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The Eurasian Axis Pact


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A Mutual Cooperation Pact

Article I. Non-Aggression

The signatories of the Eurasian Axis commit to non-aggression towards one another and the maintaining of a sustainable peace, as such they shall resolve all disputes privately.

Article II. Joint Intelligence

The signatories of the Eurasian Axis Commit to sharing intelligence with one another and not spying on one another. They will cooperate in all matters of intelligence for defending against foreign threats.

Article III. Military Cooperation

The signatories of the Eurasian Axis will agree to military cooperation of all kinds. Should the signatories come under attack they shall counter it with every means necessary. Action against one signatory shall be considered an attack against all.

Article VI. Amendment and Withdrawl

The signatories of the Eurasian Axis may amend the pact or admit a new member by unanimous consent. It takes 3 months (1 week IRL) to withdraw from this pact.

Signed

Liu Kaishui Premier and Foreign Minister of the United States of China

Michael Devereaux: Michael Devereaux

Imperial Regent

Oligarch

Administrator of Province One

George Blair, Foreign Affairs Liaison to Big Brother

Oceania

By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Ireland, and Iceland and of His other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith James IX

By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Ireland, and Iceland and of Her other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith Elizabeth IV

Prime Minister William Gwynedd

The House of Lords

The House of Commons

Signed for Burma,

Sr. General Minh Kong

Chariman of the State Peace and Development Council

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The Bolshevik Federation protests the creation of an axis. This "pact" seems to be geared mainly for war, possibly a USC attempt to drag other nations into a USC conflict. Why was this not created before USC began expanding and threatening war with the non-aggressive Comintern?

Also we would suggest a constructive agreement that would actually aid the signatories economically, or perhaps unify nations because there is a need for unity rather than a need for war; we would welcome such USC pact. We personally hope a more constructive treaty can replace this military axis, that we see will only become a USC led military machine against idiologically different nations and pacts.

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Each of our nations is fully capable of standing alone economically. Our interests are shared in the case of the military and diplomacy those are the areas we wish to pursue cooperation.

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Each of our nations is fully capable of standing alone economically. Our interests are shared in the case of the military and diplomacy those are the areas we wish to pursue cooperation.

It is obviouse to us that this pact will quickly become currupted by USC's military ambitions. They are already in an active conflict, so naturally as soon as a nation signs they must send aid.

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These blocs are good. Who cares which 'ideology' wins, the result is the same, the weak crushed and killed, as it should be.

The Bolshevik Federation does not agree with this statement. All nations, regardless of size or strength should be allowed to follow their own path of development. The strong require responsibility and obligation to lead the world on a prosperous path, jsut as the weak require guidence, friendship, and help to better contribute to the ideal goals of the strong.

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The Bolshevik Federation does not agree with this statement. All nations, regardless of size or strength should be allowed to follow their own path of development. The strong require responsibility and obligation to lead the world on a prosperous path, jsut as the weak require guidence, friendship, and help to better contribute to the ideal goals of the strong.

Didn't you say there is no international law or true universal rights? Your own ideology justifies truth with the force imposed by the masses of a nation, so in reality this is true. Might is always right as might defines the nature of rightness.

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The Veran Government is, as of this moment, deciding to stay neutral in the creation of this pact. Truthfully, the pacts itself interests the Veran government and, likewise, the Empire's people, but the opposition to the pact by our allied brothers to the south, the Bolshevik Federation, is cause for slight alarm. The Veran Government does not wish to make enemies of allies, nor does it wish to make enemies of potential allies.

The Veran Government may change it's stance either Pro or Con pact dependant on the outcome of the entity disagreement.

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The Bolshevik Federation does not agree with this statement. All nations, regardless of size or strength should be allowed to follow their own path of development. The strong require responsibility and obligation to lead the world on a prosperous path, jsut as the weak require guidence, friendship, and help to better contribute to the ideal goals of the strong.

Incorrect. There is only power. The strong have it, and the weak must simply endure until they grow strong. It is the constant struggle that shows the strong and forges heats of iron.

If the weak fall, it is only right, as the weak should not defeat the strong, because if that appears to happen, the weak had hidden strength, the the strong had a weak core.

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Incorrect. There is only power. The strong have it, and the weak must simply endure until they grow strong. It is the constant struggle that shows the strong and forges heats of iron.

If the weak fall, it is only right, as the weak should not defeat the strong, because if that appears to happen, the weak had hidden strength, the the strong had a weak core.

This actually is reflective of Imperium conceptions of the world. Such a statement can be found in our own nation's founding articles.

As time has progressed humanity has itself become detached from things once thought certain. Absolutism the moral ideology of the past which dictated a set of norms that were inherently, and eternally true has given way to relativism. A system which dynamically adjusts itself, and dictates a set of norms based upon the coercive ability of certain notions of “form” to themselves be imposed upon others. Therefore it comes as no surprise that power no longer is decided by authority but rather authority is decided by power, there can be no illegitimate power without another power declaring itself legitimate and a committing the converse upon the other. Thus the only legitimate government is that which is capable of imposing itself upon its subjects. Thus the only true state is that which has the power to decide upon the norm.
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