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Worlbuilding suggestions taken from other players

2018/01/21 Uploaded the new flag without the ripple effect by the suggestion of Free american empire- here viewtopic.php?f=25&t=405153&p=33293596&sid=38d82c1c9ba7f80842168f7592d36257#p33293596

2018/05/30 As a suggestion by The nordic-commonwealth here
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this will be the anthem for Aigania.

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NEW LAZARUS PROPOSAL OF RMB FOR RP:

The Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations
  • Section 1: The Board Administrative Council.

    Establishes the Board Administrative Council,comprised of eight seats; these eight seats are held by nations the Board believes are best suited to guide the direction that the Board takes. Current members of the Council may be viewed at the addendum of this document which must be updated by member nations when a change occurs.

    Acts passed by the Board Administrative Council do not require the consent of all Council members, merely requiring a simple majority to pass. Unlawful nullification of any acts passed by the Council will be dealt with jointly by the Security Enforcers of the Board as described in Section 2 and the Global Economic Bureau as described in Section 4 which gives the Council the power to sanction delinquent members of the Board.

  • Section 2: Pledge of Military support.

    Establishes the Security Enforcers of the Board.

    Allows for joint operations of militaries to work in unison to protect key assets of each other's nation. The SEB will prioritize neutrality and defensive action rather than aggression.

    Commerce to countries outside of the Board are not required to be protected by another member nationís armed forces, however commerce between member states is required to be protected.

    Provide military equipment and technology to the SEB in order to keep combined force up to date with the latest tools and advancements to help combat against aggressors in the most efficient and advantageous way possible. In military action, efficiency in subduing targets is of the utmost importance.

    Provide joint military training to ensure that each fighting force is well trained and experienced in the previously mentioned technology and modern tactics.

    Provide joint military bases in each other's nations to ensure that aggression between member states does not occur.

    Although the militaries of each nation will work closely together on many missions, the independence of each nation's military is still recognized, however militaries are expected to put forth the greatest effort in maintaining a well rounded, well funded, well equipped, and well manned joint military.

  • Section 3: Pledge of R&D support.

    Allows for free travel of scientists between member nations to perform scientific experiments.

    Scientists working independently will hold rights to patents and all profit made. Governments will not be allowed to interfere with development of independent projects unless:

    A. It violates national security, or
    B. It violates the security of the Board.

    Investigations into suspicious persons and/or corporations are covered in Section 5. Independent researchers are expected to raise their own funds however they see fit, yet member states may be allowed to fund projects they deem necessary or important and withdraw funds from projects they no longer agree with. All scientific fields are protected.

    Establishes the Committee of Scientific Advancement and Development (CSAD).

    A group of representative scientists working for a member stateís government are required to be a part of the CSAD. The CSAD is a joint scientific research and development agency meant for the creation of government and military technology. The CSAD will be led by a board of directors consisting of one scientific mind from each member state. The priorities of the CSAD will be development of a Space Program, Information Technology, and Weapons Manufacturing for the use of member states governments and militaries.

  • Section 4. Pledge of Economic support.

    Establishes the Global Economic Bureau (GEB) which consists of agencies created to regulate and improve each nations economies and commerce. The goal of the GEB is to maximize profits for the Board and protect the businesses of member states.

    Establishes the Board Monetary Fund (BMF) to handle membership fees, financial loans and transactions, as well as a variety of other processes deemed necessary by the Board Administrative Council. The BMF also oversees the membership tax and ensures that this tax is collected in order to fund all agencies listed in this document in order to ensure the economic stability of the Board.

    Business practices of each nation will be protected, however corporations must abide only by laws set in place by the nation they are dealing within. This is to protect the economic principles of member states and gives member states the jurisdiction to ban practices they see unfit to their own society without pushing unwanted policies onto fellow states.

    Corporations found violating laws of member nations will be subjected to a fair trial consisting of the offended state and the state to which the corporation belongs to.

    SEB has the jurisdiction and responsibility of inspecting all cargo to ensure that no smuggled goods are transferred between countries before the cargo is shipped. Corporations found trying to smuggle items will receive a fine and the attempted smuggled goods will be confiscated by the GEB. Further action will be taken if smuggled goods pose threat to a nation's security.

