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Unitary Republic of Swinas

Swish COA.jpeg
Coat of arms
CapitalCape Cresta City
National LanguageGerman, Common
Ethnic groups
  • 69.8% Swish
  • 30.2% other
GovernmentUnitary Republic
• President
Amelia Norris
• 2021 census
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
CurrencySwish Ram, Swish Buckling (SR, SB)
Driving sideright
Calling code+59

The Unitary Republic of Swinas, commonly referred to as simply Swinas, is a country known for its diverse landscape, which ranges from the temperate climate and diverse landscape of North Swinas, to the largely desert landscape of South Swinas. The country's capital and largest city is Cape Cresta City, located in North Swinas. The country is located near the middle of the Hiraethia continent. Swinas also has a growing interest in space exploration and a unique cuisine, particularly known for it's bizarre pizza toppings. The country's history and culture is shaped by the contrast between North and South regions and by the legacy of the indigenous people of South Swinas. Swinas offers an exciting blend of natural beauty, delicious food, and technological advancements that make it a unique and interesting destination for tourists and researchers alike.


Photo taken of Indeginous Swish

Before the arrival of the Riamese colonizers, the deserts of South Swinas were controlled by the Kawhaibia Dynasty, an indigenous tribe with a rich history and culture. The Kawhaibia people had developed unique methods of survival and adaptation to the harsh desert environment, and had built a prosperous civilization. The last emperor of the Kawhaibia Dynasty was Emperor Annikki, who, according to local accounts, politely handed the Riamese the crown and walked away. This act of peaceful surrender allowed for a relatively smooth transition of power and allowed the Kawhaibia people to maintain a significant degree of autonomy and cultural preservation under the rule of the Riamese colonizers. Today, the legacy of the Kawhaibia Dynasty continues to play an important role in the cultural identity of South Swinas and its people.

The Riamese colonization of Swinas began in the early 20th century, when Riamese explorers and traders first arrived in the region. Initially, the Riamese encountered friendly relations with the indigenous tribes, who were welcoming of outsiders and willing to establish trade and cultural exchange. The Riamese established a number of settlements and trading posts, which served as a base for further expansion into the interior. The colonization brought changes to the region, with the introduction of new technologies, religions and cultures, but also brought positive developments such as education and healthcare. The Riamese and the indigenous people of Swinas developed a peaceful coexistence, allowing both cultures to learn from one another and benefit from their interactions. This led to a relatively smooth transition of power and allowed the indigenous people to maintain a significant degree of autonomy and cultural preservation under the rule of the Riamese colonizers. The legacy of the friendly relationship between the Riamese and the indigenous people of Swinas continues to play an important role in the cultural identity of South Swinas and its people.

Colonial Flag of Swinas

Swinas gained its independence from Riamo in 1915, marking the end of colonial rule and the beginning of its journey as a sovereign nation. The process of independence was relatively peaceful, as the Riamese government had begun to release a number of its colonies at the time. Independence Day, celebrated on the 15th of September, is a national holiday in Swinas, commemorating the country's freedom. After gaining independence, the country faced the challenges of nation-building, including creating a stable government, fair legal system, and diversified economy. Despite the challenges, Swinas has continued to grow and develop as a sovereign nation, and has a rich history and culture that continues to shape its identity today.

After gaining independence from Riamo in 1915, Swinas faced the challenge of building a new nation. A referendum was held to decide on the political system that the country should use, and it was eventually decided that Swinas would be a Federal Republic. This system was chosen because it would ensure that the different regions of the country would have some degree of autonomy and representation in the government. The country's leaders worked to establish a stable government, a fair and efficient legal system, and an economy that would support the needs of all citizens. In the early years of independence, the country focused on developing its infrastructure, including transportation, communication, and energy systems. Additionally, the government made significant investments in education and healthcare, which helped to improve the overall standard of living for its citizens. Despite facing economic and political challenges, the country was able to establish a stable and prosperous nation, laying the foundations for the future development of the country.

The Swish Civil War was a significant event in the history of Swinas, which took place in the late 1920s, after the country's early history of independence. The war was fought between the socialist and democratic factions, with the democratic faction, led by the Swish Democratic Faction, emerging victorious. The war resulted in significant loss of life and destruction of property, and had a severe impact on the country's economy. The country's leaders worked to rebuild the country and establish stability, a fair legal system, and a diversified economy in the aftermath of the war. The causes, events, and aftermath of the war have been well-documented and studied by historians, and more information about it can be found on the Swish Civil War page. The civil war played a significant role in shaping the political, social and economic landscape of Swinas as a nation and it's aftermath continues to have an impact on the country even today.

After the victory of the Democratic Faction, they quickly made it an effort to arrest any remaining Socialists in Swinas. How they did so was sending reserve forces of the Civil War into the former socialist territory and begin cracking down on Socialism in the area. This period would later be known as "De-Socialism", and in some areas was successful. However, in other areas this act would be largely unsuccessful. This was partly due to the reserve forces facing armed resistance against some socialists. And even in the small-town village of Hytra, many socialists attempted to restart the civil war. Now of course, this immediately failed, but it goes to shows the resistance the reserves were facing.

Image of Swish Democratic Reserves

In the aftermath of the war, the country's leaders worked to establish stability, a fair legal system, and a diversified economy. Despite their efforts, some residual socialist elements within the country remained, and the Swish Democratic Faction made it a priority to neutralize these threats. They did so by sending reserve forces of the Civil War into former socialist territory and cracking down on any remaining socialist activities. This period became known as "De-Socialism" and was met with varying levels of success.

