The Nordic Confederation is a joint government comprising Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Finland. It is currently allied with the Atlantic/Pacific Cooperation Alliance.
The Confederation was created during the Treaty of Oslo, of 2016, in which Sweden, Finland, Norway, Iceland and Denmark would, both economically and politically, integrate into the Nordic Confederation. It's creation would be eventually very useful both to the United Socialist Republics (USR) and the Atlantic/Pacific Cooperation Alliance (APCA), due to the strategical position of the five countries. The USR made the first move, saying that the countries' Nordic Economic Model was very similar to the Socialist Economic Model. However, the Prime-Minister Gustav Hegge and his colleagues reunited in the Oslo Confederate Ministry and eventually came to the conclusion that joining the APCA would be better than joining the USR. Hegge then wrote a letter showing the countries' interest in joining the Atlantic Alliance to the United States, formally becoming one of its members.
The Nordic Confederation is currently engaged, or was previously engaged, in the following conflicts:
- Second Cold War (Formerly, 2016-2019)
- War on the Middle East (Currently, 2016-)
- World War Three (Currently, 2019-)
- Burmese Expansion Wars (Formerly, 2016-2017)