We plan to recover most or all of the economy by the end of the decade, or maybe 5 years after the war, mostly secondary, tertiary, and quaternary jobs; we would also plan to revive ⅔ of the primary jobs, because there would be a lot of uneducated people in the countryside.
      • Coronavirus: We would declare the Coronavirus to be over in February, claiming that now the virus threat is gone, and we completely reopen our economy.
      • Refugee Crisis 2.0: We would make sure that refugees don't go into our country, but the refugees we find are either rejected or put into refugee camps, without violence.
      • Climate Change: We warn our nation about the fatally increasing amount of mutilage in the Marmara Sea, and we require all factories in our nation to use filters and encourage them to not dump waste into the sea, require to not to in the Marmara Sea. We also take the hard mutilage in the shores and donate it to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) where they can put the phytoplankton-full mutilage into environments that need it.
      • Far-Right Movements: We make an announcement that "All political parties, who plan to, withold, or harbor a sympathy for the beliefs that may but not limited to, organizing hate groups, promoting fascism, discriminating against people of a different race, language, religion, ethnicity, or sex, and those who do not heed our warning will face a permanent ban to protect the social rights of all people inside the Turkish Republic, including immigrants, refugees, temporary workers, or tourists."
    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts: Syria: We’d get more of the air force involved in the battlefields. And, we would concentrate some of our resources in attacking the port town of Latakia. First, we would move slowly but with good aerial support, making a gradual attack. After bombing the area surrounding it, a more swift, but unexpectedly fast invasion allows us to gain the port town and we would also be successful in Jableh. We would speak of our successes back home, and tell that the soldiers who had died for our country didn’t die in vain. We would also bomb the syrian ports, to limit any resources being sent from foreign entities.
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        • Kurdistan: We would make more concentrated attacks rather than one big one. We would also bomb the local infrastructure like train tracks or factories, but limit the civilian casualties to more safely integrate them after the war is over. We would also bomb more of the eastern part of the country, to avoid Iranians entering via land transportation. We would make a little pocket in the west, along with a spearhead to encircle the western army. We would also make a bait attack in the west of Rawandiz, but then instead make a concentrated attack in the East, longening the Kurdish supply lines and decreasing morale among soldiers.
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      • Army: We would begin examining the S-400s that we had bought from the Russians in this decade or the previous one. By the end of the year, we have nearly figured it out, and are already producing half its parts. We believe by the end of the next year, the Syrian air force would have worn out.
      • Diplomacy: (Secret: We would ask an economic and military alliance from Saudi Arabia (Named: Federation Of The Crescent (FOTC) due to our matching interests about the other powers in the Middle East; Egypt, but mostly Iran. We promise that if they or another member in our alliance needs help, we would gladly give it to them.) We would also try to not get in a too rocky relationship with the West, not doing much else besides the war to avoid Western suspicion.
        • When the Saudis accept our offer for an alliance, we would also send invitations to: Iraq, Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain, U.A.E., North Cyprus Turkish Republic (Does that count?), Yemen, Sudan, Djibouti, Tunusia, Algeria, Morocco, also Oman and Qatar (I just want to test my luck on those two).
          • Mod Response: Azerbaijan and North Cyprus gladly accept the offer, as expected of the two states within Turkish orbit. However, every other state invited outright rejects or returns an ambiguous response due to the presence of existing blocs and wildly varying conflicts of interest. (I am NOT rolling a dice for every single one of them)
      • Ideology and Other Beliefs: We would start increasing the part of nationalism where the whole race of a country would be united; we would increase the belief that all Turks should be free from foreign rule and united under a single entity.

Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - [[User:FireBlaze19|FireBlaze19] (talk)


  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 37.4 million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:[[1]]
      • Krakow:769000
      • Lodz:678000
      • Wroclaw:642000
      • Poznan:533202
      • Gdansk:465620
  • Economy:The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups.
    • GDP per Capita: 21326.41 USD Increase
    • HDI: 0.899Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • The Refugee Crisis 2.0:The current United Right Government is denying entry for refugees for extremely xenophobic reasons. However, the result is mass protests all over the nation, especially the families of immigrants to the UK, who picked up ideas of multiculturalism their and brought them back. These protest mingle with those protesting against Falangist approach adopted the the current ruling coalition which is also unpopular with younger Poles.
      • The General Election Results:The United Right Coalition has won once again but lost several seats to the Polish coalition and the civic coalition, which has been recently become popular with younger generations over their climate policies, Falangism and stance on multiculturalism.
      • The Green dawn in Poland: In a country once reluctant about acting on the climate, things have changed. A new wind farm on the Baltic Sea is unveiled, estimated to provide at least 420 megawatts of power. Meanwhile, a campaign in the polluted valleys of the south called Ucieknij przed smogiem (Escape the Smog) has encouraged people to decrease coal consumption. Coal mining has taken a heavy hit, as energy companies take growing interest in gas, nuclear, wind and biofuels.


    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Myanmar Civil War: We shall continue to support the National Unity Government in the Myanmar Civil Wars ending weapons and medical supplies as well as humanitarian aid to civilians caught in the crossfire. However, we condemn the environmental destruction caused during the war.
        • Russo-Ukranian War: We, fearing that Russia will come for us next, assemble our troops en masse on the border between Russia and Poland, as well as putting troops on the Ukrainian and Belorussian border on alert.
        • Military: First shipment of 32 F-35s has arrived, strengthening our air force, while an additional 10,000 soldiers have joined the ranks. New self propelled guns and 10 M142 HIMARS have also arrived. Training has become more vigorous due to the Russian threat. The modernisation of the Land Forces has been sped up.
      • Diplomacy:
        • United Kingdom: We congratulate Queen Elizabeth II for reigning for so long
        • United States of America: We congratulate NASA for the Artemis 2 landing.
        • Russia:We condemn Russia for its invasion, an act of agression.
        • NATO:We wish to know the opinon of NATO nations on the Russian invasion of Ukraine
        • Ukraine: (Secret: We want to send military equipment to the Ukrainian Army) Sorry we can't fully support you, we don't want to be invaded.
          • Ukrainian Diplomacy: Polish materiel support is well received.


Turn IV: 2025

Events

Impressively restrictive and oppressive measures on women’s autonomy in Brazil does bring the birth rate up by incredible levels but also sparks mass riots; a large-scale rebellion sparking out in the country, particularly around the southern coast and its most populated regions. The Brazilian Revolution also sees a series of uprisings in the Amazon region against lumber industry workers as indigenous groups take control of the city of Manaus and declare the Amazon Social Republic; all of this, the rebellions south and North, supported by their friends in Venezuela and Colombia. The Tide Goes On.' The war in Myanmar continues on into its fourth year, with zones of control solidifying as NUG and Tatmadaw forces have shifted to maintaining control of the populace within their territories. Food shortages have led to mass riots in large cities, with the Tatmadaw faring slightly worse than the NUG. Separatist movements have also begun to be firmly entrenched in their respective areas, with the major factions courting them to either side. Most notably, the Shan Coalition has been promised full independence by the Tatmadaw in exchange for a ceasefire.

West Africa experiences the worst drought on record, with mass crop failures triggering a famine in the region. Riots break out across major cities in the region, with brutal crackdowns following. The government of Liberia is overthrown by the military, which begins disproportionately distributing grain and freshwater, keeping military officers and their families fed while entire villages waste away.

Alexander Lukashenko is re-elected in the 2025 Belarussian elections after winning by suspicious margins, prompting a fresh wave of protests by the populace, which have gotten more and more daring in the past few years.

On the other side of the world, anti-war and republican protests and riots in Thailand eventually devolve into revolution, leading to clashes between civilian militias and government forces. Isolated reports of rogue military cells involved in the Myanmar Civil War allegiant to the Thai republican movement leak into the media. Within weeks, the Thai government withdrew all divisions active in the Myanmar Civil War to quell civil unrest, armed border patrols notwithstanding. Throughout the entire ordeal, the Thai King had been living in and exercising powers from his hotel suite in Bavaria since 2020, and as such was not present to be thrown to an angry mob when they stormed various royal residences and government buildings. The Thai military began to show signs of instability after months of civil unrest, prompting pro-republican and pro-junta factions to split away. By the end of the year, the Thai monarchy was considered to have been deposed with a civilian government in its place, forming the Republic of Thailand. Pockets of loyalist forces remain in rural areas, however the frequency of clashes has been on the decline.

Members of the Afrikaaner community within South Africa begin holding separatist rallies in high-profile cities. These rallies are subsequently suppressed by the government, sometimes with extreme violence.

Pope Francis passes away at the age of 89. The papal conclave elects to elevate Phillipe Barbarin to the papacy, taking the name Julius to become Pope Julius IV. In his first appearance as Pope Julius, he talks about the need for “spiritual purity” and on ending the period of “church softening” as he calls it.

Major European cities have become war-zones between alt-right gangs and immigrant groups, with some reporting serious damage due to the conflict. In a highly publicized case, a four-year-old Palestinian girl is lynched in the town square of Łódź, Poland. Major parties make serious attempts at curtailing such violence, leading to a serious increase in government surveillance throughout the continent.


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Flag of Serbia.png Republic of Serbia

Situation in 2025 for Serbia: 2025 was a year filled with uncertainty for Serbia and for our rebellious province, Kosovo. Ethnic violence between the Serbs and the Roma, as well as religious discrimation against the Muslims have been steadily rising. In the mist of this tension, some extremist far-right parties have been gaining popularity, most notably the SPAS, who has now tilted far beyond their values in 2020. At the meantime, the situation in Europe is becoming more and more unstable. Can Serbia pull itself together? Or will Serbia crumble like it's European comrades?

  • Nation Ideology: Neoliberalist Populism (Center-right)
  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
    • President: Ana Brnabić
    • Narodna skupština:
      • Ruling Party / The Majority: Serbian Progressive Party
      • Prime Minister: Aleksandar Vučić
      • President of the National Assembly: Aleksandar Šapić
    • National Assembly 2024-2028: (250 Seats)
      • Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) - 132/250
      • Serbian Patrotic Alliance (SPAS) - 95/250
      • Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) - 14/250
      • United Serbia (JS) - 6/250
      • Party for Democratic Action (PDD) - 2/250
      • Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDAS) - 1/250
        • Main Opposition Party: SPAS
        • Head of Opposition: Aleksandar Šapić
  • Capital City: Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Population: Decrease 8,467,558
    • Largest Cities:
      • 1. Belgrade - 1,705,000
      • 2. Novi Sad - 350,000
      • 3. Nis - 264,000
    • Major Ethnicities:
      • Serbs - Decrease 84.0%
      • Roma (Gypsy) - Increase 3.3%
      • Hungarians - Decrease 2.9%
      • Bosniaks - Decrease 1.6%
      • Others - Increase 8.2%
    • Major Religions:
      • Orthodox Christianity - Decrease 81.3%
      • Catholicism - Decrease 4.2%
      • Islam - Increase 4.1%
      • Protestantism - Decrease 0.6%
      • Others - Decrease 1.0%
      • Irreligious - Increase 8.8%
  • Economy: Serbia's economy, in 2025, is based around the export of energy like natural gas and hydroelectric power, but it also has a capitalist economy, like investment, car selling, tourism, arms sale and manufacturing.
    • Currency: Serbian Dinar
    • GDP (PPP) Total: Decrease $128.4 billion USD
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): Decrease $15,163
    • Human Development Index (HDI): Decrease 0.802 (Very High)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Pristina Massacre - On April 2nd, which is the start of Islam's holy month Ramadan, a group of Orthodox extremists stormed into a mosque in Pristina, and murdered 35 people in the mosque, most of whom were women and children. Over 100 more were injured as well.
    • Aftermath of the Massacre - Ana Brnabić would denounce the extremists, and repeat that there should not be violence against a minority of citizens due to their religion.
    • Ada Bridge Disaster - On May 5th, a suicidal bomber blew their car up on Ada Bridge, destroying the bridge itself, and killing 16 people due to the car exploding next to an oil truck. It was later found that the bomber blew the bridge up as an act of revenge for the Pristina Massacre.
    • Police Funding - We would increase our arming on our police forces, equipping them with submachine guns, while increasing the spending on the police forces by a whopping 20%.
    • Right-wing Merge - Aleksandar Šapić announces the merger between the Serbian Patrotic Alliance, United Serbia and New Serbia, forming a united ultranationalist party called the Serbian National Party (SNS), led by Šapić. The merge will come into effect on January 1st, 2026.
  • International Affairs (Diplomacy):
    • Belarusian Elections - We would express our concerns towards Belarus' rigged elections, keeping their dictator Alexander Lukashenko in power.
    • The Lodz Incident - We would express our condolences to the late girl's family, andd repeat that discrimination shall not be allowed.
    • Pope Julius IV - We would congratulate Pope Julius IV for his position.



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Kingdom of Bhutan - [https://future.fandom.com/wiki/User:SwordOfLands] - Turn

  • National Ideology: Chhoe-sid-nyi
  • Government: The Kingdom of Bhutan is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy ruled by the Druk Gyalpo, otherwise known as the “Dragon King”. It is governed by the Prime Minister and also consists of a Parliament, Upper House, and Lower House.
    • Druk Gyalpo (Dragon King): Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck
    • Prime Minister: Lotay Tshering
  • Capital City: Thimphu, Thimphu District
    • Major Cities
      • Thimphu
      • Damphu
      • Trashigang
  • Population: 754,388 +
    • Major Ethnicities
      • Ngalop people (Western Bhutanese)
      • Sharchops (Eastern Bhutanese)
      • Lhotshampa (Southern Bhutanese)
    • Major Religions
      • Vajrayana Buddhism
      • Hinduism
      • Bon/Indigenous faiths
      • Christianity
      • Islam
      • Other
  • Economy: Currently, Bhutan's main imports and exports involve hydroelectric and solar power, but also enjoy significant markets in agriculture, mining, production of goods such as carpets, graphite, lead, zinc, furniture, copper, mica, and tin. The country also exports food and drink products such as alcoholic and carbonated beverages, rice, processed fruits, apples. oranges, and trout. However, as tensions rise around the world, Bhutan has taken to conserving much of its goods to better serve the Bhutanese people as part of its self-reliance strategy.
    • Currency: Bhutanese ngultrum (also connected to the Indian rupee)
    • GDP: 2.702 billion +
    • HDI: 0.655 (indicated as "medium")
  • Internal Affairs
    • Bhutanese Modernization: The government of Bhutan announces to its people that steps will be made towards modernization of the country after years of major isolation and self-reliance. This would come just a few hours after the Thimphu Declaration. One of the first steps towards modernization includes a new accelerated program for the Royal Bhutan Army, which currently stands as the weakest military in the world. It has only two branches, the Royal Body Guards, responsible for the protection of the King himself, and the Royal Bhutan Police, which serve to maintain law and order and prevention of crime. Furthermore, for much of its history, Bhutan has relied on neighboring India for training and aerial support, which was also a significant landmark for the relationship between the two countries in the past decades. However, Bhutan has aims to upgrade and expand its military on its own, with stronger and more adaptable equipment, recruitment techniques, the formation of new branches, including the Royal Bhutan Air Force, and better funding. Steps have also been taken to improve Bhutanese society as a whole. The introduction of television in the 1990s was a popular move in itself, but several local companies have paved the way for the future, including the introduction of cell-phones and video game systems. Clothing is also beginning to change. In the past, the national dress for the Bhutanese was the gho, a knee-length garmet tied at the waist by a cloth belt, but now the country has introduced a more modern attire. Now of the defining traits of Bhutanese men is their long hair, typically reaching their shoulders. Although in the past their hair was traditionally cut short, they are now allowed many different styles, but must keep it at least somewhat long. Their attire usually consist of casual military attire, with a grey uniform and red scarves tied around their neck. Different styles are allowed for comfort. On the other hand, women's clothes now consist of dresses and other typically feminine clothing that is often decorated with tribal motifs, coins, sequins, metallic thread, and appliqués. Their hair is often tied back in ribbons. Different styles are allowed for comfort as well. That is just a handful of steps Bhutan is taking to modernize its society in alignment with the rest of the world. Some have begun propose that this is a move to not appear weak in front of its fellow countries. Only time will tell.
      • Bhutanese Nationalism: The Kingdom of Bhutan embraces a new wave of nationalism, instilling the belief that the Bhutanese should be united in a single entity, free from outside interference and affairs, manifesting the will of the Bhutanese people. The government has begun to enforce this by utilizing propaganda, racial pride, and devotion to the state. The Bhutanese civilian population responds favorably.
    • Proposed Expansion (Secret): Meanwhile, as the country begins to modernize, Bhutanese government officials meet in secrecy to discuss plans of possibly expanding its influence in central and southeastern Asia. Although their power is small, through their new program Bhutan aims to dominate East Asia as a whole. This is an ambitious task, but the Bhutanese are determined to make a comeback. They lay out plans for possible invasion scenarios, including the annexations of Nepal, Bangladesh, war-torn Myanmar, and possibly into Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
      • The proposed annexations of Southeast Asia are largely rejected by government and military officials as unethical, instead recommending the possibility of integrating Nepal and southern Tibetan China into the Kingdom of Bhutan. Early drafts of the invasions and annexations of Nepal and southern Tibetan China are beginning to take shape.
  • International Affairs (Diplomacy)
    • Thimphu Declaration: During a conference with Bhutanese Prime Minister Lotay Tshering, it is announced that in response to growing tensions around the world, Bhutan will suspend most of its diplomatic missions in foreign countries, and will instead transition to a new policy of self-reliance and isolation. Already a nation considered to be an outcast in the international community, Prime Minister Tshering declares that "...and through talks with the great and honorable Druk Gyalpo Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, we have concluded that the world has now become a dangerous place. We do not seek to harm our citizens, and will do all we can to keep them safe." The Bhutanese government starts to recall foreign diplomats from several consulates around the world, and states that every effort would be made to create a smooth transition in the country.
      • The Bhutanese government drafts a notice to the United Nations Security Council that it wishes to sever all ties with the organization as a whole. It awaits confirmation.
        • United Nations Communique: While the UN greatly regrets Bhutan's decision to withdraw from the organisation, their wishes will be respected. UN programs and missions in Bhutan will be withdrawn, and the UN Office in Thimpu vacated.

Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Leni Robredo
    • Vice President: Chel Diokno
  • Capital City: Manila
  • Population: Decrease 105,260,422
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.3 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $17,098
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.786
  • Diplomacy
    • The Philippine government announces support of the new civilian government in Thailand.
  • Internal Affairs
    • Mindanao earthquake: A magnitude 7.2 earthquake strikes near Davao City, killing 46 people and injuring 241.
    • Philippine Space Agency: Funding is increased for the Philippine Space Agency, to launch new satellites, as well as to push for its long-term goal to launch its own rockets sometime in the future.
    • Investigation on the Lumad Killings: Over 60 government officials and police officers are arrested in connection to the killings and forced displacement of indigenous people in Southern Mindanao.
    • The birth rate in the Philippines drops to a new low of 15.4 births per 1,000 people.

Flag of France.png French Republic:

  • Internal Affairs:
    • Right-wing Extremism & Mass Surveillance: The French government stands resolutely against violence against anyone, regardless of ethnic background or citizenship status. The government also stands against the fear-motivated turn towards mass surveillance in many other countries throughout Europe. Funding towards policing is increased. Furthermore, activities to promote the assimilation and de-ghettoisation of immigrants are ramped up significantly.

Artist's impression of wooden skyscraper

    • Wooden Buildings: The first wooden skyscrapers over 10 stories tall are approved following the approval of cross-laminated timber (CLT) technology for commercial skyscraper construction purposes.
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • South Africa: The French embassy urges restraint on the part of the South African government and their treatment of rally-goers and reminds South Africa of its history of racially-charged riots and to not give people reason to rebel.
    • West Africa Food Crisis: Food and humanitarian aid is offered to West African countries on the condition of strengthened democratic and market institutions [Mod Response].
      • Mod Response: The aid is accepted in most countries, with the exception of the Gambia, Liberia, Ghana, and Nigeria. There is some restructuring of relevant institutions, but not much is done with regards to the French conditions.

Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - [[User:FireBlaze19|FireBlaze19] (talk)


  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 37.44million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:[[2]]
      • Krakow:769300
      • Lodz:677500
      • Wroclaw:641800
      • Poznan:533000
      • Gdansk:465820
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields.’’’
    • GDP per Capita: 23326.61 USD Increase
    • HDI: 0.900 Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • The Lodz Lynching: After the lynching of a Palestinian girl, protests spring like wildfire all over the country, firstly in Warsaw and Lodz on the 3rd of March 2025. 15 people are arrested, and after significant pressure from protests and the opposition, who band together to fight the Falangism of the government, a curfew is imposed on Lodz, effective 20th of April 2025 while armed police swarm the area, arresting 17 people suspected of being involved in the lynching in 2 months and clashing between far-right groups. The leader of the Civic Coalition, Jan Kowlaski, makes a speech demanding higher government control over stopping the mobs, calling them ‘a threat to our society, and their actions will never be justified. They think themselves as heroes, but in truth they are the villains of the tale of our nation’. The president declined to comment. The curfew was lifted one month later but surveillance has increased drastically with more armed police patrolling the streets after around 30 more similar attacks occurred across the nation.
      • Never Again: The Lodz Incident was not the only time such a crime happened. Just 3 days after the Lodz Lynching, a far-right mob in Torun attacked several Syrian refugees who had recently been accepted, killing 2 of them and injuring another 3. This sparked even more protests across the nation, led by the Never Again Association, with youth activist Maja Zumanski as a prominent figure. In response, armed police and riot police were sent into Torun to arrest the members of the mob. They arrested 9 attackers, plus 18 more in clashes with police. After this, the amount of riot police and anti-terrorist police was increased, with more and more officers being issued tasers. However, due to the nature of the current government, not much else is done to support refugees, causing uproar. The burden falls onto NGOs who do their best.
      • The Green dawn in Poland-Part 2: After hearing about the drought in west Africa, the government decided to take even more action with tackling the climate crisis. The target is to be carbon neutral by 2060, so renewables and nuclear are slowly phasing out fossil fuels in energy, while the purchase of electric cars has been supported. A new act has been passed, called the Green House Act, which requires all new homes built in 2025 to meet a set of criteria to reduce carbon emissions, while all other houses must be upgraded to environment regulation standards by 2035. The unveiling of a nuclear power station and a solar power station, construction of electric car charging points throughout major cities and plans for Petri meat experiments are other major milestones the Polish nation has made in tackling the climate crisis. 22% of electricity is now generated by renewables.


    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Myanmar Civil War: We shall continue to support the National Unity Government in the Myanmar Civil Wars ending weapons and medical supplies as well as humanitarian aid to civilians caught in the crossfire. However, we condemn the environmental destruction caused during the war. Now that things have calmed down a little, we will send more humanitarian aid to the NUG to support their populace, as well as a team for a civic action program and a team of military advisors.
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: Seeing that Russia has not yet played a move, we will bring some of our soldiers back home but put them ready for action and be prepared to mobilise the full might of our troops.
        • Military: Our first flight with the F-35s has shown that they are combat ready, while the modernisation of our land forces continues, with 50% completion. Tanks are being refurbished, while the development of a new tank, the PL-02 stealth tank, is being created after the PL-O1 was scrapped.
      • Diplomacy:
        • Ukraine: (Secret: Thank you for accepting our military sales. We will send ammunition, artillery pieces, small arms, vehicles, logistical equipment, reconnaissance equipment, humanitarian aid and blueprints for our latest PL-02 stealth tank as well as a model so you can learn how to make these tanks against the Russians. We can help with espionage, but in return we want to keep an eye on the blueprints to make sure they are fully protected. They cannot afford to be lost.)
        • Serbia: We assure Serbia that we are doing our best to stop any more such incidents. We also express condolences for the terrorist attack, and our thoughts tonight will be with the victims of the attack.
        • Vatican City: We congratulate Pope Julius IV for his new position.
        • Belarus: We express concerns over the Belarussian Elections, which are evidently rigged to keep Lukashenko, a tyrannical dictator, in power. We will support the protests.
        • Thailand: We congratulate the Republic of Thailand for overthrowing the old oppressive regime and offer to support them.

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Ebrahim Raisi (until August); Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi (after August)
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 90,129,417
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $819,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $24,000
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.759 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: Our focus in Afghanistan remains similar to last year; trying to eliminate pockets of Taliban forces wherever they’re cut off from their respective groups by starving them of supplies and then moving in with ground forces. Our troops in Afghanistan remain constant at 100,000. We scale back our air strikes in Afghanistan and ramp up our anti-Taliban propaganda campaign, hoping to take advantage of our opponents current disarray. We are blaming the Taliban as solely responsible for the destruction of the country. This will be distributed both online and in paper form. As former minister of communications, President Jahromi takes a particular interest in the propaganda campaign.
    • Syrian Civil War: Our forces stationed in Syria are relocated to the North of the country, where they are not to seek out direct combat with Turkish forces but instead assist the local Syrian population with evacuation and if necessary fight in self defence or in defence of the local population.
    • Yemeni Civil War: Our air forces in Yemen continue to support the Houthi rebels by disrupting enemy air operations against them and continue to support Houthi ground forces from the air. We increase the amount of aid sent to the Houthis, ending our aid to Libya in order to do so.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • 2025 Presidential Election: 2025 sees a wave of support for reformism, with the reformist candidate Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi (former Minister of Information and Communications Technology) winning 57% of the popular Presidential vote, defeating the incumbent Ebrahim Raisi. At age 42, Jahromi is the first President born after the 1979 Iranian revolution.
    • Nuclear Research & Power: Our construction at the Darkhovin site goes well with Estehlal-1 completed late in 2025 and Estehlal-2 predicted for completion in 2026. [Secret] As we will begin enriching Uranium to 85% at the Natanz nuclear facility in 2026, we establish the Project for the Development of Special Defence Technology (PDSDT) codenamed the “Cyrus Project” which will be headed by Fereydoon Abbasi-Davani and will begin working to develop a nuclear weapon immediately [End Secret].
    • Clean energy: We are now looking to diversify our energy supply and economy away from reliance on non-renewable resources. To begin with this a 300 hectare solar array is commissioned in Razavi Khorasan province. Expected to produce 220-gigawatt hours of electricity the array (dubbed the Ardakanian Solar Array) will begin construction in 2026 and is expected to be complete in 2030.
    • Naval upgrades: With our first Besat-class submarines to be completed next year we are looking to build a more modern fleet, and begin looking to begin construction of a new class of arsenal ships. Following design, we hope to begin construction in 2027.
    • Iranian Space Program: Both the Toloo and Sharif satellites are scheduled for launch in early to mid 2027 with a major test of our rocket systems to be conducted in 2026. [Secret] Using data collected from both the 2026 test and our test flights last year, the Iranian military will be looking to design reliable medium-range missiles that will be able to reach foreign military targets in case of conflict. We hope to develop a missile with a range of 3000km [End Secret].
  • Diplomacy:
    • Israel: We seek to enter a period of détente with the Israeli government. We offer to establish an Israeli embassy in Tehran and ask to be able to establish our own embassy in Israel.
      • Israeli Diplomacy: We are surprised by Iranian diplomacy, but welcome it nonetheless.
    • Turkey & Syria: We would like to offer to help negotiate an end to Turkish involvement in Syria, as such we invite both Turkish and Syrian representatives to a summit in Tehran. We propose some terms that we hope both parties will find acceptable as a starting point: Turkey will withdraw all its military forces from Syrian territory (Iran offers to do the same) and a force comprised of forces from neutral LPME nations will be stationed in the original 30km "safe zone" established by Turkey to facilitate the resettlement of refugees.
      • Syrian Diplomacy: Damascus is agreeable to the terms laid out by Iran.

Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)


  • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Autocratic In Public: “Republic”
  • Language: Turkish
  • Ethnicity: Turkish
  • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
  • Population: 87.1 Million Increase
  • GDP: 812.7 Billion USD Decrease
  • HDI: .869Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • Cities & Infrastructure: On February 5th, one of our talented colleagues had a brilliant idea: the thought of making a new city on the shores of the new Istanbul Canal and the Marmara Sea. We immediately begin to make plans for the city, and where everything would be, and we make the foundation for the new city.
      • IMPORTANT: “TRUE COLORS” CRISIS
      • On March 26th 2024 Ankara, Turkey, a civilian finds what seemed like “8 giant trucks moving through the traffic like a fool’s circus”, and he later sees them unloading at the President's Complex, filled with lots of Nike’s shoe boxes. The civilian was confused because the previous day the biggest Nike’s store in Ankara said that it was out of shoes for the whole week. When he went down to see the mystery himself. He identified there not being shoes in the shoe boxes, but piles of money. The civilian immediately reported to the police, and they came to investigate, where most of the workers unloading were caught. The ones who gave up to the pressure in the questioning told the police that it was no theft of sorts, and they were taking the money to the President Complex because they were ordered to.
      • Erdogan hears the news, and he claims that he is “unusually busy with the new ‘stuff’”, and unable to come. Normally, Erdogan would have taken 15 years in jail, but the thoughts that it was not his only sin seemed to get into the minds of the people, and the suspicions were right. In his presidency, he had taken lots of innocent journalists and religious people, and had been in prison under policies that violated human’s rights. He also found out that there was cooperation between mafia gangs, terrorist organizations including but not limited to ISIS, and the government. Looking from the facts, all the experts and politicians agree on one other concept: that Erdogan has faked the coup of 2016 for undying popularity. Faced with all of these facts, after weeks of hot debates, it is decided by the jury that he should take the death sentence, because of the violation of multiple human’s rights and unjustly imprisoning innocent civilians and journalists.
      • What happens next is more complicated: now that the President has been kicked out, somebody else would have to kick in. Normally the Vice President had the privilege to do this, but people think that because of the replacement of multiple Vice Presidents the vice president is highly sympathetic to Erdogan. A new president must take charge. The Jury decides that this would not count for one of the two terms applied to a president.
      • The bid for presidency is a 3-way struggle:
      • The AKP (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi): Now led by the vice president who denies any knowledge of the sins of Erdogan, Fuat Oktay is the candidate of the once overpowering Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, would at first be an equal to the other two candidates, but then he has a massive loss in popularity and dropped out of the race before the election started.
      • The CHP (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi): Is led by Salih Arslan (I made it up), which defeated the reigning Kemal Kilicdaroglu in the primaries, already had a kick start for being the more popular party above all the others except for the AKP. It is a social democrat party, and it supports the countryside a little bit more than the urban centers. It is slightly victorious against the HDP and wins the election.
      • The HDP (Halklarin Demokratik Partisi): Is led by Pervin Buldan which has Kurdish origins. In the primaries she was almost tied to Mithat Sancar, and some supporters of Mithat Sancar switched to CHP to seek revenge, since in the last years the two had gotten strong words against each other. Still, it was a good match against the CHP.
      • Salih Arslan promises his country greatness and urbanization.
      • Far-Right Movements: In recent years the far-right movements have flourished, but not as successful as their counterparts in Europe. Upon a small groups of Turks showing violence against two Kurds in Sivas, Salih Arslan replies with a new law, that:
      • “From now on, the act of doing, containing the desire to, harboring, or showing sympathy to people, groups, and organizations that make statements or perform acts of violence against peoples for regard of their race, ethnicity, background, beliefs, religion and sex will not be tolerated, and a minimum of 2 to 5 years of prison is guaranteed for anyone who does not heed our warning to preserve the human rights and peace inside our nation.”
      • We also ban all parties that we claim to be radically right, marking them as nothing more than hate groups who want to ruin the lives of people who are different from us.
      • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
      • Syria: I don’t find it needed to RP, since we accept the Iranian offer for peace and negotiation in the “Diplomacy” section.
      • Kurdistan: We use the 22 S-400s to wipe out near the entirety of the Kurdish air forces which were supplied by other countries. We first start out with the air force elimination campaign for a month, then we make a 4-month bombardment of military and infrastructure (not targeting civilians) targets, and we reduce the morale of the Kurds. Unfortunately there are a few times where insurgents target our supply lines, but with heavy guards and little land to occupy there are little major effects of the insurgents. In the 4 months, we make a detailed battle plan on where to strike. After 4 months of the bombing on July 11th, we began the blitz operation. Not everything works to plan because of the True Colors Crisis and small divisions in the army but we still manage to gain lots of ground. In the 2-month blitz operation, about 35% of the Kurdish army (that is alive) have been captured. [Insert Mod Responses here] If the operation is a success, on November 29th, we ask the Kurds to surrender, arguing that they do not have any chance of success, and that if they surrendered now, we would release all the army peacefully and urbanize their former lands (for what they would lose, it is their lands.)
        • Mod: Wiping out the entire Kurdish air force is pretty much godmodding, as well as claiming to have captured a sixth of their army. The Kurds have rejected most offers made by Ankara, perceived to be one-sided, and will reject this one as well.
      • Army: We finish the examination and produce all the parts needed for about 22 S-400s and assemble them, including a good amount of reserve components. [Secret] We also start training of a new small but elite group of 2,000 Turks who would be called “Turk Ozel Saldiri Seckin Birimleri” (TOSSB). These men would be selected from the strongest Turk soldiers who would be trained hard to match the elite fighting forces across the globe, and we have plans to raise it to 3,500 in a few years. [End Secret]
      • Diplomacy: We accept the Iranian offer for cooperation. Our preference is this map:
      • We also confront the Serb and Kosovoan presidents in Ankara where after some talks we give them this paper to sign:
      • https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FiJxooitcHCp2qSjGqp6boASNPLt1D83oqQJ8fNMPyQ/edit?usp=sharing Btw, Serbia, you can just put here that you sign it. [Also Mod Needed For Kosovo To Approve Or Deny]
        • Kosovar Diplomacy: Pristina rejects the offer, on account that families can be forcefully coerced to lie about their ethnicity. There is literally no way to achieve the terms stipulated in the treaty than to commit a mass violation of privacy.


