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|United Antarctic Nations|
|Headquarters||South Pole Council|
Official working languages:|
|Membership||Politicians from around the world|
|- early times||1959—2002|
|- official start||2006—present|
The United Antarctic Organization (UAO) or simply United Antarctic Nations (UAN) is an international organization who interfere (with permission) in the penguin law, government, security, rights & many more. They also keep the countries organized and have a right to handle them in the right they have. The UAN was founded in 1959, after the collapse of the failed League of Antarctic Nations, but started out unrecognized. The founder, Corai's father, started the UAN to keep everything in check, and to promote creature's rights. Many countries have joined the organization, a testament to its authority.
There are currently dozens of countries, states & cities that follow in the steps of the United Antarctic Nations, almost every one. The government-run organization help in improving the countries as much as they can. They accept worldwide languages, but English is primarily spoken during assemblies. There are "Representatives" for almost every country, city & state that has a membership in the United Antarctic Nations.
- 1 History
- 2 Organization
- 3 Membership
- 4 Misc.
- 5 Involvement
- 6 Trivia
- 7 See also
League of Antarctic Nations (1918 - 1956)
The League of Antarctic Nations was the predecessor to the UAN, and it was founded in 1918 after the Khanzem War by Sir Willman Tabernaclemountain. It consisted of a few member states, including Puffle'and, Frankterre, Poleland, and a few others. In the 1950's, the League's influence started dropping during the height of Olde Antarctica, and many nations began withdrawing as the League lost its main branch in what used to be Poleland. Soon, the League lost total influence and all the nations withdrew.
List of Nations in the League of Antarctic Nations
|No.||Flag||Country||Join Date||Date withdrawn||Note|
|1||Puffle'and||1918||1956||One of the three founding countries|
|2||Francterre||1918||1951||One of the three founding countries|
|3||Republic of Poleland||1918||1943||One of the three founding countries|
|6||Liguria||1922||1955||Joined for economic and diplomatic support after the Khanzem War|
|7||South Alemania||1922||1955||Joined for economic and diplomatic support after the Khanzem War|
|8||Japaland||1923||1949||Joined for economic support after the Khanzem War|
|9||Zhou||1923||1954||Joined for protection against Japaland|
|10||Republic of Castilla (in exile)||1918||1939||Was observer state and seen as legitimate government until League Agreement in 1939, legitimizing recognition of the Castillan Facist Regime as the island's legitimate government.|
Founding of the UAN (1959)
In 1959, Corai's father decided to start another League of Nations, and opted for more to join this time. So, he founded the United Antarctic Nations. Unlike the League of Antarctic Nations, the UAN would have many branches, and would have headquarters all over Antarctica. Unlike the League, which only had one main HQ in Poleland, which collapsed, and led to the downfall of the League. Corai's father made a trip all over Antarctica, gaining support for the Union, and eventually got enough countries to join. However, it was never officiated as an actual Antarctic organization, and therefore held no real sway on Antarctic politics; it was nothing more than a platform for dialogue.
Early UAN (1959 - 2006)
During the times of the early UAN, it wasn't an official international organization, but no more than what was often referred to as an all-inclusive "club" of nations. So, during the times of the early UAN, the organization was nicknamed "The Club". More countries were part of the early UAN than there were in the collapsed League. The UAN also sold an image of something much more open, and united other than a "league", which felt closed off and exclusive. The UAN also had something the League didn't: Representatives. Representatives for each country could provide closer dialogue, and easier ways of making decisions peacefully.
The early UAN was founded on the basis of keeping "all the nations in check", and trying to prevent wars, along with keeping all of them together. At this time, there was no evidence that the UAN had any goals to stand up for penguin and puffle rights, or equality among countries.
List of Nations in the early UAN
|4||Lisboagal||1959||Osvaldo Bragança||Withdrew in 1990 after being invaded and conquered by Castilla|
|5||Castilla||1960||Felipe de Afonso|
|8||Snowviet Union||1961||Sergei Vesveldov|
|9||South Alemania||1961||Burchard Himmel|
|10||North Alemania||1961||Eckehard Carsten||Joined to compete with the South|
|14||Ed Island||1967||Otto Baumgartner|
|15||Culldrome Isles||1967||Donald Duncan|
|16||Tropicalis||1969||Alexander H. Penguinez|
|17||Malesia||1971||Cahya Gentour||After Malesia joined, applications for joining the UAN were closed until around the time that the USA was founded.|
|19||United States of Antarctica||2000||Jeff Mackenzie|
|20||Seal Islands||2002||Marinus van Cornelius|
Modern UAN (2006 - present)
In 2006, the USA decided that, with its prowess and undisputed power over all of Antarctica, that it'd draft the UAN as an international organization. With this drafting, the UAN wrote up its own constitution stating about penguin and puffle rights, and their mission statement. With this, all UAN members were swept from the council, and all nations were encouraged to join again. Not many did, and some took many years to rejoin, sometimes by choice, sometimes by pressure from their allies and/or enemies.
