WA Delegate: None.
Founder: The Republic of Veris Islands
Last WA Update:
Embassies: The Embassy, The united nations of liberalia, Gypsy Lands, Hollow Point, Ulthos, Lardyland, MentosLand, Ancient Lands, The Bar on the corner of every region, Fredonia, Embassy Hub, The Savage Garden, Piedmont, Democratic Republic of the Congo, The NewsStand, Christmas, and 58 others.Two Letter, Republic of Congo, New Caledonia, Peaceful Solitude, Southfield, Non Aligned Movement, Arconian Empire, Dream Land, The Independent Newspaper, Australia, Bus Stop, United Regions, Ancient, Debate Region of the Rhine, The Bunny Fire, Purgatory, United World Nations Observer Assembly, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, Ebola QuarantineZone, Avaria, Rat Nations Assembly, NationStatesHolics Anonymous, Andarios, The Moderate Alliance, Realm of the Dragon, Leftist Gang, Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region, A Supermassive Black Hole, Republic Of Thanos, TheFreedomRealm, Meat, The New Mappers Union, The Prayer Room, Kappa Region, Kebabistan, Sunalaya, nasunia, The Region of Economic Cooperation, Pontbridge Islands, The Popptart Empire, Chalyiaa, Chicken overlords, United Christian Empires of the West, Where Anyone Can Be Anything V2, Mission Crabs, The Great Lands, Alliance Of Freedom, SECFanatics, United League of Nations, The American Province, Union of Nationalists, Society of Commissioned Gentlemen, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Massachusetts, Holy Bulgarian Empire, StGeorgeIslands, URCR Soldier Barracks, and Spiced Ham.
Veris Administrative Region is home to a single nation.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Pro-Market in Veris Administrative Region
This data was compiled by surveying a random sample of businesses with the question, "Do you believe the government is committed to free market policies?"
As a region, Veris Administrative Region is ranked 3,005th in the world for Most Pro-Market.
|1.||The Republic of Veris Islands||Anarchy||“Defend the Right”|
- : Embassy cancelled between Universal stories and Veris Administrative Region.
- : Embassy established between Spiced Ham and Veris Administrative Region.
- : Embassy cancelled between The Wolf Clan and Veris Administrative Region.
- : Embassy cancelled between The corrupted news outlet and Veris Administrative Region.
- : The Rogue Nation of Comte de Spam of the region Spiced Ham agreed to construct embassies.
- : Embassy cancelled between Finns and Veris Administrative Region.
- : Embassy established between Universal stories and Veris Administrative Region.
- : The Emperor of Alpha Wolf of the region The Wolf Clan ordered the closure of its embassy in Veris Administrative Region.
- : The Empire of Axis-Guards of the region Universal stories agreed to construct embassies.
- : The Republic of Veris Islands proposed constructing embassies with Spiced Ham.
Veris Administrative Region Regional Message Board
OK, just a short, easy debate this week:
"What is your opinion on the 'Positive Ticketing' campaign in Tempe, AZ?"
USA Today: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/follow-the-law-get-pulled-over-why-a-police-plan-to-ticket-drivers-backfired-in-arizona/ar-AAF26ym?ocid=spartanntp
And we're back this week with tech-oriented debate this time.
Also, if you didn't see last week's post, I would just like to offer my condolences to anyone who may have lost friends or family in the recent mass shootings in the US.
"Should companies be allowed to create their own currencies, digital or otherwise?"
The Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2019/08/12/facebooks-libra-cryptocurrency-is-part-disturbing-financial-trend/?noredirect=on
Well, break out the economic textbooks because this week we'll be discussing the stock market!
"When do you believe the next recession or perhaps even depression occur, and what do you believe will cause it?"
The Street: https://www.thestreet.com/markets/stocks-plummet-as-yield-curve-inversion-sparks-recession-fears-15056493
The Daily: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/01/podcasts/the-daily/economy-fed-interest-rate-cut.html
Well, this week we'll be discussing the massive natural disaster currently happening in Brazil:
"How should the world react to and handle massive natural disasters, such as the wildfire in the amazon, that arguably will have an effect on the globe?"
We’d like to inform you that we’ve updated our policies on Embassies.
If you're a figure of authority looking to form an embassy with our region (for whatever purpose), you agree that you're:
Seeking to form an embassy not out of interest of embassy quantity, but out of genuine interest in our region.
Intending to use your embassy as a communication device for your member nations.
Currently founding a region with over 10 nations in it.
We will initially accept your requests but if your region fails to meet any of the criteria listed above, the embassy will be closed after a quick notice of RARE failure.
This dispatch has been extracted and modified from it’s initial purpose from the Corrupted News Outlet.
This week we go to good old Albion where we ask:
"Should Boris Johnston be allowed to suspend parliament with the Brexit deadline so close?"
International Business Times: https://www.ibtimes.com/court-bids-launched-stop-johnson-suspending-uk-parliament-2818968
Hey, I hope everyone is starting to get back into the groove of school. Anyways, this week we will be looking at America's longest war in its history;
"Should the US negotiate with the Taliban to end the Afghanistan War?"
Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/afghan-peace-effort-in-disarray-after-trump-ends-talks/2019/09/09/723936d4-d330-11e9-8924-1db7dac797fb_story.html
CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/us-taliban-afghanistan-the-bloody-road-to-peace-talks-on-and-off/
I'm alive! I've just been settling into college life right now. I apologize for being gone longer than expected, but hopefully things should return to a semi-regular schedule from this point on.
"Should Trump be allowed to use foreign policy for political wants?"
The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/sep/22/trump-ukraine-scandal-joe-biden
USA Today: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2019/09/22/donald-trump-joe-biden-ukraine-whistleblower-standoff-explained/2388648001/