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Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Geopolitically, the scope of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is accelerating from infusing macro-engineering into bio-diversity to establish an unprecedented political alliance for economic growth and global security. Historically, the Great Green Wall of China and the New Silk Belt & Road provide a solid platform for SCO to flourish beyond the economic doomsday which lingers under the western European World Order. Moreover, ongoing military modernization and political stability within SCO has already targeted a spiraling naval trade dispute in the South China Sea between the historical East and hysterical West!

Economically, the naval disputes in the South China Sea surround accelerating growth from various SCO macro-engineering initiatives which include military research. Truthfully, the situation in the South China Sea is boiling over with military hostilities which has led to the United Kingdom approving a referendum to exit and separate from the European Union. Moreover, the Five Eyes anglo-phone alliance between the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand is fueling socio-economic havoc over its growing nuclear inferiority. Meanwhile, in Asia the Far East Peninsula is in gridlock over denuclearization as the US leads war in the Middle East for opium. Politically, SCO is unified against the US trade war with China which aims to reinstate the recent decade of monetary easing policies.


Intuitively, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) was founded in 2001 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Originally, these nations (except for Uzbekistan) belonged to the Shanghai Five which was founded in 1996. Strategically, the organization was renamed after the inclusion of Uzbekistan in 2001. Subsequently, India and Pakistan both became the newest members of the SCO in June 2016.

Expansively, the leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization have formed a powerful international alliance through uniting political, economic and military resources. In fact, the SCO has emerged as the global leader in routine intervention with multi-national challenges such as global warming, pollution and extremism. Importantly, SCO members are integrating to transcend new solutions to ongoing world-wide problems while developing and improving macro-engineering projects.

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Global Security

Modishly, in October 2007, the SCO signed an agreement with the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) to integrate on issues such as global security, organized crime, and drug trafficking. Additionally, the two organizations established joint action plans to accelerate the pace for meeting global security demands to initiate the Eastern Alliance. Principally, the SCO and CSTO is redefining cyber warfare as identity theft is recognized as: "harmful to the spiritual, moral and cultural spheres of other states" and should be considered a "security threat". Meanwhile, SCO members have adopted a new 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 SCO is also an active leader in information, urban and cyber warfare. Readily, the obvious potential of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization is expanding into Central Asian markets! 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".

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The Great Green Wall of China

Environmentally, the SCO has designed and developed several macro-engineering initiatives that originate from all fields of study. Specifically, several initiatives pair engineers, scientists, lawyers, industrialists, military personnel and politicians from all over the world together for implementation of large-scale projects. Additionally, the SCO is keen with resource management, technology and public opinion towards complex projects which last for long periods of time such as the Great Green Wall of China. Geographically, China has seen the Gobi Desert overtake nearly 3,600 sq km (1,400 sq mi) of grassland in years past. Increasingly, dust storms blew off as much as 2,000 sq km (800 sq mi) of topsoil during desert wind storms. Moreover, the storms had a serious agricultural impact in Japan, North Korea, and South Korea. Originally, the Great Green Wall of China project began in 1978 to reverse the devastating deforestation process. Steadfastly, the result of the project raises China's northern forest cover from 5 to 15 percent. Actually, the latest phase of the project began in 2003 which involved building a $1.2 billion oversight system (equipped with mapping and surveillance databases).

Precisely, the oversight system and database has integrated with the Sea-Level Space Technique to deliver maximum results as tracking aerial seeding becomes significant to wide swathes of land in Mongolia. Furthermore, economic incentives have increased for more farmers to plant trees and shrubs in growing reforestation areas. Also, newly planted trees serve as a windbreak from dust storms which allows for expansion of the Amur-Tumen Hydro-meteorology System. Ultimately, the Great Green Wall of China will transform into an environmental belt nurtured with sand-tolerant vegetation as a new soil crust forms.

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Regionally, Pakistan's membership in the SCO places a major spotlight on Iran's nuclear energy program as it benefits Pakistan. Accordingly, Iran has offered 3,000 mega-watts of electricity to Pakistan which amplifies their neighborly relations which has remained strong for hundreds of years. Additionally, at least eight trading centers have been planned to open along the border areas between Iran and Pakistan. Clearly, there is a lot of future growth on the horizon for Central Asia giving the Shanghai Cooperation Organization a key role in global security. Hence, stability in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Northern Africa remains a top priority for the SCO. Publicly, the SCO has identified the main threats to global stability as being terrorism, separatism and organized extremism. Effectively, the Regional Anti-terrorism Structure (RATS) has engaged to accelerate social development as it has become targeted since the 2008 financial crisis. Thoroughly, SCO members have fought to alleviate cross-border drug-related crimes while eliminating terrorist rings and networks.

Uniquely, the SCO is moving beyond the economic restraints inherited from de-dollarization as issues such as COVID-19, the US-China trade war, and military tensions in the South China Sea become successfully engaged. Globally, diversity is vital to market sentiment as US trade embargoes force the emergence of the Cross-Border Inter-Bank Payments System (CIPS). Prudently, the SCO is moving rapidly with replacing SWIFT (a western-based international payment system) for institutions which are riddled by US political gridlock.

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