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Collective Security Association

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Collective Security Association
Flag of CSA
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Headquarters Agra
Official language(s) Common Tongue
Type Political, military and economic union
Leaders
 - Secretary General Kan Zen
 - Executive branch
 - Main assembly Union Council
Establishment 13.XIII.1645 AN (26th February, 2017)
Membership 5 member states
Organisation website
Organisation forum

The Collective Security Association (CSA) is a collective defence, economical and cultural treaty organisation originating among the Kingdom of Batavia, the Çakar Empire, the Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union, the Holy Ralgon State of Valora and the Thraci Confederation. The organisation is a continuation of the Union of States around the Sovereign Oceans. Since Jingdao's departure, a reorganisation process was initiated to bring the organisation into a new era.

Member states

There are three different kinds of membership:

  • Full Membership
  • Associate Membership
  • Observer status

Full Members

Full Members - or Union States - hold all privileges and duties, as being agreed upon in the Union Treaty (including free movement, Union Citizenship, military aid and economical access to the common market).

Name Accession Status Population (sim.) Notes
Çakaristan flag.png Çakaristan Founder (Continuation of the Great Apollonian Empire) Full Member 674,179,212 (estimation in 1704)
Passas flag.png Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union Founder Full Member 97,168,681
Ralgon flag.png Holy Ralgon State of Valora 1675 AN (August 6, 2019)
1707 AN (Continuation of Ralgon)
Full Member 15,639,728 (1707 AN)
Batavia flag.png Batavia 1702 AN (November 18, 2021) Full Member 53,360,818
Thraci Confederation flag.png Thraci Confederation 1702 AN (November 18, 2021) Full Member 47,321,839
Bassarid Periphery flag.png Bassarid Periphery 1683 AN (August 6, 2019) Full Member TBA

Associate Members

  1. Associate Members are allowed to send a representative to the Political Consultative Committee but hold no voting power.
  2. Can participate in a project (militarily, economically, cultural), but must be approved by the Political Consultative Committee and involved Commissar.

Observers

Observer States are allowed to send a representative to the Political Consultative Committee, but hold no voting power and do not actively participate in any of the projects.

Structure

The basis of the organisation is laid down in the Union Treaty of 1690, which has since been amended on some points. Thus, the headquarters is currently located in Agra. The organisation is headed by a Secretary General. He presides over the Union Council and runs the administrative organisation.

Affiliated organisations

A number of organisations are affiliated with the CSA and cooperate on specific goals: