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STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION

Resilient Acceleration is neither a supranational organization nor an executive international body. Rather, it is an advocacy group; a de-facto political party, structured as such, acting as such, whose primary activity is to coordinate fundings and international affairs, help each other win elections in their home states, and lobby, pressure, or communicate with national governments.

General Meeting of Stakeholders. The General Meeting of Stakeholders (GMS) is the organization's highest decision-making body and is consisted of every member of Resilient Acceleration. Currently, there are 1,146 members from all across the world, representing various interests, RA-aligned political parties, movements, NGOs, and corporations that support the organization's mission of resilient accelerationism. Following the 2031 reform, all members must carry a "mandate of representation" from at least one legally sanctioned organizational entity from "partner countries" which are then combined into alliances, resulting in the rise of quasi-political parties solely based on geographical distribution and type. As of 2033, the GMS consists of 22 different groups.

Table 1. General Meeting of Stakeholders

No.

Interest Group

Type

Country

Weight of Influence (WoI)

Description

1

US Technology and Climate Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

United States

21%

Global Political Action Committee (GPAC) that represents various US technological and green energy industries, with members ranging from new startups to giants such as Alphabet, Sendja Sapiens, and Tesla. Key interests includes purging Chinese competition off the global market everywhere. It is particularly intent in the destruction of the EU to obliterate her stringent privacy, anti-trust, and anti-AI laws, replaced by a return to Cold War-style American domination.

2

New Democratic Party (NewDem)

Political Party

United States

10%

Liberal-progressive political party that has governed the US since 2032. Following split with the democratic socialists, the party is now seized by moderate Democrats and tech magnates.

3

Bharata Janata Party (BJP)

Political Party

India

10%

Hindutva, economically conservative political party that has governed India since 2014. Following the assassination of PM Amit Shah by Kashmiri Islamists, the party has seen an authoritarianism tilt towards an even more extreme version of Hindutva.

4

India Innovation Chamber

Corporate Lobby Group

India

7%

India's largest business and technological association founded through a merger in 2031 in part of the RA's recommendation.

5

South Asian Water Security Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

India, Bangladesh, Japan

3%

Association of infrastructure corporations, investment groups (mostly from Japan), agricultural unions, and local governments involved in the Great Indian Water Crisis due to climate change and China's damming of Tibetan water sources. Key interests includes desalination programs and political mobilization to both halt China's increasing enroachment and support India's dam megaprojects in the west at the expense of Pakistan's existential survival.

6

Japan Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Corporate Lobby Group

Japan

6%

Group of Japan's largest technological companies and venture capital firms, keen on rapid expansion in infrastructure and commercial technology in South, Southeast, and West Asia as the region's most ferocious competitor to Chinese investments.

7

Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)

Political Party

Japan

7%

Japan's pro-business, nationalist ruling political party that has historically dominated the country after World War II. Following the scrapping of Article 9, it has pursued a police of increased self-reliance, treating the US as a critical mutual ally as opposed to a "master".

8

Israeli Governing Association (IGA)

Political Party Group

Israel

7%

An association of Israel's ruling right-wing coalition with dynamic membership based on the government's present composition. Israel's multipartisanism makes it difficult for any party to seize absolute majority like many other political parties in the RA, and the IGA was founded as a solution.

9

North European Economic Association

Corporate Lobby Group

European Union, UK

3%

Alliance of European industries furious at the EU's lackluster management of the 2020s economic crisis, collapse of the Eurozone, and immovable bureaucracy. Other than the USTCF, it is the largest sponsor to Eurosceptic and far-right populist parties with the goal of returning the EU back into an EEC-like status in terms of her anti-business tendencies.

10

EuroReform

Political Party Group

European Union

8%

Merger of elements from the EPP and the far-right ECR and ID that rose during the Second European Migrant Crisis following African instability and climate change. While varying in the ideological spectrum, it is united in its common goal of turning the European Union into a strong "anti-immigration force" with cohesive borders that repels further migrant influx by military force, and has forged a de-facto alliance with USTCF and NEEA to achieve her goals. An important factor was the "Climate Question", which fractured Europe's far-right movements into supporters and denialists.

11

Korean Industrial Consolidation Forum

Political-Econoimc Cooperation

Korea

3%

Government-sanctioned political action committee representing both the Korean tech and industrial corporations and the two largest political parties, intent on following Japan's drive to expand south and challenge China's economic domination and investments in Asia and Africa.

