Mar 14, 02 / Mar 11, 18 00:51 UTC

With in a society who is both space based in principle and decentralized in nature, is there a such thing as patriotism? Can Asgardians find patriotism in non locality? What does that look like? What in today's world encourages ones dedication to ones country? isn't a controversial leader, the ...

Feb 22, 02 / Feb 19, 18 19:30 UTC

As we are upon the closing of Asgardian elections, one thing is certain, everyone believes in this path, but do they know how to get us there. I would argue that to be no. Make no mistake, its no small feat to have launched a cube sat into space ...

Feb 22, 02 / Feb 19, 18 19:19 UTC

There is no doubt that the United Nations with all of its political nuances makes it difficult for burgeoning countries such as Asgardia to reach Global legitimacy. Afterall, the UN can't even decide on the small strip of land called Isreal. If the UN existed in 1775, would the ...

Feb 22, 02 / Feb 19, 18 19:08 UTC

Just How Is a Country Recognized?

From the Sealand wiki article:

In international law , the two most common schools of thought for the creation of statehood are the constitutive ...
Feb 22, 02 / Feb 19, 18 19:08 UTC

Just How Is a Country Recognized?

From the Sealand wiki article:

In international law , the two most common schools of thought for the creation of statehood are the constitutive ...
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