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| CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT OF MECO |

| The elections for the position of the President of Middle East Cooperation Organisation are coming up in September of 2022. The President is elected every six years. The President of MECO is the main representative of MECO in the outside diplomatic world. The President also has power over - Creating Legislation, Overseeing Commissions, Forming Annual Two Year/Four Year Budgets, Appointment of Commission Presidents, Overseeing the House of Equality and the Parliament, policy making and signing major legislations.

The current President of MECO, is Ahrana Zahani from the Conservative MECO Party.

Please, submit a candidate for the position by using this form below. Please submit before the deadline of 29th of January. |

SUBMISSION FORM

Name :
Picture ( If Possible ):
Age :
Political Party ( MECO Conservative Party*/ United MECO Party*/ Ethnic MECO Front* /Religious Front of MECO*/ Radical Right MECO* ):
Current Position within Country (Ambassador/Foreign Minister/Ex-PM ect):
Current Position within MECO ( i.e President of Certain Commission/Vice-President/Parliamentarian ect):
Major Accomplishments:
Major Promises for MECO:

*MCP - Conservative/Pro-MECO/Centre-Right/Centre
*UMP - Liberal/Pro-MECO/Left Wing/Centre-Left
*EMF - Ethnic Representation/Pro-MECO/Left-Wing
*RFM - Religious Representation/Pro-MECO/Right-Wing
*RRM - Anti-MECO/Far-Right

Elections for the President of MECO will take place on 18th of September 2020. The Voting Proccess is composed of three rounds, to win the first round without the other two 3/4 of votes are needed, to win the second round 2/5 of votes are needed, to win the third round 2/5 are needed. The President is elected by House of Equality and the Council of Nations. |

Lemlar
Nileia
Paseo
Paramountica
United Arab Alliance
Kaltesdorf

Bayern Kahla wrote:Schweiss closed his eyes and sighed in desperation. He walks towards Natsya as if to insist

    [ Ambassador Bernard Schweiss ]: "I know but, how. You were probably followed to here. They know where she is. Or perhaps not I don't know"

He walks away again nervously towards a large piano that was used for receptions and leaned with hands on it.

    [ Ambassador Bernard Schweiss ]: I have the asylum papers ready but, what about the Russian reaction

    [ Natsya Krashina ]: What did you say ?

Schweiss felt uneasy. He took out a paper from his jacket that unfolded in front of her nervously

    [ Ambassador Bernard Schweiss ]: This was sent to me two days ago, your parents look, they filled it for you. Its an asylum request for Germany.

    [ Natsya Krashina ]: Just for me ? What about my parents ? They will stay ha.. and they will pay the price of my escape

Schweiss looked at the Iranian ambassador for support. It would be difficult to convince a girl to leave her home and parents for her own safety.

| Looking back at Schweiss, Zahani would look down for a moment before looking at Natsya. |

    [ Ambassador Ahllam Zahani ]: "I will contact your parents, they can move to Iran. I can get them an asylum there and I don't think the SRGI state will oppose much to that request. Besides, I'm sure nothing will happen to them. You've met with the Tsarina, she's a reasonable woman, no?"

| Smiling slightly at Natsya, it was obvious that Zahani was unsettled about the situation. |

New Provenance wrote:Hello, everyone! To end this week, here's the second episode of my Weekly News Report! It's a little longer than usual my editing has been refined. Hope you all like it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ghkYBXGKZo

That is so cool. I just watched both your videos and could be more thrilled with your great work.

A Gunrunning Scheme
23rd May, 2022

Ronnie Nyman waited patiently as he smoked a cigarette. He watched the ships leave and arrive in the harbor. This was just one of many ports in the city of Arzew, Algeria. He pushed up his tie and tried his hardest to look like a professional businessman so he wouldn't be suspicious. After a while of waiting he saw a man in a suit who seemed to be a Berber. He knew he was the middleman and went up to go talk to him.

After talking to the man who's name he found out was Bassou Azad they had reached their destination. It was a small harbor that was on the verge of bankruptcy. This meant that the harbor was virtually abandoned by the time they got there. They had a quick chitchat before Ronnie started to talk to Bassou in Arabic.

    Ronnie Nyman: "Let's cut to the chase. I want to know your stock. We are looking for AK-47s, AK-74s, Makarovs, RPG-7s, and any other weapons that are cheap and reliable."