12

National Awakening Party - Unification (PKB-B)

Political Party

Dwipantara

1%

Dwipantara's big tent ruling power who was once the political arm of the Nahdlatul Ulama liberal-moderate Muslim organization. It has gradually transformed into a modern, pro-business political party under the reign of presidents Rein D. Alatas and Nadiem Makarim, intent on consolidating Dwipantara's position as leader of ASEAN.

13

Southeast Asian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Corporate Lobby Group

Dwipantara, Vietnam, Phillipines, Singapore, Malaysia

1%

Alliance of national industry chambers such as KADIN, formed with RA recommendation to consolidate pro-Washington, pro-Tokyo interests in the region and gradually "sanitize" maritime Southeast Asian economy from overbearing Chinese influence.

14

Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV)

Political Party

Vietnam

1%

Despite being of similar ideology with the CCP, Vietnam's geopolitical position has made her a natural military and economic close mutual ally of the US and Japan, leading to her pivotal role in the Quad and later APTO.

15

Asia-Pacific Technological Security Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

Maritime ASEAN, Japan, Korea, India, US, Canada, Mexico, PROSUR

1%

Forum of technology, business, intelligence, and security leaders aimed at intelligence and technology sharing and cooperation to counter China's increasing cyber threat and "rogue behaviors".

16

Center for Progress and Development of South America (CENSUR)

Political-Economic Cooperation

PROSUR

2%

The "brain" of the Forum for the Progress and Development of South America (PROSUR), a right-wing regional organization that represents Washington's interests in competing against Chinese influence in South America and in securing rare earth reserves in return of support. It consists of America-funded think tanks, industry groups, military officers, churches, and members within right-wing political parties from all across the region, all aiming at purging left-wing politics from Argentina to Mexico as they are seen by members as the source of debt, stagnation, corruption, and Chinese intrusion.

17

Conservative and Unionist Party

Political Party

England

2%

England's conservative, populist ruling power since 2011 that oversaw dramatic crises such as the loss of Scotland and the 2020s economic malaise. The first party to comprehensively implement "digital populism" to maintain electoral supremacy despite obvious failures, which became the primary inspiration of America's NewDem.

18

African Sustainable Economic Initiative

Corporate Lobby Group

COMESA, CEN-SAD, EU, US

1%

Political group and security cooperation primarily managed by the French government that connects to various ruling parties in North, West and Central Africa, funded heavily by NEEA and USTCF with the goal of "stripping dry" the continent of critical resources, most importantly rare earth mineral and phosphorus, in a ferocious competition against China. It was first founded as part of Secretary Pasca's "Reopening" policy, seen by many as basically Tech-sponsored neo-imperialism.

19

World Aerospace Industries Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

US, Japan, India, EU, UK, UAE

2%

Assoication of both space industries and elements within space agencies with interests in resolving common threats such as space junk coordination, joint space projects, infrastructure and uniform regulations, solar weathers, China's military threat, and cybersecurity. It is also intent in lobbying and promoting further space exploration programs to national governments, most importantly is the human colonization of Mars.

20

Asia-Africa Association of Science

Academic Lobby Group

US, India, ASEAN, AU

1%

Alliance of universities and scientific organizations aimed at promoting technological and scientific developments through investment in human resources and high education. It is funded massively by the US Government, with some accusing America's large influence as means to "farm" high-value immigrants in developing countries and encourage them to migrate to the US, causing a brain drain in Asia and Africa.

21

North African Development Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

CEN-SAD, EU

1%

Europe's economic initiative to compete against China's influence in North Africa through sustainable investment drives, particularly in Africa's four "trade corridors" stretching north-south. More importantly, the drive aims to help stabilize the Sahel and Saharan countries and, in exchange of a constant stream of foreign aid, empower them with security and military capacity to do the "dirty job" as "walls" against "The Flood", or the predicted mass immigration influx of at least 1.2 billion from sub-Saharan Africa due to climate change within the next 40 years.

22

Arctic Development Forum

Corporate Lobby Group

US, EU, Canada, Russia

1%

US-led initiative to open a "detente" with Russia on Arctic cooperation amid Russo-Sino conflicts of interest in Siberia and Central Asia, with the aim of pitting Russia and China against each other through economic cooperation and investment.


Distribution of the voting power percentage of interest groups in the RAGMS as modeled with 100 "seats", based on each's Weight of Influence (WoI). Groups of less than three seats are lumped into "others".

