Yarden revisionist movements

The Yarden revisionist movements, more commonly referred to simply as Yarden Revisionism, describes the ideological spectrum of opposition to the 1973 Yarden Accords between Yisrael and Sydalon ending their 60-year cold war and numerous conflicts for a settled, cordial peace. Opposition to the Accords was strongest in the early years of the treaty's signing, peaking in the late 1970s and 1980s. By the late 1990s, Yarden Revisionism had dwindled from a political ideology and faction on the margins of global geopolitics and the domestic politics of both Yisrael and Sydalon to a largely-fringe political phenomenon. However, it has seen a smaller revival in the 2010s with the ascension of Pope Julius IV unto the Fabrian Catholic throne in 2015, which has influenced Revisionist thought to become more politically palatable among populist-nationalist and religious political forces in the Belisarian Catholic world and beyond.


Signing of the Yarden Accords

Opposition in the 1970s and 1980s

Opposition in the 1990s and 2000s

Opposition since the 2010s

Ideological spectrum

Religious opposition

Pan-nationalist opposition

Foreign policy liberal opposition

Major opposition groups, factions, and individuals

By country



While public support in Sydalon for the Yarden Accords remains a majority, a number of political factions remain opposed to the agreement. The largest such faction is the Patriots Movement, a far-right political party that was founded in the first years after the Accords were signed. The party currently holds 11 seats in the National Assembly. Other minor political factions such as New Order, and Vanguard of the People are also opposed to the Accords. Few other factions in the Senate are outright opposed to the Accords, but hold a more populist manifesto of seeking a popular referendum on the Accords, but this has thus far failed to gain traction.


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