The Raleigh Treaty

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This is a treaty between the United Kingdom and Ireland. It's main points are the creation and maintaining of a non-aggression policy, passing Mutual Protection Pacts each month, trading, defence of both nations and diplomatic co-ordination. It was ratified of the 20th of January 2009, and has been in effect ever since.

The Raleigh Treaty

Article I: Statement of Intention

This treaty between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland is to accompany the Mutual Protection Pact. It is to serve as a successor to the Blind Old Nouns Accords. Both sides, with good will and intentions, sign it for continued good relations shared in the past.

Article II: Sovereignty

Both nations accept the responsibility of respecting each other’s sovereignty. Neither shall interfere with any of the other’s affairs, whether they are external or internal, unless agreed upon in the treaty.

Article III: Non-Aggression

(Updated: United Kingdom)
Both nations agree to never attack the other nation, whether it is directly through an attack on their land, or indirectly through a third party attack. Neither nation may offer any assistance be it military or economic to an attack against the other nation. Military assistance is understood to mean deployment of soldiers or support of enemy soldiers. Economic assistance is understood to mean donating funds, gifting, or the selling or trading of weapons and other war material to the enemy. In addition, any wars between the two nations created by proxy within the game, such as those initiated when an MPP with a another partner is engaged, must be ended immediately by both nations. Additionally, neither nation may engage in or in any way support an internal coup within the other nation. Should conflict arise, both nations will either attempt to resolve this issue diplomatically or dissolve the treaty. Each nation agrees to the renewal of an MPP every month, and both nations agree to share the cost 50/50.

Article IV: Trade

(Revised: United Kingdom)
Trade is to remain unhindered by the government in all circumstances between the United Kingdom and Ireland. This includes, but is not limited to, embargoes and government recommendations to General Managers to cease trade.

Article V: Defence Pact

Both states agree to defend the other should they be invaded. This can be through military assistance, our economic support. They also agree to give the other nations diplomatic support. Both nations agree to defend the other regardless of the invaders alliance affiliation. Invasion is defined as a foreign nation directly declaring war, or through a foreign entity or nation attempting to take control of part or all of the government through the election system

Article VI: Diplomatic Co-Ordination

(Updated: United Kingdom)
During times of peace, both countries will share all relevant intelligence with each other and ensure that any shared information is contained within the congress chamber of both countries.

Article VII: Wartime Aggression

(Updated: Ireland)
Both nations must assist in Resistance wars started in original territory of either nation in this treaty; this must be done regardless of previous affiliation with any nation. The other nation must be informed of the Resistance war intention before any military aggression has begun.

Article VIII: Signing Regulations

Both nations must pass the treaty through the Dáil Éireann and House of Commons. Each nation must achieve a 50% +1 majority, and a vote must be held for at least 24 hours. Upon the passing of the treaty, both Presidents must sign the treaty, and the treaty shall be renewed and amended every six months.

Article IX: Treaty Cancellation

Either nation must declare their intention to withdraw from the Treaty at least seven days before doing so. This withdrawal must be ratified by the respective congress of the nation with a 50% + 1 majority. The treaty may also be cancelled if the terms have been broken by either nation.