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The year that begins it all is hardly important. The people on earth in 2020 are changing, adapting. The human world is always growing, climbing to new heights. But they’ve all been taking great leaps, gigantic strides. Before the industrial revolution the global population was nothing. Nothing compared, billions upon billions of humans. The world grew smaller as humans rose. Nations are always at one another, striving to be victorious. The twentieth century proved just how deadly war can be. Weapons have grown even further, always becoming more deadly. Who would of thought the atom bomb was just the start? However with all this new power came more fear. Fear of the end of it all. Some are blind to that, some will see their own ways, and some plain don't care. But the good of humans could see war could lead to their destruction. Sadly nowadays however, nations find ways around total destruction. Before being disbanded, the UN had made great strides in nuclear disarmament.  But the world has grown too complex, too independent to submit to a higher council. Modern nations are a complex mix, but war was still in the picture. Weapons of mass destruction are set aside, nuclear bombs disarmed or hidden. Such a massive wall blocking them gone, the way opened. Diplomacy, trade, war, politics, they are all sides of the same coin. 


 Though there is a slight picture painted, this FRP is by no means locked to the past. Go back and read the actual OOC thread to get an idea of that picture. Things can be changed, and do not always have to follow history. Do what you want with your nation, and see what happens. I'll keep the OOC short, and can expand it if people have good questions or points.
 Most rules are pretty simple but a few to take note of;
> No weapons of mass destruction 
> Option to research technology is pending 
> In United States players must start as a party leader running for president. (Various players can try to seize control of the U.S
> State if you want to help make events and mod! (Or have any thoughts/comments)


You can still apply, applications will never be closed!


Player List

Takethatshot - China

Ormz - U.K
Pawk - Germany
Treemo- Saudi Arabia
Tyro - Russia
MTV - U.S faction
Angel - Ethiopia
jedofhelium - U.S faction
Sneaky - Turkey
Lsuvsfar - Israel

Zanderaw - India 


World Map




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Due to a small starting amount of players I will take the reins of some nations to keep it moving. This does not mean you can't apply for those nations still. I'm not going to get deep into each nation I have to npc, just some broad projects. 




With the collapse of the European Union it seemed so much progress had been reversed. It was once a popular tourist spot, a Union of open borders and currency, and a haven for democracy. That's all dust, gone like a hopeful dream. Now the French Republic find themselves in a new dream. Perhaps one that is sick. Across Europe, most nations are closing off their borders. The Euro rail has been dismantled, too many nations now blocking access. Sad enough, most french politicians were right there with it. Being a radical has revolved back into the spotlight. The opposing party was more conservative (in French terms) and championed by the Prime Minister. Affairs of state were of an upmost urgency. This is resulting in the cabinet being specialized and focused on domestic issues. Unable to put a lid on the radicals, the Republic fortifies it's borders. What would once be thought of that is trenches, pillboxes, strong points. No more. Maintaining to defensive protocol, French engineers begin to work. Missile silos begin construction on the border. Hangars are converted, to house mobile artillery divisions. The air force are refocused as well, and some ground troops garrison key cities. 


Defense layers are focused on rivers, geography to give small advantages. Like an onion it peeled all the way back to Paris. For now work was only in the offices. French armed forces can only wait for the goverment to set in motion. All neighboring nations are assured France is only taking defensive measures, as they focus on their own issues. It's assumed they're doing the same anyway. Foreign affairs are at a minimum. France will ensure her own safety, and react to what others decide to do.




For once, the eyes of the world have gone somewhere else. The United States has dissolved to bickering (though respectfully strong) factions. The Europeans were having their very own terror now. And through it all Iran had weathered the storm. And how the sun seemed to shine after such a long one. Matters are rapidly heating up. In some part thanks to the Iranians themselves. Iraq is still reeling from such a brutal conflict. All along the eastern border with Iran it seemed they were in control after tedious expansion. The local militias had all been wiped or bought out. With assurances form Iran, they form their own goverment. The Eastern Iraq Islamic republic is founded. For now chaired by a warlord turned Governor. Tendrils of advancing Eastern Iraqi units strike west. Fighting will escalate as the self proclaimed state makes their bid for the capital. For now Iran takes no direct intervention and proclaims neutrality. But in private they have been the ones building this potent militia army. Saudi Arabia is warned that if they get involved Iran will have to do the same.


