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| Treaty of Terranova|
| Mutual Territorial Development Agreement by the United States of America and the Empire of Japan|
|Type of treaty||Mutual assistance pact|
|Signatories|| Empire of Japan|
United States of America
The Mutual Territorial Development Agreement by the United States of America and the Empire of Japan (Japanese: 米国と大日本帝国の相互領土開発協定 Beikoku to Dainipponteikoku no sōgo ryōdo kaihatsu kyōtei), known more informally as the Treaty of Terranova (Japanese: テラノヴァ協定 Teranova Kyōtei), is a mutual assistance pact first drafted in the middle of 1812 between the United States and the Empire of Japan. It is intended to cement an alliance between the United States and Japan in an effort to ensure mutual dominance in the Asia-Pacific and American regions should the Spanish Empire fall. It is currently undergoing discussion in Terranova, United States.
The United States of America and the Empire of Japan hereby agree that for a period of [number] years, both nations will assist each other to develop their territorial and colonial interests for the mutual benefit of both nations.
- AGREEMENT I
The Empire of Japan and the United States of America agree that should the fall of the Spanish Empire occur, the two nations will work together to ensure mutual dominance in the Pacific and American regions.
- AGREEMENT II
The Empire of Japan, in return for assistance from the United States to modernise and industrialise the Empire, hereby agrees to render the United States assistance in the establishment of American administration of Akao-Tō, as well as a set percentage of all outbound trade to be directed solely to the United States.
- AGREEMENT III
Mutual assistance shall be rendered to both countries by both countries to secure Japanese sovereignty in Karafuto should Russia choose to seize the island which most rightfully belongs to the Empire, and American authority over what is currently Russian America, should Russia refuse to cede the territory to the United States.
- AGREEMENT IV
This mutual territorial development pact may be renewed following the expiry date through the mutual agreement of both nations.