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The World as of March 2021


Major Ongoing Conflicts

Conflict Name

Attackers

Defenders

Dates

Current Situation

Venezuelan Civil War

Venezuelan Government


Russia (Allegedly)

Democratic Unity Roundtable


Caribbean
Guyana

12 February 2014 (7 years ago)

  • Barqisimeto Offensive: Confederate Caribbean Airforce conducts minor bombing campaign in Barquisimeto in support of DUR advance towards the city.
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  • Zulia Offensive: DUR forces capture Ciduad Ojeda, march for Cabimas. Havana promises to 'transfer Maracaibo to DUR authority' once Cabimas has been liberated from government occupation. (10 March 2021)

  • Guyanese Maritime Forces seize Russian ship violating Blockade on Venezuela. Russian government denies sending military aid, claims the ship contained only humanitarian aid. (28 February 2021)

  • Action at Maracaibo: Confederate Marines capture Maracaibo after amphibious assault, occupy the city for indefinitely. (18 February 2021)

Casualties: 25,000-90,000 on the two sides
Civilian Casualties: 90,000-129,600 killed or injured; >2.4 million fled the country to Colombia, Trinidad and Tobago or the Confederacy.

2nd Congo Crisis

Germany
France
Italy
Spain
Belgium
Netherlands
Portugal
Lithuania
Greece

Congo-Leopoldville

22 February - 30 March 2021 (European Intervention in Congo)
15 March 2021 - Present (3rd Congolese Civil War)

  • End of the European Intervention: European Forces capture Leopoldville, force Congolese government to pay a one-time sum of €45 billion in reparations before evacuating Congo. (30 March 2021)

  • 3rd Congolese Civil War breaks out due to Leopoldville's inability to defeat European forces. Rebels rise in Upper Congo and Katanga (15 March 2021)

    • European forces begin siege of Leopoldville (13 March 2021)

    • Congo Central Campaign; Battle of Thysville: European forces capture Thysville after 12 hours of battle. (6 March 2021)

    • Congo Central Bombing Campaign: Leopoldville civilian zones pelted with bombs, missiles, air strikes by the Italian, German air forces. (28 Feb-6 March 2021)

    • Congo Central Campaign; Battle of Muanda: Franco-Spanish Marine Regiment "Barcelone" captures the Banana Coastal strip after 12 hours of combat, cuts off Congo from the Atlantic Sea. (27 February 2021)

    • Congo Central Bombing Campaign: French, German, Italian air forces and navies commence bombardment of various military and civilian sites in the Congolese province of Congo Central. (23-28 February 2021)

    • European Commonwealth declares war on Congo-Leopoldville after assassination of Italian ambassador by pro-government Congolese militias. (22 February 2021)

    Casualties: 461 European; 5,467 Congolese soldiers killed
    Civilian Casualties: 19,850 civilians killed during bombing campaigns, occupation and disease.

7th Arab-Israeli War

Syria
Egypt
Lebanon


Expeditionary Corps (2019-present)
Mesopotamia
United Arab Emirates
Libya
Arabia
Algeria
Aden

Israel
Kataeb
Free Syria

18 August 2017 (3 years ago)

  • Israeli forces capture Damascus after 6-month-long siege, negotiations for a general Arab-Israeli peace begin. (10 March 2021)

  • The Nile Campaign; Fall of Aswan: Aswan, de facto capital of Egypt and last major Egyptian holdout, fell to Israel after a 36-day long siege, ending the Nile Campaign. Egypt sues for a separate peace. (3 March 2021)

  • 5th Battle of Amman: Israeli offensive on major Syrian city repelled after 72 hours of constant warfare. (16-19 February 2021)

  • Battle of East Mediterranean: Naval battle between Arab League, Israel ends inconclusively, Israeli blockade remains intact. (10-16 February 2021)

Casualties: 23,700 Israelis, 87,000 Arabs killed
Civilian Casualties: 40,000-1,250,000 on the two sides; 6.3 millions fled Lebanon, Egypt and Syria to Turkey, Mesopotamia, Cyprus, Greece.

