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We are the Organization of Imperial Nations

An alliance is a group of nations that come together in a setting of loyalty and camaraderie. They are full of people you can talk to and become friends with, and even tag team against another nation in a tech raid or war. If you are lucky you get close with your fellow members, learn about their daily lives, give advice on helping with their nations, or even just telling them to check out a funny youtube link. You won't get along with everyone in your alliance, perhaps. But you are a family, you accept each other for who they are. You team up and go fight someone, or kill each other in a "bar fight thread".

Either way, an alliance offers help and friendship, and here is what we offer on top of that:

* Boost program that gives up to 5M per month to active nations - an older nation adopts a smaller one and sends them aid when ever needed

* Fast growing - the last two months we have doubled in size

* Democratic - we have elections every month, you can even run the alliance if you win. And everyone votes in the senate and has equal say.

* Allows tech raiding - you can raid other nations for tech and we offer protection from those raiding you

* Long history - was around and active in all three Great Wars

* Setup trade circles - we have permanent trade circles so no more annoying and costly cancelations

* Active in foreign affairs, but with peace as a goal.

* Active and friendly community - many people are in more than 3 times a day posting on the forum

****** and LOTS more!!!

Come check us out!! I know you won't regret it :D

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Sorry, couldn't resist to post our charter here, hopefully it won't scare anyone away. Still working on the brief version :rolleyes:

Though basically just the things mob said already, but this is just for the people who want to read about our regulations and would like to see how we are organized.

Charter of the Organization of Imperial Nations

I. OIN Government

A. Preamble

The OIN government contains several positions and the hierarchy and working of each position is described in this article. The OIN government is the governing body of the OIN alliance and is responsible for the alliance’s decisions.

B. Government Positions

  • 1.0.1 The government is formed by all OIN government positions and by the OIN senate. Available positions are Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Minister of Foreign Relations, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of Economy, Minister of Defence, Minister of Recruitment, Grand-Ambassador and Major-General. The OIN senate consists out of all OIN members.
  • 1.2.1 This paragraph describes each position with the required responsibilities and decisions each function may make.
  • 1.2.2 Chancellor
    The Chancellor is the head of state of the government of the OIN. He/She shall preside over all councils within the OIN. He is responsible for leading the nations of the OIN, for representing them diplomatically to the world, and represents the intentions of the alliance. He/she is in charge of all Ministry activity.
    The Chancellor may veto any legislations approved by the OIN senate which has passed with a less than 75% majority.
    The Chancellor is the head military officer in the OIN. He may issue nations to activate wars for personal gain if he/she so chooses. The Chancellor may raise the alliance’s DEFCON level at any time.
    The Chancellor has the authoritative power to kick a member state out of the OIN without a vote by the OIN senate. The OIN senate can overrule the chancellor with a 75% majority.
    The Chancellor may overrule decisions made by Ministers, after which a final vote in the senate will have to follow.
  • 1.2.3 Vice Chancellor
    The Vice Chancellor is the second in line the Chancellor. The Vice Chancellor has no authoritative power over any Minister and cannot veto any vote. The Vice Chancellor can move to kick a member state out of the OIN.
    If either the Chancellor or Minister of Internal Affairs is missing the Vice Chancellor is required to fill those roles. The Vice chancellor is a member of all councils in the OIN.
  • 1.2.4 Minister of Foreign Relations
    The Minister of Foreign Relations heads the foreign affairs department and is the second most authoritative member in the OIN on matters of inter-alliance politics and treaties. The Minister of Foreign Affairs is responsible of maintaining diplomatic bonds with all alliances and will have to appoint ambassadors and diplomats.
    Furthermore, the Minister of Foreign Affairs should be updating and maintaining any kind of documentation and should announce in public new treaties or policy changes of the OIN when it affects other alliances as well. However, the Minister of Foreign Affairs may also ask/appoint a spokesman for him.
    The Grand ambassador is the deputy to the Minister of Foreign Relations and is appointed by the Minister of Foreign Relations.
  • 1.2.5 Grand Ambassador
    The purpose of the Grand ambassador is to assist the Minister of Foreign Relations with his or her duties as head of the foreign relations department. This includes checking on diplomatic ties with all foreign alliances, monitoring any foreign relations affair and replaces the OIN Minister of Foreign Relations temporarily when the Minister of Foreign Relations can’t execute his duties for a short period.
  • 1.2.6 Minister of Defence
    The Minister of Defence is in charge of all military matters of the OIN. The Minister of Defence is responsible for preparing all platoons for hostilities and to formally answer all rogue activities of non-OIN members. The Minister of Defence updates and maintains the Rapid Deployment Forces in order to repel any treats.
    During war time, the Minister of Defence is responsible for assigning targets to each platoon and giving daily reports on the OIN war machine and its status in the war.
    The Major-General is the deputy of the Minister of Defence and is appointed by the Minister of Defence.
  • 1.2.7 Major-General
    The purpose of the Major General is to assist the Minister of Defence commanding OIN’s military force. He is the deputy of the Minister of Defence and helps the Minister of Defence and the Chancellor with the attacks against rogues, and war time strategies.
  • 1.2.8 Minister of Internal Affairs
