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Union of Liberal Nations contains 12 nations, the 1,250th most in the world.

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The Most Extreme in Union of Liberal Nations

The World Census ranked nations on the basis of how odd, extreme, or fundamentalist their social, economic, and political systems are.

As a region, Union of Liberal Nations is ranked 15,482nd in the world for Most Extreme.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Eternal Empire of MalumynumenIron Fist Consumerists“By Order of the Emperor”
2.The Kingdom of Da LongIron Fist Consumerists“May the King live forever”
3.The Empire of EossesPsychotic Dictatorship“By Order of the King, God Bless Him”
4.The Absurdist Federal Republic of AdryviaLeft-Leaning College State“I wish you luck on the rest of your miserable existence”
5.The Community of Union Of Liberal NationsScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Ad Victoriam”
6.The                              of KittydogNew York Times Democracy“                                          ”
7.The ⚡READ THIS TELLEGRAM⚡ of LunarCityNew York Times Democracy“FOR THE FEDERATION!”
8.The Bonapartist Empire of The Great French StateInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Libertť, …galitť, Fraternitť”
9.The Slightly holy state of Ring of IslandsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Stand as one, fight as one, conquer as one”
10.The Republic of NordwalkNew York Times Democracy“The Republic Will Endure”
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Da Long wrote:The Lord waited until the Minister and her entourage occupied both carriages and the gestured again for his samurais form two lines, one at each side of the traditional vehicles, while he mounted a spotted brown on white horse to lead the group. They moved slowly through a wide avenue into the capital as people watched them curiously from their cars, from the side walks, and from the nearby buildings. One and two-storey wooden houses mixed with six or seven-storey concrete office buildings and tin-wrapped urban factories. People of all occupations moved around in all directions, only stopping to bow at the samurais, as they were required by law.

Around twenty minutes later, they almost reached the grand South Gate of the Royal Palace, but deviated to the right before going through it. The Lord stopped and dismounted in front of a mostly traditional two-storey wooden building, but instead of paper, it was glass what covered its sliding doors and windows.

The samurais opened the carriages' doors to let the guests get off them.

"Here we are. This is the Ministry of the Exterior. Come in, we could eat and drink something, if you wanted too." He awaited them before entering.

"That sounds lovely" says Minister Peterson. "What local food would you recommend?"

(BTW what language are they speaking in and is it through an interpreter?)

Adryvia wrote:"That sounds lovely" says Minister Peterson. "What local food would you recommend?"

(BTW what language are they speaking in and is it through an interpreter?)

(Damn, I forgot about that; so... good question. My minister could speak a very primitive, poor Scots, and yours could speak a very primitive, poor Japanese, so they mix them up a bit and try to understand each other until this point, but there can be a translator inside the ministry building. What do you say?)

Lord Genta smiles and nods upon noticing her acceptance.

"You might like having some udon and tempura for a cold day such as this one. Please, come in" says he leading the group into the building through a sliding wood and glass door. The interior would be dominated by flawless light yellow wood and white details such as mon (clan emblems) and hanging caligraphy works. Most light would be natural, with just a few electric ones turned on within paper lamps.

Lord Genta guided them all the way down the central corridor and into his office at the end of it. Inside, there was a young male Mustelid sitting in seiza, waiting for them. He performed dogeza (Japanese prostration) as soon as the Minister and his guests entered.

"This is my translator. The best one I could find for your language, at least" Lord Genta explained and then chuckled. He had made western-style chairs to be brought for this occasion, so he sat at the edge of one with his straight back not touching the back of the chair. He then gestured for his guests to sit on the others. The translator would remain in seiza by the Minister's side.

Almost immediately after, four servants came in carrying two tables with food on them: hot udon, tempura, donburi and ramen. Eight of each, in small bowls, and then a fifth servant brought a tray with teapot and eight teacups, which he left on the table shared by the two ministers before serving tea for everyone. Once it was all served properly, the servants bowed and left the room, closing the door behind them.

Da Long wrote:(Damn, I forgot about that; so... good question. My minister could speak a very primitive, poor Scots, and yours could speak a very primitive, poor Japanese, so they mix them up a bit and try to understand each other until this point, but there can be a translator inside the ministry building. What do you say?)

