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by The United Kingdom of Orange-Bourgogne. . 76 reads.

[Outdated] External relations of Orange-Bourgogne

General information
The diplomatic relations of the United Kingdom of Orange-Bourgogne are jointly conducted by the Department for External Affairs and the Diplomatic Corps. A variety of other agencies and departments do play a role as well.

The gradations in the tables are provided by several officials. The information on diplomatic missions [see also this dispatch] is provided by the Diplomatic Corps. The information with regards politics, safety and trade are provided by the [Secretary of State of the] Department for External Affairs. The information on influence and power is provided by the [Minister of the] Department of Defence. Popular opinions are forwarded by the Bureau of Statistics.


Sovereignty disputes

At the present time, the Cabinet of Orange-Bourgogne does not acknowledge the independence of the following entities:

  • Monaco-Monte Carlo - this principality is not recognized because the head of state is married to the head of state of Orange-Bourgogne, whereby it was agreed that, after the death of either of the heads of state, their heir and successor would immediately become the sovereign of both nations, thus ending the independence of the principality as the United Kingdom is to take precedence.

  • Californian bear republic - this entity is not recognized as it is seen as a state of Imperial Eagle.


Table of relations

Gradations

Information not available:
Unavailable

Information is not [yet] available. [This could happen because of a variety of reasons (but is mostly used when I have not had the time to include the information).]


Missions:
Yes
No

Yes - diplomatic missions of some sort have been exchanged between Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question.

No - diplomatic missions have not been exchanged between Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question.


Political status:
Outstanding
Allied
Friendly
Co-operative
Warm
Average
At odds
Cold
Hostile
Enemy
At war

Outstanding - the governances of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question work closely together on numerous projects, such as international organizations. The nation in question has been connected to the United Kingdom for a considerable amount of time, and has proved to be reliable.

Allied - the governances of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question work closely together on numerous projects, such as international organizations. The nation in question has proved to be reliable.

Friendly - the government of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question work together on various projects, such as international organizations. The nation in question has proved to be reliable.

Co-operative - the government of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question work together on various projects, such as international organizations.

Warm - the government of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question work together on some occasions.

Average - the government of Orange-Bourgogne and the nation in question occasionally work together, but only incidentally and on the specific request of one of them.

At odds - the government of Orange-Bourgogne sees the government of the nation in question as unreliable and does not prefer to co-operate with them on too many projects.

Cold - the government of Orange-Bourgogne sees the government of the nation in question as very unreliable and does prefer not to co-operate with them, or the government of the nation in question adopted some policies that Orange-Bourgogne dislikes.

Hostile - the government of the nation in question has proved to be unreliable, or has a variety of policies that Orange-Bourgogne rejects.

Enemy - the government of the nation in question is seen as a danger to Orange-Bourgogne or its allies. The government will not co-operate with them unless necessary.

At war - a declaration of war was sent to or received from the nation in question.


Safety status:
Secure
Safe
Ordinary
Insecure
Dangerous
Threatening

Secure - the nation in question is viewed as secure; there are no indications that they may become less safe in the not-too-distant future. Open-border agreements can only be made with these nations.

Safe - the nation in question is viewed as safe; citizens may visit the nation in question. There are no indications that they may be less safe within the not-too-distant future.

Ordinary - the nation in question has no reputation of being unsafe, and there are also no indications that it is.

Insecure - the nation in question has a reputation of being unsafe, or it is deemed likely that insecurity could happen within the not-too-distant future. A travel warning may be issued.

Dangerous - the nation in question is viewed as dangerous. A severe travel warning may be issued.

Threatening - the nation in question is viewed as dangerous. A travel ban may be issued.


Trade status:
Promoted
Encouraged
Ordinary
Embargoed
Restricted
Banned

Promoted - Orange-Bourgognians are highly encouraged to buy and sell products from the nation in question. It may come with additional trade agreements.