Etheinia

    (LBC - LEADING BRITAIN’S CONVERSATION) — LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, JUNE 2022

    | The Nigel Farage Show |

| Rather a controversial political figure within the United Kingdom, Europe and abroad, Nigel Farage became one of the nation’s and Europe’s household names. Founder of the new Reform/Brexit Party - an Eurosceptic populist party that replaced UKIP in recent years, Nigel Farage’s controversial politics attracted the eye of many UKIP, right-wing and populist voters within the United Kingdom. Becoming a MEP in 1999, Nigel Farage become one of the many voice of Euroscepticism in Europe. |

    NIGEL FARAGE, Host: ”Good morning ladies and gentlemen. Rather a typical British cloudy day today. As usual, today’s show will focus on Britain’s problems and as usual, the European Union. We will take our first caller, a Sam Ran Smith from Yorkshire. Hello Sam!”

    SAM RAN SMITH, Yorkshire Guy: ”Hello Mr. Farage! How are you today?”

    NIGEL FARAGE, Host: ”Rather splendid today, Sam. Now, as my first caller of the day, I’ll let you get the ball rolling on our today’s show.”

    SAM RAN SMITH, Yorkshire Guy: ”Thank you. My first somewhat question is about the integrity of the European Union, their handlings and the overall um… performance of our government in the EU and internal affairs.”

    NIGEL FARAGE, Host: ”Ah yes, brilliant that you bring that up. Let’s first start with the overall EU. As many of you know, I’ve been rather a big opponent to the European Union since the 1990’s. However in today’s day and age, the European Union lacks unity in some aspects. For example the French are doing their own thing rather than consulting with EU politicians which is understandable as many of them are just mindless sheep and stubborn. Next you have Spain activating Article 50, which I would hope Britain will follow suit and I believe the Portuguese are also considering such moves. As I see it, there is no clear unity or understanding between the EU and our governments. Many of you see the EU as a bunch of German, Italian, French, Norwegian, British, Swedish, Danish, Beneluxan, Spanish, Portuguese and others going to main EU spots discussing what’s best for Europe but in reality it’s just a bunch of mindless sheep at the command of that woman Scheffner. Whatever Scheffner doesn’t like, Europe can’t like it either. One wrong move and you will have that Chancellor down your throat but believe me, I am not scared of Scheffner unlike our government. Many know the tensions between the SGRI and the EU yet there has been NO and I mean NO unifying factor in how to handle such a situation which is I believe why Spain is leaving the Union, to pursue its own course of action without the limitations and restrictions of EU policy or whatever. I believe Russia is a potential good business partner. However, I see the scepticism of some people. If we continue to be petty then détente can never be possible and we will be stuck in a Cold War situation for God knows how long. Finally, our government has gone stale. No doubt about it. The handling of the Coronavirus is questionable and their policies no longer are effective. I believe it’s time for the Conservatives to switch their positions if they hope to continue their run in Westminster but the EU and this Union is “gubbed.”

    SAM RAN SMITH, Yorkshire Guy: ”Thank you so much for your viewpoint Mr. Farage. One certainly the nation should think about and consider.”

    NIGEL FARAGE, Host: ”Indeed, the people should start thinking rather than being the mindless sheep the government and that woman Scheffner wants people to be.”

As I should soon be taking the place of Iraq, i’m attempting to piece together a plan and understand what’s going on in Iraq. Keyword searching on the RMB tells me Iraq had a recent civil war? can anyone fill me in on some details and what current Iraq looks like?

New Provenance wrote:Hello, everyone! To end this week, here's the second episode of my Weekly News Report! It's a little longer than usual my editing has been refined. Hope you all like it!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ghkYBXGKZo

Great job ! 🙌🏽

Iraqi Republicc wrote:As I should soon be taking the place of Iraq, i’m attempting to piece together a plan and understand what’s going on in Iraq. Keyword searching on the RMB tells me Iraq had a recent civil war? can anyone fill me in on some details and what current Iraq looks like?

Another thing you should know is that ISIL isn't a thing

Somerania wrote:Another thing you should know is that ISIL isn't a thing

Iran has filled me in some on how different the Middle East is. Less religious violence, more political violence.

