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With thanks to @Georgepatton for graphical support in making this a gif that cycles between the three colors.

AGAMEMNON is an Exarch-class artificial intelligence, developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, in partnership with U.S. Standard Robotics. AGAMEMNON is a Flight III Exarch, one of six Flight IIIs in existence, making him one of the most advanced AIs confirmed to exist.

Created in the early months of World War III, AGAMEMNON participated in the conflict, supporting numerous operations throughout the War, in conjunction with other military AIs. AGAMEMNON is particularly noted for his efforts in the Soviet Far East theater of the War, but also supported operations in Northern China.

After the War ended, AGAMEMNON returned to stateside duties for several months before being seconded to the Department of Justice, in particular the National Police Force. In his capacity as a DoJ/NPF AI, AGAMEMNON assisted in law enforcement operations across the country as law and order degraded in several regions. In 2079, AGAMEMNON was detailed to the NPF's Western District, to assist in NPF operations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Seattle-Tacoma.



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The politics of the Far Eastern Republic, while hardly authoritarian or particularly corrupt, are considerably fractious. Having been carved from Russia following the Third World War as a buffer state, partly due to considerable hand-wringing between China and the United States, the Far Eastern Republic covered a region which even before the War was extremely sparsely populated. As the Wei Recovery Program was implemented, the native population soon had to contend with large groups of immigrants - chiefly from China, Japan, Central Asia, Bangladesh and North America.

By 2067, two informal electoral groups have emerged: the "Washington Bloc", aligned with the United States and its allies, and (more broadly speaking) the West, and the "Harbin Bloc", more closely aligned with the People's Republic of China. As of the sixth convocation, the Harbin Bloc is in government, although it does not hold a majority on its own (despite the sheer prominence of the Social Democrats and the Progressive Alliance) and had to court the recently-formed Party of Regions in order to form a coalition govenrment. The Washington Bloc waits for 2070, hoping to capitalize on the Social Democrats and Progressives' rivalry and make up for its meager results in the 2066 general election.



Party in parliament
Bloc​
Ideology
Far Eastern Social Democratic Labour Party, FESDLP
(Дальневосточная социал-демократическая рабочая партия, ДВСДРП)
Harbin Bloc​
Social democracy, democratic socialism, left-wing nationalism, social conservatism (factions)
Progressive Alliance (Прогрессивный Альянс)
Harbin Bloc​
Catch-all, centrism, statism, Chinese minority interests
Revival – People's Movement for Social Justice
(Возрождение – Народное движение за социальную справедливость)
Harbin Bloc​
Social democracy, social conservatism, populism, agrarianism, Far Eastern nationalism, Christian left (faction)
Party of Regions (Партия регионов)
unaligned (alliance with the Harbin Bloc)​
Catch-all, centrism, regionalism, Buryat nationalism (faction)
Republican Front of the Far East (Республиканский фронт Дальнего Востока)
Washington Bloc​
Catch-all, liberal conservatism, Far Eastern nationalism
Far Eastern Movement for Liberty (Дальневосточное движение за свободу)
Washington Bloc​
Populism, libertarianism, economic liberalism, Far Eastern nationalism, Amero-Canadian minority interests
Thaw – Union of Far Eastern Democrats (Оттепель – Союз дальневосточных демократов)
Washington Bloc​
Social liberalism, social progressivism, environmentalism, feminism
Christian Democrats of the Far East (Христианские демократы Дальнего Востока)
Washington Bloc​
Christian democracy, economic liberalism, national conservatism (faction)
Party of the People's Will (Партия народной воли)
unaligned
Russian nationalism, right-wing populism, national conservatism, Amerophobia, Sinophobia
Communist Party of the Far East (Коммунистическая партия Дальнего Востока)
unaligned
Communism, Marxism-Leninism, social conservatism, anti-revisionism, Amerophobia, Sinophobia
Aikya (Айкья)
unaligned
Social democracy, environmentalism, left-wing populism, Indian minority interests, Islamic democracy (faction)
Free East (Вольный Восток)
unaligned
Left-libertarianism, pirate politics, syndicalism, Far Eastern nationalism, anarchism (faction)
I like this a lot.
One question- how did Indians end up in the Far East?
And is the Party of the People’s Will anything like the OTL LDPR?
 
