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Strike Zone

Iraq Thwarts US Regional Stronghold With Israel


19:41 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Decisively, Iraq has established stronger military and political ties with neighbors in the Middle East which dissipates the US economic stronghold from Israel. Extensively, Iraq has reached security agreements with Saudi Arabia and Turkey as expectations for the withdrawal of US troops intensify while the restoration of peace returns to the nation. Momentously, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhhimi arranged for military integration with Saudi Arabia to expand the potential for active anti-terror units while addressing issues with global security. Essentially, an agreement to establish a Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council generates pressure for stability over the expansion of trade and opening of the Arar port at the Saudi-Iraq border.

Meanwhile, Iraq has agreed to purchasing more military equipment including: drones, attack helicopters and advanced electronic weapons from Turkey which reduces the US regional stronghold with Israel. Resolutely, Iraq is alleviating the need for US military aid to eliminate Daesh terrorist networks in the region.

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Vehemently, Iraq is accelerating from military capabilities with border security against Daesh while the US coalition with Israel faces major hurdles over global security issues with Saudi Arabia. Particularly, the war in Yemen is linked to the US military coalition for Israel which impacts economic stability in Saudi Arabia with the threat of ongoing war. Appropriately, Yemen's leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi mentioned, "If we had failed in the war, there would have been American, British and Israeli bases in Sana’a and elsewhere in Yemen." Pertinently, extensive military integration from the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council reduces the impact of war in Yemen as Saudi Arabia expands beyond the capacity of the US coalition with Israel.


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Rules of Engagement

At the Border

Social Architecture in Mexico Ignites Expansion


10:02 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Nationally, Mexico has developed the Program of Urban Improvement (PMU) to expand the high level of skill and aptitude in demand from urban growth as a digital society emerges in the region. Befittingly, the Secretariat of Agrarian Development, and Territorial Urbano (Sedatu) has built a public exhibition which features the most exemplary projects from over 100 cities to generate awareness. Socially, Sedatu is diminishing information gaps related to urban growth and economic expansion for the public as exhibitions reflect available spaces which are designed to coexist with local solemnity.

Meanwhile, Mexico is building a major modeling design which improves infrastructure and is visible from the scope of architectural planning in the PMU. Hence, the National Commission on Housing has informed of over 180,000 new housing units being produced with the PMU.

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Amply, Sedatu is stabilizing urban growth with new social architectual designs to elevate the quality of work with urban planning that include expansion into the US as the public sphere inflates. Notably, architect Felipe Leal mentioned in regard to the present exhibition, "it has a great commitment and what we have seen in the regions, the people have a better quality of life thanks to the social architecture that works with the PMU." Importantly, the PMU has also established new workshops on social architecture, sustainability, mobility, housing and community participation for women to accelerate public interest.


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US Drug Wars

Zionist Imperialism

Afghanistan Impedes US Effort for Indo-Pacific Alliance


18:52 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Aggressively, the Taliban is overshadowing US intentions of building a new Indo-Pacific alliance in order to resist Chinese global expansion and influence. Ostensibly, the US evacuated Afghanistan with pretentious deadlines to assemble a naval coalition in the South China Sea with NATO allies. Effectively, the Taliban has seized a host of US military equipment including new helicopters, military vehicles and weapons which were designated for Afghan security forces. Promptly, the Taliban has impeded US attempts to escalate tensions with China as integration and military cooperation expands from the region. Strategically, the US intends on augmenting the Indo-Pacific alliance to ditch decades of economic relapse from war in Central Asia.

Geopolitically, the US has initiated a tour in Asia to overshadow the withdrawal of troops and evacuation in Afghanistan which signals economic doom for the West from escalating military tensions. Specifically, NATO warships heading for the South China Sea risk exciting ongoing arms races in Central Asia while loosening trade relations within the Indo-Pacific framework.

Particularly, the declaration of an Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ) on both the East and South China Seas from China is a major proclamation for international security and trade. Equitably, an arms race for Central Asia stabilizes the Taliban in efforts to rebuild Afghanistan with a political coalition aimed to achieve economic prosperity from military integration in various fields of research. Meanwhile, the use of an ADIZ from China provides additional support against illegal international trade which NATO has propagated to the G-7 to invigorate freedom of navigation claims for the Indo-Pacific alliance.

