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  1. Hashimiyyia's 30-Year Leap: Unveiling a Transformative Roadmap for Economic Power, Military Strength, and Technological Brilliance Dated: 24th April In a resounding declaration of commitment to progress and prosperity, the Hashimiyyia Sharifian Republic, recognized also as the Federal Republic of Hashimiyyia or The Sharifian Republic, proudly presents its transformative initiative, the "30-Year Roadmap." This visionary project is poised to usher in an era of cutting-edge technology, economic resilience, infrastructure excellence, diplomatic prowess, military advancement, and overall national prosperity. The 30-Year Roadmap unfolds in three meticulously planned phases, each strategically designed to address specific aspects of national development. Rigorous monitoring, evaluation, and adaptation will ensure the project's successful execution. I. Economic Renaissance: Phase 1: Foundation Building (Years 1-8) Implementation of robust economic policies focused on stability and growth. Incentivizing innovation through targeted investment in research and development. Establishment of Special Economic Zones to attract foreign investment and bolster domestic industries. Phase 2: Diversification and Expansion (Years 9-18) Introducing initiatives to diversify the economy and reduce dependence on traditional sectors. Scaling up investments in emerging industries such as technology, renewable energy, and biotechnology. Strengthening regulatory frameworks to create a business-friendly environment. Phase 3: Global Economic Leadership (Years 19-30) Establishing the Hashemites Sharifian Republic as a global economic leader. Fostering international collaborations and trade partnerships. Continual adaptation to emerging economic trends to maintain a competitive edge. The City of Odyra - an illustration part of contemporary development II. Infrastructure Revolution: Phase 1: Immediate Improvements (Years 1-10) Initiating an extensive modernization drive for transportation networks. Launching projects to enhance connectivity, including roads, railways, and airports. Commencing the development of smart cities as hubs of technological innovation. Phase 2: Sustainable Development (Years 11-20) Implementing eco-friendly infrastructure projects to promote environmental sustainability. Advancing the integration of renewable energy sources into the national energy grid. Expanding smart city initiatives, with a focus on efficient urban planning. Phase 3: Technological Integration (Years 21-30) Achieving seamless integration of cutting-edge technologies into national infrastructure. Establishing a nationwide network of smart infrastructure, including smart grids and transportation systems. Positioning the Hashemites Sharifian Republic as a global leader in sustainable and tech-driven infrastructure. III. Diplomatic Outreach: Phase 1: Strengthening Regional Ties (Years 1-9) Consolidating diplomatic relations with neighboring nations. Participating actively in regional forums and collaborative initiatives. Promoting regional stability through diplomatic engagement. Phase 2: Global Partnerships (Years 10-20) Expanding diplomatic missions worldwide to foster global collaboration. Engaging in international initiatives for peace, security, and sustainable development. Establishing the Hashemites Sharifian Republic as a key player on the global diplomatic stage. Phase 3: Sustained Global Impact (Years 21-30) Strengthening the nation's influence in international organizations. Leading efforts on global issues, such as climate change, human rights, and economic development. Forging enduring partnerships that contribute to global peace and prosperity. Ministry of Foreign Affairs IV. Military Advancement: Phase 1: Modernization Kickstart (Years 1-8) Launching a comprehensive military modernization program. Equipping defense forces with cutting-edge technology and weaponry. Prioritizing research and development to enhance national defense capabilities. Phase 2: Defense Readiness (Years 9-18) Continual upgrades to maintain technological superiority. Strengthening cybersecurity measures to protect national security. Active participation in joint military exercises to enhance interoperability. Phase 3: Global Security Contribution (Years 19-30) Expanding participation in international peacekeeping missions. Providing leadership in regional and global security initiatives. Collaborating on research and development with allied nations for shared security goals. V. Technological Innovation: Phase 1: Research and Development Acceleration (Years 1-10) Promoting a culture of innovation through targeted investments in R&D. Establishing technology parks and innovation hubs to foster collaboration. Encouraging