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New Nanjing is a nation in Southern Ourea. In the early 1960's, Fears of an invasion from the PRC led the ROC to begin a colonization effort on Ourea. multiple settlements on the southern part of the continent were erected five years later in 1967. mass amounts of people are sent there to start new lives. They are joined by Tibetans and Chinese from the mainland who are against the communist regime.
After 9 years of growth of the colony, it reaches two to three million people. But then everyone's fears are confirmed. On November of 1976, the Peoples Republic of China invades Taiwan. The ROC forces combined with the US hold off the invading PLA for three months, but ultimately fail. A mass exodus of people to the colony ensues. Reports of the PRC attacking ships to Ourea cause outcry in the western world, as pictures of maimed civilians floating in the pacific flash upon the screens of every citizen, but fails to bring more into the war. They sign a treaty in 1975, forcing the colony to rename to the Republic of New Nanjing.
Today the nation is prosperous, with the fourth largest economy on the continent. It is a member of the United Nations, NATO, and the Southern Economic Pact.
After its independence, a brief period of turmoil, caused by the massive amount of people coming in from the Chinese Unification War. The Island had little space to grow food for the amount of people it now occupied, so little settlements on the mainland were erected, home to the nations farmland. In 1979 the turmoil ended, with the election of president Den-Ying of the Chinese Nationalist Party. This revival of the Kuomintang was more nationalist and right wing than its predecessor. Den-Ying promised that the new homeland of the Republic of China would be more prosperous than its predecessor. Anti-PRC sentiment was increased during his term, the news heavily biased against anything communist. The nation allied with the nations of the west, including the UK and the US. providing it with weapons, the army was becoming more up to par with the west, albeit small in numbers. This is about the time Jrunism was introduced in the nation. It would grow to become the 4th largest religion. The nation stayed neutral in the Eastern Ourean Wars throughout the 70's.
After one term President Den-Ying would be replaced by Feng Ching-Hui in 1985. A former general in the National Revolutionary Army, his terms were plagued with naval skirmishes with Argentina that almost went to war.over a claimed part of Ourea. The land would become administered by the UN until its return to Argentina in 2006. He enacted military reforms in the nation, however halting the expansion of Jrunism. These restrictions on the religion would die with Feng, three years after his election.
The year of 1988 would see the first election of a president from a different party, the Progressive Party. They quickly undid Feng's Jrunist reforms, seeing them as "against the right to worship," This would also begin an era of peace that would last 20 years. New Nanjing Became one of the eight founders of the Southern Economic Pact. The 1990's saw an economic boom in the Southern Ocean in and around Ourea. Ports such as Chiang Chieh-shih City grew by 200,000.
The Progressive party would dominate politics, as the Nationalist party split into the Democratic Peoples Party and the Fundamentalist Party.
In 2008 this would change, however, As war between Ourean SR and the Jrunist State inadvertently brought NATO and the USSR involved. The two-year conflict ended with 5000 Nanjing casualties and came very close to a political breakdown between NATO and the Warsaw Pact.
The military consists of a total of 160,000 active men and 200,000 reserves. Most of its arms are supplied by NATO and Chile.