The Unity Pact (TUP) is an intergovernmental military and economic alliance between 40 member states - 36 from the South Pacific, two from the North Pacific, one from The Order of the Grey Wardens, and one from the Rejected Realms. The main headquarters are located in Accra, Evinea. The alliance was created to promote and defend democratic and strong economic values across member states and ensure the defense and sovereignty of nations. The President of TUP, Kevin Asamoah, oversees both the military and economic aspects of the alliance, serving as the main political leader. The president is not elected, but inherited from the creator of TUP, but an interim president may be appointed temporarily. The President may appoint Secretaries which may assist in certain tasks such as keeping records, overseeing environmental impacts, creating foreign affairs, etc.
TUP’s main defensive principle is collective security - where its member states will defend and attack a threat made from third parties. The defensive response of TUP is headed by the Secretary-General. They have the highest military executive role as they come up and work on military strategies, battleplans, and training of troops. There are also three commanders second in rank to the Secretary-General - Commander of the Army Tactical Forces, Commander of the Naval Tactical Forces, and the Commander of the Aerial Tactical Forces. Each commander respectively navigates and leads the army, navy, and air force of the Unity Pact Tactical Force, but the final decision in any major military decision comes from the Secretary-General. The Secretary-General and the Commanders form the TUP Military Committee (TUPMC). The TUPMC Headquarters is located in Halifax, Canadian Dominion. The executive roles are elected for every three months.
Aiden Todd (Canadian Dominion)
Stefan Miloje Dragoslav (The Island of Sorna)
Charles Lewis (Fortisbellator)
John Watson (Sjorve Ned)
TUP’s main economic principles surround capitalism, however, socialist policies are accepted. Free trade, mutual benefit, and economic equality are promoted and encouraged. There is no internal single market to give member states economic independence. This decision, however, does not negatively impact the economic interdependence and equality between members. Noting free trade, there are no economic barriers in trade between any member state. The economic response is headed by the Chief of Economics. They oversee large trade deals, alliance-led sanctions, and other grand scale economic events within the alliance. The Chief of Economics may appoint Strategists that cover specific economic fields such as fisheries, agriculture, etc. The Chief of Economics and the Strategists form the TUP Economic Council. The TUP Economic Council Headquarters is located in Kailua, Lile Ulie Islands. The Chief of Economics is elected for every three months.
Afravel Maksh (Hadrex)
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The list below outlines the policies, purposes, and principles of the Unity Pact:
The Unity Pact intends and shall uphold the security, safety, and sovereignty of all member states. Collective security is the principle used to defend all members under threat from a third party. This maintains our status as a defensive alliance.
The alliance is united by the following common values: democracy, equality, human rights, national liberty, and economic prosperity. These values cement the bond between member states.
In regards to the Zurich Summit, the Unity Pact opposes and prohibits the usage of chemical, biological, and radiological weapons. However, the alliance upholds the usage of nuclear deterrence in the face of the heightened and renowned threat of nuclear warfare.
Although authoritarianism and totalitarianism pose a challenge to the common values of the Unity Pact, we do not, and will not, follow policies of regime change. Nations are free to run the way they are without the interference of the Unity Pact, unless there is reason for an intervention. We do not seek hostility nor confrontation.
The alliance opposes terrorism in any form as it proves to be a non-direct threat to member states.
The alliance ensures that each member state upholds, maintains, and improves the strength of their defense forces to ensure the collective safety of all members, and individual safety and liberty. Collective defense must be strong in all areas - ground, naval, and aerial - to ensure complete safety.
The Unity Pact ensures the safety of all members by improving the safety of member states in cyberspace by improving technological systems. Cyberspace is an emerging technology in the world, and it is critical that member states are safe in the cybersphere.
Climate change proves to be a threat in the changing geopolitical nature of the world. It has been proven to be a threat by worsening conflicts and exacerbating fragility in the geopolitical landscape. Member states will ensure to limit their impact on the environment and risk factors which would worsen the climate change situation.
The alliance has an “open-door” policy where anybody may apply, and even join the alliance, but there are certain criteria that may limit entrants:
Applicants should have a minimum of level 7 stats (i.e, Average Civil Rights, Reasonable Economy, Average Political Freedoms)
If applicants have a level 10 or higher Civil Rights or Political Freedoms, combined with a minimum of a level 7 economy, they may be able to join the Unity Pact
If applicants have an Economy between levels 10 and 15, ignoring the level of Civil Rights and Political Freedoms, they may be able to join the Unity Pact
It is encouraged for applicants to be democracies, but it is not mandatory
The Unity Pact upholds the The Unity Pact Trade Agreement (TUPTA) which cements the aspect of free trade between all members. All trade barriers such as tariffs are exempt from trade between member states. TUPTA formally cements as a multilateral trade bloc, in addition to its designation being a military alliance.
The Unity Pact aims to boost the economic statuses of member states by increasing employment, boosting economic growth, and reducing meaningless competition.
There is no internal single market or common currency in the alliance, giving member states economic independence. However, this does not hinder nor damage the economic unity and interdependence of the alliance. Economic prosperity is ensured for all member states.
The service sector is regarded as the critical aspect of the economy, and in order to become advanced economies, member states must ensure that they boost their service sectors. It is important to move into a post-industrial society and stay ahead in the game and not fall back.
In the rise of technology, economies of member states must be technologically advanced and secure against cyber attacks. Member states must emerge with technologically-adept systems that are strong and fruitful in the 21st century.
Although the Unity Pact has many allies, its greatest ally in recent times is the Economic Union of Asian States (EUAS), a political and economic union. The Unity Pact maintains and strengthens its bond with the EUAS as an ally and partner.
The Unity Pact in partnership with the EUAS will strive towards cultural development and economic prosperity for all member states. Working together will fast track this goal, as it is necessary for all nations to become advanced economically and culturally to ensure their liberty and sovereignty.
In attacks against either alliance, mutual defense shall come into play to defend against threats from third parties. As of right now, there is no formal defense pact between the two alliances, but each can come to the aid of the other in times of need.