partnerships between academia, industry, and startups. Phase 2: Emerging Technologies Integration (Years 11-20) Focusing on artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and nanotechnology. Implementing policies to facilitate the adoption of emerging technologies. Providing incentives for businesses to invest in tech-driven solutions. Phase 3: Digital Transformation (Years 21-30) Full-scale implementation of digitalization initiatives in public services. Ensuring digital literacy for citizens through educational programs. Establishing the Hashemites Sharifian Republic as a global hub for technological innovation. At the conference, President Hashim Ibn La-Ahaq spoke to the nation: My fellow citizens, today marks a monumental moment in the history of our great nation as we unveil our '30-Year Roadmap.' This comprehensive initiative is not just a plan; it is a commitment to shaping a future where the Hashimiyyia Sharifian Republic stands tall among global leaders, a beacon of progress, innovation, and prosperity. This roadmap is a testament to our collective vision, a vision that envisions our nation not only overcoming the challenges of today but emerging stronger and more resilient. It is a commitment to transparency, accountability, and inclusivity. Together, let us embark on this transformative journey. With unity, determination, and innovation, we will realize a future where the Hashimiyyia Sharifian Republic is synonymous with progress, prosperity, and unwavering success. May this roadmap guide us towards a future where every citizen is a stakeholder in our collective achievement." National Collaboration and Stakeholder Engagement: Acknowledging that true progress is a collective effort, the Hashimiyyia Sharifian Republic invites collaboration from government entities, the private sector, academia, and the public at large. A series of national forums, workshops, and consultations will be conducted to gather diverse perspectives and ensure the inclusivity of the roadmap. A Pivotal Moment in History: The unveiling of the 30-Year Roadmap marks a watershed moment for the Hashimiyyia Sharifian Republic, symbolizing a commitment to shaping a prosperous and influential future. The nation aspires not only to meet the challenges of the present but to surpass them, emerging as a global leader in innovation, economic resilience, and diplomatic excellence.
  2. Revolutionizing Defense: Sharifian Republic Passes Historic Military Reform Act Dated: 1423 In a momentous occasion for the Sharifian Republic, the "Military Structural Reform 1423 Act" has been overwhelmingly passed by both the Senate and the House of Deputies. This landmark legislation ushers in sweeping changes to the organization and command structure of the Armed Forces of the Sharifian Republic (AFSR), marking a significant departure from the previous "Arms Independent Act." Under the visionary leadership of the Ministry of Defense (MOD) and with the resounding support of military experts, this reform is poised to usher in a new era of efficiency, clarity, and effectiveness within the AFSR. Background: A Need for Reform The preceding "Arms Independent Act" introduced several noteworthy changes, including the separation of the Organization of Sharifian Intelligence Networks (OSIN) from the official armed forces branches and its placement directly under the MOD. Additionally, this act saw the dissolution of the Hashemites National Auxiliary Corps (HNAC), replaced by the Hashemite Strategic Missile Command (HSMC) and the Hashemite Defense and Security Force (HDSF). While these changes were undoubtedly significant, they also introduced challenges in terms of command structure and jurisdiction, particularly within the HDSF, encompassing diverse units such as the National Guard, Coast Guard, Space Force, and Military Police. The New Order: Military Structural Reform 2092 Act Under the visionary and strategic guidance of the MOD, the Military Structural Reform 1423 Act introduces a comprehensive set of changes aimed at modernizing and streamlining the AFSR. The previous structure of six branches will evolve into a more coherent and efficient arrangement, reflecting the evolving needs of the Sharifian Republic and the international security landscape. Pictured: Airborne Troops from 11th Airborne "Baaz" performing a HAHO insertion Key Changes under the Act: Streamlined Command Structure: The Hashemite Defense and Security Force (HDSF) will be dissolved, and its various commands will be restructured and placed under different branches to ensure clarity of command and jurisdiction. The National Guard will fall under the Hashemite Sharifian Army (HSA), the Coast Guard under the Hashemite Sharifian Navy (HSN), and the Air Guard and Space Force under the newly renamed