Geopolitically, the scope of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is accelerating as the infusion of macro-engineering and bio-diversity innovates an unprecedented political alliance. Ardently, the SCO symbolizes global leadership towards economic prosperity and global security. Strategically, the Great Green Wall of China and the New Silk Road Economic Belt provide a solid platform for the SCO to flourish beyond the social integration limitations which has stripped the West. Likewise, the SCO has a host of members which unite against the spiraling western led European World Order. Moreover, military modernization and political stability within the SCO has accelerated a build-up of naval fronts along disputed maritime trade routes in open oceans.
Regionally, naval exploration claims on the South China Sea face major scrutiny as economic development in China drives macro-economic planning and climate control is enforced from major maritime routes in SCO nations. Productively, SCO members develop advanced industrial standards for various macro-engineering initiatives which integrate military research. Additionally, the volume of trade between SCO members has ignited new military hostilities in the West which impacts the progression of Brexit. Specifically, the Five Eyes alliance between the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand has fueled havoc with growing nuclear inferiority to SCO members. Meanwhile, the SCO is included in the well-being and security on the Far East peninsula as gridlock over denuclearization with the US steers nuclear tensions in the Middle East. Politically, SCO is unified against the US trade war with China which aims to reinstate a decade's old episode 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 became members of the SCO in June 2016 as economic expansion ignited with regional political reform. 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 have integrated to transcend new solutions to global disparity while developing to improve large-scale macro-engineering projects.
Progressively, the SCO has risen to the challenges of the new century which include issues with ugrading inter-government, security and environmental integration on public policy. Appropriately, the SCO initiated various large-scale macro-economic initiatives in 2007 related to mass transportation, mass telecommunications and energy. Steadily, the SCO has expanded into Central Asia from a major footprint in the African Union as the demand for higher-speed railroads lead the new century. Culturally, SCO members are bringing the richness of Iran and Mongolia into the core of its regional economic supremacy.
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 security demands to establish the Eastern Alliance among other global initiatives. 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" which is considered as a major security threat. Readily, 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". Effectively, the SCO is an active leader in information, urban and cyber warfare which underscores the potential for the SCO in establishing global stability. 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".
Successfully, China has built major infrastructure within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) to expand beyond the fledging Quad 4 alliance. Aggresively, the quantum tech race and drive for clean energy is spreading in the South China Sea as the impact of the US-China trade war lingers. Robustly, modernization from military development in the SCO is leading the surge in tensions between the US and China which reflects in the military build-up on the South China Sea.
Militarily, the SCO has formed several units to tackle international terrorism as interest in the Middle East unfold from regional stability. Particulary, stability in Afghanistan is a visible opportunity for Pakistan, Iran, India and China to integrate in the fight against international terror. Expectedly, the withdrawal of US and NATO troops in Afghanistan broadens the horizon for military research as recovery efforts demand a regional approach for stability. Tentatively, Afghanistan will seek modernization of its air-defense infrastructure as well as development from civil engineering projects as the West begins withdrawing troops out the nation. Rapidly, the era of war in Afghanistan is subsiding as the SCO use advanced military tactics to transition the region from war crimes for international terror. Accordingly, unity for the expansion of the Indo-European economic corridor begins in Afghanistan as Pakistan becomes a major trading partner during regional recovery. Traditionally, the SCO is linking the Middle East to Central Asia as regional stability expands into Arabia from innovation in the recovery effort. Predominantly, global security for the SCO overshadows the lament battle in Arabia over US ties to Israel.
Environmentally, the SCO has expanded from the development of several macro-engineering initiatives which originate from all fields of study. Specifically, several clean energy 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 in resource management and technology as public opinion towards long-lasting complex projects such as the Great Green Wall of China result in steady economic progress. Geographically, China has witnessed an affect from the Gobi Desert as nearly 3,600 sq km (1,400 sq mi) of grassland has been lost in years past. Increasingly, dust storms have blew off as much as 2,000 sq km (800 sq mi) of topsoil during desert wind storms. Moreover, storms from the Gobi Desert have a serious agricultural impact in the Far East and Japan. 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. Attractively, the latest phase of the project which began in 2003 includes a $1.2 billion oversight system equipped with mapping and surveillance databases.
Precisely, the oversight system and database is integrated into the sea-level space technique to deliver maximum results with tracking aerial seeding which is significant for 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 transforms the New Silk Road Economic Belt from nurturing the environment with sand-tolerant vegetation as a new soil crust forms throughout the region.
Fiscally, the Great Green Wall of China invigorates the SCO as the economic roots of Mongolia reach beyond the budget restraints associated with the US-China trade war. Agriculturally, the SCO is leaping over several trade barriers which remain from the US-China trade war as expansion into Central Asia and Africa stimulates future growth. Openly, the global commodity market is shifting from inflicted pressure in the West as China's influence in Central Asia and Africa shines. Intuitively, recovery efforts in Central Asia from decades of war reflect a surge in military development for clean energy, urban construction and agriculture as desert reforestation projects ignite in the region. Prudently, the Great Green Wall of China includes new initiatives in the Himalayans which promote historical frontiers and military fortresses used in regional battle. Effectively, the landscape in Central Asia is impacted from the various initiatives which shape the Great Green Wall of China.
1st Quarter Highlights
Building the Amur-Tumen-Gobi Network (ATG)
Chiefly, international security is elevated with anti-terror networks, public service networks and intra-government networks which fuel the demand on infrastructure for quantam technology. Globally, China is the epicenter for development of quantum security networks as the SCO expands with Pakistan's membership to encourage strong political ties in Central Asia. Tangibly, building the Amur-Tumen-Gobi Network (ATG) increases the impact on economic development from political ties to special economic zones in various parts of Central Asia. Intuitively, information systems on climate control, desert reforestation and military integration extend opportunities for green energy projects with macro-economic planning. Uniquely, the ATG network is designed to accomodate special economic zones in Central Asia with a vast array of public services which include information security and project expansion for social integration. Momentously, the SCO has a major spotlight on Iran's nuclear energy program as it benefits Pakistan and India. 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 in Central Asia giving the key role in international security from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Hence, stability in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Northern Africa remains a top priority for the SCO. Generously, the SCO has identified the main threats to global stability as being terrorism, separatism and organized extremism which link from war crimes. Effectively, the Regional Anti-terrorism Structure (RATS) is involved with integrating social development on the ATG network which accelerates economic stability. Thoroughly, SCO members have fought to alleviate cross-border drug-related crimes while eliminating terrorist rings and networks. Globally, the ATG network is a vital bridge which impacts market sentiment from US trade embargoes and hostile military forces as the Cross-Border Inter-Bank Payments System (CIPS) expands in the Americas. Prudently, the SCO is moving rapidly to replace SWIFT (a western-based international payment system) for financial institutions which are riddled by US political gridlock.