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    United We Stand - European Union AAR



    United We Stand
    European Union AAR


    With regards to the abrupt end to my previous AAR, I found that I could not continue down the morally checkered plot I had planned out for it. This one I hope, will let me write it out.

    I intend this to be the first AAR that I will actually complete by no later than august - and the last one which I will do.

    Expect previous characters from I, Alexei, and Flight of the Eagle to make some - if only brief - appearances.

    Without further ado ...


    Table of Contents ~




    - State of the World - First Broadcast - May 16 2003
    - General Strategic Review - South America - May 16 2003
    - General Strategic Review - The Orient - May 17 2003
    - Historical Overview - The Summer War - 1991 - 1993
    - General Strategic Review - Indian Sub-Continent and the Middle East - May 18 2003
    - General Strategic Review - Europe and North America - May 24 2003
    - State of the World - Summer Review - September 3 2003
    - General Strategic Review - Africa - September 8 2003
    - Review of the Armed Forces For the Cabinet - September 10 2003



    - State of the World - September 11 2003
    - Christopher Liberius - Destruction of Station Khrushchev - September 11 2003
    - State of the World - October 3 2003
    - Dmitri Taylor - Viktoria Ivanova, Operation 10503 and the Evening News
    - State of the World - Fall of Montenegro - October 17 2003
    - State of the World - Crisis Report on European Senate Session - October 17 2003
    - President Horst Kohler - Meeting with Senators and Chancellor on the Fall of Montenegro - October 18 2003
    - Lieutenant General Hans Jaeger - Changing Command in Operation Blue Horn - October 20 2003
    - State of the World - Announcement by the President on an Intervention to free Montenegro - October 26 2003
    - State of the World - 1st Airborne Brigade lands in Bar - Loss of SPS Galerna - November 8 2003
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Operation Asphalt Minor - November 11 2003
    - State of the World - Seizing Novi Pazar - Dresden Meeting - November 11 2003
    - President Horst Kohler - The Dresden Accords - November 24 2003



    - Lieutenant General Jaeger - Operation Asphalt Major - Renewed Advance - The Dresden Accords Signing - November 25 2003
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Operation Asphalt Major - Battle of Beograd - Campaign Recap - December 6 2003
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Operation Asphalt Major - Battle of Beograd - Republic Square - December 6 2003
    - Dmitri Taylor - Extraction from Beograde / Colonel Adam Templer - After the Battle / President Horst Kohler - The Federation of Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo - December 8 2003
    - State of the World - Liberation Commando Force - Occupation of Serbia - Libya renounces Terror and Nukes - January 4 2003
    - State of the World - Presidential Candidates - February 2 2004
    - Vasanta de Lyons - Presidential Parade - March 3 2004
    - Adam Templer - Leave for a Parade - March 11 2004
    - Christopher Liberius - Of Accountants and Russians - March 11 2004
    - Adam Templer - The Trigger - March 11 2004
    - Joseph Harkness / Dmitri Taylor - In Morocco, Where the Sun is Always Shining - March 11 2004
    - State of the World - March 17 2004
    - Exact Terms of the East Asian Community Founding - Treaty of Seoul - March 19 2004
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Operation Orange Pasture - March 25 2004
    - Delay in Updates Announcement
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Operation Orange Pasture - March 28 2004
    - President Vasanta de Lyons - Presidential Meeting on the Growing Aegean Crisis - April 8 2004
    - Christopher Liberius - Looking like the 30's - April 12 2004
    - Two Part Update - Resignation, Invasion, Insurrection - April 19 2004
    - Christopher Liberius - A Coven of Traitors - April 23 2004




    New Characters ~


    European Union

    'Nouvelles d'Union Fédérales'

    - Reynold de Burgundy - News Anchor for 'Nouvelles d'Union Fédérales'

    European Union Land Forces
    - Lieutenant General Hans Jaeger - Commander of the First Air Assault Division (EX-German Land Forces)
    - Colonel Vasqeuz - Assistant to Lieutenant General Hans Jaeger (EX-Spanish Ground Army)
    - Colonel Adam Templer - Member of 2nd Air Assault Brigade (EX-French Army)

