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Anon 11/06/2021 (Sat) 15:38:00 No.6053
CLAY WARS >come up with a country >have autistic relations with other countries >stealing clay is allowed (but not recommended in the early stages) IN THIS EDITION >the level of technology allowed is that of the current year, because it is the current year for all practical purposes >the history of the world is different from real-life history, although there may be varying degrees of correspondence; it's not important why things are different or the same, but assume a blank slate outside your country Post the following: >updated map with your country >flag (using FlagMaker is recommended) https://flagmakerjr.stg7.net >name of the country >political system >head of state >capital city >languages >ethnic and religious composition >history >military capabilities >economy (how industrialised it is, etc.) >currency >foreign policy (immigration, etc.) >future goals of the government >what life is like for the average citizen Let's play a game, /comfy/
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The Republic of Khazaria >political system Unicameral presidential republic. The Independence Party is the dominant political party in the country, holding 96 out of 120 seats in the Mecilis (parliament). >head of state The President is head of state and head of government. Since 1991, the position has been held by Mansur Sultan. >capital city Akyar a.k.a Sevastopol. >languages The official language of the government is Oghuric. Turkish is widely spoken. By presidential decree in 1992, it was made illegal to speak Russian. This is a part of the de-sovietification policy that the ruling party has been employing since the independence of Khazaria. >ethnic and religious composition Khazaria has 7 million inhabitants. Most of the country's population are Khazar. Despite massive deportations in the 90's, a small Russian minority (~5%) still exists in the country. Sunni Islam is the dominant religion in the country, followed by Judaism and Tengrism. >history The Republic of Khazaria is the successor to the medieval Khazar Khaganate. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the Khazar SSR became the independent Republic of Khazaria. >military capabilities Khazaria has a comparatively weak military. Military service is voluntary. Khazar Defence Forces consist of ground forces, navy and air force. The ground forces have 40 000 active personnel, 160 tanks, 1130 armored vehicles, 300 self propelled artillery and 900 towed artillery. The navy has 6 000 active personnel, 3 destroyers, 2 frigates, 5 corvettes and 28 patrol boats. The air force has 10 000 active personnel, 26 fighters, 15 transport aircraft, 70 helicopters and 35 attack helicopters. >economy (how industrialised it is, etc.) The economy is a free market. The country's industry is heavily dependent on the agrarian sector. Khazaria exports sunflower seeds, barley, wheat, maize and potatoes, among others. Urbanization is at a berry low rate; the capital and largest city Akyar has a population of just 500 000. >currency 1 Yarmaq = 100 Piastres >foreign policy (immigration, etc.) Irredentist sentiment is high among the population, who consider the ancestral lands of ancient Khazaria to be rightfully theirs. Not just sentimental, but economic motives are behind a policy set on expanding the Republic: More land means more farms. Citizenship can be acquired via naturalization by anyone except ethnic Russians. Khazar families will often send their children abroad to study, since the country to date has no universities of its own. The country is looking for good friends and partners on the international stage. >future goals of the government The government, led by Mansur Sultan, aims to restore the former glory of the Khazar Khaganate by emphasizing the importance of protecting Khazar culture, language and customs and by expanding the borders of the Republic. >what life is like for the average citizen Most citizens live in big families in the countryside, working on large farms. In the last 30 years, the population increased by two million; this is due to the rise of birth rates after the fall of communism. People in general are berry optimistic and lead simple, but happy lives.
>>6054 God i wish i were a kid in Khazaria
>>6054 i sure like me some khazar milkers
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Tywa Arat Khanate >political system Absolutist Buddhist monarchy. >head of state The Khan Khertek-Donggak Anchimaaa become the supreme leader since the great civil war, led by himself, against Qing Dinasty and other regional ethinic groups in 1901; resulting in the victory of Khertek forces and the foundation of the great Khanate. >capital city Kyzyl, as used to be. >languages Tuvan is the official language recognized by the Khan himself. Mongolian is used to be a secondary language in social-trade relationships. Russian is banned by law, and even is considered as bestiality speak the language in Khanate borders >ethnic and religious composition Tywa Arat has 26 millions inhabitants. Only Buddhist and Shamanic-folk religions are trusted by the Tywa Arat's people. Religions such abrahamic faiths and non-tuvan paganism are considered absolutely heretic by the state and prohibited by law. >history The Tywa Arat is the first independent state founded by ethnic tuvans. And, as a rebeled Qing Dinasty province, the state colaborate for the total collapse and balkanization of the imperial China. >military capabilities Tywa Arat has a berry strong Self-Defence army. Military service is voluntary. Tywa Arat Self-Defence Forces consist of ground forces and a air force. The ground forces have 320,000 active personnel, 203 tanks, 20,000 combat horses, 300 armored vehicles, 520 self propelled artillery and 850 towed artillery. The state don't have a navy. The air force has 20,000 active personnel, 600 fighters, 200 transport aircraft, 39 helicopters and 25 attack helicopters. (thx for the template) >economy (how industrialised it is, etc.) The economy is a free market too. Hunting is the main sector of the economy and Tywa Arat have the biggest guns trade-market in the whole Asia. >currency 1 akşa = 100 kopejek >foreign policy (immigration, etc.) Ethnic Tuvan supremacy sentiment is highly supported by goverment's members and sacerdotal leaders. Recently the country had a mass imigration waves from Mongolia, since mongolians are in a total war, but they are berry welcome by the people and goverment whom declare mongolians technically as blood brothers. >future goals of the government Maintain shamanic tradition and language. Defense themselves from arabic barbarians and western cringe invasions. Make a commonwealth between Tywa Arat and Mongolia and genocide eberry non-turkic or non-mongolian ethnic groups in mainland China, koreans included. Expand the borders to the Pacific Sea is also the Khan's goal. >what life is like for the average citizen Eberrybody in Khanate has the right to bear weapons; The tuvan people have the biggest birthrate in Central Asia; There is no school, but a homeschooling system supervised by the sacerdotal caste instead; Horses highly use by tuvans for literaly eberrything and this is due to the great steppe around; The most popular foods consumed by tuvans are goat milk, cheese, yogurt, meat, soup and eggs. God, what the quack I just wrote, lmaoooo
