Classifications of the Federal Republic of Arkonia

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Universal Nations Classification(Project Nations Classification)

Arkonia acheives a 5 on this, which corresponds to Quasi-Project Nation. This is a good spot to be in right now.

Billbrough-Miles Micronational Ranking System

Arkonia has a 5 on this, which means "Nations that have some respect, but do not have the same influence as level 4 nations. These are largely new, or were inactive for a large while. This includes nations such as Abelden."

Boodlesmythe-Tallini System of Classification

Arkonia is now classified as a 5th World micronation, which is up from the last time this page was updated, when Arkonia was classified as a 6th World micronation.

Dan's System of Classification

According to the Prime Minister, Arkonia is classified as a 5th world micronation, which corresponds to "A serious micronation with potential, but it will need an attractive culture to florish."

David's Micronational Potential Index

Arkonia scores a 3.2 on this scale, which means "Your micronation should be around 4 months old and if it is it has developed quite a lot. Eventually you'll be ready to move on."

Dresner's System of Classification

This is a notoriously hard system. But Arkonia scored a 2.4, which is up from last time. A 2.4 means "If it is a very young micronation, it may yet prosper; if it is older (four months upwards), it is relatively insignificant, but not necessarily to be ignored. Many older ones are in a temporary period of inactivity, but may ascend to a level 3.0-3.9 micronation eventually."

Economic Potential Index

As Arkonia has no econmy yet, we do not have a current score.

Freayth's System of Classification

Arkonia has a 3.6 on this scale, which is "An average or somewhat advanced micronation."

Linden's Revised System of Classification

Arkonia has a moderately good score of 2.8, which corresponds to "A very average micronation, they exist en masse. No need to ignore them, but they probably aren't very special or interesting. Often it is hard to tell the difference between them, and if they stay at this level for a long time it is probably because of a lack of population, time, effort, and/or interest."

Matthew's Democracy System of classification

Arkonia scores a flat 4 on this scale, which is "Fair democracy."