Belarus Embraces Common Labor Market for Central Asia


21:01 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Assiduously, Belarus has launched with China the Year of Regions to externalize ambitions for a common labor market with CIS nations for economic expansion into Central Asia. Economically, Belarus has accelerated integration with China in various sectors including: science, technology, education and healthcare to produce higher standards from ties to Central Asia. Prominently, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of China to Belarus Xie Xiaoyong stated, "Interregional cooperation is now becoming a new growth point in cooperation between our countries. Along with the development of interstate relations, we should strengthen cooperation at the regional level in order to mobilize the full potential of cooperation in various areas."

Steadily, labor migration from Central Asia and China into Eastern Europe generate new opportunities for the expanding labor market among CIS nations. Gradually, the formation of a common labor market in the CIS builds the potential for economic growth as migrants adapt to new labor laws which facilitate free movement. Generously, the development of a common labor market for Central Asia strengthens ties between China and CIS nations.


NATO in Limbo Over Afghanistan Security


21:51 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Diplomatically, NATO is in limbo over security in Afghanistan while intentions in Europe to improve relations with the Taliban are expressed. Moreover, NATO is binding the EU into a military response over ongoing violence in Afghanistan. Insolently, the UK is exercising the right to self-defense after withdrawing from Afghanistan as NATO relies on unity for relevance which weighs on relations in Europe with the Taliban. Primarily, the UK is perpetuating security needs from NATO to maintain a link with ISIS-K, Daesh and other various militant groups which sprout over limbo. Militarily, the UK is pressing for the ability to deliver air raids in Afghanistan while Germany urges for diplomatic talks with the Taliban.

Significantly, German Chancellor Angela Merkel raised interest over extensive relations with the Taliban noting that continuos talks on cooperation in Afghanistan allows Europe to assist with reopening the Kabul airport. Importantly, Germany has distinguish recognition for diplomatic missions in Afghanistan for the EU as the UK relies on NATO to exacerbate violence against the Taliban.

Openly, British Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston mentioned, "Ultimately what this boils down to is that we've got to be able to play a global role in the global coalition to defeat Daesh, whether it's strikes, or whether it's moving troops or equipment into a particular country, at scale and at speed." Accordingly, he included, "If there's an opportunity for us to contribute I am in no doubt that we will be ready to -- that will be anywhere where violent extremism raises its head, and is a direct or indirect threat to the UK and our allies."


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Intra-Afghan Peace

The Roll Call

Iraq Intensifies Pressure For US Withdrawal


[updated] 02:38 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Internationally, Iraq is transitioning with growing resistance to US troops and foreign coalition fighters linked to ISIL which depend on Israel for sustainability. Moreover, Iraq is building territory for intense combat against Daesh militias as US troops suffer with supply shortages over the withdrawal and evacuation in Afghanistan. Likewise, several resistance groups in Iraq have expanded precocious awareness on the positions of US coalition militia fighters with active combat and intelligence gathering. Thoroughly, Iraq's resistance movements are tracking US facilities and military aid for ISIL-K and Daesh in Kurdistan, Syria and Israel among other scattered parts of the region. Strategically, Iraq's PMU is developing to secure northern Iraq from US coalition fighters in response to air attacks which facilitate and intensify military aggression for Israel against Iran.

Intently, senior leader of Iraq's Kata'ib Hezbollah resistance group Abu Ali al-Askari mentioned, "If the enemy does not explicitly announce the withdrawal of its forces and this is not verified in the field and by credible parliamentary national and security committees, the resistance will continue its operations in all positions until the last occupying soldier leaves Iraq.”

Successfully, Iraq has gained momentum from the resistance movement while destabilizing US coalition forces in Syria which thrive on illegal activities and political war crimes. Militarily, Iraq is integrating with Iran for air-combat support as tensions from Israel intensify over air raids in Syria. Importantly, Iraq is bridging ties with Iran and Saudi Arabia to respond to the extensive air raids led by US coalition forces to support fledging Daesh groups. Politically, Iraq is engaged with ensuring US coalition fighters withdraw from the nation before the end of the year while building regional ties to sustain recovery efforts.