    The Minister of Internal Affairs is responsible for running the insider of the OIN and dealing with domestic affairs. If the Chancellor or Vice Chancellor are both absent from their duty the Minister of the Interior is next in line to assume power of the OIN until such time when either of those two governmental officers return to the alliance.
    The Minister of Internal Affairs is in charge of the elections and is responsible for starting and closing nominations and starting and closing the elections, and update the government list if a new government has been elected.
    The Minister of Internal Affairs is in charge of monitoring all OIN members’ behaviour and may correct this behaviour with punishments.
    The Minister of Internal Affairs is responsible for administering all impeachment and expulsion trials in the OIN senate as long as the Minister of Internal Affairs is not the one being charged. Furthermore, the Minister of Internal Affairs is in charge in closing all voting polls once they have been approved by the OIN senate.
    If the Minister of Internal Affairs cannot perform his duties for any reason the Vice Chancellor shall assume his or her position.
  • 1.2.9 Minister of Recruitment
    The Minister of Recruitment is in charge of the Recruitment Department and the appointing of all recruitment officers. The Minister of Recruitment is responsible for all OIN recruitment campaigns and to recruit more members for the OIN, in any way the Minister of Recruitment judges necessary, as long as it doesn’t provoke third parties.
  • 1.2.10 Minister of Economy
    The Minister of Economy is in charge of the OIN’s economy, boosting programs and trading programs. He or she is supposed to send the aid where it is needed most and where the OIN priorities lay, and this minister is responsible for keeping the bank nations filled with enough money.
    During war time, the Minister of Economy is in charge of all aid programs to keep the OIN military fighting. The minister may appoint (more) bank nations if he or she wishes to do so.
  • 1.3.1 OIN Senate
    All OIN members are automatically part of the OIN Senate and the senate is designed as a final deciding organ. Every proposal, from domestic or foreign affairs, should be approved by the OIN Senate at all times.

C. Elections

  • 1.0.1 The government is elected by the OIN senate, during the election period. Elections start at the last two days of each month, and will continue on the first two days of each new month. All OIN members are free to nominate themselves for any position and all members have a right to vote during the elections. Elect able positions are: Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Minister of Foreign Relations, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of Economy, Minister of Defence and the Minister of Recruitment. Each OIN member can nominate himself for either zero (0), one, (1) or two (2) positions.
  • 1.1.1 The Minister of Internal Affairs is in charge of the elections and he or she has to start the elections by making nomination topics on the last two days of each month (or earlier). He or she then has to close these topics, on the first day of each month and should immediately create for each position a poll, where all candidates who nominated themselves for specific positions are listed. He or she will have to close the polls again on the beginning of the third day of each month. If there are any ties the new elected Chancellor may break any tie, or may start another round for the positions in which candidates have an equal amount of votes. If the Chancellor election is tied, the Chancellor election will continue until a difference of at least one (1) votes is reached.
  • 1.1.2 A candidate is elected for a position when he or she has a majority vote of 50% +1.
  • 1.1.3 The two positions Grand-Ambassador and Major-General are not elect able and are chosen by elected government members. The Minister of Foreign Relations may choose a Grand-Ambassador and the Minister of Defence may choose a Major-General. Furthermore, the Minister of Defence and/or the Major-General may choose Platoon leaders or keep current Platoon leaders. The Minister of Economy may choose new bank nations or keep current bank nations as well.