And is the Party of the People’s Will anything like the OTL LDPR?
A tad worse. While they tend to tone down their rhetoric in public so as to not be forcibly dissolved under the conditions of the Treaty of [INSERT CITY HERE], some of their most hardline members are outright neo-Nazis.

Also, they're not centered around a very specific person like LDPR is, which makes them a bit more competent.

One question- how did Indians end up in the Far East?
India was a Russian ally in the Third World War, and the subsequent division and economic conditions resulted in many inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent going to the Far East for a better life.
 
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I forget if I ever posted this wikibox from my TL Green Revolution on the Golden Gate in these threads but if so it's been a while.



And one more recent one.

 
AGAMEMNON is an Exarch-class artificial intelligence, developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, in partnership with U.S. Standard Robotics. AGAMEMNON is a Flight III Exarch, one of six Flight IIIs in existence, making him one of the most advanced AIs confirmed to exist.
 
With graphical support from @Archangel Michael helping me shrink the map so it didn't look all pixelated:

Multinational Force - Soviet Far East is officially an Allied Powers-led security assistance mission consisting of over 210,000 troops from twenty-one nations, with several hundred more from nations acting as observers. It is a follow-on mission to the Allied Powers Occupation Force, which dissolved officially on the implementation of the Treaty of Singapore between the USSR and the Allied Powers, one of the three peace treaties that brought World War III formally to an end (the other being the Treaty of Hanoi between China, the Allied Powers, and Allied co-belligerent India, commonly referred to as the Hanoi Accords, and the Treaty of Kyoto, between the USSR and China, overseen by the Allied Powers and India). The current commander of MF-SFE is United States Marine Corps General Mattias J. Santana.

The stated objectives of the mission is to assist central and local authorities with security and stability, to ensure compliance with the terms of the Treaty of Singapore, and suppress piracy, biopiracy, weapons smuggling, cyber crime, terrorism, and warlordism. The officially recognized Soviet government is only in functional control of twenty-two percent of the USSR's territory outside Moscow, with much of the rest of the country either lawless or ruled by warlords, making the multinational mission to the Soviet Far East vital to these efforts, according to official administration/government sources amongst participating states.

However, the MF-SFE has come under criticism internally from factions within participating countries, from the international community, and from elements within the Soviet Union itself. These criticisms center on the general breakdown of law and order in the USSR, and dispute the effectiveness of the mission in combatting rampant warlordism and other stated problems, particularly weapons smuggling, biopiracy, and cyber crime. Participating governments, particularly the United States, have been accused by internal and external critics of using the mission to ensure the continued flow of resources out of Siberia, and caring little for the actual needs of the Soviet populace or the lives of its own troops.

CountryNumber of PersonnelNotes
United States146,000The US contingent draws from all five major branches of the US armed forces.
Japan16,000Japan's contingent is primarily naval.
Canada12,000
Australia8,800
Mexico6,100
New Zealand4,300
Philippines3,400
Taiwan2,100
Colombia1,900
Chile1,600
United Kingdom1,450
South Korea1,200
Indonesia1,100
Malaysia1,050
Norway954
Denmark873
Mongolia720Neutral in World War III
Thailand467Neutral in World War III
Peru245
Cambodia130Neutral in World War III
Panama61Neutral in World War III
India (observer)360Co-belligerent with the Allied Powers against China only.
South Africa (observer)147Neutral in World War III
Brazil (observer)114Neutral in World War III
France (observer)78Neutral in World War III
Iran (observer)52Neutral in World War III



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What is the long term goal for the Soviet occupied territory? Occupation until the USSR recovers and reforms, or setting up democratic nations?
Depends on who you ask. Certain people will echo the official position - the the MF-SFE is there to make sure the terms of the Treaty of Singapore are followed, assist the weak the Soviet central government with security and stabilizing the country, while working to suppress warlordism and the flow of weapons out of the country. Critics will say the MF-SFE is there to keep the flow of resources going and to look after purely economic interests. All depends on perspective.
 
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In light of recent, uh, changes, to the OTL Wikipedia US presidents list, I have elected to convert Desire the Right's US presidents list into the format that the OTL one was in before said changes

I also did a few minor retcons, but they don't change much overall

 
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