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Aenopia is an active and influential member of the Micronational community; Aenopia has been or currently is an important leader in numerous sectors and organisations.
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Introduction section
Within the Micronational community, Aenopia is regularly viewed as an active and influential nation. Formed on 1 July 2019[1] and becoming independent on 16 August 2019,[2] Aenopia is an active nation within the community as a member of organisations such as the Grand Unified Micronational,[3][4] Cupertino Alliance[5] and North Atlantic Defence Union.[6] Other notable organisations include the Konmalehth, Organisation of Active Micronations,[7] International Aerospace Community, Union Against Micronational War and United Defense and Cooperation Treaty Community.[8][9] Foreign affairs are handled by the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Crown. As part of this, Aenopia actively engages in both formal and informal diplomacy with other nations through these means and others, for which are formally conducted by the Crown. As of August 2020, Aenopia has signed formal documents with twenty other sovereign states, and recognises the existence of 221 other nations, without the requirement of the signing of treaties to legally bind this.

Organisation section Aenopia is also a signatory state to five intermicronational treaties and conventions, namely the Wrythe Convention, Edgbaston Conventions and the La Salle Convention. Aenopia has played a crucial part in the creation of several minor treaties, such as Sough2020–which has received over 30 signatories–and the Intergalactic Treaty and the Sough Convention on Global Climate Change of 2019.

Activity and influence section

Polls and surveys section Aenopia is usually ranked highly within influence surveys, having previously been ranked as modestly-to-highly influential in over 4 surveys conducted during 2020. Aenopia was voted as the twenty ninth most influential nation in the community in the Microwiki Influence Survey with 33 points[10] and is recognised as a small power according to the survey. Aenopia was also ranked joint thirteenth out of 42 Members in the GUM Member States Positivity Survey, with a score of 3.7,[11] however this later fell to 3.5.[12] Aenopia would later be ranked as the most influential member of the Cupertino Alliance during the Cupertino Member Positivity Survey with 115 points,[13] having previously been ranked second during the October 2020 survey.[14][15]

History

Formation

Rise to prominence

Present day

International representation

Recognised nations

An example of an Aenopian Diplomatic treaty, this being the Aenopia-Posaf Mutual Recognition Treaty. This has since become the standard template for Aenopian treaties.

Bilateral relations

As part of its policy on international affairs, Aenopia and are conducted under the prerogative of the monarchy. As of May 2021, Aenopia has signed formal documents with 26 other sovereign states, and recognizes the existence of 219 other nations, without the signing of treaties to legally bind this.

Organisations

Cupertino Alliance

Aenopia is an influential member of the Cupertino Alliance after initially joining as a member state on 24 February 2020.[5] The sole representative of Aenopia, Logan Ross, is the current Chair of the Board, having previously served as Minister of MicroWiki Affairs[43] from 30 May 2020 to 15 February 2021 and as Lieutenant Chair from 27 September 2020 until 15 February 2021. Ross initially announced his candidacy for the Chair of the Cupertino Alliance on 5 November 2020 under the Ross2021 campaign during the 2nd Cupertino Alliance chairmanship election.[44] Ross was declared as the automatic winner of the 2nd Cupertino Alliance chairmanship election after rival candidate Hamilton dropped out on 4 January 2021.[45][46] Ross formally entered office on 15 February 2021.

Grand Unified Micronational

The Empire of Aenopia and the GUM
GUM logo with text.png Flag of Aenopia.svg
Grand Unified Micronational membership
MembershipFull delegate
SinceFull Delegate: 27 November 2019
Provisional Delegate: 10 November 2019
Observer Delegate: 6 October 2019
GUM EnvoyLogan Ross
Leon Montan
Brennan Sullivan
Signs erected in the Aenopian city of New Llandudno pointing to the cities of Mae and New Leeds; Aenopia is an active participant in the GUM Sister Cities Program.

Since its inception as a member of the Grand Unified Micronational on 27 November 2019, Aenopia has As part of his duties as delegate of Aenopia, Ross has attended almost every Quorum as of 9 February 2021.[d]

Election Candidate Outcome Notes Ref.
Dec 2019 Lytera Alexander I Flag of Hrafnarfjallv3.png Thomas Bainbridge [71]
Jun 2020 23x15px Iustus Jayden Lycon Uberesse.png Newton von Uberquie [72]
Dec 2020 Poplar Nerva Jack Dean Poplar Nerva Colonies.pngJack Dean [73][74]