    European Senate
    - Former President of the European Union, Horst Kohler (European Conservative League)
    - Former Chancellor of the European Union, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero (European Socialist Party)
    - Senator Andcus Kahlke - Representing Hamburg in the European Senate (European Progressive Party)
    - Senator David Santiago - Representing Madrid in the European Senate (European League for Action)

    _________________________________________________


    Russian Federation

    Russian Foreign Intelligence Service

    - Dmitri Taylor - Foreign Intelligence Service Operative (EX-FSB, EX-Russian National Army, EX-Soviet Ground Fo
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    Nouvelles d'Union Fédérales
    Broadcasting from Paris, District of France, European Union



    "Bonjour et - welcome to Federal Union News. It is 9:01 on May the 16 of 2003, and after a few troubled weeks, it seems that the American Stock Exchange has continued its recovery, and the Euro is once again on the climb. Economic analysts are not sure what to expect from the immediate future, but Minister of Production and the Economy, Peter Struck offered his assurances that the European Union will continue to grow economically. He also provided a brief update on the Iberian Transportation Project which garnered the European Federal Party many votes across the Iberian Peninsula in last years elections."


    "Construction efforts across Spain and Portugal are going according to plan, and by years end we will have completed the first half of the promised Iberian Transportation Network. This is going to be accomplished exactly as we promised, and exactly as everyone said couldn't be done. At a high quality, before the deadline the Senate thought was 'reasonable', and by licensed workers. If this includes having the so called 'State Employee's' coming in to help in construction, then that's what we'll do. A big part of this is to get people back to work, to get people to stop living off the benefits provided by tax payers, and the state, that the previous administration had installed. If people want those benefits, then they'll have to earn them. We will also be reviewing new plans put forward recently to extend the Euro-Star Train Network south towards Barcelona, Madrid, Gibraltar, and Lisbon." - Peter Struck
    "On the front of Defence, the Chief of the Army, Navy and Air Force have been called upon by both President Horst Kholer and Chancellor Jose Zapatero to provide a more lengthy report on the restructuring efforts within the Euro-Corps. So far, little information has emerged to the public but it has apparently delayed the maiden voyage of the EUS Europa, the Super Carrier designed by a team of French, Spanish, and German engineers in the late 90s, to the point where it is unsure when the event will be rescheduled to."


    A Franco-German Brigade at a recent reception for President of the United States, George W. Bush on March 23.


    "It is known however that all Military Units have submitted reviews of logistics, combat readiness, personnel and other factors that will apparently be influencing the restructuring. President Kholer however assured the nation that despite these reviews and the coming changes, that the European Union will continue to be fully protected by her Armed Forces. This has also lead to general review of Defence Spending according to government sources, who say that the administration is keen to cut back on projects that have not yielded viable results, or that have been neglected in recent years."

    "In International News, protests continued in Stockholm and Warsaw over the Russian 'Proclamation of Unity' issued by President Vladimir Putin several days ago. While the contents of the announcement have been highly controversial, it seems that Russia has turned a blind eye to the criticism - specifically from countries such as Poland, the United States, and the Nordic Union who called it a revival of Russian Imperialism. President Putin rejected such criticism as 'slander and lies'."


    President Vladimir Putin discussed his announcement briefly with several Russian News organizations on Friday.


    "The announcement that Russia was ending debate over the independence of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Finland and that Russia reserved the right to intervene in any nation formerly incorporated in the USSR was welcomed however by Brazil, and China who have been Russia's primary allies since the end of the Cold War. Only Iran however was silent, offering no comment on the announcement, likely wary of any attempts to intervene in the Caucasus."

    "In Southern Europe, surprises erupted and questions linger as Albania has broken off diplomatic relations with Turkey, ending the main alliance to counter Italian-Greek efforts to expand territory across the Mediterranean and "secure a bulwark against foreign aggression" in the words of Italy's Prime Minister. No word yet from the President, Chancellor, or Foreign Minister Javier Solana for comment."