II. OIN Senate

A. Preamble

The OIN Senate will serve as the final say in all inter-alliance and domestic matters. All OIN members are automatically granted a position in the senate and all members have the right to elect, to propose, and to vote whatever they prefer.

B. Legislation

  • 1.0.1 All proposals should follow a format where a short introduction is firstly given, followed by the actual proposal. If this is a treaty, the treaty should be included at all times, unless the standard OIN template is used. If this is a domestic proposal, or if this affects the OIN position in regards to inter-alliance politics and is not an inter-alliance agreement proposal, the proposing party will have to start a discussion where all parties are allowed to state their arguments and reasoning, before a voting round can be started.
  • 1.0.2 A proposal should first contain <approve> as an option, followed by a second option <decline>. It should be written in such a way that <approve> is approving a new law, or proposal, and <decline> will have the meaning of declining the proposal.
  • 1.0.3 A proposal will be approved and passed once a 60% majority has been reached after 48 hours. The only two exceptions to this rule, are either the emergency voting procedure, as described in article II, chapter B, paragraph 1.1.x, or the declaration of war procedure, as described in article II, chapter B, paragraph 1.2.x.
  • 1.0.4 The Minister of Internal Affairs will be in charge of closing a voting procedure. If the Minister of Internal Affairs doesn't proceed according to the official procedure rules, any member may appeal for a second round and the first round will be declared illegal and void, if the Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice Chancellor, judges the appeal to be justified on juristic terms.
  • 1.1.1 The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, Minister of Defence, Minister of Foreign Relations or the Minister of Internal Affairs may judge a situation to be adequate to start an emergency voting procedure in the OIN senate.
  • 1.1.2 In order to pass an emergency vote, the standard format described in article II, chapter B, paragraph 1.0.2 should be followed. A 90% majority vote has to be reached within a minimum of 6 hours, and it is required that 40% of the current government has voted, including the Chancellor or in his absence the Vice Chancellor. Furthermore, 100% of the government members who voted in the poll have to agree in order to pass the proposal. Therefore it is also necessary that every government member makes his vote public viewable in the poll. If these requirements have not been met, the voting will continue until the requirements have been reached in order to pass an emergency vote.
  • 1.1.3 The emergency voting procedure can be closed when the requirements have been reached by any government position. If the emergency proposal has been declined, because a government member voted <decline>, or the 90% majority will not be reached, the normal voting procedures can again be followed.
  • 1.2.1 When the security and survival of the OIN is at stake and the OIN government has been asked to declare itself to be in a state of an inter-alliance war, the Minister of Defence, The Minister of Foreign Relations, the Vice Chancellor and/or the Chancellor may start a voting procedure in order to pass a Declaration of War.
  • 1.2.2 Before such voting should take place, it is highly recommended that every OIN member is informed of the current situation and that every member should be aware that they have to proceed with caution and should be extremely carefully in order what to choose. Furthermore, every government member should be aware of their position and their duty which is to decide whatever is best for the OIN as a whole, disregarding personal consequences.
  • 1.2.3 The voting procedure for a Declaration of War will need a 90% approval and will have to last for a minimum of 12 hours, after every government member is e-mailed on their personal address and has been notified by any other means necessary, such as the Personal Mail on the forums. At least 50% of the government will have to participate in the voting procedure, and therefore as described in article II, chapter B, paragraph 1.1.2 as well, will have to state their vote in public in the voting topic, or, the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor with a 100% majority and a minimum duration of 12 hours, may replace a 50% participation of the government.
  • 1.2.4 A Declaration of War will have to be posted in public on the official CyberNations forums, in the Alliance Politics section, before any OIN member is allowed to participate in an inter-alliance conflict. The topic title should follow the following format:
    Topic title: <OIN Declaration of War>
    Topic description: <on \\insert foreign alliance here//>
    In the box for 'enter your post' should be stated once again the exact Declaration of War, this includes the declaring alliance (we, the OIN), and the alliance which we (the OIN) declare upon. Furthermore an explanation can be included, though this is not required. This may be posted by any OIN member appointed by the Chancellor, or in his absence, the Vice Chancellor.
  • 1.3.1 Every last two days of each month, everyone can apply for Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister of Economy, Minister of Defence Minister of Foreign Relations and Minister of Recruitment. At the beginning of each month, every application topic is closed and for each position a different poll is created with each candidate included. The voting will last until the third day of each month (so polls can be closed at the end of every second day of the month). To win an election a candidate needs a 50% + 1 majority. The Chancellor of the past month may decide on any ties, and the Minister of Internal Affairs of the last month is in charge of creating, closing and opening each topic and poll.
  • 1.3.2 All Non-Aggression-Pacts are automatically passed and do not need a vote, as long as the proposal contains our own standard NAP template. If something has been adjusted it again needs the normal procedure. It is required that the OIN has an active Non-Aggression-Pact treaty before any further negotiations about other treaties may continue.

III. OIN Membership

A. Preamble

This article is about the very basic duties and morals of an OIN member and what an OIN member stands for. It also describes the rules which are to be applied to every OIN member, in either peace or war time.

B. Acceptance Procedure and OIN academy

Before an applicant can become a full member of the OIN, he or she has to proceed through a stage know as the OIN academy. The applicant will learn about the fundamental integrities of the OIN, and the OIN will try to find out as well how the new personality fits in the organization. This chapter describes the precise procedures of the OIN academy.

  • 1.0.1 Every new applicant has to register an account on the official OIN forums (found at http://s9.invisionfree.com/OIN ). The applicant has to answer a couple of questions, described in the <New Recruits - Sign Up> forum. Every applicant has the right to request help from anyone else, though the form has to be filled in correctly and truthfully. If a new applicant makes a mistake, the Minister of Recruitment, the Minister of Internal Affairs, the Chancellor or the Vice Chancellor may ask other questions which will have to be answered before an applicant can be accepted.
  • 1.0.2 The application has to follow certain rules and regulations. First of all, he or she should fill in the form according to article III, chapter B, paragraph 1.0.1. If this has been done according to the regulations, the government official who processes the application has to check the given information, such as nation name, ruler name, the link provided, and the current wars the member is involved in. If there are errors in the application, the government official will have to ask the same questions again and the applicant will have to ask these questions truthfully before the applicant may proceed. It is vital that no members are allowed to proceed who either give false information, or who are in a state of war. The Minister of Recruitment, the Minster of Internal affairs, the Chancellor or the Vice Chancellor, henceforth also known as government representatives in this chapter only, can either approve or decline an application and should state what the next step for the applicant will be, should mask the applicant with the appropriate mask, and should close the topic afterwards.
    All applicants are allowed to post one application daily, until 3 applications have been refused, and the applicant should be banned for one year.
  • 1.0.3 If a government representative approves the application, the same government official will have to mask the applicant as <OIN Academy Member> and should state what is expected of the applicant, before the government representative closes the topic.
  • 1.1.1 The OIN Academy is a full part of the OIN and falls under the direct jurisdiction of the OIN government and alliance as a whole, and an attack upon the OIN Academy will be judged as an attack on the OIN as a whole. The OIN Academy contains new applicants who want to join the OIN and do not have a nation stronger than 1,000 Nation Strength points (or NS in short), and who don’t have more than 20 posts on the OIN forums on their current account. The new OIN member stays in the OIN Academy until he or she reaches both requirements, or his or her integrity is judged too low to be allowed in the OIN by a government representative.
  • 1.1.2 It is the job of the OIN Academy to learn to the new applicants and new members about the OIN, the game CyberNations, and how to communicate with other OIN members. The OIN Academy falls under the direct jurisdiction of the OIN government, and directly under the Minister of Internal Affairs and Minister of Recruitment, though it is allowed that a government representative assigns a new applicant, or even an OIN member, to become in charge of the OIN Academy under supervision. The Minister of Internal Affairs, is the Chief Executive Officer of the OIN Academy and of the Minister of Recruitment, and the OIN Academy Government in education.
  • 1.1.3 The OIN Academy Government in Education (or AGE in short, which stands for Academy Government in Education), allows the following positions:
    Deputy of Internal Affairs (DoIA), Deputy of Recruitment (DoR) Deputy of Economy (DoE) and Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO). The OIN Academy Government in Education is premeditated to offer a learning experience for those who may be capable enough of becoming a government member. Any OIN member of OIN Academy member may request such a position, or may be asked for such a position.
  • 1.1.3.1 Deputy of Internal Affairs
    This function is premeditated to supervise the behaviour of new recruits and is supposed to educate the new recruits. The DoIA will have to contact a government representative if he or she judges a new recruit to be untrustworthy. Furthermore, the DoIA will have to answer any question asked by a new recruit, as long as this doesn’t involves sharing confidential information about the OIN government or confidential information which can be hazardous to the OIN as a well when shared. Only non-important but useful information may be shared. The DoIA may contact a government representative or administrator when a OIN Academy member meets the requirements This position is optional.
  • 1.1.3.2 Deputy of Recruitment
    This function is premeditated to learn new recruits, if willingly, to recruit other recruits, and he or she has to mention the advantages of doing, which means the advantages for the OIN as a whole and the personal gain for the new recruit. Furthermore, this position is given the most important task to contact new members about potential problems and will have to try to keep new members active on a daily basis to make sure the new recruit will be a decent addition to the OIN. The DoR may contact a government representative or administrator when a OIN Academy member meets the requirements. This position is optional.
  • 1.1.3.3 Deputy of Economy
    This function is premeditated to establish Trade Circles (or TC’s), to educate in cooperation with the DoIA the new recruits in economy and nation building. The OIN Academy has the full acces to any normal OIN education document or guide, though if these documents are shared with third parties, this will be considered to be an act of espionage. Furthermore, the DoE will have to ability to organize aid chains and economic help, granted by the Minister of Economy and the OIN Boost Program project to help new (active) recruits to build their nations. However, the DoE should closely supervise the activities of the OIN Academy Members and should determine, based on these activities, whether a member will be an addition to the OIN or not. This position is optional.
  • 1.1.3.4 Deputy Chief Executive Officer
    This function is premeditated to supervise the general working of the OIN Academy as a whole and will have to keep in close communication with every other position in the OIN Academy, and with the Minister of Recruitment and Minister of Internal Affairs. The DCEO is ‘in charge’ of the OIN Academy and may suggest changes to the OIN Academy or make execute orders given by a government representative. However, a government representative may also give minor responsibilities to the DCEO in order to let him make small decisions on his own, as long as these decisions do not affect the OIN in a negative way and as long as these decisions are approved by a government representative, or under the supervision of a government representative. The DCEO may contact a government representative or administrator when a OIN Academy member meets the requirements This position is optional.

C. General Membership Regulations

This chapter describes the duties a full OIN member has, and the laws which every OIN member will have to follow. Furthermore, this chapter deals with the kind of punishments and the way how and when a member can be expelled from the OIN alliance or can terminate his membership. The regulations before a member can become an OIN member are described in article III, chapter B.