  • Section 5: Internal Affairs and Foreign Policy

    Establishes the Special Operations and Investigation Bureau (SOIB), the Surveillance and Intelligence Agency (SIA), the Border and Homeland Security Agency (BHSA), and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). These are meant to protect member states from internal and external threats with the use of counterintelligence, special forces, secret police, and anti-terrorist forces, as well as provide means of negotiations and intelligence on foreign nations.

    Establishes the Department of Human Services (DHS) which provides healthcare for the population of member states and comes to the aid of member nations undergoing disasters.

All nations who are a part of this treaty maintain their right to an independent and sovereign nation.

Signed,
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
Queen Charlotte E. Bloom
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
Principle Chairman Afonasei Smirnov
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
Chieftain Sigbjorn Whitebear
The Federation of Dernel
President Santino Tentatellhi
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
President Daniel Ryan
The Green Pheonix of New Vedan
Emperor Kamereon Dragargon
The Armed Republic of Northern Westwald
Chancellor Johann Martin

Addendum:

Current Council Members:
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
The Federation of Dernel
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
The Holy Empire of Snoodum pending
The Most Serene Republic of Mzeusia pending
The Imperium of Leonism pending

Added - The Federation of Aigania given temporary ninth seat in Council in the situation that The Imperium of Leonism does not take action. Upon the return of The Imperium of Leonism, the Council will determine which state would be better suited for the position of a permanent seat, of course with reservations as dictated by Section One of the Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations.

Read factbook


The Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations

  • Section 1: The Board Administrative Council.

    Establishes the Board Administrative Council,comprised of eight seats; these eight seats are held by nations the Board believes are best suited to guide the direction that the Board takes. Current members of the Council may be viewed at the addendum of this document which must be updated by member nations when a change occurs.

    Acts passed by the Board Administrative Council do not require the consent of all Council members, merely requiring a simple majority to pass. Unlawful nullification of any acts passed by the Council will be dealt with jointly by the Security Enforcers of the Board as described in Section 2 and the Global Economic Bureau as described in Section 4 which gives the Council the power to sanction delinquent members of the Board.

  • Section 2: Pledge of Military support.

    Establishes the Security Enforcers of the Board.

    Allows for joint operations of militaries to work in unison to protect key assets of each other's nation. The SEB will prioritize neutrality and defensive action rather than aggression.

    Commerce to countries outside of the Board are not required to be protected by another member nationís armed forces, however commerce between member states is required to be protected.

    Provide military equipment and technology to the SEB in order to keep combined force up to date with the latest tools and advancements to help combat against aggressors in the most efficient and advantageous way possible. In military action, efficiency in subduing targets is of the utmost importance.

    Provide joint military training to ensure that each fighting force is well trained and experienced in the previously mentioned technology and modern tactics.

    Provide joint military bases in each other's nations to ensure that aggression between member states does not occur.

    Although the militaries of each nation will work closely together on many missions, the independence of each nation's military is still recognized, however militaries are expected to put forth the greatest effort in maintaining a well rounded, well funded, well equipped, and well manned joint military.

  • Section 3: Pledge of R&D support.

    Allows for free travel of scientists between member nations to perform scientific experiments.

    Scientists working independently will hold rights to patents and all profit made. Governments will not be allowed to interfere with development of independent projects unless:

    A. It violates national security, or
    B. It violates the security of the Board.

    Investigations into suspicious persons and/or corporations are covered in Section 5. Independent researchers are expected to raise their own funds however they see fit, yet member states may be allowed to fund projects they deem necessary or important and withdraw funds from projects they no longer agree with. All scientific fields are protected.

    Establishes the Committee of Scientific Advancement and Development (CSAD).

    A group of representative scientists working for a member stateís government are required to be a part of the CSAD. The CSAD is a joint scientific research and development agency meant for the creation of government and military technology. The CSAD will be led by a board of directors consisting of one scientific mind from each member state. The priorities of the CSAD will be development of a Space Program, Information Technology, and Weapons Manufacturing for the use of member states governments and militaries.

  • Section 4. Pledge of Economic support.

    Establishes the Global Economic Bureau (GEB) which consists of agencies created to regulate and improve each nations economies and commerce. The goal of the GEB is to maximize profits for the Board and protect the businesses of member states.