    A photo of Nestor Kirchner from his visit to Brazil several weeks ago.


    "And in South America last night, Nestor Kirchner was left in a state of confusion in the Argentinean assembly when parties that had backed him during the Campaign against the incumbent candidate, went on the offensive. They questioned his parties commitment to the South American Defence Coalition, his economic policies, and even attacked his recent visit to Brazil as a grave show of weakness in the face of continued Brazilian aggression."

    "My name is Reynold de Burgundy, and that's the state of the world. Weather and Sports, after the break."


    Map of the World on May 16 2003.
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    A US that doesn't intervine in Iraq or Afganistan will be a much stronger US it seems. Looking forward to seeing how this pans out.
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    Why are Italy, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, UK, Ireland and Greece not a part of the EU? And why didnt NATO stop Russia? Anyway looking forward to the further developments.

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    Interesting set of things you have here. Looking forward to further events

    PS: (I'm Argentine and I can't help it), What's the deal with Kirchner? In OTL he he was elected on April and got into office on May 25th '03. The elections should've been on October '03 but they were accelerated... Anyway, if you wanna put someone more fitting to your purposes, I'll happily provide suggestions, if you want.
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    Looks interesting! EU is missing some vital countries though? + many more joining in 2004.

    Im going to follow this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midge View Post
    A US that doesn't intervine in Iraq or Afganistan will be a much strong US it seems. Looking forward to seeing how this pans out.
    Indeed, but how powerful is everyone else should be a more pressing question. Thanks for the watch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ton de Vid View Post
    Why are Italy, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, UK, Ireland and Greece not a part of the EU? And why didnt NATO stop Russia? Anyway looking forward to the further developments.
    All will be explained in due time. Expect a world overview as soon as I have the time to put it together. Thanks for the watch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Santiago View Post
    Interesting set of things you have here. Looking forward to further events

    PS: (I'm Argentine and I can't help it), What's the deal with Kirchner? In OTL he he was elected on April and got into office on May 25th '03. The elections should've been on October 03 but they were accelerated... Anyway, if you wanna put someone more fitting to your purposes, I'll happily provide suggestions, if you want.
    Thanks for the watch!

    PS: Kirchner was put in office in late April or March by the MDS events, it just so happens that I only got a chance to mention it on the 16 May for the first update. As Argentina will have an undisclosed role in this, I would definitely appreciate any help you could offer with regards to the parties and leaders and (given this timeline) what they might try to do. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sethanon View Post
    Looks interesting! EU is missing some vital countries though? + many more joining in 2004.

    Im going to follow this!
    It is missing some. Interesting story there. Hear more later. Thanks for the watch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TemplarComander View Post
    PS: Kirchner was put in office in late April or March by the MDS events, it just so happens that I only got a chance to mention it on the 16 May for the first update. As Argentina will have an undisclosed role in this, I would definitely appreciate any help you could offer with regards to the parties and leaders and (given this timeline) what they might try to do. Thanks!
    Please, I'm glad to be of service. If you want, I'll PM you a brief report on local politics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Santiago View Post
    Please, I'm glad to be of service. If you want, I'll PM you a brief report on local politics.
    I would really appreciate that. Thank you.

    Might get an update out later today.
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    General Strategic Review
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    Map of South America - Intelligence Placement of Divisions Accurate as of 03/05/10.


    "Again, we have to look at South America. The President has pushed our obligations in Guyana and he has just recently worked out a defence agreement with Suriname, bringing them into our protective fold - as he so loving described to the press. In all reality General, it's an empty promise. We have a small force of Special Operations Infantry that is mostly there to make cross-border strikes against Brazilian targets in the event of a military buildup and to help local law enforcement in the event of civil unrest." Colonel Emilio Vasquez said to Jaeger, pointing out spots on the wall periodically. He paused briefly as he finished, either looking for approval or waiting for a reaction Hans wasn't sure.

