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5f6b7 No.190983

Archive/Study/Research/Library
>syriagenerals.wordpress.com

SOUTHFRONT Dec 4
https://youtu.be/wVnRaI2YQqU [Embed]

>Live MAPS

https://globaleventmap.org
http://syria.liveuamap.com
http://militarymaps.info

>Fan maps

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem
https://twitter.com/miladvisor
https://twitter.com/a7_mirza
https://twitter.com/hamza_780
https://www.edmaps.com

RECENT MAPS
>Yemen Dec 3
https://imgur.com/a/PfYkF7o
>SE Syria Dec 3
https://imgur.com/a/MZ5WVqu
>Idlib Dec 2
https://imgur.com/a/5P2q6z4
>Libya Nov 3
https://i.imgur.com/GrjP9qc.jpg
>Latakia Sep 12
https://imgur.com/a/gnRYqHn
>Iraq Jun 14
https://imgur.com/a/SBuVzBb

Devs Dec 3
>DeZ:reports that SDF entered Hajin from NW axis. No confirmation yet
>YPG claims that 11 TFSA were killed in two fresh attacks in Afrin
>Palestinian forces join SAA in Idlib province
>US led-coal:Saudi Arabia conducted second most strikes in Sy
>US-backed forces deny attack on SAA positions last night
>Israeli warplanes return to Syrian border as Damascus raises alert levels
>report:Israeli attack on Damascus did not hit Hezbollah, Iranian positions. Damasc claims to shoot down all missiles. Israel did not comment
>SAA reinforcements keep pouring into Idlib from southern Syria
>RU MOD:SAA elimated 270+ IS fighters in Al-Suwayda prov in Nov
>Lavrov: US Is working to establish quasi-state in eastern Syria
>Report:HTS is planning to capture key highway in Idlib from FSA to sabotage demilitarized zone agreement
>military source:SAA still training with S-300 air defense system
>Erdogan offers Putin new meeting on Idlib as Sochi agreement falls apart
>Saudi-led coalition allows evacuation of wounded Houthis before Sweden talks on Yemen
>UN envoy arrives in Sanaa to escort Houthi negotiators to Sweden for peace talks

Previous: >>184952

8cb4a No.190988

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First for Shitmaps

8cb4a No.190989

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5f6b7 No.190990

>>190988
>those HTS gainz in the middle of NLF controlled area.

8cb4a No.190991

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5f6b7 No.190993

>>190991
Da fuck? Houthis got pushed backed from the border and Najarn surroundings? How and when?

af369 No.190997

>The start of the Yemeni peace consultations in Stockholm in the presence of pro-Hadi delegation and Houthis
Will be interesting to see what happens.

2dd63 No.191008

>>190983
>has all the time he needs to bake
>[embed]

5a016 No.191009

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>>191008
>hurr durr

b616e No.191033

>>190989
>>190789
>what do you think the future holds for Pakistan?
jackshit
>with Iran lobbying to get India a permanent seat at the UNSC
If the Americans have been unable to get them a seat at the council as of yet what power does Iran have to get them one?
> Iran to the west that's become the de-facto leading regional power in the Middle East
They have proven themselves to be resilient and capable no matter how much they are pressured (through military action against them or their proxies or sanctions being put on them) they have saved their allies. But they are not calling the shots in the Middle East, not yet.
>Turkey being the only ME nation as the counterweight to Iranian power and influence.
They most certainly have positioned themselves to play bigger role but Qatar is their only ally in the M.E. currently, they need to do alot more to gain influence.
>What do you think Iran-Pakistan relations will look like in the future?
I would like to ask, you say they are a leading regional power and they are lobbying to get India a permanent seat in the security council where the Indians (should they succeed) will be able to veto any resolution favouring us while proposing/supporting resolutions against us, in light of this what do you think our relation will look like?
To be fair there have been several meetings lately and much talk of cooperation but nothing concrete as of yet.
> Pakistan-Turkey relations for that matter
They have been historically good and both sides intend to strengthen them further still.
>What happens for Pakistan if all goes superb and the Taliban oust NATO from Afghanistan?
Tell me first why do you think Pakistan is involved in Afghanistan and support the Talis? and I will answer your question.
>Does Pakistan just focus on India in that case since the Afghan thorn in the back of Pakistan is removed?
Well thats how the thinking goes but I have already talked to you in detail how I dont see peace coming to Afghanistan even after the Nato forces leave and the reasons for that. Focusing exclusively on India to settle Kashmir issue doesnt seem likely anytime soon.
>And Saudi power and influence waning all across the Middle East (look at Yemen for the most glaring example of their decline). What does that bode for Saudi-Pakistan relations?
More gibs for Pakistan
>There's also both countries being in SCO, a political, economic, and military alliance, pitting them against the West, at least on paper. If a hot WWIII broke out, do you think India and Pakistan would ally against a Western aggressor, or would they throw nukes at each others' faces?
If the Kashmir issue has yet to be resolved when WW3 breaks out this entire region is going to burn.

