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Benjamin james abbott

Guarentee the Independence of nations.

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If I am reading this correctly you are asking for a system that makes for a nation to be drawn into a war unless they are fighting a defensive battle? Why would such a system be needed? Isn't it just common sense not to attack a person that you don't want to fight?

 

Could you clarify what you are talking about?

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A nation can guarantee a limited number of nations (I say three at max) if the nation whom they are guaranteeing is at peace. If someone declares war on the guaranteed nation: the person who guaranteed independence of that country gets to be dragged into the conflict. they get dragged into the conflict to help combat the aggressor. (Either by two wars defending the defender or by a joint war defending the defenders). The guarentee of independence is only for nations. The guarentee of independence can be revoked when military power reaches lower than that of whom you are defending or in revoked in peace time optionally. 

 

 

I just thought it would be nice if you have a bond with a nation that you can express your longing to defend a fellow nation without having to do all the work of not being supportive enough to defend someone's nation with a more nation to nation option rather than alliance dependency for your nation being the only option for support that actually  helps when your a major or highly concentrated target.

 

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So the system you are proposing is a version of Protectorate agreement, except it is only between individual nations: where one nation agrees to protect another nation from hostile activity?

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Automatic war declarations? Interesting idea, but given fluctuations in NS etc it probably wouldn't work half the time, as otherwise you could easily end up auto-declaring on somebody outside your war range

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