The Dove DoctrineEdit
A Non-Aggression Pact between the nations of the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization and the New Pacific Order that has now been abandoned.
In recognition that both the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization and the New Pacific Order are committed to the continued prosperity and development of their respective member nations, we, the assembled members of both alliances resolve to enter into this pact of nonaggression between our two bodies in the belief that said agreement will further the causes to which we cling.
This pact will be in effect immediately and unto perpetuity unless either side terminates said pact or either side participates, or has member nations participate, in military action against member nations of the other signatory body. If either alliance terminates this agreement they will inform the alternate side at least four days before carrying out any activity against the previous partnered alliance unless the reason for termination is overt military action from the counter signed alliance.
The pact will act as predetermined authorization from both parties to formally request assistance in any war against any unsigned alliance or nation. Each treatied alliance has the option to refuse said request but can not use said refusal as means of breaking the pact outside the normal means determined in Article I.
The New Pacific Order acknowledges the preeminence of the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization in the Brown Quadrant trading commonwealth and will refrain from attacking members of said trading commonwealth whether said members be signatories of the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization or not. Likewise, the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization acknowledges the preeminence of the New Pacific Order in the Red Quadrant trading commonwealth and will refrain from attacking members of said trading commonwealth whether said members be signatories of the New Pacific Order or not.
This nonaggression pact is entered into alliance Law for both signatory parties.
Signed for the New Pacific Order,
Signed for the Global Alliance and Treaty Organization,