2dd63 No.191035

>>191033
what is there in kashmir that makes it so important?
also why no one came with the idea of solving the issue through a referendum for the natives of kashmir?

5a016 No.191039

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>>191035
Gee Doc, I wonder…

2dd63 No.191040

>>191039
>what is neutral observers

5a016 No.191041

>>191040
Maybe, but no matter who would win, the other side will chimp out over the results.

2dd63 No.191042

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>>191041
and lose legitimacy in their clay alongside any form of political support and maybe even get sanctioned

b616e No.191043

>>191035
Alot of things but most importantly fresh water source from glaciers for the subcontinent.
> why no one came with the idea of solving the issue through a referendum for the natives of kashmir?
What makes you think that nobody has come up with that idea before and who do you think is not letting a referendum happen right now especially how the way they have been treating the majority of the population there?
>>191041
das right

2dd63 No.191045

>>191043
>What makes you think that nobody has come up with that idea before and who do you think is not letting a referendum happen right now especially how the way they have been treating the majority of the population there?
what about tchayna doing the political pressure at the UN?

5a016 No.191047

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>>191043
>noot-noot, mother hubbards!

2dd63 No.191048

>>191047
>filename
top kek

2dd63 No.191049

>>191047
check out this polish nigga at the other place

5a016 No.191050

>>191049
I wonder who this is. Maybe bolandi al-britoni is bored?

2dd63 No.191051

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>>191050
not his MO
anyways
*snap* yep, this one's going in my "ewige polak" compilation

5a016 No.191052

>>191051
>my "ewige polak" compilation
Just put entire country there. ;^)

2dd63 No.191053

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>>191052
nah some of you are alright tho

5a016 No.191054

>>191053
Too few to change this hellhole tho, I am afraid.

2dd63 No.191057

>>191054
redpill me about poland's demographics in terms of politics
how many (in %) and which groups (zoomers, boomers, gen x etc) are
pro russia
pro NATO/USA/we wuz EU n shit
don't really give a shit about poland is headed

8cb4a No.191074

>>191033
>If the Americans have been unable to get them a seat at the council as of yet what power does Iran have to get them one?
I see.
>They have proven themselves to be resilient and capable no matter how much they are pressured (through military action against them or their proxies or sanctions being put on them) they have saved their allies. But they are not calling the shots in the Middle East, not yet.
And if/when they do? What does that bode for Pakistan?
>They most certainly have positioned themselves to play bigger role but Qatar is their only ally in the M.E. currently, they need to do alot more to gain influence.
I see. Do they have a chance of gaining influence in Pakistan or at the very least gaining an ally in Pakistan?
>I would like to ask, you say they are a leading regional power and they are lobbying to get India a permanent seat in the security council where the Indians (should they succeed) will be able to veto any resolution favouring us while proposing/supporting resolutions against us, in light of this what do you think our relation will look like?
Hah, fair enough, didn't really think that one through.
>They have been historically good and both sides intend to strengthen them further still.
I see.
>Tell me first why do you think Pakistan is involved in Afghanistan and support the Talis? and I will answer your question.
To remove a potential India ally and a potential second front in a hot war between India and Pakistan.
>Well thats how the thinking goes but I have already talked to you in detail how I dont see peace coming to Afghanistan even after the Nato forces leave and the reasons for that.
Refresh my memory, it's been shite for a long time.
>Focusing exclusively on India to settle Kashmir issue doesnt seem likely anytime soon.
And even then, the Kashmir issue is involving 3 nuclear powers bordering each other, leaving a permanent stalemate unless one/two/all decides to watch the area burn.
>More gibs for Pakistan
Hah!
>If the Kashmir issue has yet to be resolved when WW3 breaks out this entire region is going to burn.
And what in your opinion is the most realistic way to resolve the Kashmir issue?
Considering India wants to keep Kashmir firmly in its grip, and has claim to relatively small areas in China and large areas of Pakistan all the way up to Afghan-China corridor.
And China's not gonna yield an inch without massive concessions, and has its own claims on parts of India, mainly eastern India.
And Pakistan has claim to all of Indian Kashmir and a very small part of China, with India and Pakistan being mortal enemies.
And all three countries involved have nukes enough to turn that area into a nuclear wasteland, especially since Pakistan's got more nukes than India and right now are set to surpass UK and France in nuclear quantity sometime in the future.
A referendum's not gonna succeed since like Lawgoy said, it'll be rigged by both sides and lead to a major shitstorm.

