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WA Delegate (non-executive): The United States of Imperial Eagle (elected )

Founder: The Dominion of Geopolity

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Welcome to Geopolity, The Active Geopolitical Discussion and Roleplaying Region

Where International Diplomacy, Power Politics, and Current Events Meet!

If you are wishing to be a part of an active geopolitical roleplay, we welcome you to Geopolity!


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  • Begin to explore our region by looking at the RMB below, as well as joining our Discord Channel! New players should visit the Regional Index dispatch below for how to get started!

  • All WA nations are required to endorse the Chancellor, Imperial Eagle.

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Current News: Business as usual.



Embassies: The Coalition of Democratic Nations, One big Island, Historia Novorum, The Western Isles, The Global Roleplay Region, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Karma, Grace of Gaia, Caer Sidi, and Anteria.

Tags: Featured, Human-Only, Large, Map, Modern Tech, Role Player, Serious, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

Geopolity contains 98 nations, the 183rd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Rudest Citizens in Geopolity

World Census experts telephoned citizens from all nations at just before dinner time, in a study to determine which populations were most brash, rude, or brusque.

As a region, Geopolity is ranked 14,662nd in the world for Rudest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Principality of RomanovskayaFree-Market Paradise“За Бога, за Принцессу и за Родину!”
2.The Commonwealth of PianolandiaCapitalizt“Pianos are truth. The ONLY truth.”
3.The Community of RevolutionkaAnarchy“DOWN WITH THE GOVERNMENT ”
4.The Conglomerate of United Techno CorporationsCapitalist Paradise“It's the economy, stupid.”
5.The People's Republic of PoloaryNew York Times Democracy“To find the truest truth”
6.The Organization of Petroleum Exportation CountriesCapitalist Paradise“To coordinate and unify the petroleum policies”
7.The Republic of Sir WEBBYCapitalist Paradise“For the King and Kingdom”
8.The Kingdom of -Germany and Prussia-Capitalist Paradise“God be with us”
9.The Republic of -Greater Canada-Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“May God be with us”
10.The Community of Geopolity IOCCivil Rights Lovefest“Citius, Altius, Fortius”
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Regional Happenings

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Geopolity Regional Message Board

CAFAF-FATTFO hanger Union City AFB ElSalvador Central Federation

As alpha and brovo where chatting about their last ops Delta was in the middle of a set of challenges with ODEN as expected they've losing

Alpha member:"Looks like Delta might lose the bet again"

Brovo member:"what was the bet anyway?"

"It's to be the one that cleans both Barracks which is a no brainer"

Both members looks behind them seeing NTF 1 tailed

1:"I know ODEN well they'll win brovo pack your gear your crossing the border"

Brovo team left the hanger as number 1 went to watch Delta lose their vet and went to talk to his old team for a bit since he has time

Union City,Central Federation

President El'snake looks at the Capital through his window

His SODCM general Standing at attention as a show of respect

"the operation will Commence soon Mr.President but a op in foreign soil without any acknowledgement from the government of said soil is risky sir"

President El'snake just chuckled and gives the other man a side glance

"your job is to run hushed operations with our ghosts under your command if they fail they never existed we are fighting a quiet war with the remaining cartels in our region get it done"

after that El'snake turn his attention back to the window one of his guards silently gave a hand gesture to leave which the general did at once without needing the sound

Kyoto Festival Opening

A podium was set up on a stage inside Fushimi Kitabori Park. Large speakers sat at both ends of the stage, but were silent. Seated in the front row were the leaders of the United States of America (Imperial Eagle), The UK (Orange-Bourgogne), and Infiny, along with their respective entourages. While everyone was waiting, the speakers popped on and started playing an instrumental of the Japanese national anthem, "Nihon'nouta".

When the anthem finished playing, the Secretary of Cultural Affairs, Ishibashi Ei, stepped up to the podium to speak. She looked at the crowed and then looked down at the podium. "I would like to welcome everyone to this celebration here in the Fushimi Kitabori Park, here in this wonderful city of Kyoto. We come here to celebrate the history of Japan. For those of you who aren't natives here in Japan, our formal history dates over 2,000 years. While we are not the same as we were 2,000 years ago, or even 100 years ago, we are still Japanese, and are proudly so." she said, nodding as she looked into the crowd. "I can sit here and give an in-depth history lesson, but I know that's not why any of you are here. While you are here to celebrate our history, you aren't here to be put right back in to your history classes." she said with a chuckle.