Azeri Insurrection

Azeri National Liberation Army
People's Front of Azerbaijan


Turkey (Allegedly)
Russia (Allegedly)

Persia
Armenian Popular Army
Kurdish Democratic Front

1945 (76 years ago)

  • Urmia Riots: Armed Azeri protestors attacked Urmia Armenian Quarters, repelled by Armenians and the city gendermerie. (18-23 February 2021)

Casualties: <1,500 since 1965
Civilian Casualties: ~36,000 since 1945

Moro Insurgency in the Philippines

Moro Resistance


Aceh (Allegedly)
Indonesia (Numerous Muslim States, Allegedly)

Philippines


Australia
New Zealand
Indonesia (Numerous non-Muslim states, Allegedly)
Indochina

1969 (52 years ago)

  • Martial Law removed in Mindanao after 7 months (21 February 2021)

Casualties: 1,000-2,500 from the two sides
Civilian Casualties: 120,000 killed or injured; 50,000 Moro people fled the country to various Indonesian states.


Breaking News
Polish President rules out any possibility of Polish-European thaw in press release.
Warsaw, Poland; 21 March 2021; Malcolm Fraser

Adrian Pulasky, Poland's president and de facto head of state for life, ruled out any possibility of closer, or even a normalised, relationship between his home country of Poland and the European Union, ending the hopes of activists on both sides of the border who had been working on improving Poland's image in Europe all these years. Pulasky appeared at the Koniecpolski Palace's front steps to address 24 media representatives at 9:30 this morning, and while answering a number of questions, he grew somewhat angry when a representative of EuroNews asked him if there was anything he could share about a potential 'Polish-European thaw'. After a few minutes of pause, president Pulasky responded to the Franco-Polish newscaster that 'Poland cannot have any diplomatic relations with the European Commonwealth so long as Lithuania occupies Wilno'.

The Wilna Question, as the dispute between Poland and Lithuania over the ownership of Central Lithuania -which Poland claims as the 'occupied Wilno Voivodeship'- has defined Polish-Lithuanian relations since the two countries were established following the collapse of the Russian Empire in 1921. Throughout the Interbellum and for much of the Cold War, Poland controlled this zone after its victory in the brief Polish-Lithuanian War of 1925, which was cemented in the a further war between the two nations in 1939-41, but the territory changed hands back to its rightful owners in Lithuania after the European Commonwealth's intervention in the Polish-Lithuanian War of 1978-81, at the conclusion of which the European Commonwealth pledged to recognise Lithuania as the 'sole claimant to the Vilnius region'.

Poland's loss in its most recent war with Lithuania, something that was only achieved by European countries' aid to Lithuania in form of logistics and arms support, volunteer divisions, economic benefits and eventually all-out intervention on their behalf, has shaken the Polish psyche for the last 40 years, but attempts had been made by the European Community at large and Lithuania in particular for reconciliation with the Polish republic while specifying that Wilna could not be given to Poland under any circumstances, but it remains to be seen how Polish-European relations will sour with these recent changes.

Election of Egyptophobic Prime Minister hinders Jewish-Egyptian Peace Negotiations
Jerusalem, Israel; 5 March 2021; Roderick Eisenhauer

General Elections in the State of Israel have revealed a final result at last and dear reader, it looks grim. Nearly a year of parliamentary uncertainty, a lack of mandate for any single party and allegations of military rule in Israel ended today when the results of the March 1 Election finally came in. Israel has a new prime minister, and it is Elrich Goldstein, a hawkish member of the Knesset who's best known for ending every single one of his speeches in the parliament the decade prior to the eruption of the 7th Arab-Israeli War with 'Furthermore, I consider that Egypt must be destroyed'.

The position of the reactionary River-to-River party only strengthened after the Arab-Israeli War began, and anti-Arab, anti-Muslim sentiment among that country's population -justified as they may be, given the situation at hand- has given them nearly 33% of the seats this current election. Experts however worry about the potential aftermaths of this election in Israel's position in her ongoing war against all but three members of the Arab League. Only three days ago, Israel gained a decisive, final victory against Mr. Goldstein's favorite oratory punchingbag as Aswan, Egypt's last major city still under their control, was captured by Israel in the conclusion of the brutal Nile Campaign, and negotiations officially began between the two countries for a separate peace -a rarity as Egypt has yet to negotiate a separate peace in any of its previous wars with Israel. Now it remains unsure if Goldstein's Israel will accept any offer made by Egypt, whether Egypt will even rethink peace and begin a process of resistance, and whether peace without large-scale campaigns in Syria, Mesopotamia and Libya will even be as likely as it had only a 3 days ago now that a raging Arabophobe is in charge of the country that's been punishing its neighbors for their repeated wars of aggression this last 70 years.


