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Treaty of mutual recognition

The cover page of a treaty of mutual recognition between the High Kingdom of Mediolaurentia and the Second Commonwealth of Australis.

A treaty of mutual recognition, also known as a mutual recognition treaty (MRT), is a type of treaty that is commonly used to establish formal diplomacy between micronations. The primary purpose of a treaty of mutual recognition is to establish mutual diplomatic recognition between the signatories, which itself is a recognition of the sovereignty of the parties. Mutual recognition treaties are the most common form of treaty within the micronational community due to their customary importance in micronational diplomacy. However, mutual recognition treaties are not practiced by or between macronations in favor of unilateral or implied diplomatic recognition. While able to also approach the practice of diplomatic recognition in a similar way, micronations do not commonly do so because of the ingrained practice of instead utilizing mutual recognition treaties. (more...)

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A group of Weg soldiers pose with a Flag of Kapreburg as a war trophy following the Battle of the Highlands on 23 January 2022.

 Today in history for 3 March 2024

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Lord John Gordon, Viscount of Thetford, has been elected the seventh Prime Minister of the Empire of Austenasia, with 60.6% of the vote. His rival candidate, Lord Andrew Creed, received 36.1% of the vote...
The Third Amendment to the Austenasian Constitution of 2011 has been approved in referendum, with a majority of Austenasia’s subjects now having voted in support for the proposed changes. The precise voting figures will be confirmed tomorrow morning, alongside the results of the ongoing election for Prime Minister...
The Slitronian Mapping Institution has released an updated and meticulously redrawn map delineating the seaborders of the Territory of Kasari Islands. The previous representation, which was more generalized, has been replaced with...
His Imperial Majesty the Emperor yesterday issued an Imperial Decree formally proposing an amendment to the Austenasian Constitution of 2011. The amendment is comprised of two parts. The first would revise the system currently in place for...
Over the next few days the Dracul National Parliament will discuss the future of Stephen Hawking Day as a recognized holiday. The inquiry stems from Stephen Hawking’s name being included on the recently released Epstein list...
Freezing temperatures arrived in Dracul, as an arctic blast made its way through on Monday evening, making a new low record for the region. A hard freeze watch was issued by the NWS on Sunday, then updated to a warning, Monday. Dracul social media issued advisories, asking people to protect their pets and pipes...
His Imperial Majesty the Emperor has approved three applicant Representatives to stand in next month’s general election. The approved Candidates are Lord John Gordon, Lord Andrew Creed, and Lady Addison O’Halloran...
The King yesterday evening granted royal assent to an act of parliament annexing the property north of Afula as a dominion and admitting its six residents as citizens, adding to Florenia’s integral territory in the Floren Pond basin for the first time...

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