Eurasian Coalition


Flag of the Eurasian Coalition as of 2120

The Eurasian Coalition (otherwise known simply as the EC) is a mutual military pact formed in 2118 by the Russian Federation, China, and Iran, with the nations of Myanmar, Serbia, and Armenia joining the pact during the remainder of the same year. The Eurasian Coalition is branded as an organization and collective security system dedicated to strengthening the military and economic ties between China, Iran, and the resurgent Russian state, but is also intended to assist its other participating member states to fulfill their interests and objectives.

The Eurasian Coalition primary headquarters are in Beijing, while its military headquarters are in Tianjin. The combined military force of the EC includes roughly 35 million personnel, which is set to increase due to a military encouragement program originally proposed by the People's Democratic Party of China, but is now in effect in all members of the EC. This program dictates that four in every five people1 older than 20 years must serve in any branch of their country's respective military for at least two years.


The first five articles of the Eurasian Coalition treaty state the primary purposes of the Eurasian Coalition. These five articles are listed in a summarized form below.

  • Article I - Any nations within the Eurasia Coalition should consider themselves and work towards being firm allies with all other nations under the treaty. This includes close cooperation, stable diplomacy, and acceptance of other participating nations' interests in their own nation. This last category, however, can be challenged by the nation if the interest is deemed unfair.
  • Article II - Specific cooperation between nations includes open trade agreements between all nations, and economic cooperation. This can include the destabilization of other economies in times of conflict. All participating member nations can host foreign military operations within each other. All militaries of participating member states are to be considered one.
  • Article III - The Eurasian Coalition is to be considered a security organization by all participating member states. All participating nations should expect security measures and assists from fellow participants in the event of an emergency. This includes the Eurasian Coalition's pact system, which is placed under this article, which ensures that an attack on one or more participating states will be considered an attack on all participants.
  • Article IV - All participating member states are encouraged to be accepting of applying nations, but an application of a nation must be approved by all other participating member states. This approval should be done on the conditions of the intent and interests of the new-coming nation.
  • Article V - The Eurasian Coalition will represent the significance of Eurasia. This article is to be considered a summary of Article I and II, which indicate that the future objectives and interests of the founding members Russia, China, and Iran should be respected and contributed to by the other participants. This will be done in exchange for respect of sovereignty for all other participants.

Historical Significance

The treaty of the Eurasia Coalition was signed on July 20, 2118, encompassing the nations of Russia, China, and Iran. On July 24, Myanmar signed the treaty and was formerly admitted in, with Serbia joining on July 26. Armenia was admitted into the treaty on August 26. Cuba attempted to join on August 7, which would have been the first overseas member. Cuba however was invaded by the United States on August 11 over their application before it could be ratified.

Most of the nations of the western world immediately condemned the formation of the Eurasian Coalition, with the United Nations labeling it as a threat to international security. The secretary general of the EC responded with criticisms of hypocrisy, with the presence of NATO and the IPMO. These criticisms were responded to with the criticism of the implications made by Article V of the EC.

"The IPMO and NATO are relics from times of uncertainty, or in times of post-uncertainty. Military cooperation between the nations of these organizations exists solely for the purposes of defense and international security. The articles of the EC go beyond these coherent doctrines."

- General Secretary ████ █████████ ████████
July 26, 2118

In further response to the formation of the EC, the Arabic Treaty was formed, while several countries not in any of the western oriented pacts were admitted as non-participating allies,2 to further strengthen security against the EC.

Update, June 12, 2120: The EC is a primary belligerent of World War III.

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