Bloodbath narrowly averted in Urmia thanks to Armenian militia, city Gendermerie.
Urmia, Persia; 24 February 2021; Stephan Mahkent

Fire raging in the Old City, barricades drawn and armed militia entrenched along old ethnic lines in the city that was meant to be a melting pot of Kurds, Azeris and Armenians. In the morning of the 18st of February, the year 2021, Urmia fell to violent riots. The city, located deep inside the claimed homelands of the Armenian, Kurdish and Azeri peoples as well as the heartland of the Persian Nation, has been the site to multiple incidents all related to the greater Azeri Insurrection that has been ongoing since the second Great War returned Southern Caucasian lands to Persia after 135 years of occupation but none has been as severe as the riots this week.

The riots began after a tense standoff between Armenian and Azeri militias belonging respectively to the Armenian Popular Army and the People's Front of Azerbaijan, which itself began after a heated discussion over overpricing in the Urmia Bazaar, located in the Armenian-populated Old City district. Riots began after Hurremdin Emin, an Azeri, was killed by armed Armenian militia on 9:30 of the same day, beginning a bloodbath. More than 10 were killed in the initial fire exchange, but while some hoped the conflict could be put down peacefully, it was only to get worse. Azeri citizens, agitated by what they saw as an act of aggression against one of their own, took to the streets and besieged the Armenian Quarter for 4 days, trying to break through the hastily-erected barricades and punish their enemy. Thrice they struck, and thrice they were pushed back, the Azeri suffered near 100 fatalities to gunfire during the ongoing siege and the Armenians lost nearly as many until the poorly-timed entry of the Persian Gendermerie finally ensured the dispersion of both sides and arresting of more than 387 from the two sides.

While the Persian government as well as the city authorities in Urmia claim that the Gendermerie's 'timely arrival' ensured the conflict could not turn into yet another bloodbath held by the Azeri against their usual victims, many among the Armenian Iranians and beyond are less optimistic. Only time will tell if this is the beginning of a new period of conflict over this much-contested region or an isolated incident brought to life by events largely out of anyone's control.



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Major Organisations


Flag of the Pan-American Treaty Organisation

Abbreviation: PATO
Headquarters: Panama, Panama Canal Zone
Working Language: English
Membership: 40 members; 5 observers
Secertary General: Rodney MacMahon
Population: 918,013,178
GDP: $25,137 billion
Members
USA
CSA
Louisiana
Texas
Mexico
Guatemala
Honduras
El Salvador
Belize
Nicaragua
Panama
Caribbean
Antigua and Barbuda
The Bahamas
Barbados
Guadelope
Martinique
Saint Barthélemy
Anguilla
Cayman Islands
Montserrat
Dominica
Jamaica
Grenada
Trinidad and Tobago
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
Colombia
Guyana
Suriname
Ecuador
Peru
Paraguay
Bolivia
Brazil
Argentina
Chile
Uruguay
Observers
Canada
Denmark
United Kingdom
France
The Netherlands
The Pan-American Treaty Organisation (Spanish: Organización del Tratado Panamericano; Portuguese: Organização do Tratado Pan-Americano; French: Organisation du traité panaméricain; Dutch: Pan-Amerikaanse Verdragsorganisatie), commonly shortened to PATO or OTPA, also called Pan-American Union is an intergovernmental military, diplomatic and economic alliance between 40 states in North and South America. The organisation is promotes regional cooperation and organisation as a bloc against 'threats in the Old World' facilitating economic, political, security, military, educational, and sociocultural integration among its members and other states in the American supercontinent. PATO's Headquarters are located in Panama, Panama Canal Zone.

PATO is one of the oldest surviving interregional organisations in the world. Originally it was designed as a defensive pact between the USA, CSA, Louisiana, Texas, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Caribbean, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Guatemala, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Panama, Ecuador and Venezuela. It soon repurposed itself into a manifestation of the old US Monroe Doctrine by agitating independence movements in British and Dutch colonies in the region as well as pressuring these colonial empires to decolonise America. The majority of PATO military engagements have been short interventions in inter-American wars (such as the Football War between El Salvador and Honduras) or in post-independence former British and Dutch colonies in the Caribbean to enforce PATO-aligned governments in those countries or protect them from rebels. Their number has expanded from 19 to 42 as of 2018, with Canada, France, the UK, the Netherlands and Denmark acting as observer states. Venezuela remains the only country to be ejected from the PATO, which it was after its Bolivarian Revolution of 1998.

