Alliance of Independent Nations

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Alliance of Independent Nations
AIN
Motto: Freedom. Independence. Peace. Justice. Equality.
Anthem: We are the AIN
HeadquartersAoi, Kaijo, Teiko
Official languages English, Russian, Portuguese, French, Chinese, Spanish
Type Geopolitical organisation
Leaders
 -  President New Duveland Charlie Phillips-Stone
 -  Vice President Illium Anthony Myers
Establishment 26 January 2009 (2009-01-26)
(8 years ago)
Population
 -  2017 estimate 905,692,775 
GDP (PPP) 2017 estimate
 -  Total $32.350 trillion 
 -  Per capita $35,273 
HDI  Various 
Currency Various
Time zone Various
Website
aoin.eu

The Alliance of Independent Nations is an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achievement of world peace. The AIN was founded in 2009 by Matt as an alternative and parallel alliance to the United Nations, to stop wars between member countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue. It contains multiple subsidiary organizations to carry out its missions.

The organization has six principal organs: the Executive Council & Senate (the non-roleplay deliberative assembly), the General Assembly (the roleplay deliberative assembly), and the four key ministries, the Alliance Economic Agency; the Alliance Public Services Agency; the Alliance Infrastructure Agency and the Alliance Cultural Agency.

The Alliance of Independent Nations Headquarters resides in international territory in Aoi, Kaijo, Teiko. The organization is financed from assessed and voluntary contributions from its member states, and has one official language: English; and five other used languages: Russian, Portuguese, French, Chinese and Spanish.

History

Structure

The AIN system is based on five principal organs: Executive Council (including Senate), General Assembly, Alliance Cultural Agency, Alliance Public Services Agency, Alliance Infrastructure Agency, Alliance Economic Agency.

Principal organs of the Alliance of Independent Nations
General Assembly
— Deliberative assembly of all AIN member states —
Alliance Council
— Administrative organ of AIN —
Cultural Agency
— For cultural and sports affairs —
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Public Services Agency
— For social and scientific affairs —
Infrastructure Agency
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Economic Agency
— For economic and trade affairs —
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Executive Council

The Executive Council is responsible for day to day operations of the Alliance, in a non-role-play form. Accordingly, it shall consist of the five (5) administrators and the Speaker of the Union. Its chairman shall be the President of the Alliance, and its vice-chairman shall be the Vice President of the Alliance.

The Twelfth Executive Council is currently in session. It is chaired by the incumbent President of the Alliance is Charlie Phillips-Stone of New Duveland while the incumbent Vice President of the Alliance is Anthony Myers of Illium. Other members of the Executive Council includes the Webmaster, Ramon, the incumbent Speaker of the Union and other administrators.

