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The North Wind Compact

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Ladies and Gentlemen,

It makes me very proud to be the one to introduce this very special agreement between the North Atlantic Defense and the Christian Coalition of Countries. The "extended defense pact" was brought to us by Wes the Wise, CCC's Minister of Foreign Affairs as an innovative idea that fixes some of the faults of a mutual defense or agression pact. Our relationship is a special one - we've fought together in war and been very attentive to each other in peace. It's hard to find such good friends on Bob. This treaty has been a longtime coming (over a year in fact). Therefore it is very rewarding to present this joint announcement from our great alliances.

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[quote][center][size="4"][b]The North Wind Compact[/b][/size]

The North Atlantic Defense Coalition - Christian Coalition of Countries Extended Defense Pact[/center]

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The North Atlantic Defense Coalition and the Christian Coalition of Countries hereby commit to uphold the following principles of nonaggression, respect, and defense outlined in this Extended Defense Pact.


This treaty is signed in good faith, and is based upon the noble ideals of friendship, cooperation, and protection common to all of us. It is signed not only in the pursuit of peace, which many times becomes stagnant, but in the hopes that both signatory alliances will work together to actively pursue a better future by guaranteeing their security. In the signing of this treaty, it must be clear that both organizations and their members will remain sovereign.


The signatory alliances and their members will treat each other with as much respect and decency as they would their own members. Signatories will show tact and consideration when addressing any grievances, namely by making full use of proper diplomatic channels.


No member nation of either alliance will declare war on any member nation of the other, provide aid (be it military, money, technology, or knowledge) to enemies of the other, or commit acts of espionage against the other.

[center][u]Mutual Defense[/u][/center]

In the signing of this pact, both sides agree to defend and aid one another in times of war when requested by the other signatory alliance. Should either of the signatory alliances be attacked by another power, the other is required to come to to its assistance with its full strength and resources.To request assistance in a time of war, the alliance which is in need must first send a request to the other signatory alliance. That alliance then has 48 hours, or two days, to fully prepare for the shift from peace to war for maximum war efficiency. The options of termination outlined in Article VI are still available even after assistance is requested and granted. If one alliance commits a warranted act of aggression and requests assistance from the other signatory alliance, that alliance is not required to grant the request. However, the other signatory is still highly encouraged to offer their assistance. Let it be known that this treaty provides all signatories with full legal justification to enter a conflict that concerns the other, if they so choose.

[center][u]Extended Defense[/u][/center]

The signatory alliances recognize that an attack on either signatory's allies or protectorates is also a potential threat to the signatory itself. In consequence, the signatory alliances reserve the right to provide optional assistance to each other in the fulfillment of any defensive obligations either may have toward its other treatied allies.

[center][u]Non-Chaining Clause[/u][/center]

If either signatory is countered due to their aggressive declaration of war, in fulfilling a defensive obligation or otherwise, then the defense clause of this treaty becomes optional.


If either signatory alliance feels that this treaty has been unjustly violated and resulting diplomatic negotiations have not offered any sort of resolution, they have the right to withdraw from the treaty by the express will of their respective decision making bodies. Notification of withdrawal must be given to the other signatory within fourty-eight hours. Should this treaty be revoked by either alliance, a twenty-four hour grace period begins in which neither alliance may declare war on the other, after which no such rules apply.

[b]Signed For the North Atlantic Defense Coalition,[/b]

Tony2456, [i]Secretary General[/i]

GGXI of Martini Land
[i]Deputy Secretary General & Foreign Affairs Minister[/i]

Scotia the Brave
[i]Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister[/i]

[i]Approved by the Atlantic Council[/i]


[b]Signed For the Christian Coalition of Countries,[/b]


[i]Vice Chancellor[/i]

[i]Minister of Internal Affairs[/i]

[i]Minister of Defense[/i]

Wes the Wise
[i]Minister of Foreign Affairs[/i]

Edited by Gordon Gin XI
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[quote name='Steve Buscemi' timestamp='1316326574' post='2802890']
itt: an attempt to start a new treaty type.

Long live Charles IV!
Seems your history is a bit foggy; Azure Mantle was the one who wrote the ToA and the ACT, not EC6. Good guess though. :)

Also, I believe CCC has had the EDP around for awhile, so it isn't really "new." :P

Since we signed our ACT, CCC has been one of our most steadfast allies. I'm glad to see this upgrade finally come to fruition. :awesome:

Edited by Kochers
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