MAIN TIMELINE

Timeline created by Florence Vina
  • King Narang III of the Kingdom of Crosinia died (without a direct male descendant)

    King Narang III of the Kingdom of Crosinia died (without a direct male descendant)
    a) In favour of Taplup (King Narang's brother) : 4 provinces (including Rasasa)
    b) In favour of Goleta (King Narang's #1 daughter) : 2 provinces (Zeitounia & Adawa)
  • Civil War

    Civil War
    Civil war between the 6 provinces
  • 3 provinces declared independence

    3 provinces declared independence
    the 3 provs that allied with Rasasa declared independence
  • Treaty of Botega

    Treaty of Botega
    1) Rasasa declared independence (Republic) ; 2) Formation of AZU (Adawa-Zeitounia Union) (Monarchy) // signed by Pres. of Rasasa and Queen Goleta
  • AZU dissolved their union

    AZU dissolved their union
    Due to economic and social distresses // Adawa: Republic, Zeitounia: Monarchy
  • UN & ICJ

    UN & ICJ
    Adawa and Rasasa joined the UN and acceeded to the statute of ICJ
  • Formation of the Crosinian Helian Community (CHC)

    Formation of the Crosinian Helian Community (CHC)
    Parties agreed to impose no customs duites on Helian spice or the equipment and materials used to harvest or process the Helian hyacinth
  • World Trade Organization (WTO)

    World Trade Organization (WTO)
    Rasasa and Adawa became original members of WTO and remain members // Both States agreed to apply "Bound-Rates" on MFN. Bound-Rates in regards to Helian Spices: 0
  • Rome Statute of the ICC

    Rome Statute of the ICC
    1) Adawa: original party and remains a party ; 2) Rasasa: not a party to the treaty
  • Human Rights Watch accuse Ms. Darian Grey and RRC

    Human Rights Watch accuse Ms. Darian Grey and RRC
    “active complicity in keeping some of the worst despotic regimes in the world securely in power”
  • R. of Garantia to the Prosecutor of the ICC

    R. of Garantia to the Prosecutor of the ICC
    Allegations on war crimes and crimes against humanity - 1) RRC accused as one of the foreign contractors (sold weapon systems & trained gov. militants) ; 2) Mrs. Grey cited as having been personally responsible
  • The Office of Prosecutor opened investigation

    The Office of Prosecutor opened investigation
    [Aug] Regarding the allegations made by the R. of Garantia
  • Beta Tihmar (Pres. of Rasasa) convened a meeting of major Rasasan corporate executives

    Beta Tihmar (Pres. of Rasasa) convened a meeting of major Rasasan corporate executives
    [Oct] Notes: 1) Ms. Darian Grey - to devote RRC’s expertise and resources on an autonomous security system to suppress criminal activities in Rasasa and throughout the Region ; 2) System: Weaponized Autonomous Limitation Line (WALL)
  • Hurricane Makan struck the entire Region

    Hurricane Makan struck the entire Region
    1) Helian Hyacinths were destroyed (Rasasa 60%, Adawa 20%, other 4 states 15% to 20%) ; 2) increase in unemployment ; 3) crime rates skyrocketed
  • Rasasa contracted RRC to undertake RnD on the WALL

    Rasasa contracted RRC to undertake RnD on the WALL
    Pres. Tihmar notified the other 5 CHC member states on the matter
  • 4 Crosinian States withdraw from the WALL

    4 Crosinian States withdraw from the WALL
    [April] Reason: Crime levels were restored to pre-Hurricane Makan levels
  • Members of the WALL Project

    Members of the WALL Project
    [April] 4 states withdraw from the WALL
    [Aug] Adawa and Rasasa remain members
  • RRC Report

    RRC Report
    a) signed by 15 police and military tech experts from 12 states (including all 6 states) ; b) WALL employs machine learning algorithms ; c) WALL features advanced "supervised learning"
  • Ms. Grey announced the completion of the WALL

    Ms. Grey announced the completion of the WALL
    [July] Para 24 - 25. Neither govs elected to purchase it
  • Adawan Gangs is reported to be doing cross-border crime into Rasasa

    Adawan Gangs is reported to be doing cross-border crime into Rasasa
    After a decrease in Rasasa and Adawa crimesovertime, The Rasasan Border Police reported that Adawan Gangs have grew into larger armed groups with cross-border crime into Rasasa
  • Increase of cross-border crime

