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Assembled Nations
Flag
Flag
Emblem of the Assembled Nations
Emblem
Motto: Omnes loqui, nulla actio
Members of the Assembled Nations
Members of the Assembled Nations
LocationEurth
Official languages
  • Anglish
  • Cristinese
  • Laimiaic
  • Lysian
  • Oharic
  • Sahrabic
TypeIntergovernmental Organization
Membership136 Member States
Leaders
John Doe
• Deputy Secretary
Jane Doe
Establishment
• AN Charter signed
1 May 1957 (65 years ago) (1957-05-01)
• Charter entered into force
1 January 1958 (64 years ago) (1958-01-01)
• First assembly meeting
1 May 1958 (64 years ago) (1958-05-01)
Website
www.an.int

The Assembled Nations (AN) is an intergovernmental organization with the goal to further peace and security on Eurth. The AN is made up of almost every country in the wurld. The AN was established after several major conflicts that badly affected multiple continents with an unprecedented scale of destruction, the death of XX million people, and the use of weapons of mass destruction.[1] The dove found on the Assembled Nations' flag and emblem symbolizes the continued endeavour for peace. Its threefold mission is to foster dialogue and cooperation between governments worldwide; to advance international peace and prosperity; and to defend the human rights and individual freedoms of people everywhere. To advance this mission, the Assembled Nations manages many agencies around the Eurth. These include peacekeeping missions, security collaboration projects, human rights campaigns, economic and social development projects, environmental awareness and protection activities, as well as humanitarian missions for populations in crisis.

History

Proposed timeline for AN history.

Rise (1957-1968)

  • Event — After a long period of major international conflicts, the AN was founded. Treaty of $City.
  • Action — The organisation was very ambitious and established many child agencies. This greatly increases its power and overview.
  • Opinion — AN was generally trusted by governments and the public.

After a long period of major international conflicts, all countries came together and created the Assembled Nations, an international organisation dedicated to peace and prosperity on a global scale. As the First Argic War (1949-1954) and Long War (1932-1956) came to a close, the majority of the wurld was left shell-shocked and exhausted. No-one wanted to wage a war on such a scale ever again. Many states were convinced that the wurld needed an organisation to ensure peace and stability by setting and enforcing rules that would apply to every member. This was not a new idea. A first concept was proposed as early as 1795 by philosopher Armin Von Kent in his book A Philisophical Proposal for Permanent Pacification. However, many centuries went by before the global leadership created the Charter of the Assembled Nations. This massive milestone was incredibly ambitious, featuring articles that forbade member nations from meddling with the internal affairs of one another or declaring war on each other without arbitration.

The Assembled Nations started out with $SmallerNumber founding members who worked together to solve numerous issues. The disarmament commission fought to reduce the number of weapons in the wurld, while the International Labour Organisation sought to improve labor conditions. The precursor of ANESCO was founded. And a permanent central opium board was created in order to reduce the drug trade. An international organisation aiming to promote cooperation between scientists, researchers, teachers, and artists attracting the likes of !Albert Einstein, !Marie Curie, and many others, was formed. The League also featured an International Court of Justice, the precursor to the wurld health organisation, the slavery commission which sought to eradicate slavery and the slave trade, a commission dedicated to the aid of refugees. And last but not least, the committee for the study of the legal status of Women, who fought for women’s rights all over the wurld.

Failure (1968-1980s)

  • Event — AN failed to prevent the Second Argic War (1968-1974) or Great Alharun War (1972-1975).
  • Action — The organisation survived, but with reduced funding and power.
  • Opinion — As a consequence of these failures, the public trust in AN by governments and public was damaged.

For all the great humanitarian work the Assembled Nations had done across the glube, its peacekeeping role was little more than a sham. The whole wurld saw this. Multiple warring countries proved they could use the organisation as an extension of their own governments to pursue their own interests. The appeasement policy, which the Assembled Nations followed, would be exploited by other countries to an immense degree in the following decades.

Irrelevance (1980s-2020s)

  • Event — Succeeding decades of wurld affairs forced AN to take a backseat. Glubal disunity weakened AN even more. Countries often acted with impunity and little consequence.
  • Action — AN was mostly unable to stop conflicts before they erupt. Their response was limited to assisting with post-conflict problems, such as: refugees and peacekeeping. Other efforts included the recovery from natural disasters.
  • Opinion — The public was mostly indifferent regarding AN, while governments trusted it to carry out its limited duties.

After it failed as a peacekeeping body, the Assembled Nations turned its attention to humanitarian efforts. It ended the slave trade in Alharu, combatted the drug trade Aurelia, laid the groundwork for a wurld bank, gathered experts who wrote about the relationship between food and health and launched a massive campaign against infectious diseases such as malaria.

Return (2020s)

  • Event — The Anglian War and other wurld events.
  • Action — Many governments come together to restore a system of global peace.
  • Opinion — AN came to a better result than individual nations could achieve on their own.

Charter

WIP

Structure

ANHCR refugee camp in Wajoka.
Iverican AN forces under ANMIA Afropa.

The Assembled Nations[2] encompasses four principal institutions.

