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The European Union
Members in blue, Special Members in dark blue, Observing Members in light blue, Proposed Members in turquoise, States under EU in sky blue, USSR in red
(1954 - Incumbent)
|English, French, Italian, Norsk, Bokmål, German, Romansh, Nynorsk, Arabic|
Italy, Norway, Switzerland, The United Kingdom
|Members||Andorra, Austria, Denmark, Federation of the Levant, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Kurdistan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway, Nuova Roma, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, The United Kingdom, Turkey, Yugoslavia|
|Established||June 19th, 1948|
The European Union (EU) is a supranational organisation created in Mid-1948. It is comprised of primarily Western European governments and was formed in order to improve economics, industrialization and to help stabilize the continent after the events of World War II. Viva Europa!
Receives Full Vote
- Federation of the Levant
- Nuova Roma
- The United Kingdom
Receives Half of a Vote
- British East Africa (Colony of the United Kingdom)
- British Borneo (Colony of the United Kingdom)
- French Central Africa (Colony of France)
- French Indochina (Colony of France)
- French Kenya (Colony of France)
- French North Africa (Colony of France)
- French West Africa (Colony of France)
- Greenland (Constituent of Denmark)
- Hong Kong (Territory of the United Kingdom)
- Macau (Territory of Portugal)
- Republic of Island (British Protectorate)
Receives No Vote
States Under EU
- Sabah - Under British Protection
- The Northern Netherlands - Under British Protection
- The Southern Netherlands - Under French Protection
Branches of the European Union
The European Union is currently made up of three branches and one sub-branch. Each functions separately but all in all helps to aid every member of the EU.
The European Security Counsel
As the original branch of the European Union the European Security Counsel is open to all members and they meet every year at the headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. These meetings usually last all day and the Security Counsel discusses current political, economical, and colonial issues that West and recently East Europe is facing.
The United Forces
A special programme created by Swiss and British officials and is located in Zurich Switzerland near the main EU Headquarters. It consists of three hundred special ops agents from each of the EU nations and specialises in espionage as well as works with intelligence agencies such as MI6.
The European Technological Alliance (ETA)
Formerly the British-Italian Technological Alliance, the ETA is now open to all permanent members of the EU as a way to modernise their countries and work together to improve military and nuclear weaponry. The headquarters for the ETA is located in London, England, the United Kingdom.
The United Programme for Space Exploration (UPSE)
The UPSE is a sub-branch of the European Technological based in Florence, Italy and its primary focus is space exploration for all members of the EU. Their main goal is to be the first to land on the moon and plant the EU flag there.
Meetings of the European Union
If you aren't part of the EU then you aren't allowed to view these meetings.
1949 meeting in Zurich - European Rebuilding Efforts, French Membership in the European Union, Nuclear Weapons, The Southern Defense Pact, The Greek Civil War, The European Technological Alliance (ETA), The Position of Spain, Meeting has been adjourned.
1950 Meeting in Rouen - Headquarters II, Nations Against Communism, The Position of the Netherlands, Meeting has been adjourned.
1951 Meeting in London - Meeting has been postponed.
1954-1961 - Meetings have been postponed due to multiple global military conflicts.
Policies of the European Union
Southern Defense Pact:
The European Union, as a result of a resolution passed in the 1949 meeting in Zurich, is hostile towards the Southern Defense Pact. All members of the Southern Defense Pact can not be members of the EU and are considered enemies*, if any member of the SDP were to declare war on an EU member or embargo it, there would be an equal response from the entire EU. The European Union considers the Southern Defense Pact an enemy to global stability.
*Turkey and India are the only exceptions to this rule.
The United Nations:
All members of the European Union are to join the UN effective immediately. All future members will be automatically admitted into the UN.
War in the Middle East:
In the event that war breaks out in the Middle East between the SDP members all EU members are required to support the British and French protectorates and colonies there and help to prevent Saudi Arabia from taking over. We will all participate in any negotiations that may happen as one unified body.