North Atlantic Defence Union

NADU initially started as a group chat formed by Leon Montan on 3 August 2019 consisting of Logan Ross, Leon Montan and Alex Halbesleben in order to choose the host of the 2020 OAM Games after the cancellation of the 2019 OAM Games previously.[75]The group later evolved into an informal group chat between the 3, and later on Astral of Astropolis and a personal friend of Ross after the departure of Alex. Following the departure of Alex Halbesleben, the Ponderosa, Aenopia, Astropolis Pact (later known as the PAA Pact) was established. As part of this pact, free movement and trade were agreed by the states as part of a treaty. This treaty later became the Charter of the North Atlantic Defence Union. The North Atlantic Defence Union was officially formed after the signing of the charter of NADU (created by Ross himself) on 13 September 2019. Ross would assume the position of Chair following the formation of NADU on 13 September 2019. is position as chair would lead to the rapid development of NADU, with the organisation's membership peaking at 12 members by the time of dissolution in December 2019. He would also spearhead the creation of numerous projects such as the Sough Convention on Global Climate Change, 2019 summit and treaty created in October 2019. This would later lead to the Sough2020 convention and treaty also led by Ross.

Key:
  Macronations with member states
  Macronations included in NADU application bubble

In late November 2019, activity in NADU decreased. Members started to focus on other projects, most notably the Cupertino Alliance (for which Ross would later join in February 2020) whilst founding member Astropolis fell into inactivity. Attempts by Ross to restart activity through meetings were mostly unsuccessful. On 4 December 2019, Ross released a poll asking members to decide the fate of NADU, with members given the option of either A) dissolving the organisation; B) reforming NADU back into the PAA pact, or C) continuing to run NADU as it was.[76] Over 7 respondents were recorded over the course of 7 days, with 42% voting to reform NADU back into the PAA pact. This was the last sign of activity from NADU, with Logan opting to leave the server later in December due to prolonged inactivity.

After the creation of the Sough2020 global climate change convention in October 2020, Ross publicly announced his intentions to reform NADU in the Microwiki@Discord server on 21 October 2020 after ex-member Cole Baird suggested the reformation of NADU.[77] A server was created on 28 October 2020, and was announced in the TOES group chat on 29 October 2020. Unlike its 2019 predecessor, the primary goals of 2020 NADU are to foster diplomacy in a similar manner to the GUM or Cupertino Alliance. This eliminates the defence doctrine initially employed by the predecessor, primarily due to changes in founding member Aenopia's foreign policy and involvement in micronational war. On 31 October 2020, Logan, again serving as intern chair, announced that ex-member states and their successor states could redeem their membership back without reapplying in order to encourage growth within the organisation. The first session held by Ross as part of the newly-reformed NADU was held on 4 November 2020 and included the admission of 3 nations as provisional members.

On 10 February 2021 Ross formally announced his resignation as chair of NADU in order to focus on the Cupertino Alliance, with Prime Minister Cole Baird of Wegmat confirmed as his successor. [78]

Others

In the past, Aenopia served as a prominent member of numerous organisations, namely the Organisation of Active Micronations and Konmalehth. Aenopia was an important and influential member of the Organisation of Active Micronations (originally named New Eiffel Union of Micronations [79]), initially joining the OAM on 1 July 2019 as the successor state of New Cymru, which joined on 10 May 2019. Ross served as the Speaker of the Chamber from his appointment on 10 May 2019 until his departure on 20 August 2019. Aenopia finally withdrew from the Organisation of Active Micronations following internal disputes and instability within the organisation on 20 August 2019. 6 days later, the Organisation of Active Micronations (2019) was dissolved after other influential members such as Phokland, New Eiffel and Emosia left. This followed after less than a month after the similar withdrawal of the Kingdom of Lytera.[80][81][82]

Aenopia is also a founding member of the United Defense and Cooperation Treaty Community[8][9] and International Aerospace Community. The International Aerospace Community was formed as part of a partnership between the Commonwealth of Essexia on 21 January 2021 to serve as a formal platform for national aerospace programs.[83][84] As of 8 February 2021 the IAC has over 10 member states representing 10 aerospace organisations.[85] with member states cooperating on 4 projects.[86][87] Aenopia was also a member of the Konmalehth from February 2020 until its dissolution on 18 July 2020.[88] At the time of dissolution, Logan Ross was the Vice Chair of the West. Aenopia is also a founding member of the United Defense and Cooperation Treaty Community.[8][9] The United Defense and Cooperation Treaty Community was formed on 10 March 2021 and serves as the primary defence body of the social group TOES, similar to the United Nations Security Council. Aenopia represents the Aenopian Defence League within the UDCTC.

Treaties and conventions

Aenopia is a major signatory of 6 international treaties, covering a broad range of subjects from sockpuppeting, raiding, interstellar claims, misleading territorial claims and environmental issues. The first treaty signed by Aenopia was the Intergalactic Treaty on 1 July 2019. Initially created by New Cymru on 3 June 2019, the treaty condones intergalactic claims on extraterrestrial bodies and was signed by 7 nations.[89] The contents of the treaty were largely surpassed by the Edgbaston Convention which covered unrealistic claims; Aenopia later became a signatory of the Edgbaston Convention on 17 August 2020.[90] As part of its duties as a member state of the Grand Unified Micronational, Aenopia is a signatory of the Wrythe Convention after initially ratifying the treaty on 11 July 2019.[91] The treaty condemns sockpuppeting, identity theft, and false claims within micronationalism.[92]

Logo of the Sough2020 treaty and summit.