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      • Iranian Diplomacy: We cannot accept any peace deal that would result in the annexation of territory from our Syrian allies. We query why Turkey appear to have abandoned their previous goal of merely creating a buffer for Syrain refugees?
      • Turkish Diplomacy: We decided that if we put up a syrian refugee buffer zone in where the Kurds are of majority, there would be growing long-term hate for each other, and it would only be a matter of time before the Far-Right movements of Europe would leak into the Middle East. We also say that lots of our brave soldiers died, and that if the only change would be a 30-mile "buffer zone" that was also in charge of the LPME, then the lives of the Turks dying on the Syrian battlefields would be in vain. I enjoy your support for Syria, but there are factions beyond the LPME who has also contributed changes in the civil war and beyond.
      • Syrian Diplomacy: Damascus would vehemently reject any offer that results in the loss of Syrian territory, regardless of Turkish justification. Any attempts to strongarm this treaty into force will be brought before the UN to be challenged under international law.
      • Turkish Diplomacy: We are not happy about it, but we accept, and the 30-Mile "Safe/ Buffer Zone" will be redrawn to this, but that Turkey would be given moderate war reparations from LPME, and we also warn the LPME stating the fact that Europe is being overrun by Far-Right movements and it could cause a resurgence of terrorism if we are not careful and also may start a kurdish resurgence as well. To properly prevent this, if the Kurds and the Syrians do not get along and violence starts, the buffer zone will either be shrunk in size or redrawn.
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      • Iranian Diplomacy: We find these terms acceptable, if Syria does. We are willing to help pay reasonable reparations to Turkey.

Ideology and Other Beliefs: We continue to increase the popularity of the belief that all Turks should be united under the rule of one central authority.

Turn V: 2026

Events

The Myanmar Civil War begins to cool down. The Tatmadaw government successfully negotiates separate deals with ethnic militias. There are rumors of talks between Tatmadaw and the NUG, but there is nothing substantial as of yet. Sporadic skirmishes occur during patrols, but there have been no major offensives.

Inspired by the Thai Revolution of 2025, the Belarussian populace rises up against the Lukashenko administration en masse. Internet access within the country is cut off in the following months, while reports that do make it out of the region detail police brutality, random raids on households, and unverified reports of Russian soldiers patrolling major cities alongside the Belarussian Armed Forces.

Afrikaner separatist rallies continue in spite of government suppression, with sympathizers within the government criticizing the actions taken towards these "peaceful protestors".

Far right Turkish groups gather in major cities to protest the ban on far right political parties. These protests are characterized by acts of vandalism and theft, particularly in the well-documented case of the attempted storming of the Grand National Assembly. The Turkish government website has been hacked several times to include messages from organizations such as the Grey Wolves, as well as calls for Erdogan to be reinstalled as president as "he was framed by the insipid liberals".

Syria rejects the so-called peace offer from Turkey, citing that the creation of a buffer zone to be almost exclusively populated by displaced refugees is "excessively complex" and "the most unorthodox thing they have heard since ISIS was relevant". Clashes continue between the central government and the rebels, while the SDF begins pushing back against foreign occupation, bolstered by firearms and materiel of suspiciously frequent American make.

The Russo-Ukrainian War rages on, with NATO funneling expeditionary forces and material support to Kiev to counter the Russian advance. Demonstrations take place in cities such as New York City, London, Paris, and Berlin, calling for their respective governments to support Ukraine by directly intervening in the war, while others call for their governments to stay out of the war instead.

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Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 93,741,668
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $858,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $23,500
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.757 (High)
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: We remain determined to help our Afghan allies restore peace to their nation, with our troops fighting valiantly against both Taliban splinter groups. However we have decided that this cause would be better served if we were to focus our efforts on eliminating the forces lead by Muhammad Rasul in Western Afghanistan first, and with our forces elsewhere in Afghanistan working foremost to defend the territory held by the Afghan government from the terrorist forces. Our forces in the west will be supported by concentrated armour forces and aerial support to help them take strategic locations before using infantry, strategic air strikes and aerial surveillance to weed out all remaining Taliban forces in the Afghan countryside.
    • Syrian Civil War: Having been unable to achieve a peace deal, we stand fully committed to supporting our Syrian allies to the fullest extent of our power. 2 more divisions are stationed in Northern Syria, bringing the total to 5. Having previously stuck to a strictly defensive policy in Syria, we now embark on an aggressive attack against Turkish forces. Operation Shamshir is devised, to push the Turkish army back to the peacetime Syrian-Turkish border, with a consistent effort with our forces across the frontline. Our troops in Syria are put under the command of Hossein Salami.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Internet Censorship: This year Iran begins to see some relaxation of our restrictions on certain internet sites, with social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube all having their bans lifted, although these changes do not extend to most news sites such as ABC, BBC, CNN or Fox, nor does it extend to blocked VPNs or pornography sites.
    • Nuclear Research & Power: Estehlal-2 is complete, finishing our construction at the Darkhovin site. [Secret] The Cyrus Project continues making progress in 2026, as we also begin the enrichment of 85% purity uranium. Having obtained high-grade uranium we have confidence in the viability of this project [End Secret].
    • Clean energy: We break ground on the Ardakanian Solar Array, with President Jahromi travelling to the site as part of short film detailing Iran’s plans to future-proof itself. This film will also touch on the Darkhovin site.
    • Naval upgrades: 4 Besat-class submarines finish construction this year, 12 more are to be built by 2030. Pending design of our new class of arsenal ship, to be dubbed the “Allah’s Sword” class, construction of the ships will begin next year.
    • Iranian Space Program: 2026 sees a further increase in funding to our Space Agency, with this year’s budget being increased to $9 billion, ensuring that all our current projects will be completed on schedule. Our test of the Nowruz rocket system hence goes forward, with our hope that this will carry both the Toloo and Sharif satellites into space.
  • Diplomacy:
    • LPME: We call for all members of the LPME to assist Syria and Afghanistan in defeating the forces that seek to destroy their nations, pointing out that this is an integral part of the agreement we all made and one that must be upheld. In particular we would like to help organise an Egyptian entry into the war in Syria as we feel that we must both help Syria defeat the foreign forces working against our mutual ally.


Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Leni Robredo
    • Vice President: Chel Diokno
  • Capital City: Manila
  • Population: Decrease 105,962,192
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.3 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $18,125
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.792
  • Internal Affairs
    • Corporate Blacklisting: Legislation has been passed regarding blacklisting of several foreign corporations under the grounds of having monopolies on global industries that destroy competition or being unaccountable for labor and environmental violations. Blacklisting, in this context, means that the business entity will be barred from operating within the country, and may extend to the censorship of any forms of media (such as television shows, print media, radio, film and theater, music, video gaming, literature, and websites) owned by the company. Critics argue that this is an expensive and difficult move while proponents say these will protect smaller businesses.
    • Internet Censorship: The National Telecommunications Commission lifts the ban on all independent media and pornography sites that were previously banned by the Duterte administration.
    • COVID-19 Memorial: The country's first permanent memorial to the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines is opened in New Clark City. It contains memorial walls with the names of the more than 30,000 Filipinos who died from the disease, documentation of all emergency and relief efforts, large waterfall fountains, and a prayer hall.
    • Decolonization Protests: Mass demonstrations are held across 8 major cities in the Philippines demanding the separation of the Catholic Church and the state in politics. Among the protesters are various indigenous people, demanding historical reparations from the Church for their involvement in Western colonization, that still affects the state of their culture and community to this day. The Catholic Church also reports a dwindling amount of members in the Philippines, which was once Christianity's stronghold in Asia.

Flag of France.png French Republic:

  • Internal Affairs:
    • Social Media & Internet Censorship: Legislation has been passed prohibiting the censorship of social media users except where types of speech are explicitly prohibited by law. Investigations into reducing the monopoly over access to information that search engines such as Google are initiated.
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • Ukraine: A resolution to officially condemn Russia's actions against Ukraine is submitted to the European Parliament for consideration [Mod Response]. [Secret] French intelligence officers are dispatched to assist Ukraine in defending itself. Plans are made to get approval from the French Parliament to send troops to Ukraine. [/Secret]
      • European Parliament Response: The resolution has been passed near-unanimously.

  • Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)
    • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Autocratic “Republic”
    • Language: Turkish
    • Ethnicity: Turkish
    • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
    • Population: 85.6 Million
    • GDP: 817.9 Billion USD
    • HDI: .878
    • Internal Affairs:
    • Cities & Infrastructure: The project of the new city is halted due to recent political (both internal and external) events, but we hope to continue it later in the decade.
    • Protests of February: We tell the Far-Right groups that the foundation of the far-right ideology is racism and the feeling of superiority over others, and compares this to how the Nazis murdered millions, and that throughout the lifetime of the Grey Wolves, the biggest far-right organization in Turkey’s history, has committed more than 10,000 assassinations in its lifetime, the major targets being Kurds, politicians, and journalists. We say that we do this for our and the world’s safety, and that the incident at the Grand National Assembly would not be forgotten. We also deny any accusations of Erdogan being framed.
    • Far-Right Movements Continued [Secret]: We start to censor articles in newspapers that include far-right organizations and the far-rights are not antagonised to limit further spreading of the ideology. We also look for blogs and articles that support far-right organizations and get them deleted between 24-48 hours, including but not limited to websites like Facebook, Youtube, etc.. We also drastically increase the number of spies of and send funding to our spy agencies (Like the FBI) that report any case of people actively trying to spread the far-right ideology, and arrest them (These are kept from the news). [End Secret]
    • Rebuilding the Government: Salih Arslan begins to undo the authoritarian damage on the country’s government. He removes a few overpowered abilities of the president including cancelling the parliament (Just in case there is a misunderstanding: we removed this ability).
    • International Affairs:
    • Wars and Conflicts:
    • Syria: Hearing that the conflict was arrogantly lengthened by the Syrians, and the fact that the Iranians have over doubled their military presence in the region, we decide to increase our presence as well; we reinforce our troops there with 5 more divisions to answer to Iran. [Secret] We make battle plans to attack major Syrian cities if the Iranians do not make a major invasion. It is not named yet, but we will name it if we decide to initiate the plan. [End Secret] We attack a few specific locations that are listed on the map, and fortify our borders thereafter. Our priorities of fortifying are supply lines and parts of the frontline that are apt to a spearhead or possible encirclements, and we attack a few specific places to do so (This is for the mods to do). [Mod Response Here]
      • Mod Response: Advances in SAR-controlled territory are deemed successful, however the SDF repels the SIG advance in the northeast.
    • Aid for Syrian Democratic Forces: We also give the Syrian Democratic Forces down south lots of supplies, this year a total of 1,534 guns, 11,394 rounds of ammunition, 563 First-Aid kits, and a lot of food comparable to the other stats listed above, to help them in their war. -- REMOVED
    • Kurdistan: Although we wanted to make the situation in Kurdistan a quick war, the Iranians heavily supplying the Syrians now will get our attention there. We will try to win the war slower until the war in Syria is over. Here are the operations that we plan to do, those that will enable us to capture supply lines and capture pockets of the Kurdish army (Also need a dice here). [Mod Response Here]
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      • Mod Response: The attacks are deemed successful, disrupting several supply lines and capturing a total of 25 soldiers.
    • Army: The TSSOB is being trained, in a year or two we will start expanding the master force, but it is small for now, we also do not have much experience with making a modern, elite force before.
    • We also add 6 more divisions to our troops, to counteract Iran's 5 militarily and diplomatically.
    • Diplomacy: We denounce the Syrians for choosing to continue the war, and consider it an outrageous answer to eliminating all negotiations, and that the Syrians didn’t accept compromise even if we halved our wants; also the refugees in the zone would be taken well care of and would be taken back if they wanted to to their original city. We also tell the Iranians to stay out of this, because the Syrians are the roadblock to “prosperity of the middle east”. We also now, up until this time muted about the civil war topic, now give full support to the Syrian democrats who want to form a republic. We encourage them to fight against the government which is corrupt and oppresses them, and we tell them “By fighting your way to victory you can form a society where your voice and opinions matter, and where you can talk about anything including disliking the government, and your nation will be one where people’s voices are heard.”. -- REMOVED
    • Iranian Diplomacy: Iran stands fully committed to our Syrian allies and do not plan to abandon them to be invaded by Turkey. We also suggest that Turkey’s aggressive actions taken against Syria and Kurdistan are a far greater obstacle to Middle Eastern prosperity than the nation of Syria merely not wanting to accept the peace terms of the nation that is in the process of invading it.
    • Very Important: Situation in Syria
    • We decide to cede the Democratic Forces of Syria (HSD) all the lands we occupied from the original Syria, except for the two pieces of lands that we laid the borders of in the failed 2025 Syrian Peace Conference, both named after their capital: The western one named A'zaz, and the eastern one named Hasakah/ Al-Hasakah. We do this because of the reasons listed in the 2025 conference. The rest is ceded to Syria, but we help the parts we occupied in recruiting soldiers to fight against the authotarian regime, we manage to get 12,786 people signed up, with 1,993 being from the 2 million population of emigrated syrians living inside Turkey. We urge the people to take arms against their tyrant, the authotarian regime of Bashar Al-Assad. -- REMOVED

Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - [[User:FireBlaze19|FireBlaze19] (talk)



  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25


  • Language: Polish


  • Population: 37.89million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Krakow:770800
      • Lodz:677000
      • Wroclaw:641700
      • Poznan:532920
      • Gdansk:465910
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 4.5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. This results in a slight increase of unemployment. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields. Trade with Belarus and Russia has decreased, resulting in increased imports from other parts of the world.’’’
    • GDP per Capita: 23326.61 USD Increase


    • HDI: 0.900 Increase




  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • Wielkie Niepokoje-The Great Unrest: 12th April 2026. A large group protesters gather outside the Polish parliament, demanding Polish intervention in Belarus and Ukraine, while polls show that 78% of Poles would want intervention in Belarus while 69% would want intervention in Ukraine. The government knows of the existence of Russian troops in both of these regions, making them hesitant to intervene.

During this time, the flames of far-right groups are still evident, with the police reporting 42 cases of violent crimes towards immigrants and refugees, ranging from vandalism to murder. There are also protests from miners who are scared of losing their jobs as coal usage decreases drastically.

The next month, the unrest gets worse. More people take to the streets to protest for intervention, forming associations who then lobby politicians, citing human rights abuses, breaking the UN charter and the Russian threat of an attack on Poland if Ukraine falls under the rule of Russia and Lukashenko regains control. The month after, the protests continue as rumours spread of what is really happening in Belarus. It is on the 14th of June 2026 when the government finally acts. Trade with Belarus is closed off completely and the government passes the Belorussian Intervention Act, pledging to support and protect the populace from Lukashenko and the Russians. A Trade embargo is emplaced on Russia just 26 days later.



      • Polish Race to Space: Funding of the Polish Space Agency increases, as the Polish government wants to put the first Polish person in space. Poznan becomes a spot of major interest for a potential launch site, as a part of the Polish Flight to the Future. The country takes considerable interest in companies such as SpaceX and a new rising space travel company in Poland named Ogień w Kosmosie, which is developing rocket parts to use to launch satellites. A plan for a spaceport situated near Poznan is being created.
      • The Green dawn in Poland-Part 3: As Poland continues to fight against climate change, things get complicated. In February, a blizzard causes a minor power cut in southern Poland. Therefore, the government passes the Vigilant Energy Act, which spurs research into more vigilant renewable energy generation. The baton is passed to nuclear energy to replace the fossil fuels, creating promising results as Poland’s’ carbon. Emissions in energy drop by 10%. An increase in the usage of the electric car is seen, while the first hydrogen cars debut in Poland.
    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Myanmar Civil War: Material support to the NUG continues, but Poland welcomes the decrease in conflicts and hope for a viable peace deal.
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: Material support to Ukraine continues as usual, while expeditionary forces are being considered.
        • 'Polish escalation against Belarus‘ All Polish troops on Belorussian border are put on alert with increases in troops stationed there. Artillery and tanks have joined the border troops, with Territorial defence force forming protective ‘shell’ on Belorussian border. Aire force patrols increase. {SECRET}: A secret plan is made for a full-scale Polish intervention operation/invasion should the situation escalate. The invasion will commence with airstrikes on military targets and logistics, such as Belarussian airfields, military complexes, and barracks. 32,400 Polish troops, accompanied by tanks, armoured vehicles, artillery guns, drones and helicopters then advance into Belorussian territory, splitting into a three-pronged attack hoping to link up with the uprising populace. Codenamed Operation Talon, we hope that NATO will aid us. The aim is to overthrow Lukashenko upon capturing Minsk, restore order and peace to the nation and replace the government with a non-corrupt, democratic and liberal government, one which actually cares for the people. Espionage services have entered Belarus to monitor and intercept what happens in the country to help plan for this invasion. Any confirmation of human rights abuses or attacks against Poland will result in initiation of this plan. {END SECRET}
        • Military: The first PL-02 finished completion in August and was given the all-clear to produce. 30 have been made so far. A further 20 F-35s have been ordered as well as another 10 Leopard 2 tanks, while 6 AgustaWestland AW101 have arrived. Drills, hypothetical map games and practices increase, and the Territorial Force receives a boost in equipment and personnel, including more artillery and armoured vehicles. The navy is being prepared for upgrades, including the construction of the first destroyer, the Warsaw Class, the first being OPR Warsaw which was laid down in 2024 and launched on 20th of June 2026, carrying the most modern and powerful equipment of the polish ships, The next ship in the class, OPR Gdansk, was launched just 2 months later. They have each an AgustaWestland AW101 on board and are currently completing sea trials in the Baltic Sea and Atlantic.