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(I changed leader name and all that I hope that really doesn't affect anything)


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In Ethiopia, with the world changing especially Africa a new leader takes charge to help guide the nation towards a better more prosperous path in this dangerous period. To begin her new leadership in the nation she would begin to work with the government to improve upon Ethiopia’s growing mineral and overall resource industry, enacting and adjusting policies where a Effective management system would be put in place to make sure the income gained from these growing industries would be distributed throughout the nation. More data is also requested in attempting to asses what Ethiopia actually has in terms of resources and materials, further scans are done to see what is really in the ground. Meanwhile Faaria would make it her goal to work with the government in improving overall education, especially trying to give the youth a chance to increase the nation's youth’s education levels, especially trying to provide the parts of education like Science and Math more funding. On the side, training drills would be done all around Ethiopia to gets it military on even terms with some of the other powers in Africa focusing more on infantry and tank warfare along with surface to air training while Diplomatic visits are made to Djibouti, Eritrea and Somalia with the goal to improve relations and in the future attempt to try and integrate Djibouti into Ethiopia(While improving relations try to gain a casus belli). During the Diplomatic visit to Djibouti Faaria would work to gain favors with Djibouti business leaders and party members of the Djibouti government, trying to convince them subtly or not so subtly to move to Ethiopia or simply gain favors for possible future events like a possible integration. Faaria and her party would work to gain further support in the nation itself and among the government(Like industry and education leaders).


Edited by Angel~

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Throughout the recent years china had grown strong as a nation. Ever since Xi Jinping took over Chinas economy began climbing and they never looked back. After passing the United States in 2015 China suddenly had the largest GDP in the world. Dominating much of Asia no one dared lay a hand upon China. However inside the nation tensions brewed. With so much invested into factories and the economy over the last decade china did not take proper care of its people and it began to spiral out of control. Protests on the scale of the 1980s plagued communist China. In a boardroom nestled at the heart of Beijing Asias most powerful men, the Politburo sat and began to discuss what to do about the firestorm about to erupt within their country


"What do we do?" The minister of defense stated "Our police forces cannot quell this for long, sooner or later this is going to erupt and it will do large damage to our nation"

Several men voiced their agreements and others nodded "We could start propaganda broadcasts? Open western television and sites? Another man stated. Xi Jinping waved him off "Nay Comrades, we have spent the past six decades trying to overtake the US economy, now is not the time to pander to it and allow our citizens access. We must find a way within our own country to hush the people"

The room fell silent as men thought.


Suddenly a man who had been previously quiet cleared his throat and spoke 

"General Secretary....we have a plan..."


The General Secretary perked up "Lets hear it"

The man responded "Our people think us evil and condemn our foreign relations, lets show them that WE are not evil, it will also alleviate us of a thorn in the side" The man began to explain his plan.


It was a cold night in Shenyang where 20 of the PLA 10th special activities battalion boarded helicopters given almost two weeks to prepare they were eager and anxious to carry out their mission for the homeland. They had their target, their commanding officer explained to them in the mission briefing an hour prior that the Politburo very much wanted the target alive...


Within the next ten minutes they were airborne. Flying close to the ground to avoid detection by the primitive North Korean radar the pair of helicopters penetrated the airspace of the backwards dictatorship they had called allies for so long. Within the hour they were approaching the target. A certain compound on the outskirts of Pyongyang. The helicopters performed a braking maneuver and gently touched down in the clearing of a small wooded area nearby. The soldiers quickly disembarked and began to swiftly make their way through the bushes and trees suppressors fixed they quietly breached the compound quietly killing the two sentries, and they began the operation to capture one of the worlds most wanted men.

Kim Jung Un




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The Republic of India




Ravi was sixteen when he first decided to leave home. Looking back on it now, it seems like an obvious decision, but the slums of Ludhiana, dirty and cramped as they may have been, were still his home: the site of all of his formative experiences. His father, now passed away, had been a devout Hindu, a member of the lowest caste of untouchables and thoroughly convinced that if he fulfilled his role he would be rewarded in his next reincarnation. Perhaps he had been by now. But Ravi had never been able to stomach the ideas his father lived by: why should he be content to clean sewers his entire life? He could name dozens of people within fifty yards of their shack less clever than he, and yet his father would have him treat most of them as his superiors.  Ravi tried to see things in a more palatable light, but he never could. By the age of 11, he had gone the way of his mother, and become a Muslim.