Other treaties signed by Aenopia include the Sough Convention on Global Climate Change Volume I and the La Salle Convention.[93][94] The Sough Convention on Global Climate Change Volume I was a treaty produced by members of the North Atlantic Defence Union as a result of the NADU Climate Summit 2019 hosted on 25 September 2019. The treaty was signed by 4 member states after initially ratification on 25 September 2019 in the Aenopian city of New Aberdare. The treaty entered into force on 1 October 2019. The convention also covers deadlines set by NADU parties covering the abolition of negative emission-producing everyday objects. Aenopia was the original signatory and creator of the Convention and signed the convention on 25 September 2019.[95] The original Sough Convention on Global Climate Change would later lead to the creation of the Sough2020 convention and treaty from October to November 2020. This was also created by Logan Ross and would be heavily influenced by Aenopia like its predecessor. Unlike its predecessor, Sough2020 was digitally attended and signed by over 30 nations

Sough2020

Aenopia was the leading member and creator of the Sough2020 convention and associated Sough Convention on Global Climate Change Volume II treaty.[96] This was a digital summit focusing on the creation, signing and ratification of the Sough Convention on Global Climate Change Volume II: a treaty aimed towards micronational action regarding climate change, pollution and negative human interactions with the natural world. The convention was conceived by Logan Ross on 9 October 2020, partially in response to the La Salle Convention from the beginning of October 2020 and inspired by the Paris Agreement of 2016. The treaty has been translated into 5 languages.[97][98][99][100]

Sough2020 was initially conceived on 1 October 2020 however the convention wasn't formally declared until 9 October 2020. In total 6 meetings took place between 11 October 2020 and 21 November 2020,[101] this period lasting 42 days in total. Despite the fact that creation of the treaty began on 1 October 2020, final compilation and editing took place on 22 November 2020 with the treaty being presented on 26 November 2020.[102] The contents of the Sough Convention on Global Climate Change Volume II will formally take effect within signatory states on 1 December 2020. As of 26 November 2020, 31 nations took part in the Sough2020 convention, including notable nations such as Aenopia, Misberia, Vishwamitra, Australis, Naveria and Plushunia.

When I first started this convention on 1 October 2020, I was doubtful that the convention would be successful, considering the fact that another individual was running a convention on their own. We've had our ups and downs, with a brief uncertain period when 3 nations left at the same time however we have pushed through regardless. This has been an incredible experience, working with people from across the community and the world, people I know well and new faces in the community.

— Logan Ross following the publishing of the treaty, 2020

Sectors

Foreign diplomatic projects

Sister cities

Sister city signs in New Llandudno in 2020.

Aenopia is an active participant and one of the first nations to take part in the GUM Sister Cities Program, when the cities of New Llandudno and New Aberdare were paired with foreign settlements on 26 January 2020.[103][104] A total of three Aenopian cities take part in the program, these being New Aberdare, New Llandudno and New Tenby respectively. New Llandudno was formerly paired to the city of Songo until the dissolution of Misberia on 24 February 2021.

Aenopia is also an active participant in the Cupertino Twin Towns project.

New Aberdare is twinned with:
New Llandudno is twinned with:
New Tenby is twinned with:
Rocinante-upon-Afon is twinned with:

See also

External links

Notes

  1. Recognised as an organisation; all member states recognised
  2. Recognised as an organisation; all member states recognised unless specified
  3. Aenopia initially joined the GUM as an Observer on 6 October 2019 and as a Provisional member on 10 November 2019.
  4. List of Quorums attended by Aenopia
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    • 12 December 2020, present Yes check.png[48]
    • 7 November 2020, present Yes check.png[49]
    • 31 October 2020, present Yes check.png[50]
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    • 16 May 2020, present Yes check.png[57]
    • 26 April 2020, not present X mark.png[58]
    • 11 April 2020, present Yes check.png[59]
    • 28 March 2020, present Yes check.png[60]
    • 14 March 2020, present Yes check.png[61]
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    • 29 February 2020, present Yes check.png[63]
    • 15 February 2020, present Yes check.png[64]
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    • 30 January 2020, present Yes check.png[66]
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    • 8 December 2019, present Yes check.png[67]
    • 27 November 2019, present Yes check.png[68]
    • 20 November 2019, present Yes check.png[69]
    • 10 November 2019, present Yes check.png[70]
    • 22 September 2019, not present X mark.png

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