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EDEN
Flag of EDEN
Map of EDEN
Formation September 26, 2009
(Day 676)
Dissolution May 6, 2013
(Day 1994)
Type Military
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Members 7


Ballflag version of the EDEN logo

Erepublik Defence & Economy Network (abbr. "EDEN", aka. "The Brotherhood") was a military alliance consisting of 7 countries and popularly accepted as the successor to ATLANTIS due to its high concentration of former ATLANTIS members and its inherited anti-PEACE sentiments. It was the longest lasting alliance in Erepublik history.

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Formation

Originally, EDEN did not have an official charter nor any treaties establishing the alliance. This was due to their belief that treaties "are a formality" and their goal is to "do things properly" which included dissociating themselves with governments.[1] However, after a joint EDEN/Fortis victory in the invasion of North America, an official treaty was drawn up creating the alliance.

After Sweden attacked Germany, ATLANTIS dissolved. EDEN was one of two post-ATLANTIS anti-PEACE alliances, the other being Fortis. However, Fortis never materialized as the proposed members became complacent with the negotiations. Eventually most of the Fortis nations joined EDEN as members. However, even before this the nations were united in an effort to concentrate their efforts and establish one major anti-PEACE alliance which became the model for EDEN as it exists currently--albeit with the notable exemption of the UK and Germany, which joined forces with PEACE.

EDEN at first claimed to be a "brotherhood of nations"[2] (as opposed to a regular military alliance), though its formal establishment by the signing of the Treaty of EDEN[3] during the late September 2009 rendered any real grounds for this claim immaterial.

On September 26th, 2009, EDEN was officially founded by Icon-Croatia.png Croatia, Icon-Finland.png Finland, Icon-Norway.png Norway, Icon-Poland.png Poland, Icon-Romania.png Romania, Icon-Spain.png Spain and Icon-Sweden.png Sweden. [4] (Number of members: 7)

Country(s) Date Decision
Icon-Canada.png Canada and Icon-Greece.png Greece September 27th, 2009 Joined[5]
Icon-Bosnia and Herzegovina.png Bosnia and Herzegovina October 3rd, 2009 Joined[6]
Icon-Switzerland.png Switzerland November 8th, 2009 Joined[7]
Icon-USA.png USA November 29th, 2009 Joined[8]
Icon-Australia.png Australia January 13th, 2010 Joined[9]
Icon-USA.png USA March 31st, 2010 Left[10]
Icon-China.png China July 29th, 2010 Joined[11]
Icon-Italy.png Italy October 7th, 2010 Joined[12]
Icon-Bulgaria.png Bulgaria January 21st, 2011 Joined[13]
Icon-Switzerland.png Switzerland January 21st, 2011 Left[14]
Icon-Poland.png Poland January 23rd, 2011 Left[15]
Icon-Spain.png Spain February 5th, 2011 Left[16]
Icon-Ireland.png Ireland March 9th, 2011 Joined[17]
Icon-Ukraine.png Ukraine March 15th, 2011 Joined[18]
Icon-Sweden.png Sweden April 12th, 2011 Left[19]
Icon-Bosnia and Herzegovina.png Bosnia and Herzegovina July 15th, 2011 Left[20]
Icon-Israel.png Israel August 10th, 2011 Joined[21]
Icon-Belarus.png Belarus October 11th, 2011 Joined[22]
Icon-Australia.png Australia November 30th, 2011 Left[23]
Icon-Portugal.png Portugal December 12th, 2011 Joined[24]
Icon-Albania.png Albania March 18th, 2012 Joined[25]
Icon-Bulgaria.png Bulgaria March 20th, 2012 Left[26]
Icon-Turkey.png Turkey April 14th, 2012 Joined[27]
Icon-Canada.png Canada May 30th, 2012 Left[28]
Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands and Icon-Republic of China (Taiwan).png Republic of China (Taiwan) June 24th, 2012 Joined[29]
Icon-Argentina.png Argentina July 8th, 2012 Joined[30]
Icon-Finland.png Finland August 14th, 2012 Left[31]
Icon-Bosnia and Herzegovina.png Bosnia and Herzegovina September 3rd, 2012 Re-joined[32]
Icon-Belarus.png Belarus October 28th, 2012 Left[33]
Icon-Ireland.png Ireland December 10th, 2012 Left[34]
Icon-Colombia.png Colombia December 21st, 2012 Joined[35]
Icon-Argentina.png Argentina January 13th, 2013 Left[36]
Icon-Norway.png Norway February 9th, 2013 Left[37]
Icon-Portugal.png Portugal February 12th, 2013 Left[38]
Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands February 16th, 2013 Left[39]
Icon-Republic of China (Taiwan).png Republic of China (Taiwan) April 20th, 2013 Left[?]
Icon-Colombia.png Colombia April 20th, 2013 Left[?]
Icon-Romania.png Romania April 24th, 2013 Left[40]
Icon-Italy.png Italy April 30th, 2013 Left[41]
Icon-Croatia.png Croatia May 1st, 2013 Left[42]


At the time of its dissolution, none of the original 7 members were still in the alliance.

All-Time Membership

Member countries (Green), Trial Members (Light Green)

All-Time Trial Membership

Former Members (Sorted by date of leaving the alliance)

Alliance Leadership

Country Citizen
Supreme Commander
Icon-Greece.png Greece Iaswn
Assistant Supreme Commanders
Icon-Greece.png Greece Vasilis Karavias
Military Commander
Icon-Turkey.png Turkey RomyTR


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