PATO's headquarters is in the Panama Canal Zone, legally an international autonomous zone guarded by garrisons from every PATO member. It is functionally led by the General Secretary of PATO, an international diplomat and the chief civil servant of the Pan-American Treaty Organisation. The office is responsible for the coordinating of the alliance, leading PATO's international staff, chairing the meetings of the Pan-American Parliament and most of its committees. Appointed by the Pan-American Parliament, the General Secretary shares his office as the informal 'head of state' with the Chairman of the PATO Military Committee who functions as the PATO Supreme Commander. The office of General Secretary is now held by Rodney MacMahon, formerly the President of the United States of America, who has held it since 2017.

PATO does not have a distinct military body, but militarily functions as an alliance of 42 member-states that can combine their armed forces for a mutual purpose. The most militarily powerful countries in the alliance are the United States, Brazil, Mexico and the Caribbean. These more powerful states build the main body of the PATO military, each dedicating up to 5 divisions of their forces for potential conflicts the organisation might be part of, while smaller states -such as the various Caribbean and Central American nations- provide smaller units to the joint force. PATO nations include 2 nuclear powers, 5 countries with aircraft carriers and a variety of high-tech military equipment and vehicles.


Flag of the European Commonwealth

Abbreviation: EC
Headquarters: Aachen, Germany
Working Language: German, French
Membership: 30 members; 7 observers
Chairman of the European Council: Greta von Altmark
Population: 458,023,268
GDP: $20,781 billion
Members
United Kingdom
France
The Netherlands
Belgium
Germany
Denmark
Sweden
Finland
Danzig
Lithuania
Latvia
Estonia
Czechia
Austria
Italy
Monaco
Spain
Portugal
Croatia-Slavonia
Dalmatia
Slovakia
Banat
Transylvania
Bulgaria
Greece
Cyprus
Iceland
Observers
United Kingdom
Norway
Switzerland
San Marino
Montenegro
Albania
Romania
The European Commonwealth (German: Europäische Gemeinschaft; French: Communauté européenne; Spanish: Mancomunidad europea) is a political, economic and military union of 30 memberstates that are located primarily in Europe. Its members have an estimated total population of about 383.6 million. The EC has developed an internal single market through a standardised system of laws that apply in all member states in those matters, and only those matters, where members have agreed to act as one. EC policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services and capital within the internal market; enact legislation in justice and home affairs; secure European interests on a global scale with any means necessary; and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, defense, fisheries and regional development. Passport controls have been abolished for travel within the Commonwealth Area. Its de facto capital is Aachen, Germany where its Parliament and Council meet to make common policy.

The EC's history, like other regional blocs, can find its origins in the conclusion of the second Great War. Economically devastated countries in Western Europe banded together to form the European Community -at that time between Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy to pool their resources for the rebuilding of their ruined territories. The German Miracle of 1950-54 -which brought the country to its pre-war economic and infrastructural situation- and similar booms in other parties enticed other European states to petition to join, further expanding the Community by taking in Austria, Czechia, Greece, Portugal and Spain in 1955. The Community began its military career in aiding Portugal and Spain in their colonial wars in Africa and Asia, and later in military interventions in Eastern and Southern Europe. The European Community's primary military campaigns in Poland (3rd Polish-Lithuanian War, 1978-81), Hungary (European Intervention in Hungary, 1985-88) and Yugoslavia (Yugoslavian Civil War, 1992-96) allowed for its expansion in Eastern and Southern Europe and also defined its military doctrines, and the Community reformed into the European Commonwealth in the Treaty of Aachen (December 25th 2000), making the organisation into its current form. The EC is currently at war with the Republic of Congo-Leopoldville over the assassination of the Italian ambassador to Congo-Leopoldville by pro-government militias at the border with Rwanda.

The Commonwealth's de facto capital and so-called seat of government is located in Aachen, Germany. It is functionally led by the European Council, a body of 29 politicians representing the 29 member-states of the Commonwealth. The Chairman of the Council is a primus inter pares office that is now held by Greta von Altmark, representing Austria in the Council. The chairman's office rotates between the 29 members every 2 years, with councilmembers being appointed by the governments of the nations in the Commonwealth. The European Parliament, also located in Aachen, is charged with making laws that, upon receiving unanimous assent from the Council, will become law in all member-nations.

