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Missile Defense Shield

This treaty was drafted in October 2582 by the Christian Royalist Party.

Status: ratification[?]


The Missile Defense Shield shall prevent any nuclear bombardment within a certain area by way of satellites, ground missiles defenses, and navy ships. The missile shield shall only cover countries that have ratified the treaty.

Article 1: The Missile Defense Shield shall prevent 90% of all nuclear missiles if the missile is launched from another continent.

Article 2: The Missile Defense Shield shall prevent 50% of all nuclear missiles if the missile is launched from within the continent.

Article 3: No country that has ratify this treaty shall launch nuclear missiles against another country that has also ratified this treaty.


The treaty consists of the following articles.


The treaty has been formally ratified by the following nations.

2nd Great Democratic Republic of LodamunOctober 4315
Jomhuri-ye Aldegār (Aldegar)October 4223
Regnum di Klavia Okeanó (Kingdom of Klavia Okeano)February 4210
Esinsundu Empire, TalmoriaJanuary 4133
Commonwealth of RutaniaApril 3948
Federal Union of GaduridosJanuary 3554
République de Rildanor (Republic of Rildanor)February 3496
Grand Imperial Union of Dankuk (단국 대제국)May 3257
Commonwealth of HutoriJuly 3036
Poblacht na Kirlawa (Republic of Kirlawa)December 2673

Pending Ratifications


The treaty contains no articles that can be verified.


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