Encouraged - Orange-Bourgognians are encouraged to buy and sell products from the nation in question. It may come with additional trade agreements.

Ordinary - No trade agreements have been agreed upon, yet there are also no restrictions.

Embargoed - Small restrictions are issued to the nation in question. It concerns only particular persons/products/services.

Restricted - Branches of people/products/services are affected by a limitation on trade.

Banned - No trade is allowed regarding the nation in question.


Influence:
Cogent
Convincing
Persuasive
Influential
Alluring
Impotent

Cogent - the nation in question is viewed as a powerhouse when it comes to achieving their goals without using military force.

Convincing - the nation in question is capable of frequently changing the views and policies of their allies and other nations.

Persuasive - the nation in question is capable of sometimes changing the views and policies of their allies and other nations.

Influential - other nations may reconsider their viewpoints and policies because of the arguements of the nation in question, but is is unlikely that they actually will.

Alluring - other nations do not review their viewpoints and policies because of the nation in question.

Impotent - the nation in question is viewed as incapable of convincing other nations by its arguements.


Power:
Forceful
Dominant
Impressive
Competent
Inadequate

Forceful - the nation in question is believed to have a strong defence. It will likely use its defence in an offensive way in order to accomplish the nation's goals.

Dominant - the nation in question is believed to have a strong defence. It sometimes will use its defence in an offensive way in order to accomplish the nation's goals.

Impressive - the nation in question is believed to have a strong defence. It is unlikely that the nation in question will use its defence in an offensive way.

Competent - the nation in question is believed to have a good defence. It is unlikely that they will be able to use this defence for offensive means though.

Inadequate - the nation in question is not believed to have a good defence.


Opinions:
95 - 100 = XX %
80 - 95 = XX %
60 - 80 = XX %
50 - 60 = XX %
40 - 50 = XX %
20 - 40 = XX %
5 - 15 = XX %
0 - 15 = XX %

The percentage given is that of the population that has a positive view towards the nation in question.


Table of relations

Nation

Missions

Politics

Safety

Trade

Influence

Power

Opinion

Orange-Bourgogne

No

Unavailable

Secure

Promoted

Influential

Competent

96 %

Monaco-Monte Carlo

No1

Outstanding

Secure

Promoted

Impotent

Inadequate

94 %

Vestlanda

Yes

Friendly

Secure

Encouraged

Influential

Competent

80 %

Infiny

Yes

Warm

Insecure

Ordinary

Influential

Competent

62 %

Imperial Eagle

Yes

Warm

Safe

Ordinary

Persuasive

Impressive

64 %

Gerdalle

Yes

Warm

Unavailable

Ordinary

Alluring

Inadequate

Unavailable

Southwest China

No

Warm

Dangerous

Ordinary

Persuasive

Impressive

56 %

Greatercascadia

Yes

Co-operative

Safe

Ordinary

Influential

Competent

79 %

Persia major

No

Cold

Insecure

Ordinary

Alluring

Competent

47 %

Nation

Missions

Politics

Safety

Trade

Influence

Power

Opinion

1 - This is because the Sovereigns of Orange-Bourgogne and Monaco-Monte Carlo are spouses, and therefore, it is considered unnecessary to exchange diplomatic missions.


External agreements

The following agreements have been approved [and implemented] by the Cabinet of Orange-Bourgogne:

Bilateral agreements

Orange-Bourgogne has an agreement with Vestlanda to, through a joint naval unit, protect the waters, persons and ships and to rescue those in need of help therein.

Multilateral agreements

Orange-Bourgogne has an agreement with the Axis of Canton, in particular with Southwest China, that they will protect the Island of Jeju.

Orange-Bourgogne has an agreement with the North American Union that they will protect the Island of Bermuda.


International organizations

Orange-Bourgogne is associated to the following international organizations:

The League of Nations
As a full (and founding) member.

The International Military Alliance
As a full (and founding) member.

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