    "What are the capabilities of local law enforcement?" he asked, looking to and fro at the Brazilian divisions surrounding Suriname and European Guyana.

    "In terms of keeping the peace, they do well enough considering that the Senate doesn't like to review their spending requests. In the face of the Brazilian or Venezuelan armies however, they might as well be civilians." The Colonel said, growing more grave as he finished.

    Hans thought about it for a moment but decided against speaking up. "Continue, Colonel." he said.



    "Yes Sir. From our own territories, we have to look at the immediate threats. The biggest that anyone can find, is Brazil and its Amazonian League. What originally started out as a counter to the Southern Alliance of Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia has instead become the dominant power in the region, arguably in the Southern Hemisphere. With massive investment and support from countries like China and Russia, Brazil has managed to build up its industrial base and is currently home to one of the largest naval forces in the world."

    "After it's success in the War of the Amazon(1), and the annexation of Bolivia and Paraguay, Brazil has found new allies in Cuba and Venezuela, becoming an even bigger thorn in the side of the United States. They have so far limited their involvement to holding the peace talks and pushing for the Treaty of Miami(2) but no one expects that to last if another war breaks out. Six months ago, Ecuador signed a treaty of 'mutual defence, trust and friendship' -" the Colonel emphasized with a finger quote. "joining the Amazonian League."



    "And for the South American Defence Coalition, that is nothing but bad news. From what we know, their whole plan revolved around throwing their entire force at the Brazilian lines. Columbia was already recognized as being hard pressed by the other states, less so by Argentina, for having to contend with Venezuela as well, and now, it appears that Columbian and Peruvian troops will be divided between the Brazilian Army and the Armies of Ecuador."

    The Colonel paused to let the situation sink in. Another general war like the War of the Amazon would be disastrous for both sides as they scrambled to solidify the front lines. Jaeger paused for a moment as he lifted an analysis of the nations industries he had procured from the European Intelligence Bureau. From what he could tell, Brazil had a larger industrial capability than any other state in South America - it actually had a larger industrial capability than all the states in the SADC together.

    "From what we can tell then, if there is another war - it is very likely that Brazil would come out on top? Is that what you're saying?" he pressed.

    "It's hard to tell. In terms of Naval Power, Brazil has more than ships than any of her enemies. She has more divisions, though not against the whole of the SADC, and we suspect that her air force is the only area in which she may be vulnerable. Even that however, we can't confirm."

    The Colonel stopped again, which by now was testing Jaeger's patience. If the Colonel insisted on a start and stop routine, then Jaeger would push him to the touch and go that he preferred.



    "What about Mexico? Rumour says that Mexico has been getting more involved lately."

    "From what I have been able to find out General, Mexico has established a series of underlying treaties with the separate members of the SADC. Whether they have done this at the urging of the United States, like the referendum held in Belize(3) or if Guatemala and El Salvador(4) have pushed them to make their own headway in International Politics is unclear. According to our analysts however, a large portion of their Army is marshaling in the North. EIB isn't sure what to make of that."

    "What about our current plan of action if things get hot?"

    The Colonel looked at him and winced, like Jaeger had suddenly grown a second head. As the start of a smirk appeared on his face, Jaeger interrupted.

    "Do we sit back, do we join the SADC, do we join the League, what is the plan with our islands in the Caribbean, who has overarching jurisdiction?" he continued, his voice now seething with poison. "Basically, Colonel, what the fuck happens when the shit hits the fan?"

    The Colonel looked strangely calm given the situation. The man stood still momentarily, locking eyes with Jaeger before continuing. "Sir, policy dictates neutrality. Decisions by men on the ground to intervene contrary to superior orders could be covered up or forgotten during debrief. Such a policy would be dangerous, but the embarrassment that would be received from backing down would likely force policy makers to go ahead with the war, much like the Incident in the Gulf of Tonkin."

    Jaeger paused momentarily, not something to which he was accustomed to doing, as he sized up the Colonel. A smile flickered across his lips.