8cb4a No.191075

>>190993
It happened back in November when Saudis went all out to try to force a military solution before Burger deadline was up.

2dd63 No.191098


2dd63 No.191100

>>191074
>And what in your opinion is the most realistic way to resolve the Kashmir issue?
status quo
>but it's not a resolution
any other option will lead to more loses than gains in the region and kashmir would have no value as a nuclear wasteland, especially not it's water reserves

5a016 No.191139


2dd63 No.191145


8cb4a No.191172

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>>191098
Yeah, just chalk that one up to me being a conspiratard eager for happenings and new Shitmaps
>>191100
So all sides have to end their claims? I don't see that happening any time soon. So the Kashmir issue will be permanently unresolved.
>>191139
>>191145
JEJ

2dd63 No.191178

>>191172
>So all sides have to end their claims?
nope, just keep hurling insults and sometimes artillery shell at each other till the end of human existence

8cb4a No.191197

https://www.albawaba.com/news/georgia-joining-nato-turning-noose-russia-1158478
Speaking at a NATO summit, the alliance’s chief on Thursday said that Georgia will join its ranks.

At a joint press conference in Brussels alongside Georgian President Giorgi Margverlashvili, Jens Stoltenberg said that the allied leaders reaffirmed the move on Wednesday.

Praising the progress Georgia is making on reforms, Stoltenberg said that NATO will continue to work with its government to prepare the country for membership.

Earlier, during a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Stoltenberg said that the situation in eastern Ukraine remains "serious".

"NATO is firm in our support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. And we strongly condemn Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea," he added.

Russia’s 2014 illegal annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region led Western powers, including the U.S., to impose sanctions on Moscow.

Along with the U.N. General Assembly, the U.S., the EU, and Turkey also do not recognize Crimea as Russian territory.

Since the annexation, Ukraine has been wracked by conflict in its eastern regions with Russian-backed separatists, leading to more than 10,000 deaths, according to the U.N.

A two-day NATO summit started on Wednesday with the attendance of 29 NATO heads of state and government to make important decisions on the future of the alliance.

The summit is discussing important decisions on the alliance’s future and other major topics, including strengthening deterrence and defense, counter-terrorism and stability, strengthening cooperation with the EU, modernization, sharing responsibility and common values, and the transatlantic union.

>Please be bullshit, because that's crossing one of Russia's red lines if NATO is actually admitting Georgia.

>Yes, Doc, I know that it's illegal for NATO to admit Georgia when there's South Ossetia and Abkhazia, but do these people seem like they're bound by law, even if it means all of NATO is directly involved in a territory dispute with Russia?

8cb4a No.191388

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Afghanistan Shitmupdates
Including a new and improved Districtmap that has updated districts as well as having provincial capital cities within the provincial capital districts, and the color of those dots indicates if it's contested or controlled by a specific faction.

8cb4a No.191416

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Added text for capital districts
Question: Do you think I should leave the map (1st pic) alone as it is, or have flags added in the contested districts (2nd pic) to show who's in said districts?

>The Nazis in Ukraine ar-

https://antikor.com.ua/articles/75599-evrei_v_ato._8_fotografij_kotorye_razryvajut_mozg_vatnika
Oh…

8cb4a No.191421

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8cb4a No.191489

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>tfw updating Afghanistan maps
>tfw with each update I finish, more Taliban gains come in

8cb4a No.191493

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>Taliban gains in NW Herat (Gulran)
>Taliban gains in Kandahar (Takhteh Pul and Spin Boldak)
>Taliban gains in Faryab (besieging Gurziwan)
>Taliban gains in Badakhshan (Kuran Wa Munjan)

48040 No.191501

>>191480
you forgot to change idlibistan, the gains there aren't new anymore

2dd63 No.191506

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>taliban fighter with thermal optic with a jury rigged power system made of phone battery and usb connector
taliban with thermal optics were reported to be causing a lot of trouble to us troops

2dd63 No.191507

>>191506
>be multibillion army with peak human technological advancements
>lose to DIY-tier jury rigging illiterate farmers
JUST shart my mart up pham

8cb4a No.191564

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>>191501
Shite, I knew I was forgetting something. Thanks anon.

8cb4a No.191605

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I have a sinking feeling this war's gonna freeze over once ISIS pockets (not including Tanf) are kill, just like Donbass.



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