    Establishes the Board Monetary Fund (BMF) to handle membership fees, financial loans and transactions, as well as a variety of other processes deemed necessary by the Board Administrative Council. The BMF also oversees the membership tax and ensures that this tax is collected in order to fund all agencies listed in this document in order to ensure the economic stability of the Board.

    Business practices of each nation will be protected, however corporations must abide only by laws set in place by the nation they are dealing within. This is to protect the economic principles of member states and gives member states the jurisdiction to ban practices they see unfit to their own society without pushing unwanted policies onto fellow states.

    Corporations found violating laws of member nations will be subjected to a fair trial consisting of the offended state and the state to which the corporation belongs to.

    SEB has the jurisdiction and responsibility of inspecting all cargo to ensure that no smuggled goods are transferred between countries before the cargo is shipped. Corporations found trying to smuggle items will receive a fine and the attempted smuggled goods will be confiscated by the GEB. Further action will be taken if smuggled goods pose threat to a nation's security.

  • Section 5: Internal Affairs and Foreign Policy

    Establishes the Special Operations and Investigation Bureau (SOIB), the Surveillance and Intelligence Agency (SIA), the Border and Homeland Security Agency (BHSA), and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). These are meant to protect member states from internal and external threats with the use of counterintelligence, special forces, secret police, and anti-terrorist forces, as well as provide means of negotiations and intelligence on foreign nations.

    Establishes the Department of Human Services (DHS) which provides healthcare for the population of member states and comes to the aid of member nations undergoing disasters.

All nations who are a part of this treaty maintain their right to an independent and sovereign nation.

Signed,
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
Queen Charlotte E. Bloom
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
Principle Chairman Afonasei Smirnov
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
Chieftain Sigbjorn Whitebear
The Federation of Dernel
President Santino Tentatellhi
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
President Daniel Ryan

Addendum:

Current Council Members:
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
The Federation of Dernel
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
The Holy Empire of Snoodum pending
The Most Serene Republic of Mzeusia pending
The Imperium of Leonism pending

Added - The Federation of Aigania given temporary ninth seat in Council in the situation that The Imperium of Leonism does not take action. Upon the return of The Imperium of Leonism, the Council will determine which state would be better suited for the position of a permanent seat, of course with reservations as dictated by Section One of the Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations.

Read factbook


The Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations

  • Section 1: The Board Administrative Council.

    Establishes the Board Administrative Council,comprised of eight seats; these eight seats are held by nations the Board believes are best suited to guide the direction that the Board takes. Current members of the Council may be viewed at the addendum of this document which must be updated by member nations when a change occurs.

    Acts passed by the Board Administrative Council do not require the consent of all Council members, merely requiring a simple majority to pass. Unlawful nullification of any acts passed by the Council will be dealt with jointly by the Security Enforcers of the Board as described in Section 2 and the Global Economic Bureau as described in Section 4 which gives the Council the power to sanction delinquent members of the Board.

  • Section 2: Pledge of Military support.

    Establishes the Security Enforcers of the Board.

    Allows for joint operations of militaries to work in unison to protect key assets of each other's nation. The SEB will prioritize neutrality and defensive action rather than aggression.

    Commerce to countries outside of the Board are not required to be protected by another member nationís armed forces, however commerce between member states is required to be protected.

    Provide military equipment and technology to the SEB in order to keep combined force up to date with the latest tools and advancements to help combat against aggressors in the most efficient and advantageous way possible. In military action, efficiency in subduing targets is of the utmost importance.

    Provide joint military training to ensure that each fighting force is well trained and experienced in the previously mentioned technology and modern tactics.

    Provide joint military bases in each other's nations to ensure that aggression between member states does not occur.

    Although the militaries of each nation will work closely together on many missions, the independence of each nation's military is still recognized, however militaries are expected to put forth the greatest effort in maintaining a well rounded, well funded, well equipped, and well manned joint military.

  • Section 3: Pledge of R&D support.

    Allows for free travel of scientists between member nations to perform scientific experiments.

    Scientists working independently will hold rights to patents and all profit made. Governments will not be allowed to interfere with development of independent projects unless:

    A. It violates national security, or
    B. It violates the security of the Board.

    Investigations into suspicious persons and/or corporations are covered in Section 5. Independent researchers are expected to raise their own funds however they see fit, yet member states may be allowed to fund projects they deem necessary or important and withdraw funds from projects they no longer agree with. All scientific fields are protected.