Critically, however, seats do not determine voting power. Rather, the GMS resembles far more of that of a normal company shareholders' meeting, where votes are counted based on the real political, financial, and/or market power of each member and the entity it represents, determined by artificial intelligence with a publicly reviewable source code. This continuously updating AI then assigns each member with an influence rank from H to SS, with an SS-rank having 200 times as much voting power as an H-rank. RA Chief Representative Arka Pasca, nominal leader of the organization and 4th richest person in the world with significant influence in both the US government and the US tech community is the sole holder of an "SS" rank; his sister, who runs his companies in his place, holds an "A" rank.

Board of Supervisors. Resilient Acceleration is founded upon the principle of internationalist nationalism, or the acknowledgment that geographical nations (for now) still holds the monopoly of political, economic, and military power, and that the "liberal pipe dream" of extreme globalism is unrealistic. To maintain the RA's political longevity, communication channels, and seamless integration with the national government, the RA officially invited the 9 most important RA-friendly heads of governments and the UN Secretary-General to supervise all activity within the organization. Depending on the electoral results of both countries, the GMS is currently proposing for the invitation of both the German Chancellor and the Brazilian President into the board. Each supervisor, while completely detached for the organization's operations, can request any information from the organization to be made public—thus increasing the RA's political and anti-corruption accountability to the populace. The board as a whole can also vote to veto any of the organization's decisions. As such, any decision must then take into account both the opinion of the general public and the national interests of important government, resulting in seamless policies of minimal friction. By convention, the board is chaired by the incumbent UN General Secretary, who then (also by convention) stand out entirely of the board's decision-making process.

Table 2. Board of Supervisors

No.

Image

Name

Position

Personal Description

National Description

1

Andrew Yang

US President

The charismatic former mayor of New York City, Andrew Yang rose to prominence in the late 2020s on a platform of "forwardism" (rejecting the tiring, disastrous left-right political polarization of the past decade) and earned the moniker "the prophet" due to his warnings about automation and horrific mass unemployment being realized, at a time of US governmental dysfunction and (thus) neglect. Running on a populist UBI ticket, he is seen by many as a figurehead for the "de facto prime minister", resilience secretary Arka Pasca.

Within a decade, the United States has seen a dramatic turn towards isolationism under the pressure of sky-high inequality, mass global unemployment, economic crisis, and political radicalism comparable to that of the 1930s. America's traumatic "Suez moment", the loss of Taiwan during the horrific 2026 PRC invasion, has ended what remains of her 2000's "unchallenged superpower" status, but was also a critical turning point that saw the rise of a new, more multilateral global "anti-China coalition". As industries and capital flocked in mass out of Asia amid mass automation, the "new order" under a sweeping NewDem administration seeks to harness accelerating technological growth and return of stability to establish a new golden age of prosperity and reclaim America's dominant role as a superpower.

2

Yogi Adityanath

Indian PM

Hindu monk and former CM of Uttar Pradesh who governed with flying colors, Adityanath is the long time leader of the BJP's most extreme mainstream faction in the interpretation of Hindu nationalism or Hindutva. After the assassination of Indian PM Amit Shah by a Kashmiri Islamist terror group, Adityanath rode the wave of popular anger and easily claimed the prime ministerial position, being inaugurated amid the most horrific and widespread outbreak of anti-Muslim pogroms, riots, and civil conflict since 1947. He oversaw the implementation of both a surveillance state system second in size only to China, and a state of "hybrid warfare", or permanent assumption of hostility, against the China-backed Pakistan in the existential competition for sub-continental water supply. Despite the BJP's extreme turn and slide towards authoritarianism, it is thought that US resilience secretary Arka Pasca personally "picked" the pro-business BJP over its leftist rival INC, similarly rampant with corruption and patronage, as a stable, non-Tech friendly India under a secular government will potentially be able to consolidate South Asia (including Pakistan) under her hegemony - like how France and Japan did in Africa and Asia - and thus be harder to control.