Iraqi Republicc wrote:Iran has filled me in some on how different the Middle East is. Less religious violence, more political violence.

Ja
In this timeline Ba'athism ruins the reputation of Arabs

Somerania wrote:Ja
In this timeline Ba'athism ruins the reputation of Arabs

Okay looking back on the RMB, I think I have the full story? Whatever unpopular government ruled Iraq was overthrown by Russian-backed democratic fighters?

Iraqi Republicc wrote:Okay looking back on the RMB, I think I have the full story? Whatever unpopular government ruled Iraq was overthrown by Russian-backed democratic fighters?

I only arrived when the RP date was like March? August? 2011

ASIAN ARENA - CHESS OF FORCES

ASIA is a chess board on the brink of being flipped. The current chess positioning of Asia and forces within it has been occurring for the past few decades, contrary to the popular belief that Asia has found itself in it's current position from night to day. For the past decades, Asia has found itself under chaotic and yet carefully planned deconstruction and reconstruction. The forces that drive Asia are those that hold money, potential and determination.

Asia itself can be broken up into four major spheres of life; Middle East, Indian-Chinese Area, South-East Asia, East Asia. Each of those spheres find themselves in different alignment to one another and lacks unity that Europe, North America and South America have. These regions don't fight for the Asian cause, but for the cause of their own regions, making them more or less vulnerable to outside forces that are becoming more forceful within all of those regions. But breaking Asia into said spheres is not enough as Asia is battlefield that is currently ran by certain forces, both internal and external; Iran, MECO, China, IPDC, SRGI, USP, Germany and Japan.

IRAN - The Middle East is Iran's "baby", quoting ex-Prime Minister Benin. "...the nurturing of Middle East is a vital part of Iranian diplomacy for the past few years..." Iran for the past decades established itself as the driving force of the Middle East, nothing about Middle East without Iran's approval, so to say. Iran over the past decades, modernised and became a 1st world nation which voice must be heard in order for Asia to move forward. However, despite having the military and economic capabilities, Iran strives in it's non-confrontational approach. The current Iran-EU split is a growing show of how important Iran finds it's position in the Middle East. The recent French intervention in Pakistan and sudden appearance in Oman and Yemen has ruffled feathers in a way not seen before. Iran, is on a rise in power and influence and it's current strain with EU is a sign that Iran will defend it's position, should it have to. Iran is a sneaky enchanter that benefits from times of peace and stability, and forced into action shows it's true colours and ambitions.

MECO - If you're not a member of MECO you're seriously hurting yourself and worse, isolating yourself from advances and neighbours around. The Middle East, however, unlike the other spheres had it's fair history of foreign forces around it and within it, creating chaos and temporary benefits. The introduction of MECO into the game, however, is creating an unpresented situation where Arab and African nations get a chance to modernise at the speed of developed Asian nations and gain a voice they didn't have before. MECO is a danger factor for Asian developed states, as it offers the developing modernising nations a chance to be heard, and the ability to be together. However, MECO has a long way to go to becoming a major factor in world and Asian matters until it solidifies itself from within as any conflict is still a big danger for the organisation.

CHINA - The sleeping giant of Asia is becoming streamlined to the side by more powerful SRGI, USP and IPDC in Asian matters. Despite it's economic might and manpower, China is yet again failing to make a grand appearance on the battlefield in a way that would make others listen. It's recent involvement in Laos and pact with SRGI and Iran is not enough to make China stand on it's feet diplomatically within Asian affairs. When Asian countries such as Bangladesh or Vietnam are in need, they do not turn to China for aid but to SRGI, Iran or IPDC. The potential that China has is being wasted and in the next ten to twenty years, China will lose it's position within Asian politics completely to SRGI and IPDC, if things don't improve. China is a paper tiger that filled with might and danger, once actually pressured into action find itself inactive and danger-less.

IPDC - Unlike China, IDPC is the saviour many Asian countries waited for. IPDC offers security and stability, which in turn allows member nations to develop and move forward with modernisation. However, unlike MECO, IPDC is able to come together in time of external or/and internal danger which is extremely important for an organisation as such to survive for years to come. IPDC is a player that can no longer be ignored on the Asian arena, a player that is effectively becoming a threat to Chinese and Japanese interests within the region. IPDC is a growing giant that is militarised, ready and united and shows Asia that Asian unity is possible. However, IPDC must tread carefully around SRGI and USP and their interests within the region as putting themselves on a collision course with said superpowers could seriously unhinge the organisation.