The slums were a harsh place, but Ravi adapted. While intelligent, he had never been much good in a fight, so from an early age he befriended an older Sikh by the name of Jinder, a strong child with a reputation for being completely merciless during a brawl. Jinder was almost as smart, but his goals were simple and his temperament stubborn. The two developed a symbiosis of sorts: Jinder won the fights, and Ravi kept his temper in check, making sure the fights didn’t happen unless they needed to. To any outsider watching, Jinder was the clear leader, but neither of the boys saw it that way. They navigated their world as partners, unsure of their destinies but determined to face them together. Eventually though, family trouble forced Jinder from his home, and he left Ludhiana for Delhi, where he intended to lie about his age and enlist in the army. In his absence, Ravi had to face the trials of a poverty-stricken neighborhood alone, suffering persecution from both Hindus and Muslims for his mixed heritage, as well as further disdain for the caste he was born into. He understood of course: for any group to exist, it needs a common enemy. But in the time Jinder was gone, he came gradually to hate the way India worked, how its useless divides prevented its people from ever realizing their full potential. Perhaps, he thought, there was a better way.


It would be two years before Ravi saw his friend again. In 1999, war broke out with neighboring Pakistan, over the contested territory of Kashmir, and the army passed through Ludhiana on the way to push out the invaders. Jinder of course came to visit when he got leave, and shocked his old friend: the formerly filthy, malnourished slum rat had been transformed. Looking in awe at the well-groomed, well-fed 18 year old standing before him, Ravi finally saw what he had been looking for: a road out of the hell he lived in. Grinning, he announced his attention to enlist to Jinder, who laughed, and suggested that he was too good to be an enlisted man, and suggested that he try to enroll in one of the military academies.


Not many people in such an environment as Ravi’s would stand a chance of acceptance to an officer’s academy, but Ravi was exceptional. From the moment that Jinder left and for the next two years, he did nothing but study in his free time, picking up whatever books he could get access to in his situation. When his 18th birthday came, he finally applied to the naval academy, and was to his elation accepted. In 2001, he left Ludhiana and went south, knowing in his heart that great things awaited...


November 2017, Arabian Sea

INS Vikramaditya





A warm wind whips across the top of the command tower of the first of India’s two aircraft carriers, forcing Vice Admiral Ravi Sachdeva to put a hand to the brim of his hat to hold it down. It soon dies, and his hands once more clasp behind his back as he watches the five destroyers that accompany his flagship spread into attack formation.


“Admiral, we’ve cut them off. Should we launch bombers?”


“No need. Let’s let them see who they’re fighting first. Maybe they’ll surrender on the spot.”


Ravi laughs heartily. At last, he is fighting a real enemy. The last few years of successes have become almost mundane: the Vice Admiral has rocketed through the ranks through exemplary service against African and Indonesian pirates. They’re difficult to pin down, but at no point did they ever pose a serious threat to any of the forces Ravi commanded. As an ensign, he saved several lives defending a naval base from a jihadist suicide bomber. As a lieutenant, he perfectly carried out two hostage rescue operations from the destroyer he was based on. As a captain commanding his own frigate, he broke the national record as a pirate hunter in a few years of service, becoming the scourge of bandits in the strait of Malacca. As a commodore, he virtually shut down their operations against Indian shipping along the east coast of Africa for months at a time. And just at the beginning of this year, as a rear admiral, he put a permanent end to one of the most notorious pirate lords in Somalia, in a controversial operation involving hundreds of marines and a full fleet of ships. A large area of Mogadishu was leveled in the process, but the target was captured and executed according to plan, and Ravi returned home a hero.


But now another conflict with Pakistan has given him a chance to fight a real enemy, albeit still one weaker than he is. Commanding half the Indian war fleet, his ordered objective is to blockade the Pakistani coast. Ravi found those orders not ambitious enough, and instead set out to destroy as much of the enemy fleet as he could. And so his five frigates were sent ahead, where they harassed the Pakistani coastline near Karachi, drawing the ire of the nearby 10 frigate enemy force. By now, the commodore in charge of that detachment, an older man named Himmat Sodhi, has expertly lured the enemy as far out to sea as possible, and Ravi has closed on the Pakistani line of retreat, leaving port at full speed the moment it became clear that the trap could be successfully sprung. The enemy, seeing now that they’re caught, are desperately running home.


