Foreign relations of St. John

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Foreign relations of St. John refer to the way of diplomacy of the government of the Republic of St. John. The first diplomatic instance of St. John is when St. John established its first diplomatic relation with Nido, which is also the first nation to recognise the sovereignty of St. John, on December 2013. Since then, the number of micronations who have opened diplomatic relations with St. John had been growing since that time. When St. John was dissolved on 14 July 2015, St. John also severed all diplomatic relations with all micronations that had an alliance with St. John. After St. John was re-established on 20 December 2017, the government of St. John seeks to restore relations with the micronations which had an alliance with St. John.[1]

Recognized with relations

This is a list of all micronations that have relations with St. John based on alphabetical order of their short names.[1]

Flag Nation From Notes
Excellent Flag 2-3 2000-.jpg United Democratic Republic of Excellent 3 July 2019 Formal
Mutual AIM member
New Flag of Fiharaya.jpg Republic of Fihanesia 24 February 2018 Formal
Flag of Kaleido.JPG Independent State of Kaleido 2014
26 June 2019 (restored)
Formal
Relations were cut from 2015 to 2019
Karniarutheniaflag.png Karno-Ruthenian Empire 24 November 2014 (as Ruthenia)
28 December 2017 (as Karnia-Ruthenia)
Formal
Relations were cut from 2015 to 2017
Flag of Molossia.png Republic of Molossia 2014
23 December 2017 (restored)
Informal
Relations were cut from 2015 to 2017

Unilateral recognition by St. John

This is a list of all micronations that the St. Johnian government recognized despite having no diplomatic relations based on alphabetical order of their short names.[1]

Flag Nation
The State Flag of Al-Muqaddimah.jpg State of the Kingdom of Al-Muqaddimah
Flag of Austenasia.png Empire of Austenasia
Astnf2.jpg Republic of Astanesia
Flag of the Conch Republic.svg Conch Republic
Concordianflag.jpeg Republic of Concordia
Newcutlavanianflag1.png Kingship of Cutlavania
Flag of the Commonwealth of Essexia.svg Commonwealth of Essexia
Bendera Falalia.jpg Great Kingdom of Falalia
Halenesiyeovichov.png United Republic of Halenesia
Jblf.jpg Democratic Socialist Republic of Jomblonisme
Litania.jpg Kingdom of Litania
Confederate Mahusetan Flag.svg Confederation of Mahuset
Flag of New Eiffel.svg Principality of New Eiffel
Screen Shot 2018-04-14 at 07.17.49.PNG Federal Republic of Neuborrnia-Merientalia
Flag of Pavlov.jpg Empire of Pavlov
IMG 5608.PNG Ruslandian Empire
Flag Sch.PNG UfKpR Schwanensee
Flag of Sealand.png Principality of Sealand
SvgFileService.svg Confederation of the Kingdom of Sofidelonia
West-who-flag.jpg Republic of West Who
Ybnf.jpg United Republic of Yourbenia

Intermicronational organisation participation

This is a list of all micronational organization that St. John joined based on the date of joining.[1]

Flag /Logo Name From Until Notes Reason left
United Micronations Flag.png United Micronations (UM) 20 December 2014 14 July 2015 Member state St. John dissolved
Organization went inactive before St. John re-established
Flag of IMS.png International Micronational Society (IMS) 19 December 2014 10 January 2015 Founding member state IMS dissolved
MASA logo.jpg Micronational Association of Southeast Asia (MASA) 10 January 2015 14 July 2015 Member state St. John dissolved
Organization went inactive before St. John re-established
Aimf.png Association of Indonesian Micronations (AIM) 18 July 2019 present Observer (from July to October 2019)
Full member (October 2019 onward)
Incumbent[note 1]

Former relations

This is a list of all micronations that formerly have relations with St. John based on alphabetical order of their short names.[1]

Flag Nation From Until Reason Note
Bbd.jpg Gerontocracy of Arkapura 2014 2014 Relations terminated by St. John
Arkapore unofficially dissolved in 2019.
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PeoplesRepublicofHashimaFlag.png People's Republic of Hashima 2014 14 July 2015 St. John dissolved.
Hashima dissolved in 2015.
Mutual UM member.
Bendera Indokistan 3.png Federal State of Indokistan January 2014 5 June 2014 Relations terminated by Indokistan following the AIM Quorum conflict.
Indokistan dissolved in 2016.
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Blank.png Kingdom of Nido December 2013 2014 Relations terminated by St. John First micronation to conduct diplomatic relations with St. John.
DRSR.png Democratic Republic of Sunda Raya 2014 14 July 2015 St. John dissolved
Sunda Raya dissolved in 2018.
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Sunset Micronation.jpg Sunset Micronation 2014 14 July 2015 St. John dissolved
St. John still has not restored relations.
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Flag of Taihan.png Empire of Taihan September 2014 14 July 2015 St. John dissolved
Taihan dissolved in 2015.
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Flag of Pyeonghwaloun.png Republic of Pyeonghwaloun 20 December 2014 7 April 2015 Pyeonghwaloun dissolved. Former puppet state of St. John and mutual IMS member.

Hostile relations

As of February 2020, St. John currently does not have any hostility towards other micronations and no known micronations declared any hostility towards St. John.

Unrecognized micronations

As of April 2020, there are no micronational entities that were unrecognized by St. Johnian government.

Former hostile relations

This is a list of all micronations that St. John formerly have hostile relations with or have hostile relations against St. John based on alphabetical order of their short names.

Flag Nation Date started Date ended Reason started Reason ended
Flag of ARD.jpg Sultanate of Al Rasyid Darussalam 2014 2015 (de jure) Territorial dispute. St. John dissolved.
Noflag.png Democratic People's Republic of Malindo March 2014 24 June 2019 2014 Malindo Conflict; embargo declared. Hostility and embargo lifted.[2]

Notes

  1. St. John initially joined AIM as an observer from April until June 2014, when St. John were withdrawn due to inciting a conflict on AIM Quorum.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Government of the Republic of St. John. "Diplomacy". Republic of St. John official website. Retrieved 9 February 2020.
  2. "St. John lifted Malindo's embargo". SJNC. 24 June 2019. Retrieved 27 June 2019.

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