Executive Councils of the Alliance of Independent Nations
No. Name President Vice President Took office Left Office
1 Original Leadership Nate Saathoff Peter Reyes Sep 17, 2009 Sep 16, 2010
2 Second Executive Thomas Ketteringham Daniel Raffaele Sep 16, 2010 Sep 22, 2011
3 Third Executive Council Daniel Dabu Neil Moore Sep 22, 2011 Feb 14, 2012
4 Fourth Executive Council Neil Moore Constantin Batygin Feb 14, 2012 Mar 20, 2012
5 Fifth Executive Council Jeremy "JJ" McLoyd Constantin Batygin Mar 20, 2012 Sep 01, 2012
6 Sixth Executive Council Jeremy "JJ" McLoyd Zack Hart Sep 01, 2012 Mar 01, 2013
7 Seventh Executive Council Zack Hart Ace Damodaran Mar 01, 2013 Sep 01, 2013
8 Eighth Executive Council Emir Yildiz Constantin Batygin Sep 01, 2013 Mar 01, 2014
9 Ninth Executive Council Zack Hart Fox Mar 01, 2014 Mar 01, 2015
10 Tenth Executive Council Zack Hart Otto Schöne Mar 01, 2015 Mar 01, 2016
11 Eleventh Executive Council Otto Schöne Charlie Phillips-Stone Mar 01, 2016 Mar, 1 2017
12 Twelfth Executive Council Charlie Phillips-Stone Anthony Myers Mar 01, 2017 Incumbent
Presidents of the Alliance of Independent Nations
No. Name Country of origin Took office Left office Note
1 Nate Saathoff  Escambia Sep 17, 2009 Feb 03, 2010 First President of the AIN
2 Nate Saathoff  Escambia Feb 03, 2010 Sep 16, 2010 Second term in office
3 Thomas Ketteringham  Cattala Sep 16, 2010 Feb 26, 2011 First President from Europe
4 Thomas Ketteringham  Cattala Feb 26, 2011 Sep 22, 2011 Second term in office
5 Daniel Dabu  Illu'a Sep 22, 2011 Feb 14, 2012 Second President from North America
6 Neil Moore  Killorglin Feb 14, 2012 Mar 20, 2012 First Vice President to assume Presidency
7 Jeremy "JJ" McLoyd  Ascadylea Apr 10, 2012 Sep 01, 2012 First African-American President
8 Jeremy "JJ" McLoyd  Ascadylea Sep 01, 2012 Mar 01, 2013 Second term in office
9 Zack Hart  Lower Columbia Mar 01, 2013 Sep 01, 2013 Second Vice President to assume Presidency
10 Zack Hart  Lower Columbia Sep 01, 2013 Nov 12, 2013 Second term in office
11 Emir Yildiz  Sainte-Croix Nov 12, 2013 Mar 01, 2014 First Turkish President
12 Zack Hart  Lower Columbia Mar 01, 2014 Feb 29th 2016 First President with non-successive terms in office
13 Otto Schöne  Kingston and Boyce Feb 29th 2016 Mar, 1 2017 First Term in Office
14 Charlie Phillips-Stone  New Duveland Mar 1, 2017 Incumbent First President from Oceania
Vice-Presidents of the Alliance of Independent Nations
No. Name Country of origin Took office Left office Note
1 Peter Reyes  Petrova Sep 17, 2009 Feb 03, 2010 First Vice President of the Alliance
2 Peter Reyes  Petrova Feb 03, 2010 Sep 16, 2010 Second term in office
3 Daniel Raffaele  Arcacia Sep 16, 2010 Feb 26, 2011 First Vice President from Oceania
4 Daniel Raffaele  Arcacia Feb 26, 2011 Sep 22, 2011 Second term in office
5 Neil Moore  Killorglin Sep 22, 2011 Feb 14, 2012 First Vice President from Europe
6 Constantin Batygin  Hiigara Feb 14, 2012 Sep 01, 2012 Second Vice President from Europe
7 Zack Hart  Lower Columbia Sep 01, 2012 Mar 01, 2013 Second Vice President from the United States
8 Ace Damodaran  Atlantsia Mar 01, 2013 Sep 01, 2013 Third Vice President from the United States
9 Constantin Batygin  Hiigara Sep 01, 2013 Mar 01, 2014 First Vice President with non-successive terms in office
10 Fox  Asgard Mar 01, 2014 Mar 01, 2015 Second Vice President from Oceania
11 Otto Schöne  Kingston and Boyce Mar 01, 2015 Mar 1, 2016 First German Vice president
13 Charlie Phillips-Stone  New Duveland Mar 1, 2016 Mar, 1 2017 Third Vice President from Oceania
14 Anthony Myers  Illium Mar 1, 2017 Incumbent Fourth Vice President from the United States
Speakers of the Union of the Alliance of Independent Nations
No. Name Country of origin Took office Left office Note
1 Forthwall  Shushtrepistaz Sep 01, 2012 Mar 01, 2013 First Speaker of the Alliance
2 Emir Y.  Septemtrionale Mar 01, 2013 Mar 01, 2014 First Turkish Speaker of the Union
3 Thomas Ketteringham  Cattala Mar 01, 2014 Sep 01, 2014 First Speaker of the Union from the United Kingdom
4 Anthony Myers  Illium Sep 01, 2014 Mar 01, 2015 Second Speaker of the Union from the United States
5 InvaderNat  Neu Westfalen Mar 01, 2015 Mar 01, 2017 First Speaker of the Union from New Zealand
6 Ramon  Santa Catarina Mar 01, 2017 Incumbent First Speaker of the Union from Brazil

General Assembly

The Alliance General Assembly is an elected council responsible for voting on resolutions for peace and security. It is chaired by the Speaker of the Union whose primary role is to encourages people to debate motions and moves bills to vote in the Senate (non-roleplay bills) or the General Assembly (roleplay bills) after sufficient debate. The Speaker also organizes hearings on bills if they are vetoed. The speaker furthermore has responsibility in ensuring that union laws are upheld by all members and informs the Executive Council of any breaches. As stipulated in the Title 5 of the AIN Code, the General Assembly has no legislative powers and cannot pass any laws, treaties, or resolutions which are binding on all member states.