USP - United States of Paramerica is not the sleeping giant, it's the silent giant that is deep within Asian spheres. Apart from SRGI, only USP has enough resources and power to infiltrate all four spheres and do it successfully. USP is a smart player within the arena, never over-stepping the line, never favouriting certain nations during conflicts unless fully pressured. USP-Iranian relations allow USP to be omnipresent in the Middle East, USP-Japan relations allows them to be all-powerful in South-East Asia, it's relationship with Korea allows them to be a powerful force in the East and it's competition with failing China allows them to be present in the Indian-Chinese area. Unlike other players on the arena, USP has all the potential in this game and only uses half of it.

SRGI - A true monster to the West, in Asia SRGI is regarded as the protector, a bastion of Asian interest...when it suits. SRGI through it's vast central Asian territory has access to all spheres of Asia and therefor power to do as it wishes. It's flourishing relation with Iran is a growing consequence of the French and Spanish actions against Iran. Despite ideological differences, SRGI managed to get Iran to cooperate, a key to unlocking a stable position in the Middle East. In the East, SRGI already dominates over Japan and it's silent rivalry with China is becoming apparent, a rivalry that SRGI continuously is winning. SRGI plays it's cards based on the situation, and therefore always wins. It's position within Asia is growing, which could mean a confrontation with USP in the near future should China be unable to stop it.

JAPAN - The dying Empire of Asia is not ready for the modern Asian era. With outdated politics and foreign policy it fights for breath in an ever tightening arena. Japan failed to intervene in Laos, it doesn't resit IPDC growth, fails to challenge SRGI in the Pacific, finds itself fighting for Korean relationship and is unable to move within it's own sphere of influence. The issue with Japan is it's lack of allies and friends within Asia itself. Allying with USP and EU is extremely beneficatory...to a point. Japan has to find a new opening on Asia, otherwise Korea will take it's place within the East Asian sphere and create a new dynamic of change with China, Korea and SRGI becoming the major forces of East Asia and Japan fundamentally becoming a buffer state between USP and SRGI on the pacific. A wake up call is desperately needed.

GERMANY - This is a very unlikely player within the arena, but a player nonetheless and Scheffner's tour of Asia is proving that. What France lacks is tact and refinement in it's Asian strives, something Germany mastered to the perfection. Germany understands the complexities of Asia and it's allies, friends and enemies within it. What's more is that Germans play on that knowledge extremely well, finding themselves in each sphere without hassle. Without making major gestures, major diplomatic issues or triumphs, Germany quietly entered the Asian arena as the dark horse of the game. Unlike Iran, it doesn't show true colours when provoked, unlike USP it doesn't go into competition with powers, unlike SRGI it doesn't aim for confrontation...Germany simply is present.

As so, the Asian Arena is becoming more and more dangerous to it's players. One strive too far, one new foreign player trying to enter or one new conflict arising will fundamentally flip the arena in a manner that is unpredictable for nations involved. What is predictable is that none of the forces mentioned within the Asian Arena will allow for such flip to happen as too much is at stake, and rather than brute force what Asian Arena is about...is patience and determination.

Read dispatch

Connomia wrote:A Gunrunning Scheme
23rd May, 2022

Ronnie Nyman waited patiently as he smoked a cigarette. He watched the ships leave and arrive in the harbor. This was just one of many ports in the city of Arzew, Algeria. He pushed up his tie and tried his hardest to look like a professional businessman so he wouldn't be suspicious. After a while of waiting he saw a man in a suit who seemed to be a Berber. He knew he was the middleman and went up to go talk to him.

After talking to the man who's name he found out was Bassou Azad they had reached their destination. It was a small harbor that was on the verge of bankruptcy. This meant that the harbor was virtually abandoned by the time they got there. They had a quick chitchat before Ronnie started to talk to Bassou in Arabic.

    Ronnie Nyman: "Let's cut to the chase. I want to know your stock. We are looking for AK-47s, AK-74s, Makarovs, RPG-7s, and any other weapons that are cheap and reliable."

