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The Bottom Line

Strike Zone

Israel Becomes Isolated Over Military Aggression


12:59 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Blatantly, the recent flare-up in Israel over its military aggression against Palestine on the Gaza Strip implicates a greater regional threat to stability in the Middle East. Intensely, US President Joe Biden was pressured into brokering a cease-fire agreement over the 11 day flare-up to ingest the rapid response to the US troop withdrawal in Afganistan. Regionally, the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan isolates Israel with its ongoing US military coalition against Palestine. Additionally, the US military coalition with Israel replaces the western political stronghold in Afghanistan as failure to bridge peace has a devasting impact on Israel.

Meanwhile, senior advisor Ali Akbar Velayati, to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei stated, "The issue of Palestine is still one of the [most] important and prioritized issues for the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran."

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Likewise, resistance to Israel's recent flare-up is ratcheting in Palestine as Hamas issues a warning that increasing attacks include strikes against US troop locations in the region. Openly, Israel's military aggression is associated with a criminal network of war crimes and crimes against humanity from the US. Effectively, military aggression is expected to expand into Egypt, Libya and Saudi Arabia over the post-9/11 attempt to demise the economies of Islamic states. Geopolitically, Israel remains isolated with its military aggression against Palestine as military resistance from Hamas expands into parts of southern Europe.


"US attempts to salvage the European Order with new Oceania based military coalition"

Rules of Engagement

At the Border

Revamping the Panama Canal from Mexico


22:33 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Freely, the US-Mexico border has drifted into the headlines from the war on drugs which has left the US Department of Homeland Security ditched. Economically, the US Treasury Department is also in the limelight as the pace of mature bonds outpace recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Militarily, the war on drugs in Mexico opens the economic wounds left behind US President Donald Trump's enforcement of trade embargoes. Hence, the Gulf of Mexico is becoming the origins for a revamped Panama Canal as Mexico's navy raises the red flag against the US Department of Homeland Security over the US-Mexico border.

Impressively, the Gulf of Mexico is selected as a premium zone for integrated strategic development on the Kupol space system with Russia. Specifically, Russia is scheduled to finish the first stage modernization of newer radars for its advanced missile defense systems this year. Likewise, integration with the Kupol space system from the Gulf of Mexico reinforces the security gap from the war on drugs at the US-Mexico border.

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Diligently, Russia's CEO Pavel Laptayev of RTI Joint Stock Company (which will deliver the upgrades) stated, "We are currently working on a project that lays out the existing radar stations’ upgrade logic. This project will be finished in 2020, and then we will get down to the research and development stage to compile the evidential base, and formulate technical solutions for each station upgrade separately." Markedly, revamping the Panama Canal with integration of the Kupol space system is a major stride towards economic stabilization on the Gulf of Mexico.


"US attempts to salvage the European Order with new Oceania based military coalition"

Opium Pandemic

Zionist Imperialism

NATO Remains a Foreign Adversary in Afghanistan


19:40 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Assiduously, the European Union is pursuing close relations in Afghanistan over the expected withdrawal of NATO forces which intensifies recovery efforts. Readily, the European Union is seeking to fill the public vacuum established from military tensions in Afghanistan through assistance activities such as training advice with safety procedures. Openly, the European Union's diplomatic envoy to Afghanistan Thomas Nicholson mentioned, "While the forces are exiting, our intention is to stay." Frivolously, the European Union has pledged on dwindling investments for Afghanistan as foreign troops withdraw from the nation.

Furthermore, he stated, “Our mission has not changed, our pledges with the people of Afghanistan has not changed but the situation changed and we have to adjust ourselves to the alternatives to continued the interactions and fulfilling our commitments.”

Similarly, NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg indicated that the intentions of the security bloc is building pressure against regional security in Afghanistan. Particularly, NATO is most determined to assist in security protocols for the Kabul International Airport which is a lag on expansion of Afghan port security on the New Silk Road Economic Belt. Meanwhile, NATO has issued statements on the impact from remaining at odds on the withdrawal of foreign troops in Afghanistan. Actively, the European Union has ensured funds toward Afghanistan's security while foreign forces remain an adversary in the region.

Turkey Expands Influence With the Mediterranean


02:31 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Militarily, Turkey is the most active European Union member in the Syrian war which accelerates Istanbul's influence in the West. Appropriately, Turkey has established three major zones to destabilize new-born terror cells in Syria which are designated as: Euphrates Shield, Olive Branch, and Peace Spring. Effectively, the 30-year war against the PKK terror network in Turkey is subsiding over military actions taken against the affliate YPG network in Syria. Additionally, Turkey is expanding beyond US military capabilities as military development in the region intensifies from the pace of recovery over threats to stability.