Alliance Cultural Agency

The Alliance Cultural Agency is responsible for all roleplay focused on the arts, culture, and sports. It's functions includes helping the organizers, encouraging participation in the Alliance Games, overseeing the sporting leagues and competitions, running the AINvision song contest and assisting the Executive Council in organizing the Union Calendar to encourage participation in events and maximise activity.

Alliance Public Services Agency

The Alliance Public Services Agency is responsible for all roleplay focused on education, health, and safety. It's functions include managing the health, education and well-being of all AIN citizens, coordinating disaster relief operations, helping in lessen the gap between less developed and more developed AIN nations, documenting living standards and encourages nations to improve their infrastructure by allocating AIN funds. The Alliance Public Services Agency is also responsible for coordinating scientific and social research between AIN nations.

Alliance Infrastructure Agency

The Alliance Infrastructure Agency is responsible for all roleplay focused on transportation and utilities (including energy, water, and waste). It's functions include running the transport forums in the AIN, collecting data on air/land/sea routes between nations, encouraging development of transportation infrastructure, legislating agriculture & food policy along with ensuring AIN nations care for their resources and the environment.

Alliance Economic Agency

The Alliance Economic Agency is responsible for all roleplay focused on trade and communication. It's functions include managing the unions economic policy, the AINERO zone, trade, the AIN budget, statistics and data, the AIN map and liaises with the wiki team to ensure members participate.

Other specialized subunits

The Title 5 of the AIN Code stipulates that each primary agency directors may propose new subunits of their respective agencies through bills in the Senate, outlining the purpose of said subunits, and specifying whether they will have commissioners or not. These various specialized agencies or new submits shall help the agency to fulfill its duties. Some best-known subunits include the AINESCO, Bank of the Alliance, Alliance Trade Organization, Alliance Games Federation, Sports Commission and Cartographic Committee.

Offices of each agency

Offices of the Alliance of Independent Nations
No. Acronym Agency Headquarters Head Established in
1 HQ (General Assembly & Alliance Council HQ Teiko Kaijo, Teiko NO DATA 2017
2 ACA Alliance Cultural Agency New Duveland CITY, New Duveland NO DATA 2017
3 APSA Alliance Public Services Agency Siculia CITY, Siculia NO DATA 2017
4 AEA Alliance Economic Agency Teiko Kaijo, Teiko Teiko Kou Sennoza 2017
5 AIA Alliance Infrastructure Agency Kingston and Boyce CITY, Kingston and Boyce NO DATA 2017
6 AINESCO AIN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Siculia Florince, Siculia Siculia Ulisse 2017
7 AINPOL AIN Police Organization Neu Westfalen Evelstadt, Neu Westfalen NO DATA 2017
8 AHAN Alliance Humanitarian Aid Network Wilfran and Rapha Francesca Wihelmina, Wilfran and Rapha NO DATA 2017
9 AINSI AIN Statistics Institute Teiko Rakuzan, Teiko NO DATA 2017
10 ATO Alliance Trade Organisation Mikenstein Zürich, Mikenstein NO DATA 2017
11 BOTA Bank of the Alliance Mikenstein Zürich, Mikenstein Kingston and Boyce Rachel Fort 2017
12 CC Cartographic Committee New Duveland CITY, New Duveland NO DATA 2017
13 AGF Alliance Games Federation Balaton Győr, Balaton Carolina Kendall Hart 2017
14 SC Sports Commission Wilfran and Rapha Saunders, Wilfran and Rapha NO DATA 2017
15 ASA Alliance Space Agency Galbadia Galbadia D.C, Galbadia Scott Harrison 2015

Funding

Top 10 contributors to the AIN
budget for 2017
Member state Contribution
(% of AIN budget)
 Atlantic Federation
16.426
 Okatabawashi
15.552
 Lower Columbia
9.188
 Nakama
8.573
 Illium
7.776
 Carolina
6.525
 Hiigara
5.919
 Galbadia
4.614
 Ascadylea
3.509
 Teiko
3.024
Other member states
18.895

The Alliance of Independent Nations is financed from assessed and voluntary contributions from each member states. The Alliance Economic Agency determines the assessment for each member and prepares the budget while the Alliance General Assembly approves the budget. This is broadly based on the relative capacity of each country to pay, as measured by its gross domestic product per capita (GDPpC), with adjustments for external debt and low per capita income. The two-year budget for 2017–18 was $135 billion in total.

Laws

Membership

There are currently 34 Alliance member states. This number does not represent proxy states such as Aviaki and others. Members of the Alliance by legislation are allowed to create and manage up to member states in the Alliance; one main nation and one proxy state.

Objectives

Evaluations, awards, and criticism

References

See also

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