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Treaty of Mutual Defense and Economic Favoritism

Article I:

The undersigned do agree to resolve disputes via dialogue, and to abstain from war with all of the undersigned parties. The undersigned do agree to grant all of the undersigned parties economic favoritism, an example being price deals and tariff relaxation. The undersigned agree to promote free trade between the undersigned parties, whenever and wherever possible.

Article II:

The undersigned do agree that an attack on one nation is to be considered an attack on all signatories, should the assaulted nation activate this treaty. The undersigned are not obligated to intervene if the treaty is not activated by the assaulted nation. This treaty does not cover internal strife and civil war, rebellions, revolutions, or other internal affairs. This treaty covers only external threats to a nation's sovereignty. If the undersigned are utterly incapable of supporting all of the signatories with military action, logistical support and intelligence sharing are viable alternatives.

Article III:

The undersigned do agree to establish a military base on all of the undersigned's soil, to be considered territory of the garrison's nation of origin. The garrison should not exceed five-hundred personnel. Outside of the garrison, all personnel are subject to the host nation's laws and customs.

Article IV:

In the event that this treaty is canceled altogether, or a signatory withdraws from the treaty, all other signatories must be given 72 hours notice before the official declaration of withdrawal and/or nullification

The undersigned

For the Federal Republic of America,

President Murphy

Ratified by the Congress of the Federal Republic of America

For Troina,

President Shiznay

President Murphy made a statement directly after the treaty was ratified by congress, and signed into law by him.

The Federal Republic of America has had allies and friends come and go. A few have stuck by us, and a few have moved on to bigger and better things. One of those who has stuck with us, especially through our silence, was Troina and her people. We recognize our friendship with Troina with his pact, solidifying our brotherhood. We have been blessed with good allies, good friends, good benefactors. The Federation of Pravus Ingruo, New England, the Commonwealth of Texas, Troina... all good partners and friends on this global stage.

Thank you.

OOC:

12/04/09 UPDATE: CANCELLED

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OOC: I thought he said only NAP? :P

IC: "A fine treaty between two respectable nations."

***Private***

"If the Troinians thought defending us would be difficult...how much more difficult would these people be?"

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The Federation of Pravus Ingruo is troubled by this signing. Mutual Defense Pacts with those outside of the Americas can only serve to bring the Americas into conflicts that do not involve her. Obviously the FRA has a right to do as they want, though we would encourage them to refrain from doing so in the future.

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The Federation of Pravus Ingruo is troubled by this signing. Mutual Defense Pacts with those outside of the Americas can only serve to bring the Americas into conflicts that do not involve her. Obviously the FRA has a right to do as they want, though we would encourage them to refrain from doing so in the future.

We considered the possibility of this conflicting with continental stability upon the signing. We do consider your opinion on these matters beforehand given you are our benefactors, but we don't believe the FRA's allies in Troina will be causing trouble in North America any time soon. We trust them not to start trouble where it is not wanted, and they understand the precarious position we are in.

If they do do something we find unacceptable, such as disturbing North America, we have the option of terminating the treaty.

Your concerns are warranted, that much is certain,however we have faith in Troina.

Regards,

President Murphy, FRA, LPFRA

OOC: I thought he said only NAP?

OOC: We expanded it to include defense, if it is activated.

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**Classified**

King James and his son James II sat in the king's office, watching the news. When the FRA-Troinian treaty came up, the younger looked at his father.

"How can they fulfill this pact? Most Americans hate foreign intervention, and it'll take weeks, even months, to mobilize an army from Antarctica to the FRA, or vice versa. If they go by sea, their transports can be sank by any superior navy, killing thousands before a battle, and if they go by air, any ship with AA capabilities can shoot those lumbering planes out of the sky. What's the point?"

The king put his arm around his son. "It's Troina. Nothing that they do makes sense. Trying to point that logic out to them is like trying to sell sand to a Novakian."

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