In some areas, the De-Socialism campaign was effective in curbing socialist influence, however, in others, it was largely unsuccessful. The reserve forces faced armed resistance from some socialists, such as in the small town of Hytra, where many socialists attempted to restart the civil war. Although this effort was immediately thwarted, it highlights the level of resistance faced by the reserve forces.


Amelia Norris

Image of Amelia Norris

During the elections of 2021, Amelia Norris, a Unitary Politician, ran for president of the formerly Federal Republic of Swinas. She campaigned on a platform of unity and modernization, emphasizing her commitment to improving the lives of all citizens and fostering a sense of national pride. Her campaign was fierce and competitive, as she faced several strong candidates from different political parties. Despite this, Amelia Norris emerged victorious, winning a majority of the votes in the election. With her victory, she became the 3rd woman to become president of Swinas. Her win was seen as a significant milestone in the country's political history, as it demonstrated the increasing participation and influence of women in the political sphere. Her presidency was marked by a number of significant reforms and achievements in areas such as education, healthcare, and infrastructure development, as well as uniting all the Swish provinces into one singular state.

Foreign Relations

The Unitary Republic of Swinas has a history of good relations with other countries, particularly with the democracies of Hylia and Trident Union, both are non-bordering countries. These countries have strong diplomatic ties, with regular high-level visits and meetings between government officials. The countries also have a strong economic partnership, with a significant amount of trade and investment taking place between them.

Swinas and Hylia have a long-standing friendship, founded on shared values such as democracy, human rights and free trade. They have cooperated on various international issues, such as peacekeeping operations and humanitarian aid, and have a strong relationship in cultural exchange.

Trident Union, being a faraway country, also has a strong relationship with the country. The two countries have a mutual defense agreement and have cooperated on various issues such as counterterrorism, drug trafficking and illegal migration. Swinas and Trident Union also have a strong economic partnership, with many Swish companies investing in Trident Union and vice versa.

Swinas also maintains cordial relations with other countries in the region and is active in regional organizations such as the Anterian Peace League. Overall, the Unitary Republic of Swinas is committed to promoting peace and stability in the international community and has a history of maintaining good relations with other countries. The country's foreign policy is based on the principles of non-interference, mutual respect, and cooperation with other nations.


Swish Ram and Buckling

For a brief period of time after independence in 1915, Swinas kept the Riamese currency. However, with the help from the Riamese, the country soon established its own currency, the Swish Ram, named after an old goat religion that was practiced by the indigenous people of Swinas. The Swish Ram quickly became the main currency used throughout the country, and it was widely accepted by merchants and businesses. In addition to the Swish Ram, the country also established the Swish Buckling, which was used for the paying of non-dollar increments. This system helped to ensure that the country's economy was stable and that the currency was easily accessible to all citizens. Today, the Swish Ram and the Swish Buckling are still in use and continue to play an important role in the country's economy.



Swinas has taken various measures to preserve and protect its natural resources. One of the key steps taken by the government is the establishment of national parks and nature reserves to safeguard the country's flora and fauna. Swinas has a total of 28 protected areas covering a vast area of land, including forests, wetlands, and marine ecosystems.

Furthermore, Swinas has implemented strict regulations on logging and mining to prevent deforestation and environmental degradation. The country has also invested in sustainable forestry practices, such as selective logging and reforestation programs, to ensure the long-term health of its forests. The government has also encouraged the use of alternative energy sources, such as solar and wind power, to reduce the reliance on non-renewable energy sources.

In addition, Swinas has implemented policies to reduce pollution and improve air and water quality. The government has implemented regulations on vehicle emissions, and industrial facilities are required to meet stringent environmental standards. The country has also invested in wastewater treatment facilities to ensure that wastewater is treated before being released back into the environment.

Overall, Swinas is committed to preserving and protecting its natural resources for future generations. The country's efforts to promote sustainable development have not only helped to preserve its unique ecosystems but have also created new opportunities for eco-tourism and sustainable economic growth.


Swinas is blessed with two major rivers, the Dandora and the Kishwara, which play a vital role in the country's ecosystem and economy.

The Dandora River is the longer of the two, stretching over 600 kilometers from its source in the highlands of the north to its outlet in the Talsar Sea. Along its course, the Dandora provides a lifeline for both human and animal communities, with countless towns and villages settled along its banks. The river also supports a wide range of agricultural activities, with farmers utilizing its fertile floodplains for rice, sugarcane, and other crops.

The Kishwara River, on the other hand, is relatively shorter, but no less important. It begins in the hills of the west and flows through dense forested areas and rocky terrain, creating stunning waterfalls and providing habitats for a variety of wildlife. The river is also a critical source of water for many communities in the region, supplying clean water for drinking, cooking, and washing.

Despite their importance, both rivers are facing numerous threats, including pollution from industrial activities, agricultural runoff, and urbanization. To combat these threats, the Swinas government has implemented several measures to protect the rivers and their surrounding ecosystems. These measures include the creation of protected areas and conservation zones, the establishment of monitoring programs, and the enactment of laws and regulations to control pollution and other harmful activities.

The government has also encouraged community-based initiatives to protect and conserve the rivers. For example, local organizations have been established to clean up the rivers and their surroundings, plant trees to prevent soil erosion and promote biodiversity, and educate the public about the importance of protecting these precious resources.

Overall, the Dandora and Kishwara Rivers are essential components of Swinas' natural heritage, and their protection and conservation are vital for the country's sustainable development.