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Universal Dream Network RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Holy Tribunal of Sunam (elected )

Founder: The Fantastic Leaping of DeSpencers Ghost

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Most Rebellious Youth: 181st Largest Publishing Industry: 315th Nudest: 480th+20
Most Compassionate Citizens: 582nd Most Cultured: 587th Smartest Citizens: 675th Highest Economic Output: 676th Most Influential: 699th Nicest Citizens: 782nd Most Beautiful Environments: 798th Most Nations: 851st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 879th Most Pacifist: 896th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 909th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,158th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,211th Most Secular: 1,322nd Most Advanced Public Education: 1,451st Largest Populations: 1,466th Most Inclusive: 1,513th Largest Governments: 1,586th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,632nd Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,710th
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We want this region to be a happy, peaceful, friendly place.

Founded: 1 December 2006

Featured Region: 26 July 2019


Embassies: The Maritimes, The Greatest Freak Show on Earth, NationStatesHolics Anonymous, Hollow Point, The Holy Empire Of Emo, union of the progressive nations, Gypsy Lands, Monarchist and Democratic Alliance, 1980s America, Mancomunidad del Pacifico Sur, and nasunia.

Construction of embassies with Dream Land has commenced. Completion expected .

Tags: Featured, Independent, and Medium.

Regional Power: Moderate

Universal Dream Network contains 16 nations, the 851st most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in Universal Dream Network

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Universal Dream Network is ranked 587th in the world for Most Cultured.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Fantastic Leaping of DeSpencers GhostLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“You're only young once, but you can be immature forever”
2.The Fond Pretence of Christopher MarloweScandinavian Liberal Paradise Normal“There is no sin but ignorance.”
3.The Ceaseless Wonder of True MindsLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds.”
4.The Community of BelzigLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Das Leiden vergeht durch die Überwindung der Gier.”
5.The Free Land of Waking DreamLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Universal Dream Network - Help Us Build the Dream!”
6.The Free Land of SimenonCivil Rights Lovefest Brave Progressives“Du pain et les jeux du cirque.”
7.The Free Land of Stench of YouthLeft-wing Utopia Utopia“Dum vivo spero”
8.The Free Land of TintenherzAnarchy Post-Revolution Embryonic Society“Hinter dem Wilden Wald kommt die weite Welt.”
9.The Riparian Thalassocracy of SaspianDemocratic Socialists Ordinary Caring Intelligent World Citizens“Post Tenebras Lux”
10.The Free State of StromniaCapitalizt Self-Congratulatory Merchant Bankers“nil nisi malis terrori”
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The Most Devout in Universal Dream Network First: Sunam top 3%. Second: Honey Milk Tea top 10%. Third: Charles Edward top 23% ... Last: DeSpencers Ghost bottom 1%

In Christopher Marlowe, the population has reached 30 billion, yet crime is totally unknown.

My economy rose from Developing to Fair because I allow buskers.

Stench of Youth wrote:Sunam top 3%.

Aiming for Top 1!

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The Most Pro-Market in Universal Dream Network First: Tintenherz top 5%. Second: Stromnia top 5%. Third: Yawningmoon top 10% ... Last: Honey Milk Tea bottom 6%

In Charles Edward, funerals are often rudely interrupted by juggling clowns shouting for volunteers from the audience.

Would anyone like to be in charge of embassy requests?

Sure, if it isn't too time-consuming, and if you give me the rundown on the protocol to follow

Reclassified again, this time to Left-wing Utopia - it's always something different - because I let children read what they like.

Sunam wrote:Sure, if it isn't too time-consuming, and if you give me the rundown on the protocol to follow

We have relatively few embassies, as you see. We've collected 11 in 13 years. That's the way we've liked it, but maybe it's time for a change. If we get a request to exchange embassies with a friendly-looking region, why not say yes as a matter of course?

I wouldn't want a connection with racists, sexists or homophobes, or a region with aggressive intentions.

We haven't instigated embassy requests ourselves. We react to requests - there might be one a month. We can be more proactive, but that's up to you. The bigger regions wouldn't be interested in us, we're too small fry and wouldn't meet their guidelines.

In short, the job would take no time at all if we continue in the same vein. I've been mostly ignoring requests, and that isn't good practice. If you think a region is a good fit for us, accept the request. If not, reject it. You may want to establish more formal guidelines, or you may not. Cheers!

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The Largest Furniture Restoration Industry in Universal Dream Network First: Stromnia top 2%. Second: Tintenherz top 4%. Third: DeSpencers Ghost top 5% ... Last: Saspian bottom 0%

In True Minds, billions of farthings are being poured into a space programme.

DeSpencers Ghost wrote:We have relatively few embassies, as you see. We've collected 11 in 13 years. That's the way we've liked it, but maybe it's time for a change. If we get a request to exchange embassies with a friendly-looking region, why not say yes as a matter of course?

I wouldn't want a connection with racists, sexists or homophobes, or a region with aggressive intentions.

We haven't instigated embassy requests ourselves. We react to requests - there might be one a month. We can be more proactive, but that's up to you. The bigger regions wouldn't be interested in us, we're too small fry and wouldn't meet their guidelines.

In short, the job would take no time at all if we continue in the same vein. I've been mostly ignoring requests, and that isn't good practice. If you think a region is a good fit for us, accept the request. If not, reject it. You may want to establish more formal guidelines, or you may not. Cheers!

Sounds good! I'll do what I can!

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