      • Diplomacy:
        • Ukraine: We will continue sending material support to Ukraine. {SECRET} Intelligence officers have been sent to Ukraine to find out more about the Russian front to prepare for Polish intervention in the area in a joint operation in Belarus. {End SECRET}
        • Belarus: We demand that Lukashenko resign and the government be replaced and condemn the police brutality and Russian involvement in the area.
        • Russia: We condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine and involvement of Russian troops in Belarus and threaten to close 50% of our trade with them.

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Flag of Serbia.png Republic of Serbia

Situation in 2026 for Serbia: In 2026, Serbia is dangerously close to a full-scale civil war. As the SPAS gain more and more power, having reformed itself to the Serbian National Party, supporters of the SRNS are protesting against the disasters that happened last year. The parlimentary elections next year has only deepened division in this country, and society is beginning to fracture to many smaller groups of like-minded people. With racism and political violence widespread, would this be the end for the SNS?

  • Nation Ideology: Neoliberalist Populism (Center-right)
  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
    • President: Ana Brnabić
    • Narodna skupština:
      • Ruling Party / The Majority: Serbian Progressive Party
      • Prime Minister: Aleksandar Vučić (Until August 2nd), Dragan Marković Palma (From December 3rd)
      • President of the National Assembly: Aleksandar Šapić
    • National Assembly 2024-2028: (250 Seats)
      • Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) - 132/250
      • Serbian National Party (SRNS) - 101/250
      • Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) - 14/250
      • Party for Democratic Action (PDD) - 2/250
      • Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDAS) - 1/250
        • Main Opposition Party: SPAS
        • Head of Opposition: Aleksandar Šapić
  • Capital City: Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Population: 8,400,149
    • Largest Cities:
      • 1. Belgrade - 1,695,000
      • 2. Novi Sad - 340,000
      • 3. Nis - 260,000
    • Major Ethnicities:
      • Serbs - 83.9%
      • Roma (Gypsy) - 3.4%
      • Hungarians - 2.8%
      • Bosniaks - 1.4%
      • Others - 8.4%
    • Major Religions:
      • Orthodox Christianity - 81.0%
      • Catholicism - 4.2%
      • Islam - 4.3%
      • Protestantism - 0.4%
      • Others - 1.2%
      • Irreligious - 8.8%
  • Economy: Serbia's economy, in 2026, is based around the export of energy like natural gas and hydroelectric power, but it also has a capitalist economy, like investment, car selling, tourism, arms sale and manufacturing.
    • Currency: Serbian Dinar
    • GDP (PPP) Total: $127.0 billion USD
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $15,118
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.799 (High)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Serbian Riots - After the SPAS - US merge, many pro-SNS supporters took to the streets to protest against the action. It evolved into a full-scale riot, killing 3 people and injuring hundreds.
    • Assassination of Prime Minister - On August 2nd, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić was assassinated by a delibrate car crash by the car driver. A period of national mourning was held.
    • New Prime Minister - A Serbian Election to select the new Prime Minister was held on December 3rd, with the-now defunct United Serbia' leader and founder Dragan Marković (nicknamed Palma) becoming the Prime Minister after recieving 90% of the votes. Many opposition leaders, espicially from President Brnabić herself saw the election as rigged, as the SRNS employed massive defamation campaigns and used alleged bribes to ensure their victory.
    • Kosovan Conflict - Before the end of the year, Palma immediately issued an order to increase Serbian police presence by 50% in Kosovo, as well as massively increasing the police funding by over 25% to ensure Kosovo remain a part of Serbia.
  • International Affairs (Diplomacy):
  • WIP
  • An Unexpected Turkish Offer [Secret]: The president urges to give the SNS a good amount of money, to take care of the far-right party's overwhelming presence. We are happy to help stop this storm of extremism in Europe.

Turn VI: 2027

Events

Protests and demonstrations take place in Kosovo, protesting against increased Serbian police presence. If anything, these acts have furthered boosted sentiment for an independent Kosovo.

The Russo-Ukrainian War tips in favour of Moscow, as Poltava is occupied by the advancing Russian forces. Kiev continues fighting off a siege that began in October of 2026. The provisional capital of Ukraine has been designated as Lviv after Odessa sees constant naval bombardment. The Ukrainians make headway in Crimea, however, sieging Sevastopol and attempting to maintain their naval blockade. Meanwhile, an uptick in Russian activity is noted in Kaliningrad by international observers. Analyst infer that this is in preparation for potential Polish or general NATO intervention.

The Myanmar Civil War freezes over. Little to no confrontations nor skirmishes occur, but neither have peace talks or negotiations. There is no clear winner between the Tatmadaw government and the NUG, but it is clear from the deals struck by ethnic militias that autonomy and the road to their independence is confirmed.

Agreements are finalized on the construction of the Chinese funded Nicaragua canal, with construction beginning towards the end of the year.

The Pink Wave begins in South America in response to Brazilian atrocities against protestors, activists, and indigenous peoples as a response to frequent protests and the existence of the Amazon Social Republic, which continues to be unrecognized by most sovereign states with the exception of Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. Protests erupt in Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru, spearheaded by indigenous and leftist elements.

An official announcement by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea reports the death of Kim Jong Un. The Hermit Kingdom falls into the hands of his sister, Kim Yo Jong. Insider sources report discord among the top brass of the DPRK's military, others report outright conflict between factions supporting other members of the Kim Dynasty as Supreme Leader.

Riots and counter-riots in South Africa increase racial tensions in the countryside, much to the dismay of the central government and advocates for racial harmony.

Israel completes their settlements in Palestine, further diminishing the authority of the Palestinian Authority. Radical elements in the Knesset and Israeli online presence begin advocating for a Greater Israel as per the Torah, spanning from Antakya to Kuwait to Aswan, leading to ridicule and concerns from neighboring states.

Bashar al-Assad is assassinated along with key military leaders during a meeting in Damascus. The perpetrator is revealed to be a suspected operative of the Syrian Interim Government, and the bomb used of Turkish origin. While Damascus is understanding enough to not immediately point fingers at Ankara, there are many who do not share the same sentiment. The Syrian government suffers heavily from the ensuing chaos as the SIG and SDF make great strides within a 1 month window.

The unprecedented switch in Turkish foreign policy throws many things into uncertainty with regards to the Syrian Civil War. Their moves have not been well received: Damascus sees protests regarding the Syrian government's perceived indifference towards the perfidious Turks, the SDF is hesitant to embrace them due to their anti-Kurdish reputation, and other foreign actors begin reconsidering their stances and operations.

The United States announces their intention to intervene in Ukraine. This is followed by an expeditionary force assembling at Lviv to begin assisting Kiev on the ground in their war. Many big names in the military-industrial complex and weapons industry are delighted to see their products in action for the first time.

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Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - [[User:FireBlaze19|FireBlaze19] (talk)

  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 37.9 million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:[[4]]
      • Krakow:771000
      • Lodz:676850
      • Wroclaw:641670
      • Poznan:532810
      • Gdansk:465900
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 4.5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. This results in a slight increase of unemployment. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields. Trade with Belarus and Russia has decreased, resulting in increased imports from other parts of the world.’’’
    • GDP per Capita: 23439.61 USD Increase
    • HDI: 0.902 Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • The Russian Threat: Anti-Russian dissent grows as the public learn about Russian aggressiveness against Ukraine, and the general public are in favour for war. As Polish troops enter Ukrainian territory and Operation Talon is expanded to include Ukraine and enacted, anti-Russian dissident reaches an all-time high, especially after large groups of Russian troops were spotted in Kaliningrad. This causes mass panic on the borders as well as an increase in racism, which the police do their best to control.
      • Polish Race to Space-Part 2:The Polish spaceport begins construction, which will be complete with a lab and training centre for astronauts. Meanwhile, the aerospace industry starts to grow thanks to government investment, with the Polish Space Agency hoping to launch its first rockets independently by 2038.
      • The Green dawn in Poland-Part 4: Undeterred by the wars Poland is caught up in, the Green Dawn continues to rise. A large nationwide infrastructure review is taken out to check Poland’s infrastructure for eco-friendliness. Polish labs continue to research lab-grown meat and cheaper hydrogen fuel cells for cars as the first hydrogen cars take to the roads in Poland. Coal usage continues to plummet as local schemes help citizens switch to other ways of heating their homes. However, a survey interviewed people, many who said they felt that the government was not doing enough.


    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Myanmar Civil War: Seeing that the war is frozen, Poland now only sends humanitarian aid as more resources are needed in Ukraine and Belarus.
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: On the 20th April 2027, a 21,000 strong expeditionary force arrives in Lviv, alongside tanks, artillery and planes from the Polish air force. With a suitable amount of intelligence, these troops travel to Kiev alongside other NATO troops to liberate the city, with helciopters, drones and planes providing air cover for the troops. The Polish Navy sends one destroyer, one frigate, and one submarine to help combat Russian ships in the area.
        • Polish Spillover into Belarus: Operation Talon is initiated, with Special Forces being involved to infiltrate sites of importance. The troops are ordered to move rapidly and link up with the troops in Ukraine, who will also make efforts to link up with Polish troops in Belarus. Supply lines are ordered to be severed to cripple the opposition. The military hopes to quickly capture Minsk to give the Poles an edge. The Territorial Defence Force forms a protective shell on the border should counterattacks ensue. Any captured territory will be placed under the administration of Polish troops until a replacement government is found.

[Mod Response Here]

        • Polish Tensions with Russia: Polish intelligence operations identify large groups of troops in Kaliningrad, worrying the military and government. As a result, the Polish Navy blockades Kaliningrad’s coast to attempt to reduce military involvement. The Land Forces and Territorial Defence Force assemble en masse on the border, with air force patrols near the area. A two mile ‘buffer zone’ is created so no incidents can be played off by the Russian media to make it look like a Polish attack.
        • Military: Due to the increased military involvement, citizens are encouraged to join the armed forces to boost the numbers which are currently at 314,000 and military production is also ramped up. A spike in military equipment purchases is seen. 100 PL-02 tanks have been made, with 20 seeing action in Belarus and 12 in Ukraine. A third tank, the PL-03 tank which will be a main battle tank, is also under production and is planned to see action by 2028. Two more destroyers, OPR Lodz and OPR Wroclaw, are constructed and undergoing sea trials.
      • Diplomacy:
        • Ukraine: We will continue sending material support to Ukraine.
        • Belarus: We demand that Lukashenko resign, or we will continue our operations in the area.
        • NATO: We call for all other NATO nations to send support to us to help us against the Russians in Kaliningrad.
        • Lithuania: We ask for our neighbour and ally to be vigilant and prepare their troops should the Russians attack. We also offer increased military support.
          • Lithuanian Diplomacy: Please understand that as a nation literally sandwiched between Russia and her exclave, we're stuck between a rock and a hard place. We will be declaring neutrality [SECRET] for now. When the situation improves, we will send reinforcements to Belarus. [END SECRET]

Flag of Bhutan.svg

Kingdom of Bhutan - [https://future.fandom.com/wiki/User:SwordOfLands] - Turn

  • National Ideology: Chhoe-sid-nyi
  • Government: The Kingdom of Bhutan is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy ruled by the Druk Gyalpo, otherwise known as the “Dragon King”. It is governed by the Prime Minister and also consists of a Parliament, Upper House, and Lower House.
    • Druk Gyalpo (Dragon King): Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck
    • Prime Minister: Lotay Tshering
  • Capital City: Thimphu, Thimphu District
  • Major Cities
    • Thimphu
    • Damphu
    • Trashigang
  • Population: 754,399 +
  • Major Ethnicities
    • Ngalop people (Western Bhutanese)
    • Sharchops (Eastern Bhutanese)
    • Lhotshampa (Southern Bhutanese)
  • Major Religions
    • Vajrayana Buddhism
    • Hinduism
    • Bon/Indigenous faiths
    • Christianity
    • Islam
    • Other

Economy: Currently, Bhutan's main imports and exports involve hydroelectric and solar power, but also enjoy significant markets in agriculture, mining, production of goods such as carpets, graphite, lead, zinc, furniture, copper, mica, and tin. The country also exports food and drink products such as alcoholic and carbonated beverages, rice, processed fruits, apples. oranges, and trout. However, as tensions rise around the world, Bhutan has taken to conserving much of its goods to better serve the Bhutanese people as part of its self-reliance strategy.

Currency: Bhutanese ngultrum (also connected to the Indian rupee)

GDP: 2.702 billion +

HDI: 0.655 (indicated as "medium")

Internal Affairs

  • TBA!

International Affairs

  • TBA!

Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)

  • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Semi-Autocratic (For now, maybe.)
  • Language: Turkish
  • Ethnicity: Turkish
  • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
  • Population: 89.2 Million
  • GDP: 818.6 Billion USD
  • HDI: .880
  • Question: Look into the previous mod response... sir? I am highly supportive of the SDF including in diplomacy, gave them supplies, and gave them access to a majority of the Turkish conquered lands... but why'd they fight back???
    • Mod: You do a full 180 on the SDF and attempt to be their buddies, all while you're actively assaulting SDF-held territory? You've literally been attempting to seize territory from both the SAA and SDF consistently this entire time, so it makes sense that neither would immediately be receptive to your requests/offers. Whatever land Turkey holds in Syria is technically under control of the Syrian opposition, which itself is unaffiliated with neither the SAA nor SDF. You've literally been invading the SDF while throwing a gift basket at it.
  • Reply: ... I woudn't have done that (most likely) if I have known that I was attacking their lands!!!!! The map is in 2024, so I had absolutely no idea I was invading the opposition.
    • Mod: You have invaded all 3 Syrian Civil War belligerents. You cannot claim ignorance when all your maps for military engagements, successful or otherwise, denote offensive incursions into SAA, SDF, and even SIG territory. Not only are you invading the opposition, you entered the Syrian Civil War in support of the opposition (SIG). You have, with evidence, attacked every belligerent in the Syrian Civil War, and I'm sure you are well aware of this fact. To put it in simpler terms: you attacked every color on the map in Syria, all of which are now mad at you.
  • If Derpmaster would just come here and put up a map of it, this could have never happened.
    • Mod: What did you think you were invading? Saddam Hussein's private estate? You've been attacking literally everything in Syria, with the exception of the Syrian Opposition, whose territories are the very same territories you claim as Turkish occupation. You have fingers in everyone's pie and somehow invaded Iraq illegally. If you haven't noticed, Turkish credibility has plummeted in the Middle East. They now qualify for "warmonger" status. The map is not to blame for your decision to shoot at anything that so much as utters a lick of Arabic or Kurdish.
  • You're right, but there was many things that I didn't know. I am now going to underline and end with "REMOVED" some stuff that I wouldn't have done, or is confusingly wrong. Also I didn't know where the parties were located, because the map was so outdated.
  • International Affairs:
  • Diplomacy:
  • Israeli Aggression: We condemn the United Nations about the politics of Israel and how they announced to claim 7 sovereign nations in the Middle East region, and that this is a possible war scenario; also the fact that in the past 70 years the Israeli have violated civic rights of the peoples of Palestine, and that something should be made up for the failure of Resolution 96; a strong series of sanctions that potentially could force the Israeli government to give up its claims which is approximately 30 times it's land area, and give us a confirmation that no such human/ civil rights would be violated in the future.
    • Israeli Response: Please be informed that the Knesset has not collectively approved of these views, with their proponents largely composed of faceless internet trolls. We take no responsibility for these absurd claims.
  • Iranian Propaganda: We are mad at the Iranians, who make us look "uncivilized" and that Ankara wouldn't dare to abuse human rights, and we talk to NATO about how these films make us look bad, and we are loyal to NATO; we explain them that they shouldn't allow these films to be imported because they wrongly impersonate us, and has the potential to severe our ties.
  • (Waiting for Iran's Response): We tell the Iranians to stop trying to antagonise us since they seem to tell only lies.
  • Iranian Diplomacy: We suggest that if Turkey is so concerned with appearing civilised, invading Syria may have been a poor decision. Furthermore, we reject any claim by a nation with such a clear history as a warmonger that we are in any way antagonistic. (Also the films aren’t being “imported” as such, Iran is distributing them through the internet).
  • Serbian Surprize: We make another suggestion to the United Nations, this one being about Serbia: Europe is on a crisis with Far-Right governments, and that we should take proper action against this before it turns out to be too late, in a similar matter to how the Allies continually appeased Germany because they didn't want to take direct action against the future threat.
  • TBA today i guess.

Flag of France.png French Republic:

  • Internal Affairs:
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • Russia-Ukraine Conflict: France pledges expeditionary troops to support the United States' intervention in Ukraine. France proposes a motion to NATO recommending NATO intervention in Ukraine on the grounds of maintaining the security of Europe and containing Russian aggression. [Mod Response]

Flag of Serbia.png Republic of Serbia: Situation in 2027 for Serbia: 2027 is the start of SPNS's rise to total control over Serbia, as they won the Presidental Election in 2027. As soon as he gained power, Sapic immediately began to oppress the freedom of speech and sent military units to Kosovo, while simultanously also enforced martial law, and arresting any dissendants. The society has also been drastically changed, with the introduction of conscription and a new youth organization being formed. This could be the end of Serbia as a free, democratic state.

  • Nation Ideology: Authoritarian Facsist Ultranationalism (Far-right)
  • Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Republic
    • President: Aleksandar Šapić
    • Narodna skupština:
      • Ruling Party / The Majority: Serbian National Party
      • Prime Minister: Dragan Marković
      • President of the National Assembly: TBD
    • National Assembly 2024-2028: (250 Seats)
      • Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) - 132/250
      • Serbian National Party (SRNS) - 101/250
      • Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) - 14/250
      • Party for Democratic Action (PDD) - 2/250
      • Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDAS) - 1/250
        • Main Opposition Party: SPAS
        • Head of Opposition: Aleksandar Šapić
  • Capital City: Belgrade, Belgrade
  • Population: 8,377,755
  • Economy: Serbia's economy, in 2026, is based around the export of energy like natural gas and hydroelectric power, but it also has a capitalist economy, like investment, car selling, tourism, arms sale and manufacturing.
    • Currency: Serbian Dinar
    • GDP (PPP) Total: $124.2 billion USD
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP): $??
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.796 (High)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • 2027 Presidental Election - Aleksandar Šapić wins the 2027 Presidental Elections, and the SRNS gains control over Serbia.
    • Martial Law - Shortly after taking control of Serbia, Šapić declared a state of emergency across Serbia, to "clean the minds of the Serbian people". We would also censor social media as well.
    • Creation of Seriban Youth - To better "teach our youth", we would establish the Serbian Youth, to start teaching children of nationalistic ideals.
    • Conscription - Due to the feeling of NATO's potential invasion of Serbia, we would introduce conscription, with all citizens being required to serve in the military for a year right after the end of secondary education, with no exceptions.
  • International Affairs (Diplomacy):
  • "Retaking" Of Kosovo - On September 1st, 2027, 10,000 Serbian troops crossed the Kosovan Border, and invaded the nation. The plan was to capture Pristina in 7 days. This was ordered by Palma himself.
  • Look to your last RP, the last line. -- Turkey

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 97,826,930
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $900,900,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $24,20020
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.761
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: Iran’s goals and tactics in Afghanistan remain broadly similar to those used in 2026, i.e focusing on Western Afghanistan to defeat Muhammad Rasul’s Taliban splinter group using all assets at our disposal including air strikes and armour, and in the rest of Afghanistan preventing any gains by the Taliban against Afghan government held territory.
    • Syrian Civil War: As Turkey has continued their invasion of Syria, an action clearly against the will of the entire population of Syria, we must continue to fulfil our role in defending the nation of Syria. Hence our forces in Syria continue to fight to stop the advance, and begin to push back, the Turkish forces in Syria. For now our forces will not engage the Syrian opposition except in defence as Turkey is our main opponent in that theatre. Considering Turkey’s concerning habit of invading their neighbours Iran has decided to station 6 divisions along our border with Turkey as a deterrence against an attack on our nation as well.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Propaganda: We commission a number of short clips & films to be produced to highlight Iran’s own heroic soldiers and the barbaric nature of our opponents. A number of these clips show Iranian soldiers in Syria and Afghanistan assisting refugees and aid workers while others show testimonies of refugees fleeing the Turkish forces and the Taliban as well as footage of these forces attacks on civilians and their aftermath. In particular we want to draw comparisons between these two forces. Translations of all these clips into Persian, Arabic, Turkish, English, French and German are created and posted online on a multitude of social media sites. We also reach out to influencers, not only in Iran and Turkey but Western nations like the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia and the EU in hopes of working with these people to spread our message to the world.
    • Nuclear Research: [Secret] The Cyrus Project continues into 2027, now with an abundance of enriched uranium to work with. As such our researchers are confident in our ability to procure a nuclear weapon by 2030. [End Secret]
    • Naval upgrades: 4 Besat-class submarines are built this year, 6 Allah’s Sword class ships are also to be built.
    • Iranian Space Program: 2027 proves to be a good year for Iran’s space ambitions, with the launch of both the Toloo and Sharif satellites using the Nowruz rocket system. Furthermore we begin looking at using a modified version of this system in 2030 to send an Iranian into orbit. [Secret] Having been able to successfully launch satellites using our rocket systems, the Iranian military is interested in the prospect of being able to have Iranian spy satellites. To facilitate this, as well as Iran’s missile program, a number of people working in our space program are transferred to a newly formed secret military department where they will work under military guidance to produce weapons systems and satellites [End Secret].
  • Diplomacy:
    • Indonesia: Tehran would like to propose to Jakarta an Iran-Indonesia free trade agreement in order to build upon our current preferential trade agreement.
      • Indonesian Diplomacy: Very well, we accept.

WIP


Turn VII: 2028

Events

NATO formally announces their involvement in the Russo-Ukrainian War following numerous calls for escalation. Members are not obligated to send significant expeditionary forces, but it is encouraged. Notably, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia have declared their neutrality in the conflict, likely due to the immediate threat of Russian invasion. Prior to this declaration, an agreement is reached between Washington DC and Moscow, guaranteeing that nuclear devices are off the table at any point in the conflict. Some are frustrated by this, but the vast majority approve of this decision on both sides of the war.

NATO fleets arrive in the Bosporus Strait and enter the Black Sea. Patrols and blockades put a death grip on Russian trade in the region. Crimea is taken by Ukrainian forces, however observers criticize "unnecessarily heavy bombardment". Concerns over semblances of ethnic cleansing in Crimea are voiced within the Internet, which has since been heavily policed within Ukraine.

The Battle of Kiev concludes with a pyrrhic victory for NATO and Ukraine, as Kiev is heavily bombarded during the battle. Events of note include new-generation weaponry being utilized en-masse from both sides, including firefights between SIG M10s and AK-12s, and dogfights between F-35 Lightning IIs and Sukhoi Su-57s. Casualties measure in the thousands on both sides.

The Polish advance into Belarus is disturbed by offensives from Kaliningrad. Elblag is seized following days of fighting, and further advance has been halted by the arrival of NATO forces at the insistence of specific member states including the UK, Canada, and Belgium. Polish forces capture Grodno and Brest with NATO assistance days after the frontlines in the north stabilize into a minor but stable Russian foothold. Further advances past a perimeter encircling Baranovichi and the rest of Belarus are more difficult, with an overwhelming Russo-Belarussian advantage in air superiority, scattered minefields and poor infrastructure, and the sabotage of whatever was left of the roads in the first place. Minsk was not as close to NATO control as previously thought.

A fierce naval battle between Polish and Russian vessels is won by the latter, which promptly proceeded to shell Gdańsk and Gdynia before the rest of the Polish navy chased them off. NATO vessels were absent due to the confrontation taking place before their official involvement, but as of now, the bulk of naval NATO reinforcements are beyond the mouth of the Baltic.

[SECRET] Moscow sends an offer to Ankara, in which it agrees to provide military and political support in the Syrian Civil War "on whichever side Turkey is fighting this time" in exchange for ease of access of Russian trade overland for the duration of the Russo-Ukrainian War.[END SECRET]

The Serbian advance into Kosovo is disrupted by an underestimation of how many troops the Kosovars were able to conscript. While numerous border towns including Mitrovica have been occupied, Pristina was not captured, but remains under siege. Albania declared its support for Kosovo almost immediately after the Serbian declaration, and have routed a good deal of their forces to assist their brethren. Requests for NATO intervention were, of course, submitted and promptly tabled due to the Ukrainian conflict taking more precedence. Within hours of the conflict, 53 separate cases of human rights violations were identified, courtesy of social media posts of Serbian soldiers committing acts of wanton violence against civilians, surrendered or otherwise.

After years of fighting, the splinter group of Muhammad Rasul is on its last legs following the assassination of Rasul and his first 2 successors in a drone strike. They aren't expected to survive as a cohesive group into the next year as the remnants of their forces either surrender to the government, or somehow manage to worm their way back into the main Taliban.

IS returns to the headlines, after several years of desert warfare and capitalizing on the West African droughts with the provision of food and supplies smuggled/stolen from anywhere else in the other side of Africa, transported via Saharan caravans composed of Toyota pickups as opposed to camels. Their influence has grown with leaps and bounds, such that in Mali, IS leader Aziouel Ag Akhemouk technically won by write-in in several northern provinces during their election. Coincidentally, 2028 marks the year of the formation of the Islamic State of Alkinana out of the ruins of the Sudanese state, which has surrendered to the ISIS insurgency following years of conflict out of their Darfur stronghold. They now effectively control everything from the Red Sea to the Atlantic, depending on who you ask, with significant presence across the Saharan states; and according to the starving civilian, they're doing a better job than most of their governments.

Further south in Africa, South Africa loses control of pretty much everything beyond their major cities and provinces within close proximity to them. The rest is controlled by warlords hopped up on racial tensions, leading to conflicts and ethnic cleansing from both Afrikaaner and indigenous militias.

Several nuclear explosions are detected in North Korea. Preliminary investigations have concluded that several nuclear missiles were launched, some successfully hitting their targets. Said targets include Hamhung, Wonsan, Chongjin, and apparently even Pyongyang itself. A broadcast addressing the missile launches was not one of a declaration of war, but a notification of the latest round of North Korean missile tests, in which they were testing their missile defense capabilities. This did not address the nuclear missile strikes in Kusong and Jangjin, however. Foreign analysts have inferred that the Hermit Kingdom has entered a war of succession between Pyongyang and factions opposed to Kim Yo-jong as Supreme Leader. Surveillance satellites note Chinese and ROK activity along their respective borders with the DPRK, and it looks like a possible confrontation between Beijing and Seoul over North Korea may be in the cards.

Preparations for a lunar base begin with the Chang'e 9 mission, which saw construction materials and equipment being transported to a pre-designated site after their survey mission last year.

The SAA regains its composure following a window of instability following the assassination of Assad. However, Aleppo and Raqqah have firmly fallen under SIG and SDF control respectively, and will take nothing short of a miracle to retake them. More importantly, the SDF has managed to cross the Euphrates. Coupling this with their proficiency in desert warfare, it is almost certain the southeast will fall to their advance.

Player Turns

Flag of France.png French Republic

  • Internal Affairs:
    • WIP
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • Foreign Aid Program: France announces its decision to cut foreign aid contributions to various international aid NGOs by 10% to 50% depending on the organisation in question, citing the ineffectuality of these organisations. Instead, all of said foreign aid spending is diverted towards direct French foreign aid in Mali (see below), other Francophone nations, as well as NGO's directly involved with aid work around the world so as to have a more substantial impact on those being aided. These programmes include micronutrient supplements, vaccinations, and sanitation infrastructure for urban areas. Total aid spending in Mali is estimated to be around €50,000,000 a year.
    • Operation Barkhane: The situation in northern Mali is deeply concerning, prompting a renewed focus on Operation Barkhane, France's ongoing anti-terrorism operation in Mali. Following a scathing report on the situation in Mali, substantial changes are made to the nature of Operation Barkhane. The French presence in Mali will be increased to 5,050 troops drawn mainly from the 6th Light Armoured Brigade. Additionally, troops from the 4th Foreign Regiment of the French Foreign Legion are dispatched to Mali to train local forces. A drastic change to Operation Barkhane comes in the form of the creation of the French Foreign Peace Corps (FFPC), modelled after the Peace Corps of the United States with some substantial differences. Thanks in part to the Service National Universel (SNU) and thanks in part to the decision to recruit and train Malian volunteers, the French Peace Corps has a total of 957 staff as of November 2028. The FPC cooperates with the French Armed Forces, particularly with the 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment, to build infrastructure, provide medical services and basic education. The new form of Operation Barkhane, Operation Barkhane 2.0, is designed to win over the hearts and minds of the people of North Mali as much as it is designed to fight of ISIS by providing the region with the necessary foundation for lasting prosperity. This should be aided substantially by the decision of the Foreign Ministry to drastically increase foreign aid spending in the impoverish nation of Mali - after all, terrorists will always find their way back to the fore so long as the conditions of poverty and misery exist to entice people to extremism.

Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - [[User:FireBlaze19|FireBlaze19] (talk)

  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 38.3 million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:[[5]]
      • Krakow:775200
      • Lodz:676650
      • Wroclaw:640940
      • Poznan:532917
      • Gdansk:466900
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 3.5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields.
    • GDP per Capita: 23436.61 USD Decrease
    • HDI: 0.903 Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • The Russian Threat-Part 2: After the Fall of Elblag, mass panic spread throughout the nation, resulting in tens of thousands of people signing up for the armed forces. Anti-Russian dissident reaches even higher than in 2027, with anti-Russian protests in Warsaw, Gdansk and Gdynia, the latter two heavily affected by Russian involvement. There are reports of attacks on Russian minorities, but the Supreme Court orders anyone caught committing hate crimes towards Russian nationals in Poland will be jailed for 12 years. Police try hard to fight against the hate crimes. Munition and armament factories are manufacturing at full capacity for the war effort.
      • Polish Race to Space-Part 3:The spaceport does continue construction, but government funding is cut, forcing private companies to take over management of construction. Polish astronaut trainees are sent abroad to complete their training.
      • The Green dawn in Poland-Part 5: The Green Dawn for Poland begins to see stagnation due to the war. Renewables and nuclear continue to replace fossil fuels (32% and 25% of the country’s energy usage), and the usage of the hydrogen car continues to become widespread. Laboratories study ways of eco-friendly farming while increasing yield.


    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Myanmar Civil War: Poland ceases all supplies to Myanmar and formally ends support, citing those resources are needed on the Home Front.
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: Although Kiev has been liberated, the cost of victory is heavy. Several Polish troops died and several more are wounded. The wounded are evacuated to Poland for medical treatment, while those that remain are ordered to focus on the Belorussian front. A further 2,100 troops are sent to Ukraine which focus in Ukraine, alongside 3,000 troops already stationed there to protect Kiev from further attacks and re-establish order and peace.
        • Polish-Belorussian War: Polish forces are given a one month’s rest as the wounded are evacuated and fresh reinforcements (4,890 troops, alongside new tanks, artillery, armoured vehicles, helicopters, drones and planes) arrive. After the break, the Polish force renew their assault towards Minsk. Airstrikes, now with combined drones, helicopters and planes, viciously attack Baranovichi and nearby airfields, determined to end the overwhelming air superiority. Rovers are deployed to disarm paths through the minefields and the army engineers are sent to make temporary repairs to infrastructure so troops can resume moving. The troops are split into 3 sections, spreading across the front. They are ordered to destroy all airfields and military complexes, and cripple supply lines and infrastructure which the Polish will not need. All equipment is seized and stashed for later use. The Belorussian Volunteer Corps is formed, made from volunteers from Polish controlled regions of Belarus.
        • Polish-Russian War: The Territorial Defence Force moves in to cut the Russians in Elblag from their supply line, with other units and the Army attacking towards the city, aiming to completely isolate and surround it. Troops then send an ultimatum: hand over the city and weapons and be safely returned to Russia or continue to fight and ‘be flattened to the ground’. To demonstrate this, the Special Forces helps organise Resistance forces to harass the Russian troops, and artillery begin to bombard nearby Russian positions. Meanwhile in Kaliningrad, OPR Warsaw, OPR Krakow and OPR Lodz, accompanied by several submarines, minesweepers, and frigates, move into Kaliningrad, with orders to destroy any Russian ships they encounter and to bombard Kaliningrad and any ships they find in the harbour. Airstrikes then ensue alongside the naval bombardment to destroy all defences and supplies, hoping to cripple Russia’s invasion.
        • Military: Due to the ongoing war, volunteering is encouraged with the use of propaganda, but conscription is not introduced. The PL-02 stealth tanks have reached 260 in number; the majority being deployed in Belarus. The PL-03 main battle tanks are 37 in number, with 20 in action against Russia, 7 in Ukraine and 10 in Belarus. OPR Orzel, an amphibious assault ship, was originally planned to be launched in 2028 and commissioned in 2029, but damages to Gdansk shipyards have resulted in its launch being delayed till next year.
      • Diplomacy:
        • Belarus: We once again order the resignation of Lukashenko, or we will continue our invasion of Belarus, with even harsher measures.
        • NATO: We send another request to all NATO nations who have not sent Poland support against Russia to help us against the Russians and Belorussians.
        • Turkish Diplomacy: We apologize because we only have so much resources, and occupied with the situation in Syria.

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Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)

The year 2028 is a dark year for the world, and a year which Turkey has to make some tough choices. The recent offered help from Russia means the Russians may be planning a future alliance with us, but at the same time we are attached to NATO. Turkey has to choose between the Democratic forces of the West or the expansive forces of the East. The clock is ticking, though, as both sides are on each other's throats.

Turkey also has to choose internally. Socialism and Far-Right organizations have risen, even though at smaller rates from the rest of Europe. While the more democratic side wants to keep our ways, the Socialists want to overthrow the government, and the Far-Rights go beyond that, wanting to spread our influence in the world and be a nation with turks. Only turks. With all these options within our reach, we will have to make some tough choices.

  • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Semi-Autocratic Democracy (For now, maybe.)
  • Language: Turkish
  • Ethnicity: Turkish
  • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
  • Population: 90.6 Million
  • GDP: 818.9 Billion USD
  • HDI: .881
  • Internal Affairs:
  • Guiding the Youth: We decide to dispersuade Far-Leftism/ Socialism and Ultranationalism in the perfect way: By using fake account made by officials, turning the words "Socialist" and "Fascist/ Far-Right" into slang, when a player is being really negative in online games or social media.
  • Removing Ultranationalism: We fire a few officers in our army that we believe may be pro-Far-Right, and detain them (We keep tabs on where they go and what they talk about). We also increase our spy agency sof the public (I guess) spending by 50%, and recruiting more spies and sending them to public spaces, where they say what people may be pro-Far-Right, and we either detain, imprison, and on rare occasions fine them.
  • International Affairs:
  • Wars:
  • Syrian War: We decide to attack some part of western Syria, for reasons I will show in the next turn. We also decide that it's the perfect time to invade Aleppo, since it was newly conquered and their soldiers are probably exhausted. We also use our elite soldiers on small teams and send them to sabotage supply lines. (If this is not very smart, l would like to remove this. Just sayin', because I don't really know that much about modern war.).
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  • Diplomacy:
  • Mutuals with the Bear: We accept the proposal by Moscow, and we say we will announce a state of Syria of our own, from the lands we currently occupy. Although we are much happy about the militaric aid, but wouldn't advise political support, as that would severely damage ties with the West. We propose for the military aid to be sent from their and our easternmost harbors, since we'd like to keep this secret, and if Georgia is on our side we can transfer the forces from there as well.
  • Allies for Albania: We decide to give economic aid, 2,100 rounds of ammunition, and 550 voluntary soldiers to help them, along with 11 tanks and a reconnisance plane.
  • A War of Looks: Unable to get a response from Iran over the devious films, we decide to make our own, making the Iranians look like backwards for their cities, and savages for their "war crimes" in the theaters their soldiers are in. We also make a few more religious films, and containing how Shias are not true Muslims in the Sunni Muslim faith.
  • An Offer to Iraq: We propose something to the Iraqis, saying that we will return all of their pre-spillover lands (Lands they had in 2000), and it would also be great if they assaulted the Kurds as well. We only want one thing in return: for them to join FOTC, which both we, them, and Saudi Arabia all share similar rivalries with Iran.
    • Iranian Diplomacy to Iraq: We wish to caution Baghdad against this course of action. First and foremost, supporting Turkey in their heinous war against the Kurdish people would be a despicable act, one beneath the great nation of Iraq. Secondly, if this does not deter Iraq, we would like to point out that joining an alliance for the express purpose of antagonising your largest trading partner may not be the best move.
    • Turkish Diplomacy to Iraq: We say that we would be much pleased to give you free access to our trade, and this way Iraq can undirectly trade with Europe more easily, as we're a part of NATO. We also remind them again that we will return the lands they once had.
    • Actual Iraqi Diplomacy: This, we must refuse. Instead, we have a counter-offer. We will agree to commit violence against all Kurds only if you give us the proper means to do so, that is, giving us the provinces of Kars, Erzurum, Bingol, Tunceli, Elazig, Diyabakir, Adiyaman, Urfa, Mardin, Mus, Agri, Igdir, Batman, Bitlis, Siirt, Van, Simak, and Hakkari. These regions have a significant Kurdish population, and we promise to slaughter every last Kurd if you hand over these provinces to us. They will be returned when the deed is done. If Turkey will agree to this without further amendment, we will also join the FOTC.

Flag of El Salvador.svg Republic of the El Salvador:

  • Government: Unitary presidential constitutional republic
    • President: Nayib Bukele
  • Capital City: San Salvador
  • Population: 6.8 Million
  • Economy: El Salvador's economy hasn't gone up but is slowly changing, the economy has become more industrial in the last five years. Mostly focusing now on Food Processing and Tourism.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: $55.762 billion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: $9,359
  • Internal Affairs
    • Lead up to Election The Salvadorian Presidential election is coming up in 2029. mass Propaganda is spread from all three major political parties, those being the New Ideas Party, the FMLN, and the National Republican Alliance. Political Violence starts in the Capital against Bukele supporters and Far-Left protesters who were against Bukele.
    • Crime Crime is still relevant in the nation, with the nation still having one of the most highest crime rates. The President addressed this issue to the nation claiming that the country should have more security laws.
  • International Affairs
    • South Africa: President Bukele condemns the warlords in South Africa. The Salvadorian government wishes the best for South Africa, and for conflicts to stop soon.
    • Support of NATO: El Salvador voices their support for NATO and against Russia. Many Salvadorian officials even propose joining the war on NATO's side.

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 101,263,184

Largest City: Tehran

  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $944,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $24,550
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.764
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: We wish to militarily capitalise on the death of Muhammad Rasul, sending Iranian forces to occupy the territory controlled by his organisation and eliminate any remaining resistance from Taliban forces. Next, with the collapse of the Taliban in Western Afghanistan, our forces move east, hoping to capitalise on any disarray currently being experienced by our enemy. Our forces will also be split into three groups of roughly equal size, with one group remaining in Western Afghanistan to prevent any resurgence of the Taliban in that region, while the other two move east, with one giving the task of tackling the Taliban in Northern Afghanistan and the other sent to fight in the south. Our method of fighting remains similar to what we have been doing for the last few years as our using infantry and armoured forces to take strategic locations along side tactical drone and air strikes while Afghan and Iranian infantry mop up Taliban resistance in the countryside.
    • Syrian War: We move to position a division of Iranian troops near Aleppo to prepare for a counterattack against the Turks if it is captured. Another development in our efforts in Syria occurs as Iran begins using missiles to strike at Turkish military bases and camps in Syria, along with a program of attacking Turkish military convoys from the air. Furthermore all 6 Besat-class submarines are based in Syria, and given the task of targeting Turkish ships travelling to ports in Turkish-occupied Syria. To help facilitate a more offensive approach towards the Syrian situation we deploy the 92nd armoured division to Syria to support our infantry movements.
    • A note from Turkey: The mod opening for 2028 says that it has been captured by the SIG. Since you support the "defending" side, SAA, they'd not accept it, or until whether or not they agree for a ceasefire.
    • Yemeni Civil War: WIP
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Iranian Treasure Initiative: Two ITI projects are completed in 2028 with both the Kerman province zinc mine and East Azerbaijan copper mine beginning to extract material this year. Another mine begins construction in Kurdistan province, mining for gold.
    • Naval upgrades: 2 Besat-class submarines are constructed in 2028, and preliminary estimates for the time it will take for the first Allah’s Sword-class ships to be constructed is 4 years from now.
    • Iranian Space Program: [Secret] With military funding, it is determined that Iran should be able to place up to 6 geostationary spy satellites in orbit by 2035, assuming that the Nowruz II rocket system is functional on schedule (by 2030). We’ve also separated our military missile program into 2 seperate departments, with one each focusing on improving the range, speed and accuracy of missiles launched from our mobile weapons platforms, and the second working in tandem with the Cyrus Project to develop reliable intermediate to long range missiles with the aim to develop a missile with a range of 3,800km. [End Secret].
    • Clean energy: The Ardakanian Solar Array remains under construction, and upgrades on regional electrical infrastructure begin which will distribute the power from the Solar Array once it is operational.
    • New Tank Division: In an effort to help improve and modernise our military Iran begins stockpiling equipment and training troops to serve in a brand new Iranian tank division which will be combat ready in 2029.
  • Diplomacy:
    • Egypt: We repeat our request for Egyptian military support in Syria as a fellow member of the LPME.
      • Egyptian Diplomacy: We will send what we can, but please understand that we aren't exactly in a good spot to help out, what with Sudan being an ISIS puppet.
    • Syria: We would like to suggest that our Syrian allies seek a ceasefire with the Syrian opposition as the recent development of a Turkish puppet state set up in Northern Syria is a more dangerous threat to both sides than they are to each other. Whatever their differences, they both want to preserve a Syrian state, something the Turks are obviously vehemently against.
      • Syrian Arab Republic Diplomacy: Spoilers.
    • Mali: We wish to support Mali in their efforts to defeat ISIS, however as Iran is already occupied with a number of military campaigns, we must offer something other than troops. Specially we offer to send a team of military advisors, all experienced in fighting ISIS from our previous battles with that group. This team would headed by Brigadier General Abolghassem Zahiri.
      • Malian Diplomacy: Very well.
    • Sudan: We offer arms, ammunition and training to any remnants of the Sudanese government forces or any other group standing up to ISIS.
      • Sudanese Diplomacy: We gladly accept the assistance. Please send the arms, ammunition, and military personnel to Khartoum directly, and please make sure they are unarmed.


Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Vico Sotto
    • Vice President: Sarah Elago
  • Capital City: Manila
  • Population: Decrease 103,007,245
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.3 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $17,098
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.786
  • Diplomacy
  • Internal Affairs
    • Luzon Rail Link: The Luzon Rail Link, the Philippines' first high speed rail line, is opened, serving 26 stations from Tuguegarao in northern Luzon to Naga City in southern Luzon. It is estimated to serve over 12 million people and alleviate the dependency of Filipinos on automobiles.
    • 2028 Philippine presidential election: The 2028 Philippine presidential elections take place. Vico Sotto, wins by a landslide against Imee Marcos of the PDP-Laban party, attaining over 74.5% of total votes.

Turn VIII: 2029

Events

NATO reinforcements arrive en-masse in Polish theatres. Elblag is retaken easily as soldiers were evacuated while Polish forces attempt to isolate the city, and the front lines are pushed back to the Russo-Polish border in Kaliningrad. The advance in Belarus is regularly assaulted by missile barrages from the Belarussian military, and the minefields seem to grow in size daily. Several naval engagements occur in the Baltic, but there is no clear indication as to which side is on top. Polish ships attempting to enter the Vistula Lagoon to attack Kaliningrad are met with a formidable combination of Russian ships and coastal defenses. Events of note include the suicide run of one Polish vessel that managed to break through the Vistula Lagoon blockade, and did a number on some of the Kaliningrad harbors before being sunk by Russian coastal defenses. This event has been widely publicized, some media outlets noting the captain of this vessel had lost family in the shelling of Gdańsk.

Baranovichi is captured by NATO forces, but not before heavy losses and scorched-earth tactics render most strategic facilities useless to the occupying forces. The battle for air superiority is far from over, and becomes a contest of superiority between Grodno and Minsk airfields. Polish forces clean up pockets of Belarussian forces in the west, having cut off their supply lines and surrounded them.

The War in Ukraine stabilizes to some degree. There is little progress made by either side, as most actions consist of air raids, airstrikes, and missile barrages - primarily for purposes of psychological warfare. Analysts infer that the Russian Federation could be appeased by ceding Russian-majority regions to its governance, while others criticize this outlook, pointing towards the last major instance where a policy of appeasement was pursued. Outside the warzone, Russophobia has been on the rise in Poland, Ukraine, and other eastern European states. In places with Russian minorities, this has led to less than desirable situations involving discrimination, harassment, and in some cases outright murder. Gangs in Poland and Ukraine regularly "patrol" the streets to "keep them free of the dirty Russian", with hundreds of small "mom-and-pop" establishments in Odesa vandalized for being owned by Russian citizens of Ukraine. While policies in places such as Poland mitigate discrimination to some extent, discriminatory incidents happen regardless, be it by the willful ignorance of sympathetic policemen, or the refusal to acquiesce to the "liberal snowflake agenda".

Following the betrayal of the Syrian Opposition (SIG) by Turkey in the latter's decision to create their own state in Syria, an agreement to a ceasefire was reached by major combatants of the Syrian Civil War. Pro-reconciliatory elements in the SAA prevailed following the assassination of hardliners in 2027, and the SIG was stuck between a rock and a hard place after Aleppo was seized by the Turks. Negotiations were finalized in Homs, and the Syrian Civil War has formally been put on hold to expel the Turkish menace. Notably, Iranian support has been accepted by all parties, despite begrudging demeanors from certain elements in the SDF. What remains of SIG forces have been evacuated from Turkish occupied territories to regroup and prepare for counteroffensives.

A record number of defectors are observed at the Korean DMZ, in addition to a number of defecting patrol guards. Those that aren't shot to death report internal strife in the DPRK, with at least 3 different factions opposing Pyongyang and each other. Shortly after, the ROK crosses the DMZ and publicizes news of a North Korea experiencing civil war. In response to the reignition of the Korean War, several nuclear missiles are launched from Hamhung on a trajectory to multiple major South Korean cities, but all are safely shot down. South Korean forces effectively cruise into the north with little to no resistance until their arrival at Haeju, Sariwon, and Wonsan, all apparently controlled by these rogue factions.

In spite of foreign military presence in West African states to combat the IS threat, there are many who protest the arrival of entities such as the French Foreign Peace Corps, whose activities actively disrupt the supply of affordable goods peddled by IS Toyota truck drivers. Actual engagements with armed militants are few and far between as well, since most known camps are deep in the Sahara to facilitate supply lines.

Protests break out in Paris, criticizing the government's decision to divert personnel and resources to "irrelevant" West African states, especially during a war in Europe that the French state is obligated to assist in. However, there is praise for the government for their efforts at combatting terrorism in such dark times nonetheless, it's just drowned out by the numerous protests.

Player Turns


Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - FireBlaze19 (talk)


  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Andrzej Duda
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • United Right: 228
      • Civic Coalition:140
      • The Left:45
      • Polish Coalition:25
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 38.7 million Increase
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:1871400
      • Krakow:775200
      • Lodz:676650
      • Wroclaw:640940
      • Poznan:532917
      • Gdansk:466900
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 3.5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields.
    • GDP per Capita: 23437.81 USD Increase
    • HDI: 0.904 Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • The Russian Threat-Part 3: Due to the rise of anti-Russian gangs, the punishment for anti-Russian hate crimes rises to 15 years in prison and anyone caught as part of a gang faces jail from 20-50 years. Sympathetic police officers are fired if they refuse to complete their job properly. President Andrzej Duda condemned the gang violence, stating that, ‘It is Russia and Belarus’s oppressive governments we should stand against. The citizens have no part of these dictatorships, and we should stand by them all the same. The Russians have killed our civilians with ruthless indifference. We are not barbarians, to show that we must leave the civilians alone.’ The Anti-Gang Special Armed Unit is formed to combat gangs. 112 clashes between the unit and gangs occur over the year, with 58 people arrested for gang violence.
      • Project Halts: The Green Dawn and Race to Space Projects are put on hold due to the ongoing situation.
      • War Recovery Program: The government releases the War Recovery Program. All damaged infrastructure, including that of Polish-occupied Belarus, are immediately set about being repaired. Funds are set up for families and businesses badly affected by the wars. Most of the money goes towards Gdansk, Gdynia and Elblag.
      • A Polish Hero: The captain of the destroyer OPR Lodz, sadly lost in the battle of Kaliningrad, is identified as Oskar Zielinski. He had originally been completing sea trials with his ship when he lost his family during the shelling of Gdansk. Outraged, he asked for permission to join the fleet attacking Kaliningrad. He set sail with the bombardment fleet, but they arrived to find enormous resistance. The flagship OPR Warsaw was nervous to proceed upon seeing the enormous fleet and coastal defences, despite having air support. Captain Alfred Kaminski of OPR Krakow reported ‘Just by the first encounter we had already lost two minesweepers with a frigate damaged. We were nervous to proceed, fearing more losses, keeping our distance from the Russian ships. Suddenly I saw the OPR Lodz start up and charge towards the Russian blockade, guns blazing. It punched a hole through the Russian defences, allowing us to gain ground and open effective fire on the enemy.’ OPR Lodz shelled the local harbours before finally being sunk, with loss of nearly all hands. Only 10 sailors managed to be rescued by fast attack craft who had followed through the breach. The captain’s bravery however had helped inflict damage upon Kaliningrad harbour and Russian ships. Media outlets in Poland dubbed it ‘The Revenge of the Lodz’.
      • Preparations for the Election: Despite the war, the election in Poland is still planned to go ahead. The presidential candidates are as follows:
      • Jakub Sawicki: United Right
      • Jan Kowalski: Civic Coalition
      • Marek Czarneki: The Left
      • Hanna Dabrowski: Polish Coalition


