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Founded in 1924, the East-Asian Confederation is a supra-national organisation composed of China's sphere of influence.

In 1938 states which were tributary to member states other than China, as well as Mongolia and Tibet, were allowed to become Special Members.

In 1945 provision for Associate Membership was made.

Membership

Founders

Subsequent Members

  • Flag of Brunei Sultanate of Brunei - 1937
  • FlagofhawaiiWSMT2 Kingdom of Hawai`i - 1941
  • Sultanate of Malacca - 1937
  • Kingdom of Okinawa - 1937
  • Sultanate of Pahang - 1937

Special Membership

Associate Membership

  • Kingdom of Ethiopia - 1945
  • Kingdom of Madagascar - 1945
  • Sultanate of Witu - 1945
  • Sultanate of Zanzibar - 1945

Observers

Structure

The organization is composed of three levels of councils, each headed by the Chinese Emperor. The ambassadors to the councils are not appointed by the Head of State, but in a general election between political parties. The winning candidate must be approved by the Head of State but this is usually a ceremonial procedure.

Special members are allowed to participate in debate over a proposed resolution but not vote on it. They have one seat each on the two lower councils

Supreme Council

This level composed of the founding members. Each nation has one vote. A unanimous nay vote automatically ends a resolution (Note: a unanimous yea vote does not automatically pass a resolution).

High Council

This level is composed of all members. Each nation has one vote.

People's Council

Each nation is given one vote based roughly on population size. It is determined thus:

  • 25,000,000 people or less = one vote
  • 25,000,000-100,000,000 people = four votes
  • 100,000,000-500,000,000 people = ten votes
  • 500,000,000 or more = 20 votes

This was biased towards the smaller nations to make sure that China could not hold sway over any decision due to its huge population.

Associate members

Nations who are associate receive all the security and financial rewards that voting members have. Plus, being one carries almost the same prestige. The two key differences are that associate members:

  • cannot vote on the three councils.
  • can choose to be subject to certain resolutions by the councils.

This is mainly due to social and cultural considerations.

Votes

Nation SC-V HC-V PC-V Notes
Brunei - 1 1
Burma 1 1 4
Campuchea 1 1 1
China 1 1 20
Dai Viet 1 1
Ethiopia - - -
Hawai`i - 1 1
Japan 1 1 10
Kedah - - - Tributary to Siam
Kelantan - - - Tributary to Siam
Korea 1 1 4
Maguindanao - - - Tributary to Brunei
Madagascar - - -
Malacca - 1 1
Mongolia - - - Integrated with China
Okinawa - 1 1
Pahang - 1 1
Perak - - - Tributary to Siam
Siam 1 1 4
Sulu - - - Tributary to Brunei
Terengganu - - - Tributary to Siam
Tibet - - - Integrated with China
Witu - - -
Zanzibar - - -


Flag of the Qing dynasty (1889-1912)   Members of the East-Asian Confederation   Flag of the Qing dynasty (1889-1912)
Member Nations

Brunei | Burma | Campuchea | China | Dai Viet | Hawai`i | Japan | Korea | Malacca | Okinawa | Pahang | Siam |

Special Members

Kedah | Kelantan | Maguindanao | Mongolia | Perak | Sulu | Terengganu | Tibet

Associate Members

Ethiopia | Madagascar | Witu | Zanzibar

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