    "That Colonel, is why you were reassigned to me. Strategic review will continue tomorrow at 1000 Hours. Dismissed."

    _________________~ Further Reading ~ ___________________


    1 - The War of the Amazon occurred during the late 1980s and continued until early 1993. Each side blames the other for causing the war, however it is a generally held consensus among the International Community that the war began during the Carapintadas Revolt beginning in 1987 in Argentina. What had originally begun as a mutiny among members of the Armed Forces, spiraled into full scale guerrilla warfare.

    Eventually, the Carapintadas movement had found hide outs in Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia, striking military and civilian targets as it expanded to become a general right wing paramilitary organization. While avoiding taking direct action against the movement became a common stance in the countries where the Carapintadas had rooted themselves, Brazil became an increasingly open target as a home of leftist agitators by the Carapintadas, their supporters, and politicians seeking to cash in on the atmosphere of the Cold War as it trickled into South America.


    American supplied Southern Alliance troops would soon be at war with Brazil.


    After a string of bombings in Rio de Janiero and Brasilia, the Brazilian government mobilized the Armed Forces and, with financial and logistical support from China and the USSR, attacked Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. Although a part of the Southern Alliance, Chile tried to limit its involvement in the war. The United States began funding the Southern Alliance and the war dragged on for several years before a Brazilian military breakthrough lead to the fall of Bolivia and Paraguay, and the humiliation of Argentina. The two nations remain under Brazilian occupation, and Insurgent movements in the occupation zones has increased over the last few years.

    Although it has lost prominence, the Carapintadas Movement has evolved into a powerful political party within Argentina - namely arguing in favour of justice, increased state economic responsibility, a greater role in World Affairs, and the military buildup of forces to regain Argentina's rightful place.

    2 - The Treaty of Miami was a Peace meeting held by the United States in 1994, after a year of unsuccessful Argentinean counterattacks on Brazilian positions and continued humiliation. The meeting eventually lead to the Treaty of Miami, the end of hostilities and the occupation of Bolivia and Paraguay.

    This has lead to an interesting paradox in South American, and specifically Argentine, politics as they desire increased ties and military support from the United States, but the public still resents the US for not doing more to affect the outcome of the war.


    3 - A 1996 referendum held in Belize, partially due to an economic collapse, and partially to further American interests, was held on the independence of Belize, ultimately asking if it should accept economic and political integration with Mexico, who at the time was experiencing a long period of growth.

    Many outside commentators believe that the United States pressured the government of Belize into holding the referendum - with some others directly accusing the US of manufacturing the results.

    4 - Mexico used its economic growth and relative military strength to intervene in an Armed conflict between El Salvador and Guatemala in 1993, 1996, and finally in 1998. The conflict was a lingering dispute that arose from the War of the Amazon, with right winged and leftist supporters on both sides embroiled in support of one side or the other. Eventually, a right winged government in Guatemala accused a leftist government in El Salvador of initiating border skirmishes and launched a full scale military assault.


    Mexican forces fighting in El Salvador.


    Although in 1993 and again in 1996, they were present as peace keepers, they came in 1998 to end the fighting once and for all. Within four months, both states had surrendered to the Mexican army. Five years later, violence is at an all time low, and both former states have developed under Mexican economic development. Whether the recent economic downturn in Mexico will change this, is yet to be seen.

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    Nice, the plot thickens...
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    Interesting stuff. Looking forward to hearing more about the situation in Europe itself.
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    Cool scenario you are building here. Strong Latin American states grouping into their own military blocs, makes the whole region very nice and unstable.

    I look forward to finding out what happened to other regions. Good work!
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    I find it strange that Americans let Brazil win against their pawns in the S. America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4th Dimension View Post
    I find it strange that Americans let Brazil win against their pawns in the S. America.
    Indeed, their inactivity seems odd; they can't even enforce a peace treaty. Hopefully, Europe *gazes at AuthAAR* can fill that void
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