    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: 1,140 troops reinforce the 9,000 troops remaining in Ukraine. These troops are stationed in Kiev and are ordered to push forwards from Kiev to try to consolidate some ground and reclaim the airport, which is still in Russian hands. The 11,500 other troops are airlifted to Rivne and from there are transported towards Pinsk where they are to engage all resistance and secure Pinsk with Gale Section, and then join them on the journey to Minsk.
        • Polish-Belorussian War: The three sections of Polish troops in Belarus are given names: Tornado, Hurricane and Gale, the North, Central and South divisions respectively. Tornado pushes north, aiming to capture Lida and then flank Minsk. Gale heads for Pinsk, where they hope to meet with Polish troops in Ukraine who have moved north to join the war in Belarus. They then together turn north towards Salihorsk and Minsk. Tornado is instructed to continue from Baranovichi towards Minsk. To try and halt the scorched earth tactics, the Belorussian Elite Volunteer Corps and the Polish Special Forces are deployed to sabotage and harass the opponents and aerial bombardment concentrates on troop positions. The Belorussian Volunteer Corps increases in number and a further 2,390 troops arrive in Belarus, bringing the total number of Polish-Belorussian forces in Belarus to 41,000. In response to heavier bombardment and minefields, reconnaissance missions using drones are flown to detonate minefields before troops reach them, and we respond with our own missile bombardment. [SECRET] A new tactic is designed to combat the Belorussian scorched earth tactic. Called ‘penning in’, air and artillery bombardment will attempt to cut off the Belorussian retreat, preventing them from further scorching the earth. Polish armour and artillery then pin the opponents down, split them into small groups, allowing infantry, armour and air to pick off the groups one by one. Espionage attempts to intercept as many messages as they can, to try and predict Belorussian troops movement. Operation Hailstorm is devised: a plan to capture Minsk and kill Lukashenko if the situation becomes desperate. Paratroopers and special forces, under the cover of darkness and with the aid of the Belorussian Resistance and Volunteer Corps, move silently towards Minsk, taking out nearby guards and troops which may be in the area and preparing for the attack. Then, air bombardment attacks nearby troop positions, drawing any remaining troops’ attention away. This would be the signal for attack. Helicopters and drones attack Lukashenko’s location and nearby troops, with the forces which arrived in the night rapidly advancing to target Lukashenko’s location. Any guards are fought off and orders are given for Lukashenko to be captured or killed. It will still be activated if Polish troops reach the outskirts of the city, but slightly differently. Instead of going straight for Lukashenko, the night force will cut off any possible escape routes while Polish forces swarm the city. [END SECRET]
        • Polish-Russian War: After Elblag was recaptured, the Army and Territorial Defence Force continue to push forward through former Polish lands, being ordered to reclaim all land lost by the initial invasion. However, no order is given to attack Kaliningrad.
        • Military: Conscription is still not introduced. To replace the lost OPR Lodz and other vessels, destroyers OPR Gdynia and OPR Katowice are commissioned, as well as 3 more submarines and 2 frigates. The Gawron-class project, terminated in 2012, is restarted due to the increased need for more vessels. The PL-03 tanks reach 74 in number and the PL-02 tanks reach 173 in number.
      • Diplomacy:
        • Belarus: We give our final warning to Lukashenko, that if he does not surrender and resign, we will ‘mow down all resistance and come and kick you out ourselves’.
        • NATO: We ask for other NATO nations participating in Polish Theatres to follow the Polish lead, and ask to form a council with their commander to help us decide the best course of military action.
          • Flag of France.png French Diplomacy: The contingent of 3,240 French expeditionary troops in Poland-Belarus are reinforced by a further 2,570 troops, with the commander of French expeditionary troops in Poland-Belarus ready to coordinate with Polish forces (you may control the troops as you see fit). A further 5,370 Troupes de Marine are on stand-by for deployment should they be neccesary.
        • A Comment: This war actually started in 2019...

Flag of France.png French Republic

  • President: Xavier Bertrand
  • Population: Increase 68,789,000
  • Economy:
    • GDP (PPP): Increase $3.3 trillion
      • GDP per capita (PPP): Increase $50,392
    • GDP (nominal): Increase $3 trillion
    • GDP per capita (nominal): Decrease $46,879
  • HDI: Increase 0.907 (very high)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Écu: French cryptocurrency Écu, which is pegged to the value of gold, becomes increasingly popular with the French public, particularly in areas leaning towards the traditional socialist left as well as the anti-establishment right, due to its ability to retain value over time and negate the effects of Euro inflation. This coincides with a wave of anti-ECB sentiment in France, particularly with regards to the role of the Central Bank in causing inflation and encouraging debt. Écu is one among a number of cryptocurrencies seeing rising support as an alternative to fiat currency. This sentiment is tentatively encouraged by the government.
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • War in the Baltic: 4 destroyers and 2 frigates are deployed to support the Polish standoff against the Russians of Kaliningrad.
    • War in Ukraine: French expeditionary troops in Ukraine are reinforced by a further 10,000 troops for a total of 22,000 troops deployed to the country. The Air Force deploys a further 27 aircraft to Ukraine to reinforce the initial deployment of 15 attack aircraft. Additional attack aircraft deployments are being considered.
    • Operation Barkhane: Following protests in France and criticisms in Parliament, the nature of Operation Barkhane is re-evaluated. Further emphasis is placed on connecting rural Northeast Mali to the more urbanised Southwest via the construction and patrol of desert highways in order to allow affordable goods to reach rural Mali. The role of local troops and local Peace Corps volunteers is increased to reduce perceptions of "foreign actors" in the region among locals. Taking inspiration from the insurgents themselves, supply runs are made by cheaper but faster light-armoured vehicles. There is talk among Army Command as to the possible creation of of a French Long-Range Desert Group (LRDG), not unlike that of the the British LRDG formerly active in North Africa during WW2. A re-evaluation of French military strategy in Mali results in the withdrawal of 2,040 troops with a new emphasis on low-cost highly-mobile light infantry to combat Islamist insurgents. Furthermore, 4 UAVs are deployed in the region to identify and annihilate high-value desert targets. Lower-value targets are identified and coordinates sent to light infantry on the ground. This new form of Operation Barkhane is expected to be see more success.

  • ----Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk) The year 2028 is a dark year for the world, and a year which Turkey has to make some tough choices. The recent offered help from Russia means the Russians may be planning a future alliance with us, but at the same time we are attached to NATO. Turkey has to choose between the Democratic forces of the West or the expansive forces of the East. The clock is ticking, though, as both sides are on each other's throats. Turkey also has to choose internally. Socialism and Far-Right organizations have risen, even though at smaller rates from the rest of Europe. While the more democratic side wants to keep our ways, the Socialists want to overthrow the government, and the Far-Rights go beyond that, wanting to spread our influence in the world and be a nation with turks. Only turks. With all these options within our reach, we will have to make some tough choices.
    • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Semi-Autocratic Democracy (For now, maybe.)
    • Language: Turkish
    • Ethnicity: Turkish
    • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
    • Population: 88.6 Million (I also realized the numbers were a little too high.
    • Biggest City: Istanbul
    • GDP: 827.8 Billion USD
    • HDI: .886
    • Internal Affairs:
    • The Deciding of the 2027 Elections: Sorry, I thought that the election was every 5 years, but it was every 4 years...
    • The AKP (Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi): Now led by Remziye Aksit, the AKP wins amongst some of the eastern states including a some of the Kurdish ones, because of his plans to "De-Secularize" the country; although that doesn't end up in the long term because the rest of the country is favored of Ataturk's (founder of the country) secularist reforms.
    • The CHP (Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi): Is led by Salih Arslan again, he does manage to make his way into a "first term", partly because of the government's making the HDP look less desirable amongst the young adults. For some time, the CHP was actually afraid of losing because the HDP's accusation of the Syrians forming a coalition against us, but wins.
    • The HDP (Halklarin Demokratik Partisi): Is now led by Oguz Akcabay. He claims that the liberals are trying to make them look bad, and that this is a "scandal". He blamed the CHP for the uptick in favor of other parties of the Civil War, but the CHP argues that "they couldn't handle our victories", and that there isn't any way that the selection of parties influencing the outcome of a war.
    • Salih Arslan wins again, promising his country the end of the Syrian war in our favor, and making the country more advanced in technology.
    • Pearl of the Middle East: A few skyscrapers are built in the building sites for the city, along with 22 buildings/ infrastructure. The president is taken to the city which the artificial canal meets the Marmara Sea, and forged by civilians who saw this canal as very limpid, the city of "Kanalduru". The artificial strait is also renamed to the Kanalduru Strait. The city is rapidly growing, and the president came in late October and announced its opening. This also helps him win popularity for the next election.
    • Clean Energy: We make sure that our new city will have very low carbon emissions, and we also start investing in solar and hydrapower.
    • Turkish Space Race We enter the Space Race partly because we want to be seen as a major country, and partly because we want to become more self-sustainable. We increase our inventive and innovative budget in these areas as well.
    • We also improve the living standards to ordinary people, and we make sure to supply every city, town, and major villages with electricity and clean, running water. We hope to do these by carbon-neutral means.
    • International Affairs:
    • Wars:
    • Kurdistan War: After 2 and a half years of waiting for the decrease in resources, we finally attack the Kurdish pocket again, contentrating our resources there. Whether or not that succeeds, we will also make and destory another pocket in the east, but this time we plan to do it very swift, already having a short amount of space to spearhead to cut part of the army off.

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    • Syrian War: We decide to send in a few more divisions, the best of our armies; we send in a tank division, an armored division, and a regular one. We hope that this can even out the sides... We attack part of the coast of Syria, which is our only offensive for the year, only to encircle an army there; we decide to go defensive until we can figure out a way to win. We put up more fortifications, especially in cities, but our top priority is our frontlines that are within 25 miles of Aleppo. We also station our armored division there.
    • [Secret The encirclement project is done by: 1, taking some of the armored reinforcements in the region and supply them with some already there. 2: Start a spearhead to the coast, where we hope to surround the forces stationed there in a swift manner, to make sure they don't evacuate. 3: Reinforce the new frontlines with infantry brigades. 4: Some of our submarines for 2 months will be stationed there, to make sure the armies can't escape by water. 5: Bombard any airports in the region to make sure they can't escape by air. And 6: Start a bombing campaign of their armies, and attack them on every side. If number 6 fails now, we'll wait a few months and try it again, now they have less supplies and food.
    • We also send our submarines to the regions where the Iranians are sabotaging our trade, we want to put an end to this silly circus; some of the submarines include our most powerful ones, and we increase the production of submarines, and invest a little innovative power there.
    • We decide to rennovate on rocketry, which we are behind compared to Iran.
    • Diplomacy:
    • Sudan: To not let Iran get too much influence, we also offer help to the Sudanese to end this new wave of ISIS.
    • North Africa: We would like to have a free trade agreement between Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, we'd like a better cooperation between our nations.
    • Mali: We also request to help the Malise against the terrorists which threaten their existance.
    • Yemen: We'd like to send material aid to Yemen, to end the civil war once and for all.
    • Iraqi Diplomacy Continued [Secret, if you don't know]: We think that the offer for a genocide is inhumane, but we still want to make a deal with the Iraqi. We ask the Iraqi about whether or not it wants something from Syria, and that we may likely accept your wants from Syria. The only thing we want in return is military help, and if you'd like you can invade Syria from the rear, occupying a considerable amount of land with little resistance. The joining to FOTC is also not required in this proposal. (Also, you can still take the 2010 lands you once had.)
      • Sudanese Diplomacy: Send all the supplies to Khartoum, and make sure the flight crew are completely unarmed.
      • Algerian, Moroccan, and Tunisian Diplomacy: No.


Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 91,950,579 (It has been pointed out to me that I had miscalculated Iran's population growth in previous years. This is a more realistic figure)
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $971,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $2,100
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.758
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: We continue to execute our plan from last year, attacking the remainder of the Taliban in a forked movement branching North and South. Seeing the successes we have made so far, no major change to our strategy in Afghanistan is made and we continue to use the same tactics we have been using, i.e airstrikes on Taliban military targets and using ground forces to weed out all remaining Taliban forces from Afghanistan.
    • Syrian War: Following the groundbreaking achievement that was 2028’s Syrian ceasefire, all Iranian forces in Syria are relocated to to frontline with Turkey. We try to organise with Syrian forces, from all sides, to retake Aleppo, as we ourselves place the 92nd armoured division to split into two columns which will try to encircle Turkish forces in the city whilst an Iranian infantry division, hopefully with Syrian help will move to engage Turkish forces in Aleppo. Our submarine raiding of Turkish ships continues, assisted by 3 brand new Besat-class submarines, as does our air strike campaign against Turkish troops and Convoys. We also ramp up the number of missile strikes against stationary military targets throughout Turkish-occupied Syria.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • 2029 Iranian Presidential Election: Despite some speculation that Supreme Leader Eshaq Jahangiri would not permit President Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi to run for re-election due to ideological differences, this turns out to not be the case, perhaps due to Jahromi’s popularity or recent achievements in Afghanistan and Syria. Nonetheless Jahromi does indeed run for re-election and wins 66% of the vote, with voters clearly approving of his first term in office, whether due to his success against the Taliban, the recent Syrian ceasefire or the lessening of internet restrictions in Iran. However, it is reported than significant numbers of ballots are marked as voting for outlawed parties, particularly left-wing parties, within Iran. At his inauguration Jahromi promises to continue fighting for “peace, stability and prosperity for the Middle East” and to continue his efforts to “usher in an Iranian golden age”.
    • Iranian Treasure Initiative: A uranium mine in Hormozgan Province and a chromium mine in Fars Province finish production this year, with all remaining ITI projects expected to be finished in the years from 2030-2034 and next year a committee will evaluate the success of the ITI and decide whether to further extend it past the current 2031 deadline. As such, no new projects are undertaken by the ITI this year.
    • Naval upgrades: 3 Besat-class submarines are deployed and begin raiding Turkish ships travelling to Syria.
    • Iranian Space Program: A sub-orbital flight of the Nowruz II rocket system occurs in 2029, taking Air Force Sarhang Farid Abbasi into space, launched from a site in Razavi Khorasan province and touching down in the Persian Gulf. This successful flight paves the way for an Iranian to go into orbit next year. [Secret] Iran’s military space program is also encouraged by the test flight of the Nowruz II rocket system. Hopefully, following next year’s orbital flight, we will be able to move forward with our espionage satellite program. In terms of missiles, construction on a number of missile silos within Iran is made a top priority, in order to increase our capacity to launch military missiles [End Secret].
    • Nuclear Research: [Secret] The Cyrus Project now nears completion, with a working plan for a nuclear weapon finalised and construction on several of said weapon drawing to a close by the end of 2029. We plan to test a nuclear weapon in the early months of 2030 [End Secret].
    • Clean energy: Along with the huge Ardakan Solar Array, we begin work on several more minor projects including wind farms near Tehran and Tabriz and government investment in an Iranian company manufacturing solar panels for housing. Though these projects it is our aim to have net-zero emissions by 2050.
    • Electronics Industry: The Iranian government begins offering subsidies for Iranian technology startups in both software and hardware, as well as cutting fees for computing courses at university.
    • New Tank Division: The 93rd armoured division is established, however it is not deployed to combat yet, instead being stationed near the Turkish border along with forces previously stationed there.
  • International Affairs:
    • Kurds: [Secret] We seek to contact Kurdish separatist groups in Turkey and Iraq, making an offer of Iranian support and guidance if they rise up against their oppressors. [End Secret].
    • China: Through our 2023 agreement we wish to purchase Chinese-made arms and armoured vehicles in particular, 150 type 99A tanks and 25,000 QCQ-171 sub machine guns.
      • Chinese Diplomacy: Accepted.

Flag of El Salvador.svg Republic of El Salvador:

  • Government: Unitary presidential constitutional republic
    • President: Nayib Bukele
  • Capital City: San Salvador
  • Population: 6.8 Million
  • Economy: El Salvador's economy is going down but slowly changing, the economy has become more industrial in the last five years.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: $55.632 billion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: $9,359
  • Internal Affairs
    • Election: The Election has arrived with Bukele leading in the polls, upon election day Bukele won and sat confrerably at 60%. Arena and FMLN did not put up much of a fight against Bukele.
  • International Affairs
    • War: El Salvador still requests a stronger alliance with NATO, believing the El Salvador-U.S. alliance had slowly been deteriorating.
    • US Diplomacy: Very well, we accept.

Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Vico Sotto
    • Vice President: Sarah Elago
  • Capital City: Maharlika City
  • Population: Decrease 102,745,200
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.3 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $17,098
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.786
  • Diplomacy
  • Internal Affairs
    • Domestic Security: Military and security presence is heightened especially across Mindanao to curb the threat of terrorism and political instability in the region. Negotiations are also to be discussed with the remnants of rebel groups such as the New People's Army.
    • Capital City: The Philippines officially moves its capital from the National Capital Region to Maharlika City (formerly known as New Clark City) in Central Luzon, as a response to the vulnerability of the previous capital to natural disaster risks. An additional 100,000 people is expected to relocate out of the National Capital Region by 2030 as part of the country's decentralization campaign. Maharlika City will also host the new headquarters of most government agencies.

Turn IX: 2030

Events

In a televised statement, Lukashenko announces his resignation as leader of Belarus, as well as the dissolution of the Belarussian government. Belarus ceases to exist as a sovereign state, and is annexed into the Russian Federation after securing an overwhelming majority in a referendum. This has sparked outrage in the West, with years of propaganda leading to many believing the referendum is rigged in some way, as they usually do if the result does not align with their interests. On the ground, Russian forces begin moving west to meet with the invading Polish forces. Baranovichi is retaken after a few days of fighting, with Russian artillery bombarding occupied Grodno and Kobryn.

Operation Hailstorm is considered a failure due to Lukashenko not actually being in Minsk. Coupled with poor timing of the Operation, Minsk was held by Polish forces for a brief period before Russian forces recaptured it without too much issue, having prevented the creation of viable supply lines by intercepting Polish incursions from Lida and Pinsk (both under Polish occupation as of 2030).

Moscow releases a statement, calling for an end to the Russo-Ukrainian War and Russophobic sentiment in Eastern Europe. What Russia wants from this is clear: the transfer of majority Russian-speaking territories from Ukraine to the Russian Federation as autonomous zones preceding a long-term plan for annexation. It has also broken its silence on NATO's involvement, stating that Moscow does not wish to escalate the war. If NATO intends to disrupt the path to peace and security, it will be met with a force overdue in this conflict.

Elsewhere in the conflict, the frontlines in Kaliningrad and Ukraine remain static, however Russian forces have recaptured a decent chunk of Crimea.

Following years of an unbroken ceasefire, the Tatmadaw government and NUG begin styling themselves as Burma and South Myanmar respectively in a manner akin to the former status quo in the Korean peninsula. Whether this will become a status quo in itself, remains to be seen.

The Turkish-Syrian War is marked by overwhelming firepower concentrated in the northeast, as well as a fierce firefight for Aleppo. Desert warfare tactics prove effective in pushing back the Turkish advance in the northeast. Rumors have begun floating over Baghdad, insinuating that Iraq may well do something regarding the illegal Turkish invasion in the north.

Pyongyang has allegedly fallen to rogue military factions, with the legitimate DPRK government fleeing to China. Several more nuclear missile launches have been detected over the peninsula, all of which have been shot down or were duds. The revived Korean War continues, with a noticeable absence of the usual American involvement, due to them being preoccupied in Europe.

Player Turns


Flag of Poland.svg Republic of Poland: - FireBlaze19 (talk)


  • Government: Representative presidential democracy
    • President: Jan Kolwaski
    • Legislature: We have a bicameral parliament, split into the Sejm and the Senat, which comes together to form the National Assembly (the Zgromadzenie Narodowe) and we also have the Supreme court (Sąd Najwyższy).
      • Civic Coalition:250
      • United Right: 107
      • The Left:49
      • Polish Coalition:32
  • Language: Polish
  • Population: 38.28 million Decrease
    • Population Breakdown:
      • Warsaw:1881400
      • Krakow:775900
      • Lodz:645650
      • Wroclaw:640240
      • Poznan:532617
      • Gdansk:476900
  • Economy: The manufacturing sector has begun to decline slightly with tertiary and quaternary industries increasing, while the employment in the primary sector has plummeted to just 3.5% of the nation as coal mines begin to close from growing pressure from rival political parties and the climate groups. The quaternary industry has increased thanks to government promotion of these fields.
    • GDP per Capita: 23437.91 USD Increase
    • HDI: 0.904 Increase


  • Turn:
    • Internal Affairs:
      • Election Results: Jan Kowlaski wins the election by a staggering number of votes. The war has caused much panic throughout the Polish nation, with President Kowlaski pledging to end the war and bring back the old growth of Poland before, such as the Space and Climate Programs. He also pledges to reduce homophobia and racism throughout Poland and to bring greater prosperity to the nation.
      • The Russian Threat-Part 4: The Russian annexation of Belarus causes an explosion in Russiaphobia. Crowds publicly burn Russian flags, smash figures of Lukashenko and Russian government officials and military leaders and throw dummies of Lukashenko and Putin into the sea. #DOWN WITH RUSSIA swarms social media in Poland, with Russian minorities even being targeted. The police struggle to contain the riots, forcing the Territorial Defence Force and Special Forces being sent in to contain the growing violence, including helping the police take down the gangs.
      • War Recovery Program: The War Recovery Program is put on hold in some Belorussian areas due to the Russian offensive. Instead, the military is told to help Belorussians in the area by protecting them and evacuating from ‘violence hotspots’ indicated by Polish intelligence.
      • Belarus Affairs: A peace proposal is sent to the Russians. Should it be successful, the Polish occupied areas of Belarus will remain under Polish control for 2 months before a stable government can be created. If unsuccessful, a truce for 6 months will be offered instead.
    • International Affairs:
      • Wars and Conflicts:
        • Russo-Ukrainian War: Troop positions remain largely similar. An extra 120 troops join NATO positions in Ukraine, concentrated around Crimea due to large Russian movement there.
        • Polish-Russian War: Instead of trying to ‘liberate’ the rest of Belarus, efforts are switched to consolidating Polish positions instead. An additional 1,250 troops join the troops on the Belorussian front. Because the Russians are far too strong and the war is becoming ever more bloody, Polish troops are ordered forward to retake Baranovichi and any land occupied in 2029 lost in 2030, accompanied by air support and artillery bombardment. Hurricane sector is the division most affected by this renewed counter-offensive; Gale and Tornado are told to move forward slightly before being told to hold their ground against the Russian forces. If all lost land is retaken, Polish troops will be ordered to advance a little further before consolidating their position. In Kaliningrad, the Army and Territorial Defence Force are ordered to drive the last of the Russian troops back into Kaliningrad before forming a protective ‘shell’ to prevent a counterattack, alongside air and naval support.
        • Military: Factories continue to churn out military equipment, but at a lesser rate than before. OPR Orzel finishes construction and is completing sea trials.
      • Diplomacy:
        • Russia: A Peace proposal is sent to Russia to end the Polish-Russian War for once and for all. The terms are:
          • That all territory possessed by Poland in 2029 is returned to Polish control, alongside territories captured in 2030.
          • That the former nation of Belarus be divided, forming West Belarus (Polish occupation before a stable government can be formed) and East Belarus (Russian control, whatever the Russians want to do with it)
          • That both nations take full responsibility in reparations of the region, mainly Poland due to us being the initial aggressor.
          • That all Polish land still in Russian hands be returned.
          • That, in return for returning former lands, Poland withdraws its troops from Belarus as soon as order and stability is restored.
          • That any new countries created must be left alone unless they cause anarchy or disruption in peace.
          • That if civil war occurs, both countries may be allowed to intervene.

Flag of France.png French Diplomacy: France is prepared to support these terms.

Flag of Turkey.png Turkish Diplomacy: Turkey also agrees to this terms for a ceasefire.


Flag of France.png French Republic:

  • President: Xavier Bertrand
  • Population: 69,674,000
  • Economy:
    • GDP (PPP): $3.34 trillion
      • GDP per capita (PPP): $50,792
    • GDP (nominal): $3.1 trillion
    • GDP per capita (nominal): $46,979
  • HDI: 0.907 (very high)
  • Internal Affairs:
    • Écu: As antagonism towards the Eurozone continues to mount and move into riots, a referendum is held on the adoption of a modified version of Écu as legal tender in France, in opposition to European and French central banking. The referendum passes in the affirmative and Écu is adopted as French legal tender. This is vehemently opposed by the European Commission which threatens legal action. However, due to the overwhelming support for French monetary sovereignty, this only increases antagonism towards the EU. Though this was never the government's goal, when it becomes clear that France cannot legally leave the Eurozone even if a supermajority of the French desire to do so, approval of the Eurozone plummets to rock bottom. The French government enters into a legal battle with the EU, threatening to disregard the European Court of Justice.
  • Foreign Affairs:
    • War in Ukraine: France is prepared to accept terms (within reason) negotiated between Russia and Ukraine for an end to the war in that country.
    • Operation Barkhane: As protests in France continue to rise and efforts to forestall the advance of terrorists in Mali continue to stagnate, most troops outside of advisors and the Desert Patrol Group are withdrawn from the country.

Flag of Iran.png The Islamic Republic of Iran

  • Government: Unitary Islamic Republic
    • Supreme leader: Eshaq Jahangiri
    • President: Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi
  • Capital City: Tehran, Tehran Province
  • Population: 92,663,698
    • Largest City: Tehran
  • Economy:
    • Currency: Toman
    • GDP: $1,004,000,000,000
    • GDP Per Capita (PPP in USD): $3,000
    • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.763
  • Wars and Conflicts:
    • War in Afghanistan: Iran embarks on a major push to decisively defeat the Taliban in 2030, ramping up the intensity and frequency of assaults on Taliban forces and fortifications. Of the 30,000 Iranian forces in Western Afghanistan actingas a garrison, 10,000 are sent to the fronts on the East with 5,000 moving North and 5,000 South. Supported by an increased number of drone strikes and bombings, we hope to be able to make significant gains against the Taliban and put Afghaistan back on the path to peace and prosperity.
    • Syrian War: We continue to fight along the entire frontline with Turkey in Syria alongside Syrian forces. We begin to equip our soldiers on the frontline with newly-bought Chinese equipment. Though most of the type 99A tanks are deployed to the 92nd armoured division at Aleppo, Iranian forces in the Northeast are given priority in terms of new guns in an effort to capitalise on our recent successes there and redouble our efforts to push Turkish forces back to their pre-war border in that atrea. [Secret] We begin to try and use the drone strike program that have produced such great results in Afghanistan, seeking to seek out Turkish commanders in Syria and neutralise them. However, like the missile strikes we have been conducting for the past few years, these will be limited to the just the area's of Syria occupied by Turkey, rather than in Turkey-proper [Secret].
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Iranian Treasure Initiative: Iran has decided to extend the ITI program for another 10 years, citing the achievements it has made regarding the Iranian mining industry. The Khamenei chromium mine is completed and a second uranium mine in Hormozgan Province is approved for construction.
    • Naval upgrades: Our last 3 Besat-class submarines are now operational and deployed with the rest of that class to Syrian waters.
    • Iranian Space Program: Despite some concerns regarding his political affiliation, Farid Abbasi is selected to pilot the Adam I mission into orbit following an injury sustained by the preferred candidate, Ali Zangane. Abbasi, a 38-year old Sarhang in the Iranian Air Force and veteran of the Iraqi, Syrian and Afghan Civil Wars, who had previously flown a sub-orbital spaceflight in 2029, launches from Razavi Khorasan and pilots the Adam I spacecraft on 3 orbits of Earth on the 5th of May 2030 before splashing down in the Arabian Sea and being picked up and returned to a hero’s greeting in Tehran. [Secret] The “Persian Eyes” spy satellite program is approved to begin development of a prototype spy satellite and new Nowruz III system to bring it into orbit. Currently the schedule is to have 2 of these satellites in orbit by 2037. construction of silos that will house missiles currently capable of deploying large payloads up to 2000km, with work beginning on a new generation of missiles that will increase that number to 3,800km [End Secret].
    • Nuclear Research: [Secret] Finally, after years of painstaking research, it would appear that the Cyrus Project is complete. We have finished work on 3 uranium-powered nuclear devices, one of which is to be tested in a remote part our Yazd province [End Secret].
    • Clean energy: Construction on the Ardakanian Solar Array is finalised in 2030, and hailed as an example of Iranian ingenuity and a symbol of Iran’s prosperous future. The state of Tehran also begins offering rebates for households and businesses that install rooftop solar panels.
  • Internal Affairs and Events:
    • Turkmenistan: We extend an offer to Turkmenistan to join the LPME, and share in the economic and mdefence benefits that such a membership would entail.
    • Iraq: As a preventative measure, 5 divisions of Iranian troops are stationed along our border with Iraq in case of military action by Iraq. We issue an official statement saying that we consider any attack against another member ofd the LPME to be an attack against us as well, and would see that as grouynd for economic and military action taken against said aggressor nation.
    • Afghanistan: While our current tactics of splitting up our enemy and weeding out any underground forces in Afghanistan are proving fruitful and should be able to militarily defeat the Taliban, we now begin to look to what will happen following the Taliban's defeat. It is the opinion of the Iranian government that the only way to truely defeat the Talibanis to ensure that Afghanistan is to properly rebuild Afghanistan. In order to achieve this goal, we wish to make an offer to Afghanistan of a total of $2 billion in foreign aid, provided that it is spent thusly: with $250 million on education, $300 million on healthcare facilities, $500 million on defence, $750 million on rebuilding infratructure and the reaining $200 million to be spent at their discresion.
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    • Flag of Turkey.png Republic of Turkey: - TheOttomanConqueror(talk)
    • Government: Formal: Unitary Republic Real: Semi-Autocratic Democracy (For now, maybe.)
      • Language: Turkish
      • Ethnicity: Turkish
      • Ethnic minorities: Kurds, Syrian Arabs
      • Population: 89.5 Million
      • Biggest City: Istanbul, with a rise in Kanalduru
      • GDP: 833.2 Billion USD
      • HDI: .889
      • Internal Affairs:
      • International Affairs:
      • War:
      • WIP for now, but I'll put up some basics just in case:
      • Diplomacy:
      • Turkmenistan: We have a counter-offer, for Turkmenistan to join the FOTC instead; we'd like us two Turkic countries working together, and we may help Turkmenistan if it has economic problems or a war (offensive ones DO count), we would gladly help them. We could also alter the name if you really don't like it.
      • Iraqi Diplomacy [Secret again]: We tell them that we can quickly put up divisions along the Iraqi-Iran border, and that we shall help them with 1.3 billion USD if they declare war on you. We also tell them that we invaded Kurdistan because we'd like to prevent a stable Kurdish nation, an interest we share; and that we'd return it to you once we're done ending the attempt of a Kurdish nation; and if you participate in the Syrian Civil War, we'd aid you with 3 fresh divisions, one armored, and plenty of air support; and that you'd be free to annex or set up a puppet state of any third of Syria that you want when the war is over.
      • Mali: We also request to help the Malise against the terrorists which threaten their existance.
      • Yemen: We'd like to send material aid to Yemen, to end the civil war once and for all.
      • Syrian Occupation: We now announce that an official Syrian state to be created from the lands that we originally occupied; we build a Republic out of the ashes; we say that we have no interest in annexing lands from the Syrian people; also we'd say that if this new state is destroyed, the peoples of Syria would have to enduce another 5 to 10 years of war. We also start supporting economically the new state's cities, towns, and villages; lots of hospitals are built, along with a considerable number of schools. We also start repairing cities that our state has, the only exception being the frontline cities including Aleppo. We also say that if we become successful in a frontline, the previous frontline cities (Including Aleppo) will recieve reconstruction (this will also make some people in Aleppo want to fight for their city to be repaired, but I doubt I'll get much).

Flag of the Philippines.svg Republic of the Philippines:

  • Government: Unitary presidential republic
    • President: Vico Sotto
    • Vice President: Sarah Elago
  • Capital City: Maharlika City
  • Population: Decrease 102,645,104
  • Economy: Philippines' economy is newly industrialized, transitioning from one based upon agriculture to an economy with more emphasis upon services and manufacturing. The country's primary exports include semiconductors, transportation equipment, copper products, petroleum, coconut oil, and fruits.
    • GDP(PPP) Total: Increase $1.34 trillion
    • GDP(PPP) Per Capita: Increase $19,245
    • Human Development Index: Increase 0.792
  • Diplomacy
    • Korean War: The Philippines declares itself to have limited involvement in the Korean War with the exception of humanitarian aid.
  • Internal Affairs
    • Green Technology: The Philippines continues to establishes itself as one of the leading countries in green technology, with the opening of solar and hydroelectric power plants to further decrease its dependence on coal. Sales of electric vehicles rise as older vehicles are phased out on the road. The government also invests in the construction of large scale recycling facilities, which can convert various forms of garbage to new items.
    • Reclaimed Water: Several muncipalities in Luzon, including Manila and Maharlika City, inaugurate its new factories for highly treated reclaimed wastewater. The water collected from sewage and other sources undergo various processes, including ultrafiltration removing solids, reverse osmosis removing bacteria and heavy metals, and ultraviolet disinfection.
    • Autonomous Region of Batanes: The islands of Batanes are officially granted autonomy from the Philippine government following a regional referendum. Under the new political reform, the Ivatan people will be given more power to control the politics, economy and society of their communities, in an attempt to preserve indigenous culture and the high level of stability in the region.
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