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The '''foreign relations of the [[Second Empire of Pacem]]''' are controlled by the Imperial Foreign Department under the administration of [[Nick Kaos|Emperor Kaos]]. Foreign relations are handled between Pacem between the other nation's respective ambassador and the Pacemian Monarch.  
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The '''foreign relations of the [[High Empire of Pacem]]''' are controlled by the Imperial Foreign Department under the administration of [[Nick Kaos|Emperor Kaos]]. Foreign relations are handled between Pacem between the other nation's respective ambassador and the Pacemian Monarch.  
  
Foreign relationships are not commonly made, however, micronational organizations are commonly joined. Pacem takes part in the Konmalehth, the [[Union Against Micronational War]], and is taking part in the planning of a successor to the [[Kermadec Union]].  
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Foreign relationships are not commonly made, however, micronational organizations are commonly joined. Pacem takes part in the Konmalehth, the [[Union Against Micronational War]], and is taking part in the planning of a successor to the [[Kermadec Union]].
  
 
==Disputes==
 
==Disputes==

Revision as of 10:38, 22 December 2018

The foreign relations of the High Empire of Pacem are controlled by the Imperial Foreign Department under the administration of Emperor Kaos. Foreign relations are handled between Pacem between the other nation's respective ambassador and the Pacemian Monarch.

Foreign relationships are not commonly made, however, micronational organizations are commonly joined. Pacem takes part in the Konmalehth, the Union Against Micronational War, and is taking part in the planning of a successor to the Kermadec Union.

Disputes

Recognized nations

The Royal Foreign Department of Pacem established recognition to other nations in the forms of mutual recognition, in which the two parties ensure limited diplomacy and recognize their establishment over their own territory, and full recognition, which includes working relations and recognizing the parties' territory as their own.

Nations of which have mutual recognition with Pacem

Nations unilaterally recognized

Nations with bilateral friendship