Lord Genta smiles and nods upon noticing her acceptance.

"You might like having some udon and tempura for a cold day such as this one. Please, come in" says he leading the group into the building through a sliding wood and glass door. The interior would be dominated by flawless light yellow wood and white details such as mon (clan emblems) and hanging caligraphy works. Most light would be natural, with just a few electric ones turned on within paper lamps.

Lord Genta guided them all the way down the central corridor and into his office at the end of it. Inside, there was a young male Mustelid sitting in seiza, waiting for them. He performed dogeza (Japanese prostration) as soon as the Minister and his guests entered.

"This is my translator. The best one I could find for your language, at least" Lord Genta explained and then chuckled. He had made western-style chairs to be brought for this occasion, so he sat at the edge of one with his straight back not touching the back of the chair. He then gestured for his guests to sit on the others. The translator would remain in seiza by the Minister's side.

Almost immediately after, four servants came in carrying two tables with food on them: hot udon, tempura, donburi and ramen. Eight of each, in small bowls, and then a fifth servant brought a tray with teapot and eight teacups, which he left on the table shared by the two ministers before serving tea for everyone. Once it was all served properly, the servants bowed and left the room, closing the door behind them.

Minister Peterson sits in one of the chairs and smiles at one of the servants.

"So, shall we get straight to business?" she says, accepting a bowl from one of the servants.

Adryvia wrote:Minister Peterson sits in one of the chairs and smiles at one of the servants.

"So, shall we get straight to business?" she says, accepting a bowl from one of the servants.

Lord Genta nodded and grunted while nodding vehemently before grabbing the tea cup to sip from it. Then, he started speaking in Japanese only.

"Firstly, we would like to establish permanent embassies in each other's capitals to ensure an uninterrupted communication between our governments in the future. Secondly, we would like to trade with your nation with as little tariffs as possible. And thirdly, we would like to start by having the two Gaelic instructors teach some of our royals and then establish a Gaelic language institute here in Kokuoto, with their help" the Mustelid quickly translated as soon as the Lord stopped speaking.

Da Long wrote:Lord Genta nodded and grunted while nodding vehemently before grabbing the tea cup to sip from it. Then, he started speaking in Japanese only.

"Firstly, we would like to establish permanent embassies in each other's capitals to ensure an uninterrupted communication between our governments in the future. Secondly, we would like to trade with your nation with as little tariffs as possible. And thirdly, we would like to start by having the two Gaelic instructors teach some of our royals and then establish a Gaelic language institute here in Kokuoto, with their help" the Mustelid quickly translated as soon as the Lord stopped speaking.

"I think all of those can be arranged," replied Minister Peterson. "We already prefer to engage in free trade and aim to implement as few tariffs as possible to expand to the outside world. Perhaps we could also arrange a foreign exchange programme for students at our universities to study in each other's country. I know both the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow have both expressed interest in the matter."

Adryvia wrote:"I think all of those can be arranged," replied Minister Peterson. "We already prefer to engage in free trade and aim to implement as few tariffs as possible to expand to the outside world. Perhaps we could also arrange a foreign exchange programme for students at our universities to study in each other's country. I know both the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow have both expressed interest in the matter."

"Yes, as few tariffs as possible would be ideal. About the foreign exchange programme for students, the Daitora University and the Hato University would certainly want to be part of it from its very beginning. Do you have any additional proposal for us today?"

Iím back. Sorry for my long absence, but I have been busy with my real-life issues, so thatís why I havenít been on for quite a while. Iíll try to log in as much as I can, however I donít know how many times that will be....

Iím glad to see our population has increased again since my last log in!

Da Long wrote:"Yes, as few tariffs as possible would be ideal. About the foreign exchange programme for students, the Daitora University and the Hato University would certainly want to be part of it from its very beginning. Do you have any additional proposal for us today?"

"No. I think that's all from my side," replies the Foreign Minister.

Adryvia wrote:"No. I think that's all from my side," replies the Foreign Minister.

"In that case, my samurai will escort you back to your ship while I personally take the instructors to the palace, if you agree. It was a pleasure meeting you."

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