Etheinia

Bassou Azad straightens his tie. “We try not to keep too much in inventory at any one time, as it can attract attention. Right now, I believe we have around 3000 Makarovs, 1000 Kalashnikovs, 200 RPG-7s, 400 PK machine guns, and a few dozen 82mm mortars, plus ammunition, hand grenades, and explosives.”

“However,” he quickly adds, “we can easily acquire additional weapons for you on short notice, so long as you have the money. We have several sources in Libya and Chad who can get us nearly anything, from pistols to anti-aircraft guns.”

Iraqi Republicc wrote:As I should soon be taking the place of Iraq, i’m attempting to piece together a plan and understand what’s going on in Iraq. Keyword searching on the RMB tells me Iraq had a recent civil war? can anyone fill me in on some details and what current Iraq looks like?

I rped the Civil war. The people fought the autocratic government to bring in a more liberal democratic and secularist government after the autocratic gov gunned down protestors in Baghdad i believe.

Paseo wrote:| Looking back at Schweiss, Zahani would look down for a moment before looking at Natsya. |

    [ Ambassador Ahllam Zahani ]: "I will contact your parents, they can move to Iran. I can get them an asylum there and I don't think the SRGI state will oppose much to that request. Besides, I'm sure nothing will happen to them. You've met with the Tsarina, she's a reasonable woman, no?"

| Smiling slightly at Natsya, it was obvious that Zahani was unsettled about the situation. |

Natsya didn't answer but simply nodded. Schweiss was also unsettled. It was still a separation but for the safety of all. With a head move, Schweiss indicated that he wanted to talk privately to Zahani in another room. They both move to another room and as Zahani closes the door, Schweiss walks towards her arms folded as he whispers loudly

    [ Ambassador Bernard Schweiss ]: Tell me, is she really into this ? What did the Tsarina say about her. She seems really not into the game. And how are we going to...... to smuggle her away. I don't have a car that looks normal. We need a Lada or a Moskvitch that no one cares about.

ASIAN-PACIFIC TOUR CONTINUES

HISTORICAL MOMENT AS BANGLADESH RECEIVES FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY THE CHANCELLOR OF GERMANY

It had come to many as a surprise that the small nation of Somerania become the center of attention after Korea.

And yet, her arrival was to begin trust with a strategic player in Asia. Projects of economic ties were also on the table as well as foreign policy coordination and understandings.

Korea and Bangladesh were two worlds. But the country still had something attractive and fascinating for the Chancellor.

It was unclear how the local Government and people of Bangladesh would receive a European leader in times where European nations have been seen as rather unpopular at times.

Gaining the trust of this country was vital. Other wishes of Scheffner were company ethics. Recently, addidas, puma and others had moved their factories to this country. The german press had suspected cheap labour including child labour.

Finally, the entire security of the SEA region was vital for German investments and trade and in a way, to keep other countries away from exploiting weaknesses in a region.

The plane landed slightly after midday with the colors of Germany being witnessed for the first time by many.

Paseo wrote:

ASIAN ARENA - CHESS OF FORCES

ASIA is a chess board on the brink of being flipped. The current chess positioning of Asia and forces within it has been occurring for the past few decades, contrary to the popular belief that Asia has found itself in it's current position from night to day. For the past decades, Asia has found itself under chaotic and yet carefully planned deconstruction and reconstruction. The forces that drive Asia are those that hold money, potential and determination.

Asia itself can be broken up into four major spheres of life; Middle East, Indian-Chinese Area, South-East Asia, East Asia. Each of those spheres find themselves in different alignment to one another and lacks unity that Europe, North America and South America have. These regions don't fight for the Asian cause, but for the cause of their own regions, making them more or less vulnerable to outside forces that are becoming more forceful within all of those regions. But breaking Asia into said spheres is not enough as Asia is battlefield that is currently ran by certain forces, both internal and external; Iran, MECO, China, IPDC, SRGI, USP, Germany and Japan.