Ravi’s eyes narrow as the enemy fleet comes into view on the horizon. “Idiots,” he mutters, shaking his head, then turns to his second. “Signal the destroyers to fire. And start a rotation of attack aircraft. I want three bombers in the air at all times attacking that fleet.”


Within moments the roar of missiles and the boom of cannon from the ships around him drowns out any other noise, and the horizon is lit up with columns of water where shells land, and the occasional explosion when a ship is hit. The frigates fire back, but their firepower simply isn’t comparable at this range with aircraft in the skies, and it’s clear that they’ll take heavy losses long before they can hit back with any real force.


Anticipating an attempt from the Pakistani air force to save their fleet, Ravi orders all fighter aircraft to launch, and form a screen to delay any attack. When he rejoins his own frigates, there will be more in the way of anti-air defense, but the next half hour or so is critical.


The Indian fleet stops short of the Pakistani line of retreat, opting to try to cause as much damage as possible to the enemy as they run rather than force them into a fight to the death. The Pakistanis are in bad shape as they pass by, with Indian frigates hard on their tail. Ravi offers his congratulations to commodore Sodhi, and the combined fleet turns to chase the damaged enemy fleet, now limping and missing half its ships, back to Karachi.


Ravi smiles. It is turning into a very good year.




The Indo-Pakistani war of 2017 was mostly a limited conflict: another border dispute over certain regions of Kashmir. The actions of Vice Admiral Sachdeva, however, escalated it to an entirely new level. After a crippling defeat in the Arabian sea, the Pakistani navy was forced back to Karachi, where after it became apparent that the Indian admiral was still pursuing, the undamaged ships were forced to flee west down the coast or be destroyed, leaving the Islamic nation with only 3 of its original 10 frigates. But the victor was not one to slow down when he sensed weakness, and with the support of the Indian air force, Ravi landed marines in Karachi, occupying the port and much of the city. The sight of an Indian flag waving over such an important city simultaneously inspired fury in the Pakistani people and war fervor in the Indian. Reserves were mobilized. Vast battles between armored units took place along the border. For political reasons the Indian army had no choice but to send forces to fully occupy Karachi, to defend it against Pakistani counterattacks. The stage was set for a vast conflagration which could, in much of the military’s eyes, only end in total victory for India.


But none of this had been the aim of either government, and international pressure was strongly against total war. And so, by April of 2018 a peace agreement had been signed which returned the countries to the status quo. Ravi Sachdeva, by then promoted to a full admiral and famous as a war hero, is said to have said nothing when he heard the news, only made a guttural sound of disappointment and disgust. Two months later, he resigned his commission and entered politics, vowing to correct this injustice.


The Nationalist Congress Party, or NCP, was the group that received his talents. At the start of 2018 it was a minor footnote in India’s political system, but Ravi would mold it into a juggernaut to fully transform the country. His message was one of unity among Indians -- a shift away from the deep divides that turn native Indians against each other, from religious and caste-based rivalry to racial rivalry. The other countries of the world, Ravi would often say, were as much responsible for the loss of captured territory in Pakistan as were their own politicians. An Indo-Pakistani war is a war between Indians, he would say. What right does a man have in America, where their history goes back less than three centuries, to criticize an ancient civilization that has existed nearly as long as civilization itself has existed? Ravi painted Europeans and meddling busybodies, and East Asians, especially the accursed Chinese, as a horde of faceless drones bent on world domination.


The rhetoric worked. Ravi almost immediately usurped control of the NCP, and the party’s influence spread like wildfire. Among devout Hindus he had problems due to his low caste, but his Islamic faith helped to cancel out enmity among Muslims earned by his rhetoric against Pakistan. In deference to them, he always referred to “unification” with Pakistan rather than subjugation, a natural arrangement for racial brothers, in his eyes. The rest of the country could not help but respect his military achievement, and soon much of it was firmly under his spell, as he promised that his party would be dedicated to making India as a whole stronger.


