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The Chittagong Accord was an alliance during the Cold War that split from NATO, creating a third side of the war. The ideology was based on that of Ng Sam Hoong, the president of Malaysia at the time. The following signatories met in 1974:
  • Spain: Francisco Franco
  • Myanmar: Sein Win
  • Ethiopia: Mengistu Haile Mariam
  • Mexico: Luis Echeverría
  • Peru: Juan Velasco Alvarado
  • Viet-Malaysia: Ng Sam Hoong
  • Argentina: Juan Perón
  • Republic of China: Ng Sam Fa


The purpose of the treaty was to spark a sense of nationalism among the people of each country. In order to do this, many countries chose to adopt new "revolutionary" names:

  • Spain would be referred to as Iberia in colloquial and revolutionary speech.
  • Myanmar would be referred to as Bagan.
  • Ethiopia would be called Axum in revolutionary context.
  • Mexico would be renamed Azteca.
  • Peru would be called Tahuantinsuyo in revolutionary context.
  • Viet-Malaysia would be renamed Vietlaysia.
  • Argentina would be occasionally called Río de la Plata.
  • The Republic of China would be renamed Taiwan.

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