Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference on Basic Rules

Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference on Basic Rules

Postby Yolo04 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 5:26 pm

This conference is to discuss the basic rules and the threats that attack the Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference
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Re: Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference on Basic Rules

Postby Yolo04 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:46 pm

Honorable Delegates, we have come here to discuss major issue to the Terran Sovereignty Coalition or TSC. This conference is closed to only the founding members of the TSC, which are as follows: Vanuku, Keymon, and Lourenne. The main issues we are to discuss are the following:
1)The major threats to the Terran Sovereignty Coalition, mainly coming from the Coalition of Revolutionary Socialist States
2)Establishing the veto powers of the three founding members and the powers of the veto
3)The establishment of a combined training program
4)The establishment of the strategic priorities of the TSC.
5)The establishment of the Defense Council and its powers
6)The establishment of the Administrative Council and its powers
7)The establishment of the General Council and its powers

Any other discussions will be shut down and redirected towards the above issues.

All great delegates, please be respectful and discuss your opinions fairly.
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Re: Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference on Basic Rules

Postby Sisyphus » Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:51 pm

Baroness Jezklune Anzlék, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Vanuku:

Fellow delegates, we thank our Keymonite colleague for opening this inaugural TSC conference. From the Kingdom of Vanuku's point of view I will try to address the points made.

1) In terms of major threats, we see it from another perspective. The TSC is not threatened by C.A.R.S.S.; it was set up in order to offset the threat C.A.R.S.S posed to individual sovereign states while the World Congress remains inert and toothless. As long as this alliance holds we have the combined military might, the political support and geographic and strategic resources to counter aggressive behaviour and threat of force, such as we saw used to undermine Selucia's sovereignty.

2) In terms of the Veto, we believe this should be available to the three founding members and can be wielded to prevent other nations joining the coalition, where good grounds of incompatibility exist. Hopefully, this should not be needed but the power is there in case the integrity of the coalition is jeopardised.

3) A combined military training programme should be in place by next year at the latest - I would suggest half yearly combined military exercises to start with, staged on a rotating basis in the three founding member countries. This can be reviewed as and when other members join the coalition. Our joint chiefs of staff and defence ministers should liaise regularly to get these exercises off the ground.

4) Vanuku's proposed strategic policy is simply this - to ensure the alliance is strong enough to help maintain peace, prosperity and stability on Terra and to defend the rights of member nations and other sovereign nations, where necessary.

5), 6) and 7) Vanuku is not interested in bureaucracy for the sake of it. Until this coalition grows I believe the heads of government, foreign ministers and ministers of defence and their teams, backed by a small dedicated Coalition admin team paid for out of the treaty budget, can handle the running of this body. This can be done through periodic conferences like this and other open channels of communication. Chairmanship of the coalition - and therefore these meetings - can be passed from head of government to head of government on a rotating basis, perhaps on a four-yearly-basis. (OOC - it would just keep the RP more simple if looked at in this abstract way too)

I welcome thoughts on these considerations.
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Re: Terran Sovereignty Coalition Conference on Basic Rules

Postby Yolo04 » Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:14 am

Sisyphus wrote:Baroness Jezklune Anzlék, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Vanuku:

Fellow delegates, we thank our Keymonite colleague for opening this inaugural TSC conference. From the Kingdom of Vanuku's point of view I will try to address the points made.

1) In terms of major threats, we see it from another perspective. The TSC is not threatened by C.A.R.S.S.; it was set up in order to offset the threat C.A.R.S.S posed to individual sovereign states while the World Congress remains inert and toothless. As long as this alliance holds we have the combined military might, the political support and geographic and strategic resources to counter aggressive behaviour and threat of force, such as we saw used to undermine Selucia's sovereignty.

2) In terms of the Veto, we believe this should be available to the three founding members and can be wielded to prevent other nations joining the coalition, where good grounds of incompatibility exist. Hopefully, this should not be needed but the power is there in case the integrity of the coalition is jeopardised.

3) A combined military training programme should be in place by next year at the latest - I would suggest half yearly combined military exercises to start with, staged on a rotating basis in the three founding member countries. This can be reviewed as and when other members join the coalition. Our joint chiefs of staff and defence ministers should liaise regularly to get these exercises off the ground.

4) Vanuku's proposed strategic policy is simply this - to ensure the alliance is strong enough to help maintain peace, prosperity and stability on Terra and to defend the rights of member nations and other sovereign nations, where necessary.

5), 6) and 7) Vanuku is not interested in bureaucracy for the sake of it. Until this coalition grows I believe the heads of government, foreign ministers and ministers of defence and their teams, backed by a small dedicated Coalition admin team paid for out of the treaty budget, can handle the running of this body. This can be done through periodic conferences like this and other open channels of communication. Chairmanship of the coalition - and therefore these meetings - can be passed from head of government to head of government on a rotating basis, perhaps on a four-yearly-basis. (OOC - it would just keep the RP more simple if looked at in this abstract way too)

I welcome thoughts on these considerations.


The Keymon Delegation agrees fully with the Vanukuean Delegation.

We simply request the lourennais Delegation with us or come up with a better deal
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