She looked down at the podium, at her notes, again. "It is believed that our formal history starts in 660 B.C.E. From then to now, we have been through many hardships, victories and defeats. We hit new highs, and sank to new lows. Through our history, we have made allies, but we have also made enemies. Gladly, we have three allies here today that have been present in one way or another throughout our history. I'd like to welcome President Rebecca Dawes of the United States of America." she said, pausing for applause. "I'd also like to welcome, King Henry, the first, of the United Kingdom." said said, pausing again for applause. "Last, but certainly not least, I'd like to welcome Empress Valeria, the second, of Infiny." she said, pausing one more time for applause.

"Now, before I keep going on about our history and how excited I am for this festival, I will let the person that needs to speak, speak. I'll now hand the podium over to President Akiya." finished Secretary Ishibashi before backing and bowing away. President Akiya walked up to the podium and was met with cheers and applause. She smiled at the crowd and remained silent until the noise died down. "Thank you, everyone. I am not going to sit here and ramble on with unnecessary points, and I'm not going to make this celebration overtly political. This celebration isn't about politics. It's about our history and rejoicing over our history. Not only rejoicing, but look back on our mistakes and learning from them. This festival is the first of its kind here in Japan, as we haven't had a one-week festival here in the 'Old Capital' that celebrates our entire history. There will be shows, games, food, music, and friendly competitions through the week that everyone here will be able to enjoy, free of charge. I would like to thank President Dawes, King Henry I, and Empress Valeria II for attending." she said before stepping to the side of the podium and bowing towards them. She then stepped back to the podium. "When I took the position of President of Japan, I vowed to make Japan greater and lead us to a time of peace, harmony, and prosperity. My predecessors wished to push our past under the metaphorical rug due to the stains such as Pearl Harbor. I, as made obvious now, won't push our history behind some curtain to hide it from everyone. We must accept who we are and we must accept how we got to this point. If you don't acknowledge your history, and especially if you don't acknowledge the darker parts of your history, you will not be able to grow as both an individual and a collective. Remember your past because you are your past. Thank you." she said before bowing to the crowd and turning around the shake the hand of Secretary Ishibashi.

She angled the microphone to herself and started speaking. "'That concludes this very short opening ceremony. We will be back at the end of this festival during the night for a firework display and a closing ceremony. In an hour, we will start music playing, which will be every day of the festival from half an hour after opening until closing. Food and games are open now, and our first competitions will start in half an hour. I would like to once again thank you all for coming to this festival, tanoshinde!" After she bowed to the crowd, pop music started playing as people rushed on stage to convert the setup to that for a band.

A group of people in suits with a round pin on their collar that bore the Japanese flag walked over to the parties of the leaders. "President Akiya would like to personally meet you all. If you don't mind following us, we can escort you to her." said one of the guards. The guards escorted them into a large dining room in one of the temples in the park area. Inside the room was President Akiya who stood and bowed as the leaders walked in. "Kon'nichiwa, your excellencies." she said.

Widespread flooding reported in Louisiana and Mississippi, several levees breached

Hurricane Thomas, which was last reported to be a Category 4 storm, has made landfall as a Category 5 hurricane, causing widespread damage to New Orleans and surrounding areas and though the tidal barriers have prevent some of the damage and flooding, several levees in and around the city, mainly near Lake Pontchartrain have failed and flooding is severe in those regions that border the lake. major flooding is ongoing in the city itself and the President has ordered that the Louisiana national Guard will be federalized and ordered into the city to both secure it against looting and aid in recovery efforts. Similar events have unfolded in Mississippi, with Biloxi and Gulfport suffering from major flooding, though not as bad as is currently unfolding in Louisiana. Both the Army National Guard and Air National Guard have been called up to aid in search and rescue effort and recovery operations and also that Naval units from Puerto Rico, which has managed to escape major damage, have been ordered to head to both affected states to aid in recovery efforts.

Ministry of Foreign Relations
Regional Outreach Office: Asia and the Pacific

In the spirit of good will, we formally are reaching out to the following nations:

Eulumia
Vashnal
Pangluan
Lanfang-
Da Qing Empire

The citizens of these various nations and are own share similar outlooks on life, on personal fiscal development, and the development of the economies and the ability to compete on a regional basis and to share the global stage. For to long, relations have been informal. Our government and its leaders believe that the opening and maintaining of positive relations is necessary to achieve a global peace. With the opening of relations, it can begin greater shares of trade, and other forms of exchange such as the cultural one. These group of nations have much to offer to not only the Hellenic people, but to all people of the world.