  • 1.0.1 First of all, every OIN member should follow the regulations described in the latest charter version, published by the Chancellor and approved by the senate on the OIN boards. Every OIN member should be familiar with the regulations described in this document.
  • 1.0.2 Every OIN member is under the direct command of the OIN government, and should follow an order given by a superior. However we strongly condemn following absurd orders, government members are mostly ruled and to not follow commands is considered treachery.
    We, the OIN, believe that every member has his own responsibilities and should face the consequences of his personal mistakes, if these errors can not be explained by a delinquency of the OIN government or OIN representative. The rules for an OIN member as described in article III, chapter C, paragraphs 1.0.3.
  • 1.0.3.1 An OIN member may never insult or flame any other member on a public forum, or any member of any other alliance. As a conclusion, an OIN member may not post discriminating, offensive, or illegal content on any forum, board or share it in any way possible with others.
  • 1.0.3.2 An OIN member must always obey to the regulations for declaring a war described in article III, chapter D.
  • 1.0.3.3 An OIN member should listen to superior officers and should take their advise into serious consideration. Orders should be executed at once.
  • 1.0.3.4 An OIN member should always follow the rules and regulations of the Cybernations game, as described on http://www.cybernations.net.
  • 1.0.3.5 An OIN member should always follow the terms and regulations given by InvisionFree, accepted when creating a forum account.
  • 1.0.3.6 An OIN member is not allowed to share confidential or trusted information for OIN members only, with third parties. This is considered to be espionage and the worst endeavour of treachery one may perpetrate.
  • 1.0.3.7 An OIN member may never aid, trade of help by any means possible an enemy of the OIN or an enemy of an ally of the OIN.
  • 1.0.3.8 An OIN member is not allowed to have another membership of another alliance in CyberNations. This is considered to be espionage and the worst endeavour of treachery one may perpetrate. All diplomatic masks are allowed though on forums of other alliances.
  • 1.0.3.9 An OIN member may never state his or her own projections as OIN policies or create an illusion that his or her thoughts are shared by the OIN as a whole. When posting an opinion on a public forum, it should be clear whether this is the official stance of the OIN as a whole, or whether these are his own conclusions and opinions. An OIN member is allowed to share these opinions as long as they are allowed by the charter. It is strongly recommended that if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.
  • 1.0.3.10 An OIN member may leave the alliance at any time, though he or she will have to announce their parting, list their reasoning and should repay any gifts, loans or aid given by other OIN members or allies of the OIN. Giving loans, gifts or aid can not be reclaimed by a parting member.
  • 1.0.3.11 In any matter this charter does not describe sati factionary, the Minister of Internal Affairs may decide with the Chancellor and/or in his absence the Vice Chancellor if an OIN member has committed a unlawful activity and if he or she should be punished or face consequences.
  • 1.0.4.1 The punishments an OIN member can receive are given by the Minister of Internal Affairs, as described in article III, chapter C, paragraph 1.0.3.11. Punishments can go from expulsion out of the OIN alliance, paying reparations, expulsion out of the game by the CN administrator, warnings, posting restrictions, communication restrictions, impermanent bans or permanent bans, permanent expulsion and ZI-sentences or other forms of assaults.

D. Rules of Engagement

This chapter is dedicated to the OIN regulations for members during armed conflicts, and is an addition to the General Membership Regulations chapter.

