Indo-Pacific Military Organization


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The Indo-Pacific Military Organization (otherwise known as the IPMO) is an intergovernmental military organization between ten participating member states, being Korea, Japan, The Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Baluchistan, Malaysia, and Vietnam. The IPMO serves as a defense pact, ensuring a military response from all participating member states in the event of an attack against one member. The IPMO was formed in 2051, initially consisting of Korea, Japan, The Philippines, India, Indonesia, and Australia. The IPMO expanded first in 2086 when Baluchistan was added. It expanded again in 2118 following the formation of the Eurasian Coalition, with the addition of New Zealand, Malaysia, and Vietnam. The IPMO's headquarters are in Tokyo, while its military command center is in Busan, Korea.


The IPMO was created in 2051 in response to China's decision to increase military activity in several maritime regions, such as the South China Sea, and regions previously influenced by the United States prior to their withdrawal following their internal conflict. China's actions were condemned by the likes of Korea, Japan, The Philippines, Indonesia, Australia, and India as being provocative and acts of aggression, and caused the formation of a military pact. Though the tensions of the 2050s were diplomatically resolved, the IPMO remained effective.

In 2086, following Iranian government's announcement to rebuild Iran into a more influential nation following its recent civil war, the recently formed Baluchistan1 opted for IPMO membership. Baluchistan was accepted unhesitatingly by all participating IPMO member states, due to soured relations with Iran from said announcement.

In 2118, the nations of New Zealand, Malaysia, and Vietnam applied for IPMO membership in response to the formation of the Eurasian Coalition, and the concerns for international security that pact spawned. This overwrote a military principle of Vietnam, which previously prohibited the nation from joining any military alliances. In addition to this, NATO and the IPMO formed an agreement, in which members from both pacts would have the right to provide support for each other in the event of military conflict. This spawned what is colloquially known as the 'global alliance.'


The IMPO ensure close diplomatic and military cooperation between all participating member states. Though the IPMO protects its members from any outside invaders, it is historically directed specifically at China, and presently the Eurasian Coalition.

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