IRAN - The Middle East is Iran's "baby", quoting ex-Prime Minister Benin. "...the nurturing of Middle East is a vital part of Iranian diplomacy for the past few years..." Iran for the past decades established itself as the driving force of the Middle East, nothing about Middle East without Iran's approval, so to say. Iran over the past decades, modernised and became a 1st world nation which voice must be heard in order for Asia to move forward. However, despite having the military and economic capabilities, Iran strives in it's non-confrontational approach. The current Iran-EU split is a growing show of how important Iran finds it's position in the Middle East. The recent French intervention in Pakistan and sudden appearance in Oman and Yemen has ruffled feathers in a way not seen before. Iran, is on a rise in power and influence and it's current strain with EU is a sign that Iran will defend it's position, should it have to. Iran is a sneaky enchanter that benefits from times of peace and stability, and forced into action shows it's true colours and ambitions.

MECO - If you're not a member of MECO you're seriously hurting yourself and worse, isolating yourself from advances and neighbours around. The Middle East, however, unlike the other spheres had it's fair history of foreign forces around it and within it, creating chaos and temporary benefits. The introduction of MECO into the game, however, is creating an unpresented situation where Arab and African nations get a chance to modernise at the speed of developed Asian nations and gain a voice they didn't have before. MECO is a danger factor for Asian developed states, as it offers the developing modernising nations a chance to be heard, and the ability to be together. However, MECO has a long way to go to becoming a major factor in world and Asian matters until it solidifies itself from within as any conflict is still a big danger for the organisation.

CHINA - The sleeping giant of Asia is becoming streamlined to the side by more powerful SRGI, USP and IPDC in Asian matters. Despite it's economic might and manpower, China is yet again failing to make a grand appearance on the battlefield in a way that would make others listen. It's recent involvement in Laos and pact with SRGI and Iran is not enough to make China stand on it's feet diplomatically within Asian affairs. When Asian countries such as Bangladesh or Vietnam are in need, they do not turn to China for aid but to SRGI, Iran or IPDC. The potential that China has is being wasted and in the next ten to twenty years, China will lose it's position within Asian politics completely to SRGI and IPDC, if things don't improve. China is a paper tiger that filled with might and danger, once actually pressured into action find itself inactive and danger-less.

IPDC - Unlike China, IDPC is the saviour many Asian countries waited for. IPDC offers security and stability, which in turn allows member nations to develop and move forward with modernisation. However, unlike MECO, IPDC is able to come together in time of external or/and internal danger which is extremely important for an organisation as such to survive for years to come. IPDC is a player that can no longer be ignored on the Asian arena, a player that is effectively becoming a threat to Chinese and Japanese interests within the region. IPDC is a growing giant that is militarised, ready and united and shows Asia that Asian unity is possible. However, IPDC must tread carefully around SRGI and USP and their interests within the region as putting themselves on a collision course with said superpowers could seriously unhinge the organisation.

USP - United States of Paramerica is not the sleeping giant, it's the silent giant that is deep within Asian spheres. Apart from SRGI, only USP has enough resources and power to infiltrate all four spheres and do it successfully. USP is a smart player within the arena, never over-stepping the line, never favouriting certain nations during conflicts unless fully pressured. USP-Iranian relations allow USP to be omnipresent in the Middle East, USP-Japan relations allows them to be all-powerful in South-East Asia, it's relationship with Korea allows them to be a powerful force in the East and it's competition with failing China allows them to be present in the Indian-Chinese area. Unlike other players on the arena, USP has all the potential in this game and only uses half of it.

SRGI - A true monster to the West, in Asia SRGI is regarded as the protector, a bastion of Asian interest...when it suits. SRGI through it's vast central Asian territory has access to all spheres of Asia and therefor power to do as it wishes. It's flourishing relation with Iran is a growing consequence of the French and Spanish actions against Iran. Despite ideological differences, SRGI managed to get Iran to cooperate, a key to unlocking a stable position in the Middle East. In the East, SRGI already dominates over Japan and it's silent rivalry with China is becoming apparent, a rivalry that SRGI continuously is winning. SRGI plays it's cards based on the situation, and therefore always wins. It's position within Asia is growing, which could mean a confrontation with USP in the near future should China be unable to stop it.