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Federal Republic of Kamchatka and Chukotka >political system Bicameral federal semi-direct democracy. >head of state The Director, position currently held by Roman Panidbulaska since 2005. >capital city Petropavlovsk. >languages Russian, Ukrainian, and Tatar officially with Turko-Siberian minority languages formally recognized. >ethnic and religious composition Population of 204,000. 50% Russian, 20% Ukrainian, and 30% Turko-Siberians. 80% practice Russian Orthodox Christianity with 16% practicing shamanism and 3% Sunni Islam, the rest falling into Indo-European neo-paganism and miscellaneous beliefs. >history Formed out of retreating whites of the Russian Civil War and holding their ground for enough years after the guns fell silent to be recognized by enough western governments that the Soviets cut a deal with them for the time being until the Union fell. Inspired (and directed) by western ideals of democracy they settled on what their current system since the foundation in the 20s. >military capabilities Armed forces composed of 40,000 active duty soldiers with 80,000 in reserves. Land vehicles, small arms, and personal equipment date to the Cold War because parliament doesn't think you need much more, navy is a paltry battleship and couple of submarines, but the air force has started to modernize some with drones and newer planes dating to the 90s and 2000s. >economy (how industrialised it is, etc.) Free market with stable but modest GD, weak compared to other countries with the government and system of its size, lots of oil and tungsten to mine but unsuccessful due to weather and logistics. A minority are concerned if it takes a turn for the worse and are voicing market policy reforms. >currency Ruble with proportions and coinage of the Imperial and Provisional governments of Russia. 1₽ =100 kopeyka = 170 kopejek >foreign policy (immigration, etc.) Close ties (in the government's eyes) with democratic countries but the feeling is not reciprocated and they merely see them as extra boots to be used in a conflict. 10-year naturalization process required, fluency in two of the three official languages required, bachelor degree required, all can be circumvented by 25 years of military service and decently fluency in one of the languages. >future goals of the government Only to acquire trade deals and economic zone partnerships. >what life is like for the average citizen Lower-middle class with prices on goods and service somewhat pricey but stable with marginal increase to wages over the years. Long arms can be acquired with little restriction to go through, handguns are regulated heavily, non-ballistic weapons have no regulation whatsoever. There is growing dissatisfaction with the quality of life and concerns of the country's wages and sovereign stability. Most Slavs work in the resource or fishing sectors while the Turko-Siberians live a nomadic hunter-gatherer life with farming taken up by these people.
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President inaugurates new seaport in Taganrog The ¥34 million construction project, which began in 2008, is finally ready to welcome its first arrivals. President Mansur Sultan gave a passionate speech on the bright future of maritime trade and industry for Khazaria, which the opening of the new port symbolises. Taganrog's new seaport is intended for military and commercial use, and is expected by experts to boost the local economy as well as enhance Khazaria's foreign trade. Military leaders are especially optimistic about their new naval base, which will help Khazaria secure the Black Sea in its eventual expansions. Citizens wary of Tuvan aspirations A nationwide survey on foreign relations revealed how Khazar citizens truly feel about our neighbours. Despite striking religious differences, both Tywa Arat and Pustosh share the same Turkic ethnic background. And yet, only 37% of respondents expressed favourable views of Tywa Arat, and most viewing the overtly genocidal aspirations of Khan Anchimaaa's government with apprehension. People were much more positive about Khazaria's bilateral relations with the Federal Republic of Kamchatka and Chukotka, which has become an important trading partner since our independence. Khazaria's foreign minister Ruslan Abdulkarimov commented on the outcome of the survey: "We see that shared culture and ethnic ties bring all of our countries together, and our government wants to engage culturally, economically and politically with Tywa Arat and Pustosh in order to strengthen our trilateral ties", he said during regular government press conference, "our shared values of democracy are especially important in our relationship with Pustosh, and cooperating on military and economic matters is of great concern to our relationship."
I'm using a name so we know who's who
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Khazar ground forces have taken control of approximately 15 000 square kilometers of eastern Black Sea coastal land. Apart from 2000 men of the 16th Light Infantry Regiment, the area is uninhabited. The army and government contractors are now constructing basic infrastructure. The government is advertising the opportunity for citizens to settle on the new land as soon as the annexation into the Republic is completed.
This thread reminds of that browser game NationStates. Did anyone else play that? There was also a NationStates 2 but it looks like the original outlasted it.
>>6088 I remember seeing that way back when but never tried it despite finding the idea interesting.
>>6061 >>6062 Ya guys gonnna play or no?

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