Nation RP Name: Independent Realm of Klatenia
Nation Flag: Flag
Claim: Indonesia, East Timor, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore
Head of Government: Vincentius I, Emperor of Klatenia
Political System: Electoral semi-parliamentary monarchy
Capital City: Yogyanagaran (ceremonial), Jayakarta (administrative)
Total Population: 102,456,000
Established: 27 June 2006
GDP (Nominal): 94,450,000,000 USD
GDP (Nominal) Per Capita: 922 USD
Debt as Percent of GDP: 34 percent
Human Development Index: 0.533
Gini Coefficient: 0.34
Military Funding: 1.35 Billion USD (1.7%)
Active Duty: 300,000 personel
Reserves: 189,500 personel
Ground Forces: 156,500
Naval Forces: 106,430
Air Forces: 50,780
Brief Description of Military Capabilities: The Klatenian military saw a recent reorganization into a professional army after the proclamation of the empire. While it possesses the biggest military force in South-East Asia manpower-wise, the country still lacks behind in matters of modernization and technological equipment. The military serves as the country's backbone, participating in several other roles within and outside governmental roles.
Brief Description of the Modern-Day: While Klatenia manages to stabilize its territories over the course of time, modern-day Klatenia remains a fragile empire with wide-arrange of diverse subjects across the archipelago. The country is continuously juggling between regional autonomy and centralization in maintaining strict submission and contentment throughout the empire.
Outlook on the World: Klatenia has an adamant stance towards national sovereignty and economic protectionism. Diplomatic relations are limited to the extent of fulfilling national interests and military cooperation in defense of the realm. While the country is open to possibilities of bilateral cooperation with any country and even opportunities as observers in international organizations, formal memberships are seen as an infringement on national sovereignty and are still outside of its interests.
Problems: The wars that have come before have caused a population to shrink in South-East Asia's once highly populated region. The country's vast territory not only needs the necessary manpower to sustain its control over its realm but also to fulfilling its economic necessities. On the other hand, this vast and diverse territory also has heavily burdened the imperial armed forces in enforcing laws and stability throughout the country.
Diplomatic Mission Host Cities: Jayakarta (Embassy-level), Yogyanagaran, Surabaya, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Semarang, Bandar Seri Begawan, Bandung, Klaten, Denpasar, Solo, Bogor