By mid 2019, the NCP under his leadership had overthrown the BJP in all but the most strongly Hindu districts, while simultaneously absorbing much of the Muslim voter base. As a result, despite being detested by the established parties, they were able to form a majority government and Ravi was made prime minister, at the age of 35. An immediate program of social reforms was announced, and taxes were raised on the most wealthy corporations and individuals in India, with the promise that the money would be used to strengthen the entire country in ways that would benefit all citizens, rich and poor. At the same time, Ravi chose to cut the military budget despite his nationalist positions, calling the army a “bloated tax sink,” which needed to rely more on quality and less on sheer numerical superiority. A recommendation was sent to the President, a member of the opposition, that he reduce India’s number of active servicemen to 800,000 from 1,300,000, while retiring old equipment. Reluctantly, the president agreed, but his party, the BJP, raised hell about it hoping to regain power soon.


The extra money in India’s budget was hugely significant, and it was immediately put to use further investing in the country’s development. Increasing the food supply and the manufacturing output of the country were Ravi’s first priorities, and he began reforming agriculture with grants to the largest producers to buy the technology used in the developed world to great effect. Restrictions on genetically modified crops were lowered, and the effects of industrialized food production are today forecast to create a food surplus in the coming decade which should lead to lower prices and less poverty in the coming decade. At the same time, the prime minister hoped to do away with the slums in which he grew up faster by putting as many people as possible to work for the country in useful fields. Large subsidies were immediately announced for manufacturing ventures, especially in steel and other industries which could later be repurposed for military use. Finally, a robust government scholarship program was created, to bring the most intelligent Indian citizens to their full potential regardless of their background.


All of these reforms had their detractors, but for the most part faith is still in Ravi to succeed, and the objections of the BJP have mostly backfired, being seen  as political maneuvering. The year is now 2020, and in Prime Minister Ravi Sachdeva’s own words, India will become a first rate power or face subjugation. The time ahead may prove hard, but it is necessary for the transformation of the nation.


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The election of 2017 proved an incredibly interesting one in Germany as analysts the world over took a hard look at the last liberal power in Europe, many hoping that the left's grip on the country would hold. Unfortunately, this would not be the case as the seeds of cracks in Merkel's administration first exposed by her renouncing of her acceptance of Syrian migrants quickly grew into public outrage with millions of Germans looking to a strong leader on the right. In a play for power, Frank Franz, the leader of the extremely controversial NDP shifted his allegiances to the AFD which was surging in popularity, and quickly wrestled control of the party through his charm and political expertise. As the election of 2017 rolled about, AfD offered the young man the opportunity to run for Chancellor which he graciously accepted. 

The campaign of 2017 was especially brutal with no candidate winning a clear majority of the race.In fact, no candidate recieved more than 40% of the vote. The CDU dropped sharply, receiving only 24.1% of the vote with the SPD winning 32.3% of the vote. In a shocking turn of events, the AfD candidate received an astounding 38.5% of the votes with the remaining votes distributed among the Green Party, Left, and FDP. Frank Franz was the Chancellor of Germany, a man who man considered to be seriously dangerous and far too extreme to be the leader of the German Federation. 




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(OOC im sorry for how my post looks but I could only write on my phone so…)


Great Britain and the North Western Treaty.


The Primeminister would gaze out over the New Birmingham Airbase. From the ashes after the bombings during the Two Isle war had a new military base risen. It was larger than any Britrish military base in the world. A pride of the Great Britain.

A beacon of hope for her allies in the North Western Treaty.

A envy and threat to all who deared oppose the mighty Britain and the Four Nation Alliance, the NWT.


As Great Britain had decided to leave the EU in 2016 the mightmighty union of Scotland, Wales, England and northern Ireland had begun to crumble.

In early 2017 tensions between the four united kingdoms and mostl prominently Scotland and England began to grow.

A year later the Two isle war was a fact. The bloody conflict ripped through the once so proud Brittish Isles and brought death to its people. In the end England stood victorious.

Glasgow lay in ruins and the scottish rebells had been almost extinct. The English now controlled all of the two Brittish Isles.


As the rest of Europe too began isolating themselves and closing their borders, the energy sources in Europw became fewer and fewer. They could no longer relie on German Coal. They had to find other ways. They began discussions with Norway, Iceland and sweden and within a year the North western Treaty, the NWT had been signed. All included countries were henceforth, although still independant, required to support each other. Both Economicly and Militarily.