JAPAN - The dying Empire of Asia is not ready for the modern Asian era. With outdated politics and foreign policy it fights for breath in an ever tightening arena. Japan failed to intervene in Laos, it doesn't resit IPDC growth, fails to challenge SRGI in the Pacific, finds itself fighting for Korean relationship and is unable to move within it's own sphere of influence. The issue with Japan is it's lack of allies and friends within Asia itself. Allying with USP and EU is extremely beneficatory...to a point. Japan has to find a new opening on Asia, otherwise Korea will take it's place within the East Asian sphere and create a new dynamic of change with China, Korea and SRGI becoming the major forces of East Asia and Japan fundamentally becoming a buffer state between USP and SRGI on the pacific. A wake up call is desperately needed.

GERMANY - This is a very unlikely player within the arena, but a player nonetheless and Scheffner's tour of Asia is proving that. What France lacks is tact and refinement in it's Asian strives, something Germany mastered to the perfection. Germany understands the complexities of Asia and it's allies, friends and enemies within it. What's more is that Germans play on that knowledge extremely well, finding themselves in each sphere without hassle. Without making major gestures, major diplomatic issues or triumphs, Germany quietly entered the Asian arena as the dark horse of the game. Unlike Iran, it doesn't show true colours when provoked, unlike USP it doesn't go into competition with powers, unlike SRGI it doesn't aim for confrontation...Germany simply is present.

As so, the Asian Arena is becoming more and more dangerous to it's players. One strive too far, one new foreign player trying to enter or one new conflict arising will fundamentally flip the arena in a manner that is unpredictable for nations involved. What is predictable is that none of the forces mentioned within the Asian Arena will allow for such flip to happen as too much is at stake, and rather than brute force what Asian Arena is about...is patience and determination.

Read dispatch

Great article! Very detailed, and it's a great take on Asia's affairs!

Etheinia wrote: Bassou Azad straightens his tie. “We try not to keep too much in inventory at any one time, as it can attract attention. Right now, I believe we have around 3000 Makarovs, 1000 Kalashnikovs, 200 RPG-7s, 400 PK machine guns, and a few dozen 82mm mortars, plus ammunition, hand grenades, and explosives.”

“However,” he quickly adds, “we can easily acquire additional weapons for you on short notice, so long as you have the money. We have several sources in Libya and Chad who can get us nearly anything, from pistols to anti-aircraft guns.”

    Ronnie Nyman: "That's a pretty good amount. We'll take your entire stock. Here's what we have to offer you."

Ronnie puts his briefcase on the table, unlocks it and opens it. The briefcase is filled with 100 and 200 Algerian Dinar bills. However, there are 6 stacks of 100 Swedish Krona in it too. Ronnie takes the stacks of Krona out of the briefcase.

    Ronnie Nyman: "You can go ahead and check them or count them. They're the real deal."

Bayern Kahla wrote:ASIAN-PACIFIC TOUR CONTINUES

HISTORICAL MOMENT AS BANGLADESH RECEIVES FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY THE CHANCELLOR OF GERMANY

It had come to many as a surprise that the small nation of Somerania become the center of attention after Korea.

And yet, her arrival was to begin trust with a strategic player in Asia. Projects of economic ties were also on the table as well as foreign policy coordination and understandings.

Korea and Bangladesh were two worlds. But the country still had something attractive and fascinating for the Chancellor.

It was unclear how the local Government and people of Bangladesh would receive a European leader in times where European nations have been seen as rather unpopular at times.

Gaining the trust of this country was vital. Other wishes of Scheffner were company ethics. Recently, addidas, puma and others had moved their factories to this country. The german press had suspected cheap labour including child labour.

Finally, the entire security of the SEA region was vital for German investments and trade and in a way, to keep other countries away from exploiting weaknesses in a region.

The plane landed slightly after midday with the colors of Germany being witnessed for the first time by many.

As the Airbus A340 of the German government with the colour scheme of the German flag and with " BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND" written on it landed in Hazrat Shahjalal international airport in Dhaka, a city of more than ten million people on a relatively cloudy and relatively windy day, it was 27 degrees celsius outside and it looked like it was about to rain in about 1 hour, the sky had a slightly yellowish but bright colour, it wasn't one bit azure it was covered up by clouds.

There was a walkway set up where the Chancellor of Germany and her security would come off, the walkway was flanked by the Para-Commando brigade with their camouflaged uniforms and red berets, each soldier was holding the BD-08 assault rifle, they were a jungle warfare unit and they actually were just for show, the real protection was going to be the President Guard Regiment, the Rapid Action Battalion and Special Security Force.

