Sarah Tintagyl Posted September 7, 2011 Report Share Posted September 7, 2011 The recent annexation of Zargathia by the United Federation of the East had sent minor vibrations through Asia and the world. However while the news had been pretty much glossed over by the global community, Theresia saw the potential that the collapse of the Zargathian state could cause problems in the Federation's future. The people of Manchuria had been ruled under Queen Amyante for sometime and now would find themselves ruled by another Empress, they had both been from Europe and both had been from liberal schools of thought. However, now it was time for a clean transfer of power between the past regime to the present. From what Theresia had discovered of Amyante, she was an independent woman who had ruled her country with as much independence and compassion as any modern leader. It was the field of realpolitik that had done her in and perhaps if she had someone who could guide her, relate to her problems, and shape her mind to the trials and tribulations of modern politics. Zargathia, it's people, and it's queen could become the loyal citizens that Jia wanted in the first place, but who would also fit into the liberal and progressive environment that was sweeping and hopefully would continue to grow within the Federation. Thus, a small missive was sent to the Former Queen, Amyante, from Empress Maria Theresia asking for her audience in the Imperial Court at Qingyuan to speak, privately, between women about the future of Zargathia, Amyante's opinions on the situation, the UFE's viewpoints and other. The entire meeting would be private and the Empress hoped that it would mend the broken bonds between the two regions of the Federation and cement stability throughout Asia. [quote] [i]... My sincerest hopes are that you will be able to make it to Qingyuan very soon and we can engage in the type of dialogue benefiting two ladies. What has happened is part of the cycle of politics, but there are positives on both sides for our people and I hope we can discuss them. I look forward to meeting, Your Excellency, with much haste. Sincerely, Maria Theresia[/i] [/quote] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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