The most populous country in the world, India is an emerging great power in crisis. Mass automation has rendered useless India's strong advantage of cheap manpower, resulting in sky-high inequality between the educated and firm tech sector against the 86% of the population still stuck in an informal economy and mass destitution, especially in the northern regions. "Apocalyptic" water shortage in all of India's 30 largest cities has meanwhile resulted in millions of annual deaths and collapsing agriculture in various region, due to China's Tibetan dams and climate change. The ruling, increasingly authoritarian BJP has, in cooperation with both US and Indian technological corporations, turned the crisis to popular support through the spread of extreme Hindu supremacism and ultra-nationalism, particularly against "mortal existential enemies" of China and Pakistan. Hybrid warfare, cyberattacks, terrorism, anti-Muslim riots, and the threat of nuclear warfare thus become a daily occurrence as India's massive economic, technological, and military growth in the post-2020s recovery positions India as the "Great Wall" against Chinese domination of Eurasia.

3

Shinjiro Koizumi

Japanese PM

Son of the maverick former PM Junichiro Koizumi, Shinjiro Koizumi represents Japan's new generation of politics at a time of economic reckoning and increasingly disastrous aging population. Rising to prominence during the 2025 global monetary crash which saw Japan's 250% public debt imploding into a total existential crisis, Koizumi led a dramatic internal party coup amid indecisiveness and, after consolidating power, crushed the popular notion of LDP as an "elitist boomer party" who doesn't listen to the people through personal populism similar to his father. He was immediately tested by the 2026 Taiwan Invasion, and led Japan into seizing the leadership position in Asia following US's increasing isolationism under presidents Warren and Paul. He is also known to personally befriend former CIA officer and current chief of staff of US resilience secretary Arka Pasca, Anthony Bugas, whose undue influence and invaluable advice during the Taiwan crisis was later leaked in the Osaka papers.

Japan was the first to experience a catastrophic aging population, and has long adapted as other nations from China to Italy tumbles from the shock. However, her "lunatic" public debt level of 250% meant that the 2025 global collapse of fiat money was particularly catastrophic. Combined with the 2026 Taiwan invasion, the result was soaring right-wing populism, ultranationalism, and a rise of related religious movements. With both the US and China absent, Japan's renewed "neo-imperialist" drive, new naval military buildup, relative technological strength, and its relatively uncontroversial position with almost everyone perfectly positioned herself to be the leader of 'Free Asia' and challenge China's hegemony, forging the APTO security treaty and unilateral trade deals with Southeast and South Asian markets trying to recover from the crisis.

4

Marine Le Pen

French President

The face of Europe's far-right populism, Le Pen's shocking 2027 landslide victory was a result of a combination of factors. It was the EU's total failure to deal with 2025 monetary collapse, deals with US tech companies seeking to weaken the EU's anti-tech regulations - perceived as an "existential threat" by many in Silicon Valley and Reno Area, and most importantly the combination of economic collapse and climate disaster that resulted in political collapses across Middle East-Africa and a flood of 40 million refugees north. The circumstances perfectly situated Le Pen to lead a political revolution that contradicts the status quo of many far-right politics: the merger between right-wing populism and green politics, making the party far more popular with the youth. As such, this mutual interest between the liberal American tech magnates and European nationalists has now become the backbone of the RA's uneasy composition between two sides of the Atlantic.

France's demographic, geographic, and economic position has allowed it to emerged as "the strongest among the ashes" along with Germany, as everywhere from Portugal to Greece experienced a near political collapse due to the 2025 monetary total collapse. France's strong military and economic grip in much of North, West, and Central Africa made her an indispensable ally for America's competition against China for phosphorus and rare earth metal. Under the National Rally, France has also become the most important player of Europe's Great African Wall (GAW) project, which, in return for foreign aid and investment, seeks to turn the dictatorial North African states into Europe's "dirty hand" to crush the mass climate immigration wave of 1.2 billion in the next 40 years - with violent military force if necessary - before they reach the Mediterranean. However, the right-wing extremism has led to the explosion of both Islamist and far-right terror outbreak all across Europe, leading to daily inter-community violence, government authoritarianism, and a positive loop of disintegration.

5

Naftali Bennet

Israeli PM

Former special forces commando and tech millionaire, Naftali "Arab Killer" Bennet is the leader of the far-right Likud-Yamina coalition in an alternation agreement. A former prime minister during early 2020s, Bennet represents the constituent of Israeli settlers in the West Bank and was the key figure of Israel's gradual full annexation of 60% of the territory throughout the decade as the attention of global powers are distracted. A hardliner, Bennet has also been the strongest advocate of the "Technological Solution", a long-standing Israeli security policy of achieving domestic peace and keeping Hamas at a status quo of "manageable existence" through overwhelming technological supremacy of AI-run drone swarms and Orwellian surveillance of "hostile territories".

