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[quote]To: Imperator Jia
From: Muwaffaq Muta and the full government of The PRA

Subject: An effort to further our nations relations

Greetings Imperator Jia,

The PRA would like to extend an invitation to meet with our heads of state, in order to better develop our relations as well as discuss current affairs. We have been in connection since almost the very beginning of The PRA, due to our admittance into Red Dawn. Through Red Dawn, we were able to work together and develop relations. We wish to attempt to continue these relations. If willing, we would be more than happy to have you and/or a diplomatic team to attend this meeting, in The People's Republic of Africa's capital.
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[quote]To: Muwaffaq Muta
From: Office of the August Imperator

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Unfortunately the August Imperator is tied up in pressing business. If acceptable to you Grand Vizier Wei Hai, head of the Imperator's government is available. Is this acceptable?[/quote]

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[quote]To: Office of the August Imperator
From: Muwaffaq Muta

Message:

We would be happy to have Grand Vizier Wei Hai attend the meeting, given the circumstances. The meeting can be held in the PRA Capitol, مدينة لقنفذ البحر. We will have additional security at the Capitol's Airport and also at the compound بيت القادة (Our Capitol Building), which the meeting will be held at, to ensure the utmost safety for your Grand Vizier. [/quote]

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What the PRA would like to suggest is the following treaty between our nations:

[quote]Article I: Sovereignty
Both nations shall remain sovereign bodies. They shall not infringe on the other’s sovereignty nor shall they conduct any actions that may negatively affect the other nation. They refrain from conducting military acts of aggression or espionage against the other nation, directly or through another nation. The two nations shall also refrain from enforcing or upholding economic or trade sanctions against a fellow signatory.


Article II: Mutual Defense
Each nation recognizes that an attack on one signatory is an attack on the other. The signatories shall therefore provide any requested support in a defensive war, whether it be through military, financial, or political support. Should a member of one of the signatory’s blocs become under attack, the bloc member shall be considered an extension of that other signatory, only if the bloc has a mutual defense clause, or higher. Should a signatory become attacked due to an aggressive war, the treaty becomes optional. While being optional, the signatories are still urged to support one another’s endeavors.


Article III: Optional Aggression
a) Should either signatory choose to conduct or be a part of an aggressive action against another sovereign nation, they may request support from the other signatory, in terms of military, financial, or political support.
b) Should another country break the policy or doctrine of a signatory, the other signatory has the right to request support through the means listed above.
c) Any military action taken by or against a signatory can be considered a valid and legal casus belli for the other.


Article IV: Economic & Trade Affairs

a) Both signatories pledge to mutually eliminate tariffs on goods produced within the other’s nation. Both signatories agree to established a standard trade code in order to foster transaction between the two nations. Such will be managed by a jointly chaired trade commission tasked to oversee and manage international trade relations.
b) Both signatories are encouraged but in no way required to provide economic assistance or aid when requested.


Article V: Intelligence

a) Both signatories agree to share any and all information found by either signatory that is relevant to the safety and sovereignty the other signatory.
b) Both signatories shall inform the other of any intelligence which may result in a war, either of aggression or defense for either signatory.


Article VI: Cancellation

a) Should Article I, Article II, Article IV, or Article V be violated by either signatory, the counter signatory may choose to immediately dissolve this pact in its entirety.
b) Should either nation come to decide that they no longer wish to be bound by this pact, it may be cancelled at any point. However its articles will remain in effect for 48 hours after either private or public notification of the activation of Article VI.

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OoC: Edited spacing :v:

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[quote]b) Should another country break the policy or doctrine of a signatory, the other signatory has the right to request support through the means listed above.[/quote]

Perhaps we should revise this too:

[quote]b) Both signatories guarantee at the time of this treaty that we agree with the doctrines and policy of the other signatory. Should another country break the policy or doctrine of a signatory in place at the time of the treaty's signing, the other signatory has the right to request support through the means listed above. Should new doctrines and policies be enacted, in order for sub-article B both signatories must be consulted and not express objection.[/quote]

I would also think it would be a good idea for us to list our doctrines and policies we expect you to support:

The United Federation is opposed to nuclear first strikes, we are opposed to secessionism, terrorism, and extremism. We view only one state as China and that is our nation and will protect ethnic chinese globally. We are opposed to colonies in East Asia and the nearby Pacific Rim. We reserve the right to act to defend the stability of the Pacific Rim and preserve the security of sea lines for us and our allies. We are outright opposed to the use of biological weapons and most chemical weapons.