Strategically, Turkey is broadening the scope of battle against the PKK to hasten assistance in France and target ongoing threats from ISIL/Daesh networks arising within Kurdistan.



"US attempts to salvage the European Order with new Oceania based military coalition"

Intra-Afghan Talks

The Roll Call

Afghan Government Opens Path to Peace Agreements


01:04 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Internationally, the path towards peace in Afghanistan begins with reform which stipulate both the appropriate and necessary agreements for peace and unity. Primarily, the Afghan government has made tremendous progress in leading the process for a peace agreement as foreign troops begin withdrawing from the nation. Militarily, Afghanistan is mobilized to establish direction for the peace agreement with the Taliban while alleviating the threat of ISIL in the region. Meanwhile, the Afghan government is establishing a network for building greater public reform to generate and expand economic growth.

Chiefly, member of parliament Ahmad Javid Jaihoon stated, "The continued war is a lose-lose policy and has no winner. The people of Afghanistan are the main losers of this war. A political partnership and unity is the only solution of the Afghanistan issue."

Keenly, the Afghan government and Taliban press towards securing the Afghan-Pakistan border for both military and economic integration from state-of-the-art technological developments. Regionally, the withdrawal of foreign forces from the Bagram Airfield and Kandahar International Airport allows the Afghan government to expand access to military development which ensures security. Steadfastly, India, Iran, Turkey and Iraq are progressing over rising military tensions in the region which is accelerating the process for an Afghan peace agreement. Implicitly, the Afghan government is seeking stronger political ties with Turkey as the demand for a resumption of peace talks accelerate from Pakistan.

Daesh Beyond... Istanbul Conference Establishes New Peace Agenda


14:02 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Readily, members of the Taliban and the Afghan government with other world leaders prepare for a new round of peace talks at the Istanbul Conference. Subtly, intra-Afghan talks gain momentum since remaining idle from the initial talks which began in September. Presently, Afghanistan is on the brinks of igniting a new war over government elections and constitutional reform. Meanwhile, the Istanbul Conference is developing a clear road map for a peace agenda in Afghanistan and the region. Sensibly, intra-Afghan talks must stipulate ways to address the public with information on constitutional reforms such as: the purpose, costs, impact and time of new amendments.

Intently, an official from the reconciliation council stated, "The Istanbul conference is very important, key, historic and decisive for the people of Afghanistan. The government of Afghanistan plus political parties and influential leaders will attend the conference with a united viewpoint."



"US attempts to salvage the European Order with new Oceania based military coalition"

The Indian Corridor

At the Heart

Bank of Japan Extend Easing Policies Till End of Year


00:09 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Fiscally, Japan is holding fast on economic stimulus initiatives in the US that fuel the Indo-Pacific alliance as recovery from the ongoing pandemic plod. Economically, Japan weighs on the demand for oil along with India as efforts to build the Indo-Pacific alliance are jeopardized from the extention of monetary easing policies. Primarily, economic stimulus in the US lack reach in overseas markets which prolong easing policies in Japan as regional tensions linked to the US-China trade war warps economic growth. Tentatively, Japan is expecting to miss its 2% inflation target for several years ahead which has the central bank bracing with stimulus funds.

Reportedly, the Bank of Japan stated, "Japan's economy is likely to recover, though the level of activity will be lower than before the spread of the pandemic mainly for sectors that offer face-to-face services."

Assertively, Japan has extended its easing policies till the end of the year along with warnings of uncertainty over pressure on US stocks from additional government stimulus. Increasingly, economic stimulus at the BOJ gear towards boosting exports which are stagnant from the pandemic and are essential for a feasible Indo-Pacific alliance. Likewise, the BOJ has reduced its core consumer inflation forecast to 0.1% for the year from 0.5% which lowers the volume of economic activity in the region. Furthermore, the BOJ is relying on US economic incentives to balance against regional trade deficits with ASEAN nations. Precisely, the past 8 consecutive years of economic stimulus in Japan have yielded a short fall in the 2% inflation benchmark.

Indo-Pacific Alliance with Japan Deepens Fiscal Vacuum


17:23 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Economically, the Indo-Pacific Alliance or Quad 4 is facing several hurdles as a fiscal vacuum exist from mediocre plans for development. Militarily, the Indo-Pacific alliance faces greater obstacles over US stagnation in the region on the issue of nuclear parity and military integration. Moreover, Japan's extension of grant aid and loans to India for infrastructure projects on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands signify an economic vacuum building as Central Asia intensifies recovery from COVID, war and trade embargoes.