  • Assembled Council (AC): the primary deliberative body, made up of one representative ambassador from each member nation.
  • Security Council (SC): For matters pertaining to issues of peacekeeping and security.
  • International Court of Justice (ICJ): the paramount judicial venue that settles legal disputes between nations; advizes on legal questions submitted by the AC.
  • Secretariat (SEC): the general executive of the AN. (WIP. Do we really require this institution?)

Agencies

There are numerous other AN-affiliated and related agencies distributed around the wurld. These include:

  • ANCAO (AN Civil Aviation Organisation) in Tamworth, Gallambria
  • ANCLOS (AN Convention on the Law of the Sea) in $city, $country.
  • ANDPO (AN Department of Peace Operations) in $city, $country.
  • ANESCO (AN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) in $city, $country.
  • ANHCR (AN High Commissioner for Refugees) in $city, $country.
  • ANICEF (AN International Children's Emergency Fund) in $city, $country.
  • ANOS (AN Organisation for Standardisation) in $city, $country.

WIP. Here are some other organisations we might have a use for.

  • Environmental Research and Protection Organisation in $city, $country.
  • Global Bank Group in $city, $country.
  • Global Meteorological Organisation in $city, $country.
  • International Sea Justice Court in $city, $country.
  • World Currency Bank in $city, $country.
  • World Food Aid Programme in $city, $country.
  • World Health Organisation in $city, $country

First Secretary

The First Secretary of the Assembled Nations (FSAN) is the highest ranking official, responsible for the executive leadership of the organisation. They are the head of the AN Chief Secretariat located in $CityName, $Country. In their role, they are assisted by a deputy and by the director-general of administrative affairs. The FSAN is elected by the organisation's membership to serve a single six-year term.

No Portrait First Secretary[3]
(born–died)
Years in office Country of origin[4]
1 Sorin Adam - Nichita Stanescu - portret.jpg Mrs Katya Stănescu
(1912-1963)
1957-1963  Suverina
2 Julia Caesar.jpg Mrs Yulia Lemanczyk
(1908-1986)
1963-1969  Baltica
3 Portrait Bernard Devert JCGArnier fondclair.png Mr Johandry Dubert
(1922-2003)
1975-1981  Lysia
4 Maria-montez.jpg Mrs Arrica Sours
(1928-2012)
1981-1987  Montemadia
5 Flavia Franzoni and Romano Prodi - Giornata Autonomia 2014.JPG Mrs Flavia Pierle
(1936-2018)
1987-1993  Eldorado
6 Perrine Goulet.jpg Mrs Perrine Bergsbaken
(1938-2019)
1993-1999  Mokhavia
7 Virgil Duda.jpg Mr Virgil Chai
(1948-2026)
1999-2005  Fravina
8 Cecile Mclorin Salvant.jpg Mrs Cécile Mychael
(1950-2028)
2005-2011  Mevraq
9 Gunnar Ericsson SPA2 (cropped).jpg Mr Eriyon Goecker
(1958-2039)
2011-2017  Dolchland
10 Antonio banderas (cropped).jpg Mr Antwayne Zagula
(1971-2053)
2017-2023  Vasqqa

Membership

Unique among international organizations, every independent sovereign state is considered to be a member. States can decline this by explicitly rejecting their membership. Additionally, any entity judged by the Assembled Council to "exercise stable de facto control over a territory and population" also has a right to membership, even if it is unrecognized by other AN members.

Only one member state has left the organisation since it was created. This doesn't include member states that have broken up or joined with other member states. In a letter dated 2 April 2019, Volsci informed the Assembled Nations of its decision to withdraw from the AN.[5]

Peacekeeping missions

AN Department of Peace Operations (ANDPO)

Dates of mission Name of mission Location Conflict
1979-1995 Assembled Nations Mission in Gotneska (ANMIGK)  Gotneska Gotneskan Civil War
1992-1993 Assembled Nations Mission in Mahana (ANMIM)  Mahana Mahanan Civil War
2006–2009 Assembled Nations Mission in Zekistan (ANMIZ) Placeholder Flag.png Zekistan Civil war in Zekistan[6]
2016–present Assembled Nations Mission in Afropa (ANMIA)  Afropa War on Violetist Liberation Army[7]
2016–present Assembled Nations Mission in Bainbridge Islands (ANMIBI)  Bainbridge Islands Meteorolan anti-piracy[8]
2022-Present Assembled Nations Mission in Spring Isles (ANMISI) Spring Isles Operation Jormungandr

References

  1. OOC. Lore to be established. Iverica mentioned there was a nuclear weapon used against Mat Troi Lan (Sunset Sea Islands) during the Thalassan War.
  2. OOC. There is also an Assembly of Nations in Aurorum. On 14 January 2022 we checked with User:Concleror to ensure there would be no problem of overlapping names or abbreviations. They responded positively to our proposal. https://discord.com/channels/282995547755905024/374411025983864832/931548778140401706
  3. OOC. Gender was decided by random coin flip. Heads is female. Tails is male. https://www.google.com/search?q=flip+a+coin
  4. OOC. Historic leadership was decided at random, by picking a random number from the existing Membership list. https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=random+number+between+1+and+111
  5. A Word to Europa from the Founder (2 April 2019)
  6. Dark times over Zekistan (3 September 2006); Zekistan invasion (12 September 2006)
  7. War on Violetist Liberation Army (17 August 2016)
  8. The Imperial Navy sets sail, Chaper 3: Preparation (9 April 2019)

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