    Adawan gang started entering Rasasa under cover at night, attacking and killing villagers, return to Adawa with Helian.
  • Establishment of the joint task force

    Establishment of the joint task force
    [Sept] established by the Gov. of Rasasa and Adawa to supress the gangs
  • Report published by the Rasasan Helian Growers Association (RHGA)

    Report published by the Rasasan Helian Growers Association (RHGA)
    Points: a) Rasasa's share of the global Helian market had delicned sharply ; b) Rasasan helian processors purchase raw material from Adawan Helian formers ; c) with the current trends, many Rasasan Helian farms will collapse in 5 to 10 years
  • RGHA report on Rasasan Helian Farms threat to collapse

    RGHA report on Rasasan Helian Farms  threat to collapse
    Rasasan Helian processor Increasing their purchase of raw material from adawan Helian farmer because Rasasan suplier unable to meet their Helian requirement, which will threat Rasasan Helian farms to collapse in five-ten years.
  • Rasasa Presidential Election

    Rasasa Presidential Election
    mr. Venevar Pindro , former military officer, as presidential candidates, bring up Border Control and Rasasan Helian Industry
  • New Goverment of Rasasa

    New Goverment of Rasasa
    Mr. Pindro elected as President of Rasasa, took office in January 2017. Darian Grey as Minister of Foreign Affairs, she resign from RRC. Rasasan Human Right Group protest against Ms. Grey.
  • Rasasa President Put Tariff and Hardening the Border

    Rasasa President Put Tariff and Hardening the Border
    the joint task called ineffective by the rasasan president. after taking office, he put tariffs of 25% on Helian bulbs imported into Rasasa. he also hardening of the Adawa-Rasasa border.
  • Annual Report on New militias in Adawa-Rasasa Border

    Annual Report on New militias in Adawa-Rasasa Border
    Rasasan Border Police reported organized militia. Adawan nationals had established permanent encampments within Rasasan territory, the militias commiting international trafficking in illegal drugs.
  • UNODC Report on international trafficking of illegal drugs by The Militia

    UNODC Report on international trafficking of illegal drugs by The Militia
    UNODC report there's international trafficking of illegal drugs by well-armed militia from Adawa. Adawa and Rasasa domestic police efforts had been ineffective in counteracting the militia.
  • Respond from Adawa President

    Respond from Adawa President
    Installation of the WALL would be a flagrant violation of International law, including but not limited to the Treaty of Botega of 1929 between your government and the predecessor of mine.
  • The Militia Attack

    The Militia Attack
    The militia simultaneously attacked nine Rasasan Border Police stations, killing 21 officers. the attacks indicated a high level of prior
    planning and training
  • President Pindro Deploy Rasasan Army and installed WALL along the border

    President Pindro Deploy Rasasan Army and installed WALL along the border
    President Pindro authorized the deployment of the Rasasan Army against the militia camps within Rasasa, as well as the purchase of the WALL from RRC and its installation along the Rasasa-Adawa border.
  • Adawa-Rasasa Meeting to discuss WALL,

     Adawa-Rasasa Meeting to discuss  WALL,
    The Defense Ministers of the two States held meeting discussing WALL, and the joint task force resumed its regular meetings, The task force reviewed reports from both States’ national police forces, reports of trans-border incidents decreased more than 80 percent.
  • Adawa stationed human monitors and the Rasasan launched “hotline”

    Adawa stationed  human monitors  and the Rasasan  launched  “hotline”
    Adawa stationed unarmed human monitors on its side of the border, and the Rasasan Border Police launched a telephone and Internet “hotline”. the WALL had a positive impact in reducing and deterring cross-border crime
  • Adawa Protest on Helian Import Tariff by Rasasa

    Adawa Protest on Helian Import Tariff by Rasasa
    Rasasa impose tariffs on unprocessed Helian materials imported
    into Rasasa. Adawa and CHC protested the decision because it's against under Article 3 of the CHC Agreement.
  • Rasasa Foreign Ministry Respond

    Rasasa Foreign Ministry Respond
    Rasasa must take steps to protect and promote the wellbeing of their own Helian growers. Ensuring their survival, and that of their citizens
    who depend on them, is a vital matter of national security.
  • Request for The Settlement of Dispute on WTO

