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Shanghai Cooperation Organization

The geopolitical scope of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) fuses macro-engineering with biodiversity to create an unprecedented alliance for economic growth and global security. Both the Great Green Wall of China and the Silk Belt & Road provide a solid background for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to flourish beyond the forthcoming economic doomsday awaiting belongers of the western European World Order. In fact, current military modernization and political structuring within the Shanghai Cooperation Organization has already ignited naval disputes in the South China Sea between the historical East and hysterical West!

Actually, the naval disputes in the South China Sea are centered around current SCO macro-engineering initiatives. Truthfully, the situation has already fueled enough hostilities to force the United Kingdom to approve a referendum to exit and separate from the European Union. Moreover, the NATO military alliance has admitted to combating its nuclear inferiority with major trade barriers. Meanwhile, in Asia the Far East Peninsula is in a state of civil unrest over the relentless Western war in the Middle East for opium. Economically, SCO continues to surpass the trade war initiated by the US over decades of monetary easing policies. Hence, let's take a closer look at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.


The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) was founded in 2001 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. These countries (except for Uzbekistan) were members of the Shanghai Five which was founded in 1996. The members renamed the organization after the inclusion of Uzbekistan in 2001. India and Pakistan both joined the organization in June 2016 and are its newest members.

The leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization have formed a powerful international alliance by uniting their political, economic and military resources. In fact, the SCO has emerged as the global leader in routinely dealing with multinational challenges such as global warming, pollution and extremism. SCO members continue to transcend the solutions to worldwide problems by developing macro-engineering projects.

Current Projects

The RS-26 ICBM safeguards the Silk Road Maritime Belt with modernization for a new asteroid defense system

The SCO has designed and developed several macro-engineering initiatives which involve collaboration from all fields of study. These initiatives involve engineers, scientists, lawyers, industrialists, military personnel and politicians from all over the world. Macro-engineering is the implementation of extremely large-scale initiatives that involve managing resources, technology and the publics opinion of complex projects that last a long period of time. The Great Green Wall of China is an example of such engineering initiatives. Let's keep looking.

China has seen the Gobi Desert overtake nearly 3,600 km2 (1,400 sq mi) of grassland in years past. Increasingly, dust storms blew off as much as 2,000 km2 (800 sq mi) of topsoil during desert wind storms. Meanwhile, the storms had a serious agricultural impact in Japan, North Korea, and South Korea. Thus, the Great Green Wall of China project began in 1978 to reverse this desertification process. The proposed end result of the project is to raise China's northern forest cover from 5 to 15 percent. Relentlessly, the Eastern Alliance formed within the SCO to accelerate China's climate control initiative.

The latest phase of the project actually began in 2003. It involved building a $1.2 billion oversight system (including mapping and surveillance databases). Actually, the oversight system was used to develop the Sea-Level Space Technique. Critically, geopolitical forces within the Eastern Alliance began developing a system to track the aerial seeding that covers wide swathes of land in Mongolia. Meanwhile, economic incentives have increased for more farmers to plant trees and shrubs in areas that are reforesting.

The Great Green Wall project is designed to have a belt with sand-tolerant vegetation arranged in checkerboard patterns in order to stabilize the sand dunes. A gravel platform will be developed next to the fresh vegetation to hold down sand and encourage a soil crust to form. Newly planted trees should also serve as a windbreak from dust storms. This allows for the development of a new Amur-Tumen Hydro-meteorology System which is another breakthrough in environmental science.

The Great Green Wall of China Project

Spotlight: Amur-Tumen Hydro-meteorology System

Meanwhile, Pakistan's recent membership in SCO places a major spotlight on Iran's nuclear energy program. Pakistan is able to benefit from Iran's nuclear program. Iran is offering 3,000 megawatts of electricity to Pakistan to amplify their neighborly relations which has remained strong for thousands of years. Furthermore, at least eight trading centers are planned to open in border areas between Iran and Pakistan. Presently there is only one. Obviously, there is a lot of future growth on the horizon which makes the Shanghai Cooperation Organization a key player in geopolitical security.

Global Security

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is also the current leader for peace and global security. The SCO has described the main threats it confronts as being terrorism, separatism and extremism. In June 2004, the Regional Anti-terrorism Structure (RATS) was established at the SCO summit held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Meanwhile, social development has become a major threat from the 2008 financial crisis and the recent explosion of same-sex marriage laws in the West. Thus, SCO members continue to fight against cross-border drug crimes while detecting terrorist rings and networks.

In October 2007, the SCO signed an agreement with the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) to broaden cooperation on issues such as security, crime, and drug trafficking. Joint action plans between the two organizations propelled the global security platform enjoyed within the Eastern Alliance.

The SCO and CSTO are currently redefining cyber warfare, by saying that the information which is considered to be "harmful to the spiritual, moral and cultural spheres of other states" should be considered a "security threat". Meanwhile, SCO members adopted an accord in 2009 which defines "information war", in part, as an effort by a state to undermine another's "political, economic, and social systems". Thus, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization is also the leader in information and urban warfare.

Let's not make any mistakes about the obvious potential of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization! Since, November 2005 Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has reiterated that the "Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is working to establish a rational and just world order" and that "The Shanghai Cooperation Organization provides us with a unique opportunity to take part in the process of forming a fundamentally new model of geopolitical integration". The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is working diligently to soon promote a new platform for global governance and geopolitical integration that surpasses the potential of the United Nations.

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