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Revision as of 00:57, 2 June 2021

The foreign relations of the State of Pacem are under the management of both national and territorial legislatures. At a national level, the Senate has the power to allow treaties to be passed and for them to be drafted by the Cabinet. Dependencies and city-states may also enter their own relations as regulated by the national government, with Netuk being the only one with official capacity to do so.

Pacem was formerly a member of the Konmalehth and one of its founding states and was also one of the last member states during its dissolution.[1] Pacem was also a founding member of the Kermadec Union.[2] Pacem was also a former member of the Grand Unified Micronational[2] and the International Agricultural Development Pact. It is currently a member of the Union Against Micronational War.[3]

As of 7 May 2021, Pacem has signed treaties with three other nations[4][5].

Disputes

National relations

Name Macronation Starting Date of Relations Status of Relations Treaty
Commonwealth of Naveria United States 3 May 2021[4] Mutual recognition
[6]
State of Vishwamitra India 6 May 2021[5] Mutual recognition
[7]
Empire of Aenopia United Kingdom 7 May 2021[8] Mutual recognition
[9]
Cycoldia United States 17 May 2021[8] Mutual Recognition
[10]

Territorial relations

Nekut

Name Macronation Starting Date of Relations Status of Relations Treaty
State of Pacem United States of America 6 June 2020 Federal

Calverton

Name Macronation Starting Date of Relations Status of Relations Treaty
State of Pacem United States of America 6 June 2020 Federal

Severna

Name Macronation Starting Date of Relations Status of Relations Treaty
State of Pacem United States of America 6 June 2020 Federal

References