The Countrues of the NWT are now looking towards a brighet future, secured by their close allies of North korea keeping one eye on China constantly supervising them so they may never gain full asian controll.


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Turkish Republic


President Erdogan looked towards the t.v. screen and new reels of the current conflict in Iraq had been replaying over and over again, the Middle East had fallen into conflict again. He shook his head. He knew what was soon to follow. A video message is sent to the Iraqi Warlord, it is Erdogan the statement is clear “Cease and Desist or hell will rain upon you.”


The country was going to prepare for the worst to come, Turkish engineers start constructing defensive strong points on the border to the Iran, Iraq and Syria. The border would be now be a heavily armed and secured. Some civilian airports are converted over to military airfields, and military bases are constructed with mobile artillery and tank divisions placed in nearby converted hangers and car depots to be ready at anytime. A plan begins to be drawn up for the time being, on how to handle the Iraqi situation. The air force beings to put its pilots through fighting simulations and the military starts to prep it’s troops for intervention.


Back on the domestic side of things, many people look to Erdogan looks for economic growth and prosperity to help escape the harsh times to come. A plan is set into action, several policies are taken to help stimulate innovation. Tax on the middle class and lower class is reduced, while small business will receive tax breaks. Any big business looking to outsource their jobs will receive a heavy tax and those that look to keep their jobs in Turkey will get tax breaks as well. This is to encourage that jobs goes to the Turkish first.


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For too long, Israel has the the enemy of the rest of the Middle East. Constantly for the first few decades of their existence, they had fallen under attack from their neighbors. However, time were different and no major wars had happened in a good while, but there was good reason for Israel to fear another war on the horizon. For years after the wars had ended, the likes of the Iranian puppets, Hamas and Hezbollah, had cost the lives of Israeli and Palestinian civilians alike. Constantly, Israel had been the cause of controversy in the international community as it was stuck between killing the terrorists and some innocent civilians in order to save their own citizens or letting them blast the country to pieces. For Israelis, there was clearly a better option between the two. However, unarguably Israel’s biggest asset in those times was the United States. However, with the US a shadow of its former self and with Europe in shambles, Israel once again found itself surrounded by countries which may choose to attack them at any point. As President Rivlin paced about his home, he thought all of these things. They were definitely in a tight situation, in a balancing act between nations. However, there were friendlier nations they could look to in the meantime.


The plan was simply and it was clear: Israel would need a network of allies. Not necessarily friends, but definitely allies. It was obvious where to look first. Egypt and Jordan would be vital to Israel if they accepted the proposed nonaggression pacts, ensuring Israel would only have to focus on Palestine, Gaza, the Sea, and the North. Furthermore, relations would be opened to India, Ethiopia, Burma, and Greece all being allies of Israel at some point. Then, Israel looked to Turkey in hopes of reaching some kind of diplomatic deal such as a NAP. Finally, Israel would reach out to the Kurds, Nepal, Philippines, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Tuvalu, and Panama to achieve trade and possible militarily defensive relations.


With Israel’s foreign relations being left to the wind, Israel would then turn to its economy. Israel’s economy was hurt when the US destabilized, but Israel has since stabilized its economy. It will largely be focusing on the production, treatment, and shipment of freshwater to nearby countries as a major potential source of income for nearby struggling countries. Israel will also obviously look to providing other nations with natural gas and energy from solar power as a driving force in their economy.


Israel is offering a NAP(non aggression pacts) Turkey, along with possible defensive alliances to Ethiopia and India.


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The German Federation

With the people clamoring for an economic stimulus, Chancellor Franz would give the people exactly what it was they wanted. In the regions surrounding Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich massive infrastructure projects were commissioned. The first priority was to upgrade the autobahns  into smart roads; roadways that provided up-to-date amenities to its drivers. In the countryside, Franz continued the CDU's push for renewable energy with several wind and solar fields being commissioned.

Militarily, the German Federation instituted a 3 year re-armament plan. The military of the German Federation had long decayed, growing complacent as they allowed the Americans to protect them for decades. The first priority was the tanks - Kraus-Maffei was awarded a defense contract to construct a successor to the Leopard 2 series of tanks, a Leopard 3.



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