Established in September, 2017 (OOC) tasked with the maintenance of international peace and security within the game. The Assembly comprises twenty-four member states, who are guided by the principles contained in the "Charter of the Global Assembly". Supervised by the game Secretary General, Mr. Clark Stone whose position is played by our very own Moderator.
How do you get the facts for Stories? By Reporting! Journalism has a purpose to deliver communication that keeps the general public informed of the changing events in the game world, often demonstrated by Newspapers, Magazines, Websites, Television and Radio Stations. Journalists are the talk, entertainment, opinion and propaganda that dominates our Social Media. Are you Facebook or Twitter savvy?
Maintain your intelligence capabilities to meet the needs of the armed services. Make it your mission to help protect the lives of your citizens! Together, these two services can warn of potential crises. Have you considered your military and national security issues? Be smart, be ready for deployments across a broad continuum of operations, from Disaster relief, Peacekeeping, to Combat operations.
Participate in the "Diplomatic Process" by guiding matters of relations between countries. Raise issues regarding Human Rights, Environmental protection, Economics, Culture and War. Agree on mutually beneficial cooperative agreements to resolve disputes in a way that avoids violence. Without being diplomatic, you can't protect your National Interest and neither can you work with other countries. Make contact today!
Are you an aspiring event entrepreneur? Gather for small municipal events to large parades that have attendances in the thousands, or more! Do your countries organise occasions to promote, through awareness and action, Elections, Public Service, Independence or Cultural diversity? Maybe you'd like to host major sporting events? These are an investment in your Global Position. Send out your invitations, and Reap the benefits.
Time for some narrative! Essentially a story with great characters and plot development, each contributing to the other. Do you want to stimulate the imagination and build a sense of community? Or a simple meet and greet between Diplomatic officials? Forge an emotional connection with your audience. Captivate them!
So your Production has passed our Quality control? Now onto the Assembly Line! The manufacturing process is designed to reduce the probability of human error and variation. Common payment method is via "Electronic Bank Transfer" and these will be clearly marked for your convenience.
Time for a spot of business! Trading with foreign countries will facilitate the exchange of goods and services, either in the form of exports or imports. Purchases, Sale, Banking, Insurance and Advertisement are common within the scope of commerce.
Asia is the largest continent on Earth. It covers 8.8% of the Earth's total surface area (or 30% of its land area), and has the largest coastline, at 62,800 kilometres (39,022 mi). Asia is generally defined as comprising the eastern four-fifths of Eurasia. It is located to the east of the Suez Canal and the Ural Mountains, and south of the Caucasus Mountains (or the Kuma–Manych Depression) and the Caspian and Black Seas. It is bounded on the east by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the Indian Ocean and on the north by the Arctic Ocean.
Europe is a peninsula that makes up the western fifth of the Eurasian landmass. It has a higher ratio of coast to landmass than any other continent or subcontinent. Its maritime borders consist of the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Mediterranean, Black, and Caspian Seas to the south. Land relief in Europe shows great variation within relatively small areas. The southern regions are more mountainous, while moving north the terrain descends from the high Alps, Pyrenees, and Carpathians, through hilly uplands, into broad, low northern plains, which are vast in the east.
North America occupies the northern portion of the landmass generally referred to as the New World, the Western Hemisphere, the Americas, or simply America (which, less commonly, is considered by some as a single continent with North America a subcontinent). North America's only land connection to South America is at the Isthmus of Panama. The continent is delimited on the southeast by most geographers at the Darién watershed along the Colombia-Panama border, placing all of Panama within North America.
Oceania, also known as Oceanica, is a region centered on the islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean. The term Oceania is often used to denote the region encompassing the Australian continent and various islands in the Pacific Ocean that are not included in the seven-continent model. As an ecozone, Oceania includes all of Micronesia, Fiji, and all of Polynesia except New Zealand. New Zealand, along with New Guinea and nearby islands, part of Philippines islands, Australia, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia, constitute the separate Australasian ecozone.
Africa is the largest of the three great southward projections from the largest landmass of the Earth. Separated from Europe by the Mediterranean Sea, it is joined to Asia at its northeast extremity by the Isthmus of Suez (transected by the Suez Canal), 163 km (101 mi) wide. Geo-politically, Egypt's Sinai Peninsula east of the Suez Canal is often considered part of Africa, as well.) Africa's largest country is Algeria, and its smallest country is the Seychelles, an archipelago off the east coast.
South America occupies the southern portion of the Americas. The continent is generally delimited on the northwest by the Darién watershed along the Colombia–Panama border, although some may consider the border instead to be the Panama Canal. Geo-politically and geographically all of Panama – including the segment east of the Panama Canal in the isthmus – is typically included in North America alone and among the countries of Central America. Almost all of mainland South America sits on the South American Plate.