The moniker "fortress country" reliant on overwhelming technological supremacy to solve her geopolitical problems has not been more accurate. Increasing American isolationism and steady decline of public support of the Israeli cause among the Western population has forced Israel to forge its own security policy independent of the traditional overwhelming support it often gained from the US. The Trump administration was vital in this transition, steering Middle Eastern states away from the Palestinian cause and into de facto close cooperation against the common Iranian threat. Turkey under the Islamist AKP however has been a major hurdle, an economically and politically unstable yet nonetheless rising power set to replace the oil-reliant Gulf states crumbling before the catastrophic collapse in oil demand due to green energy.

6

Oh Se-hoon

South Korean President

Two-times mayor of Seoul, Oh Se-hoon oversaw the reconstruction of the South Korean former capital into one of the largest comprehensive "smart city" that later became the model of city systems throughout Europe and America. Despite his conservative party traditionally maintains good relations with South Korea's many chaebols, the RA has nevertheless maintained amicable relations with both major political party in South Korea and has generally stayed away from intervening in her domestic politics - as long as the generally pro-business status quo is kept. A nationalist, Oh has also pursued a more aggressive foreign policy in regards to the North Korean collapse, with Korea becoming another hot spot that threatens to trigger a major conflict with China.

South Korea generally faces a similar issue with Japan, though without a calamitous national debt to speak of. Its main concern, other than economic recovery and technological growth, has been the North Korean question ever since Kim Jong-un's sudden death in 2027 followed by instability, warlordism, and an accidental outbreak of deadly North Korean SARS bioweapon, resulting in societal collapse and 5 million refugees flooding the northern and southern border. The loss of a defined buffer zone, along with its resulting humanitarian disaster and famine just two years after the PRC invasion of Taiwan sent East Asian tension through the roof, and as of today is still a key unresolved agenda of the US-APTO security cooperation.

7

Nadiem Makarim

Dwipantaran President

Formerly the founder and CEO of Dwipantara's largest tech corporation and the country's first decacorn, Gojek, tech oligarch Nadiem Makarim's works has brought a dramatic impact upon Southeast Asian society with his "super-app" taking over urban transportation services, delivery, food, and more. Appointed as education minister by the reformist president (and RA Secretary Arka Pasca's father), Rein D. Alatas, Nadiem led Dwipantara's educational revolution to adapt to a new era of mass automation. Nadiem also oversaw a crackdown of fundamentalist Islamism from schools and academia, amid reports of high rates of radicalism in Dwipantara's younger generation. His "obsession" to digitalize and automate much of the country's bureaucratic sectors has meanwhile generated significant friction with the "deep state mafia" who profits from the corruption and patronage that naturally emerges from said instiutions.

After surviving 5 years of civil conflict and disintegration following the 1998 Second Dwipantaran National Revolution, the archipelagic state has emerged under a new, quasi-democratic order shared between nationalists, retired generals, and moderate ulemas. The lack of serious opposition under the big tent PKB-B has precipitated an era of pro-business stability and rapid growth, but also endemic patronage and corruption. Dwipantara's weak military and diverse society also render her vulnerable to outside interference, with Islamist awakening during the 2025 economic crisis and job outflows into the West becoming a near existential threat to the country's fragile secular peace, and the archipelago has slid towards tech-based illiberal democracy ever since. The country's shift from a commodity economy, most importantly coal, into medium and high tech industrial economy meanwhile has pitted the government against the old guards of mining and plantation oligarchs, who became the primary sponsor of the Islamist surge.

8

Vo Van Thuong

General Secretary of the CPV

Despite representing a new generation of leadership for the Communist Party of Vietnam, Vo Van Thuong remains a party conservative with little interest in political liberalization who have seen increase party authoritarianism against critics as seen in his strong-arm repression of the 2028 protests amid mass unemployment - the first of its kind after decades of relative stability. However, he is more reformist than his predecessor, long-time leader Nguyen Phu Trong, advocating for the increased development of "special economic zones" of free-market capitalism, foreign investment, and deregulation. Under his rule, Vietnam like many of her neighbors underwent a painful transition into more high-tech industries amid the collapse of its cheap labor market due to mass automation.

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Priti Patel

English PM

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Amina Mohammed

UN General Secretary

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