At the end of the walkway was a convoy of 7 Tata Hexa SUVs that were going to take Scheffner to the Gonobhaban (Prime Minister's residence) security was tight as relations with France tensed up, the mindset of the Bangladeshi people was like "if France is hostile then Europe is hostile too!" Security not only looked out for possible assassination attempts but also Sorbian flags...

Connomia wrote:
    Ronnie Nyman: "That's a pretty good amount. We'll take your entire stock. Here's what we have to offer you."

Ronnie puts his briefcase on the table, unlocks it and opens it. The briefcase is filled with 100 and 200 Algerian Dinar bills. However, there are 6 stacks of 100 Swedish Krona in it too. Ronnie takes the stacks of Krona out of the briefcase.

    Ronnie Nyman: "You can go ahead and check them or count them. They're the real deal."

(Note: A briefcase full of bills wouldn’t really be worth much, due to the devaluation of the Algerian dinar from inflation. It’s not really an issue, as other payment can be arranged easily, but I just want to give you a heads up)

Azad proceeds to count the money, testing a few bills with an iodine counterfeit pen to determine their authenticity. Once he is satisfied with the amount, he transfers the money to his own briefcase.

“I’ll consider this to be a sufficient down payment. The rest of the payment you owe us will be $500,000 USD, due at the time of delivery. I’m going to give you the name and number of an agent in Switzerland who will help you wire the rest of the money to us through a series of offshore accounts, to prevent it from being traced” he says, scribbling the information onto a piece of paper and handing it to Nyman. “This agent will help you sort out any issues related to money. Now, where do you want the shipment to be delivered?”

Etheinia wrote:(Note: A briefcase full of bills wouldn’t really be worth much, due to the devaluation of the Algerian dinar from inflation. It’s not really an issue, as other payment can be arranged easily, but I just want to give you a heads up)

Azad proceeds to count the money, testing a few bills with an iodine counterfeit pen to determine their authenticity. Once he is satisfied with the amount, he transfers the money to his own briefcase.

“I’ll consider this to be a sufficient down payment. The rest of the payment you owe us will be $500,000 USD, due at the time of delivery. I’m going to give you the name and number of an agent in Switzerland who will help you wire the rest of the money to us through a series of offshore accounts, to prevent it from being traced” he says, scribbling the information onto a piece of paper and handing it to Nyman. “This agent will help you sort out any issues related to money. Now, where do you want the shipment to be delivered?”

(OOC I knew that. That's why I had the stack of Swedish Krona as 1 Krona is almost worth 16 Dinar. I just had most of it be Dinar so it wouldn't have to all be exchanged.)

Nyman pulls out a map of Sweden and Norway.

    Ronnie Nyman: "We want it to be delivered preferably to Bjerkvik in Norway, but were okay with it being delivered to that general vicinity. Follow the E-10 Highway and we want it at Kiruna. Is that okay with you?"

Alzarikstan

Indonesian Foreign Minister prepares to depart for Moscow


THE INDONESIAN HERALD


Foreign Minister Marsudi departs for Moscow:
Indonesian Foreign Minister Reto Marsudi is set to meet with Tsar Vladimir Putin in only a week, mid-June, to discuss bilateral relations between Indonesia and the SGRI.

Foreign Minister Reto Marsudi (closest to the camera) leaves the National Parliament Building with her delegation to Moscow behind her.

June 5, 2022 - 4:00pm

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The Indonesian Herald: Standard Edition

JAKARTA — Last night, Prime Minister Puan Maharani agreed to the SGRI's invitation to discuss bilateral relations. However, due to complications, the Foreign Minister, Reto Marsudi, will be visiting Moscow with a delegation instead.

According to inside sources, Marsudi and her delegation will be departing for Moscow in three days and will meet with Tsar Putin as planned. The agenda for the meeting remains classified. The conference is set to last around a week when the Indonesian delegation will leave Moscow and return home.

Although left-wing liberals oppose the move to work with the SGRI, Prime Minister Maharani claims that "no matter what ideology, they are a nation, and we must work with that nation to achieve long-sought unity among us".

This was published Tuesday, June 5, 2022 | Indonesia

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New Provenance, whenever you are ready, we can either RP the entire meeting or we can discuss in private some agreements and then afterwards RP the end result

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