  • 1.0.1 Every OIN member will need permission from the Minister of Defence, the Chancellor and/or in his absence the Vice Chancellor, or a Platoon leader, before he or she may declare open warfare against other nations or may join an armed conflict.
  • 1.0.2 OIN members are not allowed to attack other OIN members, unless special authorization has been given. Furthermore, all OIN members will have to honour every signed and active inter-alliance agreement and may never attack allies of the OIN.
  • 1.0.3.1 The OIN describes four (4) different kinds of attacks, being Tech Raids, Inter-Alliance conflicts, Training Exercises and Counter-Attacks. Tech Raid is defined as attacking a nation to steal his technology or other goods rather than defeating the opponent viewed from a military perspective. The main principal behind Tech Raid is an economical one, and not a military one. Inter-Alliance conflicts are defined as (large) conflicts between alliances where two or more groups oppose each other. Training Exercises are defined as a military engagement with the sole purpose to offer a learning experience for the attacking, or defending nation, and the goal is not necessarily to defeat or damage the other opponent. And the last kind, the Counter-Attack, is defined as any form of action taken against an assault on an OIN member.
  • 1.0.3.2 Before an OIN member may Tech Raid, there are several rules which he or she will have to check. The OIN only allows attack upon unaligned, inactive nations and you will need permission before engaging. The OIN does not encourage Tech Raiding, but allows Tech Raiding. An inactive nation is defined as a nation who hasn’t collected taxes for a period of three (3) days at least. An unaligned nation is considered to be a group of people smaller than five (5) members, or one (1) member. For larger groups a Declaration of War is required and it will be known as an Inter-Alliance conflict.
  • 1.0.3.3 Before any nation may participate in an inter-alliance conflict, an official Declaration of War will be published as also described in article II, chapter B. It is vital that OIN members do not engage any assigned targets before the Declaration of War is posted. On the forums, you will find more information regarding targets and what is going to happen. The Chancellor is the supreme leader during such wartime situations and may call for an emergency situation and emergency voting procedures. Furthermore, the alliance DEFCON will be changed and aid will be given to casualties of war if possible.
  • 1.0.3.4 Training Exercises are controlled by the Platoon Leaders, Minister of Defence or the Chancellor and/or in his absence the Vice Chancellor. It is essential that every participating OIN member follows the exact protocols given by the Commanding Officer. Permission should not be requested manually by participating OIN members as the attacks on specific targets are already authorized by the Commanding Officer.
  • 1.0.3.5 When an OIN member is under attack, there can be two different circumstances. The first option is that an OIN member is under attack by an unaligned nation, or rogue nation. The second option is that an OIN member is under attack by an aligned nation. In the first case every OIN member is free to launch attacks on the aggressor; in the second event the alliance leadership will try to contact the assaulting nation and his alliance leadership about the on-going war. If no appropriate response is given after 48 hours, the OIN government will consider the hostile-attacks to be ungrounded and will treat the aggressor as a rogue.
  • 1.0.4 During any war time situation, an OIN member may allow any kind of weapon or assault, unless specified otherwise in an order, and except for Nuclear Weapons. An OIN member may only use nuclear weapons when authorized by the Minister of Defence, the Chancellor or in his absence the Vice Chancellor. The use of nuclear weapons without authorization will result in an immediate expulsion of the OIN alliance.
  • 1.0.5 Before, during, or after any means of engagement it is strictly prohibited to use offensive communication forms with or against your opponents. If you receive offensive contents of any of your opponents, please report this to the Cybernations Administration Team and do not respond. Blackmailing opponents will be punished severely. During war time all OIN members are expected to fight a gentleman’s fight and to communicate with discipline and dignity when contacting official enemies.

IV. Miscellaneous Chapters and Regulations

A. Preamble

During any event this chapter may not be capable of giving the appropriate guidelines, the Chancellor has a final and obligatory say. This article contains all supplementary laws and regulations.

B. Articles

1. The standard agreements of the OIN are NAP, PIAT, MDP and IAAT. The following documents describe our standard treaties in detail:

