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Kuranis' vision was dictated by a call to leave his homeland and sail away from him at a very far distance. By their natural nature, the Kuranis were nomads for a long time, which unexpectedly made them good traders and spies, but far from the best warriors. Until the beginning of the 13th century, Kuranis was only conditionally a sultanate, in fact it was a union of nomadic peoples. The first people who settled back in the 11th century were the Tahs, Christian settlers of the South, the Shiites, began to settle after him and were even discovered to separate in the middle of the 12th century, but their attempt was stopped. In 1204, Argulabu Sahtantid decided to treat the fortress city of Agrabah, Hamal-Rahtam, Abhtal-Ragan and Aleravis, providing favorable preferences and protection from other nomads to those who would move to new places, as well as eternal possession of this land. This is the first land-owning community remaining on the protected trade routes. It quickly began to grow, forming a separate sedentary culture. Now we come to the history of research... The teachings of the Courance of Economic, Political and Military, The Economic Doctrine appeared from the Manifesto of Askhal Dugu, the creator of the first guild of land and sea caravaneers.



The country was located at the junction of the desert and there was an outlet to the sea, the sultanate was always heterogeneous in nature and the identification of relations was conducted internally, although there were no diplomats as such in 12 studies. Their role was completely replaced by "The owner of the caravan with the permission of the Sultan." Because of this reality, Askhat Dugu in the Merchant Manifesto offers such a vision of economic policy. not production with waste of resources, but the sale of what can be sold. However, in no case should they doubt that they cannot do without intermediaries in the form of state merchants of the sultan." The producers inside the Kuranis were mainly the early settled peoples of the North (who had very exceptional countries and cultures). Now it consisted in the fact that our people are able to create rarities that can be profitable in everyday products. When trading in rarities and jewels (gold and diamonds), we also increase the pace of their production, thereby increasing the economic potential of the country.To distribute goods abroad, whole diasporas were created, which were opened by shops, forges inside the port cities of other countries. All members of this diaspora were also scouts of the Sultan. In the colonial environment, many diasporas began to serve the sultan personally, they either joined the service in Great Britain, or went into free navigation, because only raw materials were chosen as a priority. The main goal, especially after the declaration of independence, is to get other countries hooked on the raw materials of the Kurani in order to control the wurld frequency. Therefore, the country was jokingly called by the Kuran oppositionists of the "Renaissance" of the 1980s and 1990s nothing else than a "wurld gas station". This teaching exists to this day,



In scientific circles, it is customary to talk about the time of the founding of the doctrine of 1823, the joint manifesto of Ilfei Nasreddin together with his vizier Abu Ahmad Ibrahim, who was of liberal beliefs. However, the teaching largely acted spontaneously before the manifesto. Due to the great culture and religious diversity of the country, the harmony of the parties was preserved, the sultan was only a tribune, making sure that none of the clans inside the city of chimes and no community outside of it strengthened much to become an independent commitment and embrace the country. As assistants, there is always a council of 12 mullahs (spiritual elders) who had agents among the followers and helped the sultan in inciting intra-tribal and intra-tribal squabbles. meaning, this council of 12 mullahs was actually the ruler standing over the secular sultan. The Manifesto of 1823 described the practical reality in order to humanize the political system and replace the "theocratic" security cushion of the country with a "parliamentary" one. It was supposed to become just a body, an insignificant power over the secular wurld of the population, from all strata, culture and religion, should elect deputies to the "Grand Council" under the Sultan, namely from voting in the Grand Council with the disconnection of tribal and tribal groups. However, the Council of Mullahs demanded a great influence on the country's investigations, because already in 1903 they recognized the "decadent dynasty" and paid for its elimination before the country approached other people's hands or crumbled like pearls on a stone floor.Independence made the president a serious reality in 1960, the State Advisory Council, although it was only a continuation of power, but in many ways the conflict between the parties developed strongly and "civilized" this rigidity of clans and peoples among themselves, transferring it to democratic passages. The problem was the transfer of power to the receiver, which plunged Kuranis into a state of instability, strengthened during the period of the democratic spread of peoples and tribal groups decided to play their own independent role without getting what they wanted on the spot. elections, they began to expel the country en masse, thereby starting a bloody civil conflict. In the end, it was decided that the Sultan only played the role of a tribune.They again legitimized the "predatory strictness of the clans" among themselves by falsifying cases and bandit raids in order to weaken them from time to time. The Council of Mullahs also helped in this.



Due to the fact that Kuranis is not a historical country by nature, the military doctrine was issued in its final form only under Marshal Agriz Ashat ibn Niazhar, during the four-week war. However, these were prerequisites. The bulk of the wars in Kuranis are extremely intertribal conflicts and nomadic raids. Then a "linear defense system" was formed, along which the line grew, as the caravans took place, a system of defensive fortifications and outposts was formed to ensure the availability of reinforcements. Kurani fortresses reveal a multi—level complex system of fortifications, since the main guarantee of trade security is the inaccessibility of cities where caravans can rest. But this military recommendation was only suitable for identification.After the Kuranes declared independence in 1960, it was decided to create a doctrine of focal resistance. Due to the impossibility of introducing a full-fledged frontal war in desert conditions, it was decided to create mobile paramilitary groups that can quickly move from one place to another along the enemy's rear, exhausting the enemy, and slowly cutting off and surrounding the centers of his resistance. " this strongly affects the combat capability of the soldier. In the end, after a series of painful blows, cut off the remnants of the group from each other by foci and start choosing already with them. It was according to this scheme that the four-week military operation and the civil war were successfully carried out.










A big role was assigned to the fleet, this time even more than ever. The purpose of the Navy was not only to patrol the coast and be ready, if anything, to transfer a mobile counter-amphibious group by sea, but also to fight the fleet for trade and economic interests. Although it wasn't big by the standards of the great Powers, its main advantage was its mobile deployment. There was only 1 aircraft carrier present on the coast, which did not participate in offensive operations, the main focus was on frigates, submarines, torpedo bombers and sea-based missile launchers. The entire fleet was built abroad, for "petrodollars" and components for it were also purchased abroad.spacer.png


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