    Establishes the Committee of Scientific Advancement and Development (CSAD).

    A group of representative scientists working for a member stateís government are required to be a part of the CSAD. The CSAD is a joint scientific research and development agency meant for the creation of government and military technology. The CSAD will be led by a board of directors consisting of one scientific mind from each member state. The priorities of the CSAD will be development of a Space Program, Information Technology, and Weapons Manufacturing for the use of member states governments and militaries.

  • Section 4. Pledge of Economic support.

    Establishes the Global Economic Bureau (GEB) which consists of agencies created to regulate and improve each nations economies and commerce. The goal of the GEB is to maximize profits for the Board and protect the businesses of member states.

    Establishes the Board Monetary Fund (BMF) to handle membership fees, financial loans and transactions, as well as a variety of other processes deemed necessary by the Board Administrative Council. The BMF also oversees the membership tax and ensures that this tax is collected in order to fund all agencies listed in this document in order to ensure the economic stability of the Board.

    Business practices of each nation will be protected, however corporations must abide only by laws set in place by the nation they are dealing within. This is to protect the economic principles of member states and gives member states the jurisdiction to ban practices they see unfit to their own society without pushing unwanted policies onto fellow states.

    Corporations found violating laws of member nations will be subjected to a fair trial consisting of the offended state and the state to which the corporation belongs to.

    SEB has the jurisdiction and responsibility of inspecting all cargo to ensure that no smuggled goods are transferred between countries before the cargo is shipped. Corporations found trying to smuggle items will receive a fine and the attempted smuggled goods will be confiscated by the GEB. Further action will be taken if smuggled goods pose threat to a nation's security.

  • Section 5: Internal Affairs and Foreign Policy

    Establishes the Special Operations and Investigation Bureau (SOIB), the Surveillance and Intelligence Agency (SIA), the Border and Homeland Security Agency (BHSA), and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). These are meant to protect member states from internal and external threats with the use of counterintelligence, special forces, secret police, and anti-terrorist forces, as well as provide means of negotiations and intelligence on foreign nations.

    Establishes the Department of Human Services (DHS) which provides healthcare for the population of member states and comes to the aid of member nations undergoing disasters.

All nations who are a part of this treaty maintain their right to an independent and sovereign nation.

Signed,
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
Queen Charlotte E. Bloom
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
Principle Chairman Afonasei Smirnov
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
Chieftain Sigbjorn Whitebear
The Federation of Dernel
President Santino Tentatellhi
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
President Daniel Ryan

Addendum:

Current Council Members:
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
The Federation of Dernel
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
The Holy Empire of Snoodum pending
The Most Serene Republic of Mzeusia pending
The Imperium of Leonism pending

Added - The Federation of Aigania given temporary ninth seat in Council in the situation that The Imperium of Leonism does not take action. Upon the return of The Imperium of Leonism, the Council will determine which state would be better suited for the position of a permanent seat, of course with reservations as dictated by Section One of the Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations.

Read factbook


The Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations

  • Section 1: The Board Administrative Council.

    Establishes the Board Administrative Council,comprised of nine seats; these nine seats are held by nations the Board believes are best suited to guide the direction that the Board takes. Current members of the Council may be viewed at the addendum of this document which must be updated by member nations when a change occurs.

    Acts passed by the Board Administrative Council do not require the consent of all Council members, merely requiring a simple majority to pass. Unlawful nullification of any acts passed by the Council will be dealt with jointly by the Security Enforcers of the Board as described in Section 2 and the Global Economic Bureau as described in Section 4 which gives the Council the power to sanction delinquent members of the Board.

  • Section 2: Pledge of Military support.

    Establishes the Security Enforcers of the Board.

    Allows for joint operations of militaries to work in unison to protect key assets of each other's nation. The SEB will prioritize neutrality and defensive action rather than aggression.

    Commerce to countries outside of the Board are not required to be protected by another member nationís armed forces, however commerce between member states is required to be protected.

    Provide military equipment and technology to the SEB in order to keep combined force up to date with the latest tools and advancements to help combat against aggressors in the most efficient and advantageous way possible. In military action, efficiency in subduing targets is of the utmost importance.

    Provide joint military training to ensure that each fighting force is well trained and experienced in the previously mentioned technology and modern tactics.