War In Yemen Overshadows Afghan Peace Process


02:33 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Geopolitically, the war in Yemen is leading military aggression in the region against Israel and US ties as Saudi Arabia extend relations in the region. Intensely, Yemeni forces have taken stronghold of several key districts against Saudi coalition forces which have ties to elements of Daesh and al Qaeda militia. Uniquely, Saudi Arabia has initiated meetings with Yemen to affirm a direction for establishing peace while the US forces rivalry among militants for an Islamic State. Vigorously, the US is building remote networks to fuel uprising with terrorist militias in wake of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Publicly, Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman indicated support for, "all efforts to end the conflict, implement a cease-fire, alleviate the humanitarian crisis, and reach a political resolution that guarantees peace and prosperity for the brotherly people of Yemen."

Resolutely, Yemen's army has responded to military aggression from the US and Saudi coalition against the Ansarullah resistance movement. Vehemently, Major General Ali Hamoud al-Mushaki expressed, "The Yemeni army and Popular Committees have emerged triumphant in the battle to defend the national sovereignty against the coalition of aggression. The Yemeni people shattered the invincibility myth of the United States, Israel and their mercenaries in the region." Assuredly, the crisis in Yemen is overshadowing the peace process in Afghanistan which is progressing with anti-terror military cooperation in the region.

Taliban Begins Rebuilding Advanced Government


03:33 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Attentively, the Taliban has began with efforts to rebuild a unified government with political alliances which embrace Islamic law. Ethnically, the Taliban is focused on building an inclusive government to secure efficiency for improvement in traditional social services and economic expansion. Accordingly, the Taliban has initiated a national agenda to involve all sectors of Afghan society to develop an advanced economy with an increase from international trade. Steadily, the Taliban has ensured the reopening of public schools and educational institutions while estabishing outreach services for students. Additionally, the Taliban has signaled to neighboring states its intention to deliver a bountiful cultural, political and economic exchange from sustained relations.

Presently, the Taliban has issued an amnesty period during rapid transformation for the national assembly while maintaining a strong public presence to stabilize the nation. Increasingly, intra-Afghan peace is a result of a successful transformation in rebuilding an advanced government with the Taliban.



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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.

China Extends Military Domainance In Taiwan Strait


03:37 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Unwieldy, the US is coordinating regional support against reunification for Taiwan which forces a political race in the West over military development on the Taiwan Strait from China. Hastily, the US is ramping up an Indo-Pacific alliance against China which includes: Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and India among other states which have special interest in Taiwan. Reluctantly, the US opposes war against China while protecting an unofficial relationship to Taiwan. Keenly, China is expanding military dominance on the Taiwan Strait and beyond which has US officials scrambling for defense.

Judiciously, NATO has applied additional pressure over the military build-up in the Taiwan Strait from China to the G-7. Hazily, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg revealed, "What we have seen now over several years is a significant military build-up by China, investing heavily in new military capabilities including nuclear capabilities and also more advanced weapon systems."

Exceptionally, China has extended its military dominance to Taiwan on the Taiwan Strait while forbidding hazardous intervention from US allies on the reunification process. Economically, Taiwan is in jeopardy of lagging behind with mediocre support for an Indo-Pacific alliance against China's New Silk Road and Economic Belt initiative. Militarily, Taiwan faces defeat as China has developed an array of weapons to defend the Taiwan Strait against US allied forces. Adamantly, China has expressed an unwavering position for reunification with Taiwan which impacts G-7 nations in support for the US-led Indo-Pacific alliance.

Japan Hosting US Naval Drills Against China


19:17 PST

SF Bay Area, CA – Incessantly, the US is building a major naval aggression against China in Japan which impact economic trends in the G-7 while shifting alliance to the United Nations. Feasibly, the US 7th fleet command is affirming a post-WW2 naval posture with Japan based in Hawaii to instigate political rivalry in Taiwan over US weapons, arm sells, and nuclear capabilities. Nimbly, the British aircraft carrier Queen Elizabeth arrived in Japan for coordination of the Indo-Pacific alliance which imply vulnerabilities in regional air-defense capabilities for US allies in Asia.

Obstinately, Commodore Steve Moorhouse, commander of the Carrier Strike Group stated, "The Carrier Strike Group's presence embodies the United Kingdom's support for the freedom and security of the region's vital trading routes, and for an international system that benefits all countries."