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Delegate of TSP
Member of the Ministry of Regional Affairs
Local Councillor ◊2
Minister of Military Affairs ◊2
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Southern Progress Party member
Forum and Discord Administrator (Communications Branch) of Forest
Citizen of Lazarus (still? I think?)
Founder of Meihua
Member of Tiandi (RP region)
Member of the Graphics and Publishing Department, NSToday
Skollvaldr family member (not IC-related)
Council of Natives member, Celestial Being, Sovereign (in exile), Convenor, and Grand Commandant of the LCA of Lazarus
Governor of NSToday (NationStates Today News Organization)
Foreign Minister, Forest Keeper, Culture Minister, and Cartography Officer of Forest
Founder and Commander of Solidarity
Fearless Raccoon†of the Biscuit Warzones :P
Speaker, Forum Administrator,†and Chief Justice of the Free Nations Region
Home Minister of Sweden
Ooh, good question. I admit I haven't participated enough directly in the GA forums and discussions to have an established opinion, and I really don't know the history of either position (e.g. what resolutions/proposals have historically brought out the divides between the two). Based on a vague idea of national sovereignty and international federalism as they apply to the WA, I think I'd most likely lean towards a sort of international confederalism -- retaining national sovereignty for the most part, but not hesitating to legislate on any issues for which international action might be at all helpful or superior. Further research and education may prove me wrong, though!
I've also heard that the two positions have sort of died out in recent times, though I couldn't say why. We're not in a time of great IC debates on the gameplay or WA stage, it seems...
And, of course, it's always important to mention that whatever my personal leanings may be, I will basically always follow the General Assembly vote of TSP's WA population (unless there's a really obvious reason why not to).