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The FEAR in the heart of NATO


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In these last few weeks we have seen many parting ways, however not this time. NATO and FEAR have begun to adequately fear one another to sign into a very fearful pact. And so it is without further ado that I present to you the:

The FEAR in the heart of NATO

Article 4: Sovereignty

With the signing of this treaty, it is to be known that both signatories shall remain sovereign alliances and in no way will impede the governing of the other alliance.

Article 8: Nonaggression

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. Actions such as those described here shall be considered a breach of this treaty

Article 15: Friendship

The signatory alliances and their members will treat each other with as much respect and decency as they would show one of their own members. Healthy debate and discussion as well as constructive criticism are not restricted, but alliance members are expected to show tact and consideration by going through the proper channels when addressing a concern. From time to time both alliances are encouraged to inform the other about the best places to go to congregate with attractive friendship prospects.

Article 16: Aid

Should one signatory alliance become in need of monetary assistance, it should be expected that the other signatory alliance will be willing to contribute to help meet the demands of said alliance within reason. Requests should be made through proper channels so coordination can begin as soon as possible.

Article 23: Intelligence

Both signatories agree to share any knowledge that could prove beneficial to the other alliance. This should be done in a timely manner and through proper channels.

Article 42: Withdrawal

If either signatory alliance feels that this treaty has been unjustly violated and 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 forty-eight hours. Should this treaty be revoked by either alliance, a 48 hour grace period begins in which neither alliance may declare war on the other, after which no such rules apply.

FEAR Signatories

Turetel, Chancellor

ClashCityRocker, Vice-Chancellor

Vespassianus, Director of Foreign Affairs

bladegolem47, Director of Education

Sivart, Director of Finances

Denmark Resistance, Director of Defense

Nathanacus, Director of Recruitment

-The Elite Assembly

NATO Signatories

Anu Drake: High Councilor Potentia

Lenny N Karl: High Councilor Augmentum

Wentworth: High Councilor Externus

Tithan: Minister of Foreign Affairs

Cheemao: MoR and lead diplomat to FEAR

Edited by Tithan
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