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[quote name='Triyun' timestamp='1301177067' post='2677495']
Perhaps we should revise this too:



I would also think it would be a good idea for us to list our doctrines and policies we expect you to support:

The United Federation is opposed to nuclear first strikes, we are opposed to secessionism, terrorism, and extremism. We view only one state as China and that is our nation. We are opposed to colonies in East Asia and the nearby Pacific Rim. We reserve the right to act to defend the stability of the Pacific Rim and preserve the security of sea lines for us and our allies. We are outright opposed to the use of biological weapons and most chemical weapons.
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Agreed. We agree with your policies and would be willing to support them. In addition to your policies, we also reserve the right to support Socialist and Communist movements worldwide through Red Dawn. This aid can consist of political recognition, financial support, or direct/indirect military support, which we shall continue to do at our discretion.

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[quote name='Triyun' timestamp='1301195493' post='2677814']
While we are sympathetic with this goal, we would request that in the event that it conflicts with other treaty obligations we have you not ask us to support you in this matters.
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We agree, and shall remain conscious of your position when we make our choices to support movements. If we do chose to support a movement which creates a conflict with a treaty partner of yours, we acknowledge your request, and will not ask for your support.

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Indeed excellent. Here is the final copy of the official treaty:

[quote]Article I: Sovereignty
Both nations shall remain sovereign bodies. They shall not infringe on the other’s sovereignty nor shall they conduct any actions that may negatively affect the other nation. They refrain from conducting military acts of aggression or espionage against the other nation, directly or through another nation. The two nations shall also refrain from enforcing or upholding economic or trade sanctions against a fellow signatory.


Article II: Mutual Defense
Each nation recognizes that an attack on one signatory is an attack on the other. The signatories shall therefore provide any requested support in a defensive war, whether it be through military, financial, or political support. Should a signatory become attacked due to an aggressive war, the treaty becomes optional. While being optional, the signatories are still urged to support one another’s endeavors.


Article III: Optional Aggression
a) Should either signatory choose to conduct or be a part of an aggressive action against another sovereign nation, they may request support from the other signatory, in terms of military, financial, or political support.
b) Both signatories guarantee at the time of this treaty that we agree with the doctrines and policy of the other signatory. Should another country break the policy or doctrine of a signatory in place at the time of the treaty's signing, the other signatory has the right to request support through the means listed above. Should new doctrines and policies be enacted, in order for sub-article B both signatories must be consulted and not express objection.
c) Any military action taken by or against a signatory can be considered a valid and legal casus belli for the other.


Article IV: Economic & Trade Affairs

a) Both signatories pledge to mutually eliminate tariffs on goods produced within the other’s nation. Both signatories agree to established a standard trade code in order to foster transaction between the two nations. Such will be managed by a jointly chaired trade commission tasked to oversee and manage international trade relations.
b) Both signatories are encouraged but in no way required to provide economic assistance or aid when requested.


Article V: Intelligence

a) Both signatories agree to share any and all information found by either signatory that is relevant to the safety and sovereignty the other signatory.
b) Both signatories shall inform the other of any intelligence which may result in a war, either of aggression or defense for either signatory.


Article VI: Cancellation

a) Should Article I, Article II, Article IV, or Article V be violated by either signatory, the counter signatory may choose to immediately dissolve this pact in its entirety.
b) Should either nation come to decide that they no longer wish to be bound by this pact, it may be cancelled at any point. However its articles will remain in effect for 48 hours after either private or public notification of the activation of Article VI.


[b]Signed for The United Federation of The East,[/b]

[i]Wei Hai[/i], Grand Vizier of the People's Government, United Federation of the East

[b]Signed for The People's Republic of Africa,[/b]
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[i]Muwaffaq Muta[/i], Minister of Foreign Affairs
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[i]Abdul-Haqq Ibn Waffles[/i], Head of Parliament

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