The Security Council has the power to make major decisions involving Antarctic politics The five main powers have the power to veto any proposals put forth.
|1||United States of Antarctica||John Silversteen|
|4||Frankterre||Jean-Pierre de Nimes|
|5||Shops Island||Philip Johnson Ricci|
These powers are not officially part of the security council, but hold influence of Antarctic politics, and therefore have a say in events at times due to their strength.
|2||Federal Republic of Polaris||Lancaster C. Rialto|
|4||Ruscan Federation||Dmitri Shemonov|
|1||United States of Antarctica||John Silversteen||October 22, 2000||First to join but not the founder|
|2||UnitedTerra||Ninjinian||November 9, 2001||2nd ever member|
|3||Zenthexia||Vill Jooris||December 2, 2009||Currently on trial|
|4||Margate||Alex12345a||December 3, 2009|
|5||Tropicalis||Steve Lagois II||December 5, 2009||Joined to strengthen relationships with other nations.|
|6||Freezeland||Will Whitefoot||December 6, 2009|
|7||Clearwater Island||Eve Lendfell||February 9, 2010||Free Republic of USA|
|8||Ed Island||Chips Dubbo||April 6, 2010|
|9||Emperorlands||KingH10||May 17, 2010|
|10||New Maverick||New Maverick Guy||May 18, 2010|
|11||Geek Empire||Odysseus Ulixzes (de-jure)
A supercomputer (de-facto)
|June 8, 2010||Under Free Republic of USA|
|12||Acadia||Brant11||November 20, 2010||Joined to get protection and for trade purposes.|
|13||Dorkugal||Fred 676||December 29, 2010||Excluded as part of USA due to status|
|14||Castilla||Emilio Vargas||December 30, 2010||First AU member to join; they only joined because Dorkugal joined. The CMC is represented by Castilla.|
|15||Snowzerland||Java Ghent||December 30, 2010||Joined because Castilla joined. The Snoss wanted their opinions to be heard. The Alemanians, Lichenstienians, and Osterreans are represented by the Snoss.|
|16||Lisboagal||Fernão Alvares||December 30, 2010||Joined in response to the joining of both Dorkugal and Castilla. They wanted their sovereignty to be seen.|
|17||Frankterre||Jean-Pierre de Nimes||December 31, 2010||Joined to compete with the other nations.|
|18||Puffle'and||Garret Livingstone||December 31, 2010||Joined to compete with Frankterre.|
|19||Liguria||Giovanni Di Virenze||December 31, 2010||Joined to be with the crowd of Ninja Archipelago nations. It was the last nation to join in 2010.|
|20||Republic of Joseon||Kim Hyung-Jin||January 2, 2011||Joined for protection against North Joseon.|
|21||Ruscan Federation||Dmitri Shemonov||January 5, 2011||Joined as a Free Republic.|
|22||Zhou||Bo Huanyan||January 7, 2011||Joined as a Free Republic to compete with Rusca.|
|23||Batavia||Adriaan Ruiters||February 12, 2011||Joined as a Free Republic. Also represents Hindonesie.|
|24||Seal Islands||Christina van Guilera||May 22, 2011||Joined as a Free Republic.|
|25||Federal Republic of Polaris||Lancaster C. Rialto||June 11, 2011||Membership to UAN mandated under Congressional resolution.|
|26||Caseusopolis||TBA||June 16, 2012||Joined because country is small and needs protection. Also enjoys trade and wanted to get involved.|
|27||Culldrome Isles||Guardian Lunarslash||July 16, 2011||Joined to increase political and economical ties with other nations|
|28||Shops Island||Chill57181/Philip Johnson Ricci||August 2012||Joined as a Free Republic.|
|29||Democratic Penguins' Republic of Joseon||Ri Bak Myun||September 2012||Joined as a Free Republic to show off their sovereignty.|
|30||United Provinces||Pavle Kostić||September 27, 2012||Joined in 2012 as Snowiny; today known as United Provinces.|
|31||Snowprus||George Alexopolous||October 2012||Joined as a Free Republic to be in the community.|
|32||Penguio||Tom Saworton||January 2013||Joined as a Free Republic of the USA and to have good relations with many nations of the world.|
|33||Magyaria||Margit Apponyi||April 1, 2013||Joined to be with the rest of the AU.|
|34||Bar Crab City||Ish2||September 18, 2013||Joined with the support of the Allies from the Great Yowien War, with the exception of Snowzerland.|
|35||Munijoch||Joseph Yslenski||November 7, 2013||Joined to get involved in the Antarctic community.|
|36||Candvia||Bacchis Merula||February 18, 2015||Joined to become a less isolated nation|
|37||Andèra||Andèra Penguin Jr.||February 19, 2018|
Membership into the UAN is open to sovereign countries only. As long as the country has its own government and is recognized by the majority of the Antarctic world, the nation is able to be part of the council. All nations are welcome to be part of the organization, since they do not judge countries based on their political/economic systems. Bad behavior or waging war does not disqualify a nation; in order to quit, the nation must be willing to.
Coat of Arms
The UAN is involved in keeping peace within the Antarctic, even though it doesn't always work out. Its purpose was to prevent arms races, and wars that involve the entire Antarctic continent from erupting, though it often has shortcomings.
- Its a parody of the United Nations.