The Second Hesperian League, Sometimes known as the Argentine Pact, the Cuzco Pact, or the Hesperian League, is the successor to the Hesperian League and Union of Hesperia and Borealia (Principia Moderni III Map Game). Formed in 1840, the League is a military, economic and social organization located on the Hesperian Continent. Centered in the City of Santa Cruz, Brazil, the League was founded in 1840 with Andea, Brazil, Voylarcor, and the Osean Federation (Osean Dictatorship) as the founding members.
Roots and Formation
The idea of a continental alliance existed since the 1600s in the form of the first Hesperian League. The League was eventually made defunct when the Empire of Spain absorbed most of the members. Following the War of the Grand Coalition, the Peruvian Confederation (Andea) reformed the Hesperian League in the form of the Union of Hesperia and Borealia. The Union was designed to stop another massive war in the Americas, but ultimately failed as many nations began to pursue interests in expansion. The formation of the New Munich Pact essentially made the Union redundant, leaving Andea to push for reforms.
Andea, due mostly to the rise of the New Munich Pact and the inactivity of the Union, formed the Second Hesperian League. The League was designed to encourage stability on the continent and to aid the continent's young nations in developing. The League was formally created with the Treaty of Buenos Noches on March 14th, 1840.
Bold means that the nation is a founding member.
- Andea (Treaty of Buenos Noches)
- Brazil (Treaty of Buenos Noches)
- Osea (Treaty of Buenos Noches)
- Emeraldie (Third Treaty of Chan Chan)
- Vorlayacor (Joined Andea after the Andean Civil War)