    Provide joint military bases in each other's nations to ensure that aggression between member states does not occur.

    Although the militaries of each nation will work closely together on many missions, the independence of each nation's military is still recognized, however militaries are expected to put forth the greatest effort in maintaining a well rounded, well funded, well equipped, and well manned joint military.

  • Section 3: Pledge of R&D support.

    Allows for free travel of scientists between member nations to perform scientific experiments.

    Scientists working independently will hold rights to patents and all profit made. Governments will not be allowed to interfere with development of independent projects unless:

    A. It violates national security, or
    B. It violates the security of the Board.

    Investigations into suspicious persons and/or corporations are covered in Section 5. Independent researchers are expected to raise their own funds however they see fit, yet member states may be allowed to fund projects they deem necessary or important and withdraw funds from projects they no longer agree with. All scientific fields are protected.

    Establishes the Committee of Scientific Advancement and Development (CSAD).

    A group of representative scientists working for a member stateís government are required to be a part of the CSAD. The CSAD is a joint scientific research and development agency meant for the creation of government and military technology. The CSAD will be led by a board of directors consisting of one scientific mind from each member state. The priorities of the CSAD will be development of a Space Program, Information Technology, and Weapons Manufacturing for the use of member states governments and militaries.

  • Section 4. Pledge of Economic support.

    Establishes the Global Economic Bureau (GEB) which consists of agencies created to regulate and improve each nations economies and commerce. The goal of the GEB is to maximize profits for the Board and protect the businesses of member states.

    Establishes the Board Monetary Fund (BMF) to handle membership fees, financial loans and transactions, as well as a variety of other processes deemed necessary by the Board Administrative Council. The BMF also oversees the membership tax and ensures that this tax is collected in order to fund all agencies listed in this document in order to ensure the economic stability of the Board.

    Business practices of each nation will be protected, however corporations must abide only by laws set in place by the nation they are dealing within. This is to protect the economic principles of member states and gives member states the jurisdiction to ban practices they see unfit to their own society without pushing unwanted policies onto fellow states.

    Corporations found violating laws of member nations will be subjected to a fair trial consisting of the offended state and the state to which the corporation belongs to.

    SEB has the jurisdiction and responsibility of inspecting all cargo to ensure that no smuggled goods are transferred between countries before the cargo is shipped. Corporations found trying to smuggle items will receive a fine and the attempted smuggled goods will be confiscated by the GEB. Further action will be taken if smuggled goods pose threat to a nation's security.

  • Section 5: Internal Affairs and Foreign Policy

    Establishes the Special Operations and Investigation Bureau (SOIB), the Surveillance and Intelligence Agency (SIA), the Border and Homeland Security Agency (BHSA), and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). These are meant to protect member states from internal and external threats with the use of counterintelligence, special forces, secret police, and anti-terrorist forces, as well as provide means of negotiations and intelligence on foreign nations.

    Establishes the Department of Human Services (DHS) which provides healthcare for the population of member states and comes to the aid of member nations undergoing disasters.

All nations who are a part of this treaty maintain their right to an independent and sovereign nation.

Signed,
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
Queen Charlotte E. Bloom
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
Principle Chairman Afonasei Smirnov
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
Chieftain Sigbjorn Whitebear
The Federation of Dernel
President Santino Tentatellhi
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
President Daniel Ryan
The Green Pheonix of New Vedan
Emperor Kamereon Dragargon
The Armed Republic of Northern Westwald
Chancellor Johann Martin
The Federation of Aigania
AIGANIA

Addendum:

Current Council Members:
The Corporate Queendom of Northern Rosary Isles
The Federal Republic of Cossack Peoples
The Kingdom of The Northern Mountaineers
The Federation of Dernel
The Southern Republic of Glorious Society
The Armed Republic of Northern Westwald
The Holy Empire of Snoodum pending
The Most Serene Republic of Mzeusia pending
The Imperium of Leonism pending

Added - The Federation of Aigania given temporary seat in the Council in place of The Imperium of Leonism considering recent inactivity. Upon the return of The Imperium of Leonism, the Council will determine which state would be better suited for the position of a permanent seat, of course with reservations as dictated by Section One of the Board of Alliances, Freedoms, and International Accommodations.

Read factbook


The Federation of Aigania

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