Foreign Affairs

Times Archives: No peace with Realia (August 2009)

As Sirocco marks five years since the creation of the Glorious Dictatorial Republic of Andersonia, the Times is opening up its archives to present articles not seen since they were first published in the Andersonian Times all those years ago. Join us as we take a trip down memory lane to simpler, if stranger, times. Some […]

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Zealandia to open corruption inquiry

Rathlyn, HB, Aug 1 – Zealandia is set to open a Royal Commission into accusations of corruption stretching back several years. Details are scarce at this stage, but it is understood that Zealandian leader Håkon Lindström this evening announced a commission of inquiry is to investigate allegations of corruption levelled at crown officials between 2010 […]

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Sirocco reaffirms support for legitimate Zealandia

Alston, NCD, Feb 17 – The Siroccan government has put its support behind the legitimate Zealandia following its fracturing into two nations yesterday. Following a governmental dispute, President Hakon Lindstrom stripped Prime Minister Alex Whitmarsh of his role and called elections himself. This led to the defection of Whitmarsh and other prominent Zealandian politicians, including Bradley […]

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Uncertainty over the future of MicroWiki

Alston, NCD, Nov 11 – MicroWiki is facing the threat of shutting down with a peculiar message blocking access to the site appearing this morning. The site’s owner, Pierre d’Egtavie, appears to be considering shutting the site down within the next fifteen days citing a concern over the future of the site. d’Egtavie has not […]

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Commonwealth Avenue: Look! Liberal Tiana!

Egad! It’s the fall of communism in Tiana! I woke up this morning to learn of tremendously wonderful happenings in one of the community’s most hard-out communist states. It seems Joe Puglisi was hurled out of office and replaced by that Romanian chap we all know and love, dear Ciprian Jucaresti. The communist government which […]

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Commonwealth Avenue: Sandus plays the Nazi Card, anyone surprised?

Fush is Natzi scum, or at least Will would like to think so… Story of the Century: A1 is to be disestablished (apparently). Story of the Lulz: Sandus thinks A1 is a modern Nazi Germany. You think I’m joking? In this fantastic bit of tripe from his local rag, Will Sörgel of the Ever So Highly […]

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Sirocco and Zona to merge on Wednesday

Alston, NCD, Mar 18 – Sirocco and Zona have officially agreed to merge together this coming Wednesday, following the passing of the Dominion of Zona Act 2012 last night. Jointly worked upon by Premier Daniel Anderson and Zonian President Nicholas Woode-Smith, the so-called Dominion of Zona Act 2012 has laid the foundations for the merger […]

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TASPAC issues statement regarding Aldrich Lucas

Alston, NCD, Feb 20 - Following the spectacular fall from grace of Yablokon Grand Chancellor Aldrich Lucas after his extreme vandalism of the MicroWiki Forums today, TASPAC has issued the following statement: The members of TASPAC wish to denounce in the strongest possible terms the abhorrent abuse of trust former member Aldrich Lucas committed. TASPAC cares […]

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Board of Ministers formally dissolved, replaced by Executive

Alston, NCD, Feb 19 - Sirocco’s Board of Ministers has finally been disbanded after over a year of its famous inactivity. In its place a new “Executive” has been formed, comprised of just four ministries, compared to the Board’s eleven. Premier Anderson said a short time ago of the re-sort the following: “Sirocco can hopefully now […]

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Premier reaffirms support for “capitalist roots”

Alston, NCD, Jan 15 - The Premier has slammed the new ideology of Theodorism and defended Sirocco’s “unashamedly capitalist roots”. This evening it was announced that Crown Prince Jonathan of Austenasia had created a new political ideology essentially merging, peculiarly, communism and monarchism. However this has been attacked by Premier Daniel Anderson in a statement: Theodorism […]

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