    Request for The Settlement of Dispute on WTO
    Adawa formally requested consultations with Rasasa pursuant to Articles 1 and 4 of the Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes (DSU) of the WTO. Adawa and Rasasa met, but were unable to resolve the dispute amicably
  • President Pindro announced the completed installation of the WALL

    President Pindro announced the completed installation of the WALL
    Rasasan respond: the WALL will prevent illegal border crossings, while virtually guaranteeing that no mistakes will be made and no innocents will be harmed.
  • Feedback by President Moraga

    Feedback by President Moraga
    President Moraga issued a statement:
    these weapons are fully under the control of an advanced artificial intelligence, with no possibility for the exercise of mercy or judgment by human actors, only exacerbates our fears and violates the letter and spirit of Rasasa’s international obligations.
  • ILSA published a study that show Adawa Helian Farmer Lost

    ILSA published a study that show Adawa Helian Farmer Lost
    ILSA publish a study presented comprehensive and detailed evidence that, as a direct result of the tariffs imposed by Rasasa in January 2018, Adawan farmers were estimated to have lost more than €10 million as a result of declining sales to processors in Rasasa and would increase in coming years.
  • Adawa Request Panel

    Adawa Request Panel
    Adawa requested the establishment of a panel pursuant to Article 6.2 of the DSU, alleging that Rasasa’s tariffs on Helian products were an unjustifiable breach of its commitment to maintain the bound rate of zero on such items
  • Rasasa Contesting The ICJ and WTO Jurisdiction

    Rasasa Contesting The ICJ and WTO Jurisdiction
    Under the Treaty of Botega, Rasasa stating that the State of Adawa is not a party to the Treaty, nor can it claim to have become one through the law of State succession.
    WTO has exclusive jurisdiction over trade disputes between the Parties, and that proceedings were already underway before the Dispute Settlement Body
  • Adawa-Rasasa Party of The Convention

    Adawa-Rasasa Party of The Convention
    Both Adawa and Rasasa have been parties to the four
    Geneva Conventions of 1949, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights, the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, and the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
  • ICC Issuant of Warrant for Minister Grey

    ICC Issuant of Warrant for Minister Grey
    ICC Prosecutor's requesting the issuance of a warrant for
    the arrest of Minister Grey, assigning to her criminal responsibility for certain alleged activities of RRC in Garantia between 2007 and 2009.
  • 50th Anniversary of the CHC

    50th Anniversary of the CHC
    The CHC welcomed representatives of its Member States to Novazora (Adawa's capital city), for its regular annual meeting in 50th anniversary of the CHC
  • Warrant of Arrest for Minister Grey

    Warrant of Arrest for Minister Grey
    A Pre-Trial Chamber of the ICC granted the Prosecutor's 13 April 2019 request and issued a warrant of arrest for Minister Grey
  • Minister Grey's Arrest

    Minister Grey's Arrest
    Novazora Police officers took Minister Grey into custody > the judicial appeal and the request for the Minister's provisionnal release was rejected > Grey remain under house arrest at Adawa's diplomatic guesthouse > Rasasa's deputy foreign minister delivered a note verbaleto to the Adawan Embassy to Rasasa > hours later: the Adawan Ambassador was declared persona non grata by President Pindro and left the country > the Adawan Foreign Minister prepares an Application to the Court (ICJ)
  • Objection to the succession of Adawa

    Objection to the succession of Adawa
    The Permanent Representative of Rasasa to the UN delivered a communication to the Secretary General regarding Rasasa's objection to the succession of Adawa and does not consider itself in Botega Treaty relations with Adawa
  • Press Conference in Botega

    Press Conference in Botega
    The Rasasan Minister of Justice answered a question from a reporter that Rasasa get offended by the violation of international law and protocols regarding the treatment of Minister Grey, it insults to Rasasa's sovereignty
  • The Adawan Ambassador's disapproval

    The Adawan Ambassador's disapproval
    The Adawan Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands submitted an Application instituting proceedings on behalf of Adawa against Rasasa regarding the legality of the installation of the WALL and Rasasa's Helian tariffs violated the CHC
  • The Court Order

    The Court Order
    the Court entered an Order recommending that the parties draft a
    Statement of Agreed Facts (the present document), without prejudice to any arguments they might seek to present during the proceedings
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    scattered violence and skirmishing

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    CHC Achievements

    1) Net value of the Helian spice exports: increased by an av. of 12.4% ; 2) Helian-related employment: 8% increase
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    General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

    Rasasa and Adawa acceeded to GATT