by Max Barry

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Antarctica is well-known for its unfailingly respectful and cooperative attitude in international politics, having signed a great variety of agreements with nations around the world. At the same time, the Free Republic maintains a neutral stance in international politics, in accordance with Article 11 of the Antarctic Constitution, which states in full, "International aggression shall be rendered on the part of the Free Republic under no circumstances, excepting those in which such aggression is an absolute necessity." While the existence of a military is permitted by the Constitution, it is not desired by the Antarctic public, due to their peaceful and humanistic beliefs, as well as the fact that they would rather see their tax money spent on social policies and other such functions of government. Generally, relations with other free and democratic nations are quite warm and friendly, while totalitarian nations may recieve a more frosty reception.