Like most other regional organisations, the European Commonwealth lacks an organised military. Instead, organised defense of the Commonwealth is defined through the Joint Security Accords in which joint naval battlegroups, regiment-size land and amphibious units and air wings founded between multiple countries are put under control of the European Defense Committee. Put together, the so-called European Defense Force is 250,000-man strong, with most of its forces drafted from Germany, Italy, France and Spain. Beyond the EDF, the Commonwealth's nations include one nuclear power, five countries with aircraft carriers and a variety of of high-tech military equipment and vehicles.


Flag of Arab League

Abbreviation: AL
Headquarters: Mecca, Arabia
Working Language: Arabic
Membership: 14 members
General Spokesman: Abubakr al-Bagheri
Population: 362,682,002
GDP: $2,618.04 billion
Members
Algeria
Morocco
Tunis
Libya
Egypt
Mauritania
Mesopotamia
Syria
Lebanon
UAE
Oman
Aden
Arabia
The Arab Leauge (Arabic: الجامعة العربية‎, al-Jāmiʻa al-ʻArabiyya), formaly the League of Arab States (Arabic: جامعة الدول العربية‎, Jāmiʿa ad-Duwal al-ʿArabiyya) is a regional organisation encompassing the majority of the Arab World, loated in Middle East and North Africa. Initially formed by Egypt, Syria and Arabia, it has since expanded to hold 14 states spanning from the edges of the Atlantic to the Persian Gulf. The organisation promotes cooperation between Arabs, bilateral dialogue between various Arab identities and the utter eradication of Non-Arabs and Non-Muslims from its territorial claims. In fact, other than Arabia and Oman all members of the League have notable non-Arab, non-Muslim populations in their countries to whom the Arab League is extremely unpopular. The Arab League's current headquarters is in Mecca, Arabia -relocated there after Egyptian domination of the League ended following the Arab League Civil War of 1989-91.

Pan-Arabism, the idea that all Arab-speaking peoples were of one culture and deserved a united homeland first came into prominence in the late 19th century as a reaction to Ottoman-sponsored Pan-Turkism. Early proponents of this idea called for the unification of 'traditionally Arab' lands in North Africa and Ottoman Middle East into a united Arabia. While European colonial powers were not opposed to this idea, their national interests resulted in the colonisation of Ottoman Middle East -and with it, other lands in North Africa de jure under suzerainty of the Sublime Port by Britain, France, Germany and Italy. The first Arab states to become independent were the Sultanate of Arabia, Kingdom of Egypt and Kingdom of Syria, all formerly British Mandates. These three states pledged to the cause of Pan-Arabism and founded the Arab League under Egypt's leadership after the Arab World's humiliating defeat in the First Arab-Israeli War (1947-48). Other states later joined the League either after gaining independence or when Arab supremacist groups took power. The League went through its most catastrophic period in what is now known as the Arab League Civil War (1989-91) when Mesopotamia invaded the United Arab Emirates over its claims on the Emirate of Kuwait against Egyptian warnings, and was utterly humiliated by the Emirati faction of the League. Currently, the League is embroiled in the 7th Arab-Israeli War, which is going even worse for them than any of the previous ones had.

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Flag of the Pan-Asiatic Mutual Defense Pact

Abbreviation: PAMDP
Headquarters: Singapore, Singapore
Working Language: English
Membership: 21 members; 4 observers
Secretary General: Jonothan Park
Population: 803,754,978
GDP: $10,027.345 billion
Members
Tianjin
Korea
Japan
Ryukyu
Formosa
The Philipines
Indochina
Thailand
Indonesia
Malacca
Penang
Singapore
The Moluccas
Timor
New Guinea
New Britain
New Caledonia
Fiji
Samoa
Vanautu
Hawai'i
Observers
Australia
New Zealand
United Kingdom
Portugal
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Flag of the the Commonwealth of Independent States

Abbreviation: COS
Headquarters: Moscow, Russia
Working Language: Russian, Chinese, Hindu
Membership: 10 members
Secretary General:
Population: 1,294,328,055
GDP: $6,748.69 billion
Members
Russia
Georgia
Uzbekistan
Kyrgyzstan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Mongolia
China
Burma
India
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Pan-American Treaty Organisation

European Commonwealth

Arab League

Pan-Asiatic Mutual Defense Pact

Commonwealth of Independent States

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