The Treaty of Midway was a proposal to establish economic and political stability in the Pacific, and make control of the Pacific neutral to all nations.
- A set of international waters will be jointly recognized, extending non-inclusively east of Palau, north of Australia and Papua (including New Caledonia), south of Aleutia, and west of Samoa (including Hawaii).
- These waters will be completely neutral economically and militarily. No tariff from any state will be required, and all foreign military conflicts will be forbidden.
- The waters outside of this zone will be individually controlled by their respective nation: the eastern waters to Japan (as described in the Treaty of Beijing), the East Indies to Spain (as described in the Treaty of The Hague), the North Pacific to Borealia, and the South Pacific (north of the Antarctic Ocean) to the Hesperian League (with respect to the Fourth Treaty of Chan Chan).
- Law and order in these waters will be maintained by the independent Commonwealth of Oceana (formally the Borealian Martime Territory), the Republic of Hawaii, and the Protectorates of Brazil. These states will be jointly protected by the members of the PPS, the GEACPS, and the Roman Empire.
- The Empire of Japan will cede control of Fiji to the Commonwealth of Oceana, while the Commonwealth will give Japan sovereign rule over Guam and Palau. However, no citizens of either state living in these areas should be obligated to move or change their status.
- The Empire of Japan will give exclusive trading rights to two ports of their choosing: one with the Union of Borealia, and the other with the Andean Monarchy (with respect to any previous trade agreements).
- Brazil, Borealia and Japan will retain the right to withdraw their states from the international zone in the case of abject economic crisis.
- Japan will retain the right to raise minimal tariffs in the Solomon Islands.
The Empire of Brazil requests permission to join these deliberations, as owner of (most of) Polynesia, Samoa, Vanuatu, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Nauru, Northern Mariana, and Guam (Treaty of The Hague and Treaty of Porto Vila). Brazil had previously requested a treaty with Japan created a trade agreement and a formal agreement on future borders (basically Brazil remaining as it is, and Brazil recognizing whatever Japan wanted), and believes this treaty would be a good opportunity to begin such negotiations. Fritzmet (talk) 03:17, June 19, 2015 (UTC)
The Empire of Japan grants the Empire of Brazil permission to join these deliberations and recognizes the Brazilian presence in the Pacific. The Empire of Japan is honored to be included in this treaty, however Imperial Japan would like to clarify the boundaries of the given sea regions (South China Sea, East Indies, North Pacific, South Pacific, and neutral waters) with a map. Imperial Japan would also requests to have sea control from her southern most island to her northern most island. The Empire of Japan also requests control of the sea zone between her Papua and Indonesian colonies and Northern (grey) Australia. - Imperial Japanese Foreign Minister Riyu (KawaiiKame)
Spain and Japan have a trade agreement wherein Spain is given exclusive trade rights in the Pearl River Delta while Japan receives the same in Singapore and the waters of Malacca. Spain thus objects to so much water area being controlled by nations. The majority of th vast region of the Pacific should be free international waters where ships of any nation are allowed to pass freely and unharassed. (You are taking too much power and area. Let boats be boats. Also, we need a map) Roque Jon Reyes, Spanish Foreign Secretary05:16, June 19, 2015 (UTC)
Not sure if I made the map right, but this is what I could make out from what Nathan said. http://oi60.tinypic.com/168hrud.jpg
Borealia agrees to that the international waters should be expanded, with respect to trade agreements already established.
The per the Treaty of São Tomás the different claims between Brazil and Borealia have been finalized. The Empire of Brazil recognizes Borealian ownership or control over the islands of New Caledonia, Fiji, Norfolk, Wallis and Futuna, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, and the Mariana Islands, while Borealia recognizes Brazilian ownership or control over the islands of Brazilian Polynesia, Samoa, Vanuatu, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Guam, and Nauru. Can this treaty be added here? Fritzmet (talk) 05:33, June 21, 2015 (UTC)
The Empire of Japan cities that the Treaty of Sao Tomas, which has no signatures currently and only two signature nation, violates this treaty, The Treaty of Midway, which has three signatures, and six signature nations. The Treaty of Midway specifically cites that the disputed territory of Fiji shall be formally transferred as Borelian territory in return for Borelian controlled Guam and Palau. The Treaty of Sao Tomas, however, states that the island of Guam shall be recognized as Brazilian territory, violating the Treaty of Midway. Imperial Japan is also slightly insulted that Brazil recognizes Borelia's claim of Fiji over Imperial Japan, when Imperial Japan has not only recognized the Brazilian presence in the Pacific, but also was given Fiji per Communist Franco-Imperial Japanese diplomacy of 1884:
☀Communist France Diplomacy: The People's Republic of France, under the behalf of the People's Army of France hereby requests the recognition of the new government from nations around the world, and the execution and/or arrest of any remaining lackeys belonging the capitalist French Kingdom/Empire.
- Imperial Japan: We are willing to recognize and support the Communist French in return for the French Pacific colonies of the northern Philippines and Fiji.
- Communist France Diplomacy: We hereby accept the offer of the Japanese.
This territorial claim over Fiji has more legitimacy than the Borelian claim over Fiji since the Empire of Japan has not only made an official deal with Communist France, but her claim over the French Northern Philippines was and still is recognized. Thus this begs the question, why does the Borelian claim of Fiji superceed the Japanese claim of Fiji? Now, the Empire of Japan is still up to negotiations regarding Fiji and the rest of the Pacific. I The Empire of Japan confirms that the Spanish complaint is valid, and thanks Borelia for recognizing this trade agreement between The Empire of Spain and the Empire of Japan, as well as agreeing to expand international waters in terms of trade agreements in general, and cites that as a move of progress on Borealia part. We thank the Empire of India for its unofficial map of the original treaty proposals, but Imperial Japan still requests an official map of the updated terms and conditions of the Treaty of Midway from Borelia. -Imperial Japanese Foreign Minister Riyu (KawaiiKame)
The Treaty of São Tomás doesn't attempt to supersede this treaty, and in particular it only sorts out claims between Brazil and Borealia only. So in other words it doesn't necessarily claim Borealia has more of a right to Fiji than Japan, just that it has more of a claim to Fiji than Brazil. Considering that this treaty comes after the Treaty of São Tomás they aren't in conflict. And lastly Brazil will cede Guam to Japan if needed. Fritzmet (talk) 06:32, June 21, 2015 (UTC)
The Empire of Japan apologizes to the Empire of Brazil for the misunderstanding regarding the Treaty of São Tomás and is happy that Brazil is willing to change the Treaty of São Tomás for the sake of this treaty as well as being willing to cede Guam to Japan. Our hope is that Japan can normalize relations after this diplomatic blunder, and once this official normalization of relations is achieved, a trade agreement negotiation. -Imperial Japanese Foreign Minister Riyu
Here's my best attempt to draw Brazil's stuff on the map below.
- Union of Borealia - Nathan1123 (talk) 19:22, June 18, 2015 (UTC)
- Empire of Japan -Imperial Foregin Minister of Japan Riyu (KawaiiKame)
- Roman Empire - "This is not your grave but you are welcome in it." 03:06, June 19, 2015 (UTC)
- United Kingdom of Spain (and associated territories) - Igon Artemio Gomez, Foreign Secretary of Spain
- Kingdom of Emeraldie - Dreamcaster1 (talk) 20:01, June 18, 2015 (UTC)
- Andean Monarchy - Yeah, sure whatever. #PraiseRoosevelt. 02:13, June 22, 2015 (UTC)
Map of the Pacific
Here's what it should look like: