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Welcome to the Quebec Ministry of Foreign and American Affairs. If you have any questions concerning diplomatic or trade issues, please contact us.

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[url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=111085&view=findpost&p=3014047"]The Boisclair Doctrine[/url]

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[url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=111082&view=findpost&p=2972659"]Quebec-Greenland MDoAP[/url]
[url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=112532&view=findpost&p=3028236"]Quebec-American Commonwealth ODP[/url]

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[center][b][size="4"]The Boisclair Doctrine[/size][/b]

[i]The Greater Quebec Government believe that the national policy of the Greater Quebec Republic, which has for its aim to ensure the peace of the the former Canadian territories and thereby contribute to the cause of peace throughout the world, is identical in spirit with the mission of the the North American Defense Union, which is to achieve peace and security. It has always been with pleasure, therefore, that this country has, as a relatively new member of the Union and a one of the most powerful members, extended a full measure of co-operation with its fellow members towards the attainment of its high purpose. It is indeed a matter of historical fact that Greater Quebec has continuously participated in the various activities of the Union with a zeal not inferior to that exhibited by any other nation. At the same time, it is, and has always been, the conviction of the Greater Quebec Government that in order to render possible the maintenance of peace in various regions of North America, it is necessary in existing circumstances to allow the operation of the Charter of the Union to vary in accordance with the actual conditions prevailing in each of those regions. Only by acting on this just and equitable principle can the Union fulfill its true purpose and mission, and increase its influence.

Acting on this conviction, the Greater Quebec Government declares its right to intervene in the former Canadian territories against nations which breaks the peace or stability of the region. Just the the Gibbs Doctrine had ultimately require intervention against chronic wrongdoing or an impotence which results in a general loosening of the ties of civilized society, so shall the Greater Quebec Republic move forward with any intervention that we may partake in our region for the common good, in the interests of one day, where our nation may not even exist for the path it now has begun to trod, but that one day where the North American continent can find itself able to parlay on equal terms with other regions of the world.

It is the duty of the Greater Quebec Republic to restore balance and stability to the former Canadian territories, and perhaps over the entire North American continent in the future.[/i][/center]

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[u][b]To:Quebec Ministry of Foreign and American Affairs
From: The Office of his majesty King Adama[/b][/u][/center]
[center]The Kingdom of Brazil would like to inquire as to the possibility of a free trade and aid agreement betwen our nations to further the Brazilian and Quebec economies and to help with the costs of creating a successful nation. If you should accept we would be very pleased, we hope for strong relations with our North American cousins.[/center][right] -King Bill Adama, sovereign of Brazil[/right][/quote]

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