The Ministry of Foreign relations is prepared to nominate ambassadors to these nations, and we are ready to accept ambassadors to our nation in return. We reach out not just as global partners, but as a nation that shares a portion of the continent that is Asia.

On behalf of the Basileus of the Hellenic League, Nikolaus Atredai

Alexander Metraw
Archon of the Hellenic League

Imperial Eagle wrote:If the fire that have started are not able to be controlled, the Union will help combat the threats due to our own experiences with wild fires out in the Western states, though understandably those fires are far bigger than in most other nations and are started by either poorly extinguished camp fire or fireworks.

Ministry of the Interior
Attica

The Hellenic Government has sent various fire brigades to the area to combat the fires. We are setting up burn lines to control the path of the blaze. However, assistance at this time is much appreciated and needed to continue to fight it, and prevent growth. Various tankers have been dispatched to the region.

We are greatly appreciative of the assistance if it is still to be provided as we are now over a month into the fire.

The Hellenes League wrote:Ministry of the Interior
Attica

The Hellenic Government has sent various fire brigades to the area to combat the fires. We are setting up burn lines to control the path of the blaze. However, assistance at this time is much appreciated and needed to continue to fight it, and prevent growth. Various tankers have been dispatched to the region.

We are greatly appreciative of the assistance if it is still to be provided as we are now over a month into the fire.

Several group tankers and groups of firefighters will be sent over to aid in combating the fires and should more be needed, a second wave will be dispatched along with earth moving equipment to create fire breaks.

Vashnal wrote:Kyoto Festival

Next week (IRL Tomorrow), a festival is being held in Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The festival will celebrate the history of Japan both nationally and internationally. President Akiya noted that she wishes to invite President Dawes of the United States of America (Imperial Eagle), Empress Valeria II of Infiny, and King Henry I of the United Kingdom (Orange-Bourgogne) to attend the festivities of the festival being that the relations of the nations are close and the histories of the nations are intertwined throughout.

Clearance will be made at the Osaka International Airport, which is located about an hour away from Kyoto, as the leaders arrive. Reservations will be made for other amenities for the leaders.

President Dawes, will has finished touring Pearl Harbor and speaking with CINCPAC Admiral Francis Humboldt, has departed from Hickham AFB and will arrive in Kyoto after a stop-over in Guam. She has high hopes for the meeting much like her recent one with President Akiya.

Ministry of Foreign Relations
Office of the Basileus

To my friends in the ESAU, I write to you in hopes you find this personal letter to be a welcome one.

The Hellenic League is approaching a new era. It is an era of opportunity. You are all entering a new era as well. The ESAU is poised and ready to grow, and I am personally excited to see such a diverse and culturally rich region approach the world.

It is in those beliefs, I write to ask you all, that the Hellenic League, be an observer state of the ESAU. It is with that status, we hope to grow closer and strengthen our economic ties as a result. We also hope to enable ESAU to grow and compete more fully in Europe and abroad.

This letter, with my signature, acts as a formal request of ESAU observer status, as granted to me by my authority of Basileus.

Signed,

Nikolaus Atreidai

Basileus of The Hellenic League

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Eulumia

The Hellenes League wrote:Ministry of Foreign Relations
Office of the Basileus

To my friends in the ESAU, I write to you in hopes you find this personal letter to be a welcome one.

The Hellenic League is approaching a new era. It is an era of opportunity. You are all entering a new era as well. The ESAU is poised and ready to grow, and I am personally excited to see such a diverse and culturally rich region approach the world.

It is in those beliefs, I write to ask you all, that the Hellenic League, be an observer state of the ESAU. It is with that status, we hope to grow closer and strengthen our economic ties as a result. We also hope to enable ESAU to grow and compete more fully in Europe and abroad.

This letter, with my signature, acts as a formal request of ESAU observer status, as granted to me by my authority of Basileus.

Signed,

Nikolaus Atreidai

Basileus of The Hellenic League

Tags:
Eulumia

OOC: I like how you forgot to tag literally everyone else in ESAU, so I'll do it for you
Da Qing Empire
Vashnal
Lanfang-

Da Qing Empire wrote:OOC: I like how you forgot to tag literally everyone else in ESAU, so I'll do it for you
Da Qing Empire
Vashnal
Lanfang-

OOC:

Thanks. Made the post and typed all the tags. Didn’t originally work as it has a “failed security check” and I thought I copied and pasted all the tags.

My bad.

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