  • Article I
    Members of either the OIN or [Alliance name] are not allowed to enter hostilities with a member of the other alliance. If a nation is attacked by the opposite alliance he/she must not retaliate, but report to their alliance government as soon as possible. The aggressor should seize his attacks within 36 hours and reparations need to be paid in that same time. If the member refuses to pay reps he should be expelled from the alliance. If in these 36 hours no reparations have been made, both parties have the right to terminate the treaty at once.
    Article II
    By signing this pact no acts of espionage can be made. Should however one of the parties decide and the other one finds out, the treaty can be discarded immediately. This pact also includes the fact that neither parties shall aid the enemies of the other party.
    Article III
    Either alliance undertaking action (aggressive or defensive) against other alliances or nations not party to this document
    does so without the implication to the other signatory. In the event that either of the said alliances enters a transgression
    (defensive or aggressive), the other alliance is not obligated to participate for either side.
    Article IV
    This treaty can be revoked at any time by either alliance's respective primary decision making body. Notification of this
    termination must be received 24 hours in advance of the termination. Once notification has been issued to the opposite alliance, a 24-
    hour grace period shall stand whereas violence and aggressive acts will not be issued. After that, the articles of this pact will be
    terminated.
  • Preamble
    In the interests of friendship between their esteemed alliances, Organisation of Imperial Nations and the [***] Alliance agree to the following terms:
    Section I
    Both alliances and their respected members shall remain sovereign of each other.
    Section II
    Neither alliance shall engage in or endorse military action against the other signatory. If a nation is found in violation of this they will be ordered to offer peace and reparations equivalent to the total damages inflicted. Defending nations are required to limit retaliation to the level of attacks received. Should an offending nation refuse to offer peace and agree on terms of reparations they will be declared a rogue and will no longer be offered the protection of either alliance.
    Neither alliance will engage in or endorse espionage against the other.
    Neither signatory will engage in the use of sanctions against member nations of the other signatory without permission from that signatory's government.
    Section III
    Both alliances and their respective members shall remain civil to each other at all times, especially in public forums.
    Section IV
    If either alliance receives information concerning a direct threat to the other, the receiving alliance will notify the other signatory and provide the relevant information. The source of said information may be left undisclosed.
    Section V
    Should either alliance find themselves in a defensive war, neither alliance is required to help the other either through aid or military action, however, as friends and allies this should not be unexpected by other alliances.
    Section VI
    Either signatory may terminate this pact at any time; however, the withdrawing alliance must notify the other signatory through diplomatic channels 48 hours prior to this, except when the countersigned has violated Sections II or III.
    Signed for [Alliance 1]:
    Signed for [Alliance 2]:
  • OIN-[alliance] MDP
    I - Non-Aggression
    The OIN shall NEVER attack [alliance] and [alliance] shall NEVER attack the OIN. Any nation that does so will be expelled from his alliance effective immediately. Reparations may be asked from the defender via his alliance leader. Both the OIN and [alliance] remain sovereign and independent of each other, as do the members in each alliance.
    II - Mutual Defence
    When the OIN or [alliance] is attacked by an outside nation and/or alliance, then the other alliance will help the defender(s) defeat the agressor(s) using a reasonable amount of resources to succeed. Help is expected if either alliance calls upon the other to help them.
    III - Aggression by either signatory
    If the OIN or [alliance] is the aggressor to another nation and/or alliance then it is up to the other alliance to vote on whether to get involved or not. This vote must be completed and announced within 48 hours of the notification to the other alliance of the attack. The rulers of the OIN and [alliance] may veto the vote.
    IV - Intelligence
    All reasons for inter-alliance Wars MUST be shared between leaders of each alliance before hostilities begin. Failure to do so is cause for cancellation of this treaty. Small wars do not need reported between the two alliances although article III comes into force if aid is required. Important international information must be shared between the two alliance leaders, failure to forward vital information can result in the cancellation of this treaty.
    V - Aid
    The OIN and [alliance] are expected to aid each other if there is serious need of such aid. No demanding of aid will be allowed from individual nations.
    VI - Termination
    This MDP is broken if any of the conditions of the above articles are broken or if one alliance gives the other 72 hours notice and an explanation as to why they are breaking the treaty off.
    Any dispute between the signatories, for any reason, should be attempted to be solved by diplomatic relations first. However, breaking article I will always result in expulsion.
    Signed for OIN
    Signed for [alliance]
  • Inter-Alliance Trade Treaty
    Preamble
    In the interests of friendship between their esteemed alliances, Organisation of Imperial Nations and the [***] Alliance agree to the following terms:
    Section I
    Both alliances and their respected members shall remain sovereign of each other.
    Section II
    Both signatory alliances hereby agree to an extended inter-alliance trade agreement. All members of signatory alliances are free to trade with each other at times of peace. This includes trade agreements, aid agreements, technology deals and donation deals, with fixed amounts.
    Section III
    Both signatory alliances agree to cooperate at their best interest and promise to uphold any trade or aid agreement they promise. If any member doesn’t uphold his or her promises, the alliance is responsible as a whole to pay reparations.
    If any member of a signatory alliance fails to uphold his trades, he should live a 48-hours notice before he or she cancels a personal (trade) agreement.
    Section IV
    All aid programs may be cancelled if either alliance finds itself to be in an armed conflict. However, the other alliance may choose to continue the aid programs at their own peril.
    Section V
    Should either alliance find themselves in a defensive war, neither alliance is required to help the other either through aid or military action, however, as friends and allies this should not be unexpected by other alliances.
    Section VI
    Either signatory may terminate this pact at any time; however, the withdrawing alliance must notify the other signatory through diplomatic channels 96 hours prior to this.
    Signed for the Organisation of Imperial Nations:
    Signed for [***]:

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