Hashemite Sharifian Aerospace Forces (HSAF). Transformation of Air Force: The Hashemite Sharifian Air Force (HSAF) will undergo a significant transformation, becoming the Hashemite Sharifian Aerospace Forces (HSAF) with the inclusion of the Space Force previously under HDSF. New Branches: Two new branches will be established to enhance the AFSR's capabilities: Hashemite Sharifian Marine Corps (HSMC): A dedicated branch to bolster maritime operations and defense. In addition to Marines and Marine Special Forces, the Jungle Warfare Divisions will also be transferred under HSMC Command. Hashemite Airborne Forces (HAF): A specialized force designed for rapid deployment and airborne operations. Airborne Divisions, Air Assault Divisions, and Ranger Divisions will be transferred to HAF command. Strategic Missile Command (SMC): The Hashemite Strategic Missile Command (HSMC) will be renamed Strategic Missile Command (SMC), reflecting its broader role in the nation's strategic defense Repositioning of ISDA: The Integrated Strategic Defense Agency (ISDA), like OSIN, will be shifted under the MOD as an Independent Inter-Service Agency, ensuring seamless coordination across various defense functions. Pictured: Sharifian Marines from 30th Marines "Behrooz" Conclusion The passing of the "Military Structural Reform 1423 Act" is a historic moment for the Sharifian Republic. It underscores our commitment to adapt and modernize our armed forces to meet the challenges of the 15th century. These reforms are a testament to the visionary leadership of the MOD and the dedication of our military experts, who have carefully crafted a structure that is agile, efficient, and capable of safeguarding our nation's interests. As these changes are implemented, the Sharifian Republic looks ahead with confidence, knowing that our armed forces are better prepared than ever to defend our sovereignty and contribute to regional and global stability.
  3. I, Hashemites, swear that I have, to the best of my knowledge, been completely truthful in applying for citizenship in The West Pacific and that I have no other NationStates identity that has not been made known in this application. I swear my allegiance to The West Pacific and its citizens, and I swear not to engage in hostilities against The West Pacific or to violate The Manners of Governance, or any laws made pursuant to it.
  4. Resident nation: Hashemites Discord name: GhostReacher Map nation name: Hashemite Republic A couple sentences about your nation: (original content, not NationStates stats) The Federal Republic of Hashemites (AKA Hashemites Sharifian Republic) is a the result of years long collaboration, wars and effort between the Hashemite Kingdom and Sharifian Republic, once a divided place of economic instability and internal strife, it has now become a united region under democratic beliefs and ideals. Now the nation finds itself on it's path to improvement Map request as an image or plot number: (forum embed or Imgur link) 3-Letter Code: HSR 2-Letter Code: HS Capital City: Khana Raigan Government Type: Federal Republic with Parliamentary System The population of my nation is: Average The population density of my nation is: Average The GDP per capita of my nation is: Above average Government Spending - Which statement best describes your nation? My nation provides moderate social programs, or a small selection of social programs. x My nation has an extensive social safety net, or provides multiple programs like universal healthcare, welfare, and free tuition for its citizens My nation does not provide social programs beyond bare necessities and/or high school educations. My nation does not prioritize social spending, but engages in some large-scale government or public spending projects. My nation’s government spending is a vast majority of our GDP, such as having to coordinate our import-dependent economy. (this option is subject to Cartography Board approval) Military Indicator - Which statement best describes your nation? x My nation has made a commitment to security, and maintains a moderately sized modern armed forces within our means. My nation has little incentive or political drive for military spending, but maintains a small-to-moderate modern armed forces. My nation has prioritized military spending at the expense of other key areas and may have been criticized for lack of freedom or human rights issues. My nation does not prioritize military spending due to other priorities, the belief we are safe, or we don’t have enough money left over to fund it. My nation is heavily embattled and we believe we face an existential threat. (this option is subject to Cartography Board approval) Any other inspirations or concepts you want to share:
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