North Shurkan Union
| National motto: |
United, The Union is Strong
| National anthem:|
The Hymm of the Union
|Official languages|| Tyveric|
unofficial but widely spoken - Ingliz
|Largest City||Iedalys - pop. 5.6 million|
| Haeverst Union|
- % water
- Growth Rate
(Updated one to come)
|Establishment of Union||Treaty of Mesia, 2072|
- Growth Rate
Sk 1,339 billion
| Shurk (Sk)|
|Time Zones||Auroran Mean Time and East Shurku Time (AMT±0 and AMT+1)|
The North Shurkan Union (adj- North Shurkan) is a Haeverist Union, located in northeastern Shurku, touching the Majonian Ocean along with a nation on the coasts of the Joharan Ocean. In today’s world the North Shurkan Union is seen as a rising power and a leading nation in the southern hemisphere.
Dyrn Vriceyn is currently the appointed Chairman. While ethnically diverse, the North Shurkan Union being made up of two main ethnic groups, Tyverics and the native Shurkans; is a collection of five member states: Vyelmera, Aetzhera, Vuruuska, Terakskai, and Jistuvia; along with one territory, Johara.
The North Shurkan government has been in power only for 48 years, founded by Pyotr Haeverst in 2072. Being the world's only Haeverst union, and is based around the ideas of Haeverism. The system of government set up is defined by almost absolute governmental power and minimal checks and balances for the sake of speed, decisiveness, and efficiency. Nations of the NSU follow Haeverst philosophy which is often regarded by their followers as the best for a long-lasting, efficient, and sustainable society, due to their strong focus on progress.
Haeverist architecture, currently the most popular style of architecture within the North Shurkan Union, can be seen throughout in urban areas and in public and government structures. Named after the Haeverist ideology,Haeverist architecture has been described as the physical manifestation of Haeverism in architecture. It combines advanced technology, methods, and engineering with efficiency and social purpose in mind. One of the most famous Haeverist structures of Aurora is the Tarevi Tower, it is known world wide for its unique style and rotating structures within it.
Haeverist architecture emerged from the wider constructivist art movement, which grew out of Tyveric Futurism. Haeverist art had attempted to apply a three-dimensional cubist vision to wholly abstract non-objective 'constructions' with a kinetic element.
- Main article: History of the North Shurkan Union
- Main article: History of the Tyveric People
- Main article: History of the Shurkan People
Government and Politics
- Main article: Government of the North Shurkan Union
- Main article: Foreign Relations of the North Shurkan Union
- Main article: N.S.U. United Armed Forces
Geography and Climate
The North Shurkan Union lies in the northeastern regions of the continent of Shurku and with one of the member states occupying an island off the western Shurkan coast in the Joharan Ocean, the NSU occupies an area of 2,325,126 square kilometers. Lying mostly on the Majonian coasts, the majority of the population lives within 200 kilometers from the coastline. The North Shurkan Union is split into two non-contiguous sections, the mainland which is are the member states that are on the continent of Shurku and the member state of Johara located on a small island located off the western coast of Shurku.
Political map of the North Shurkan Union.
The economy of the North Shurkan Union is an example of a mixed economy, experiencing both government oversight and moderate stockism. This system of economics was developed by Pyotr Haeverst with the sole purpose of creating an economic system that was stable and would be in the long term efficient and beneficial for the people of the North Shurkan Union.
The government has influence in certain "strategic" industries such as transportation, energy, communication, and healthcare, In these industries, the government has a lot of oversight in its planning and day to day business due to their importance.
Throughout its history the North Shurkan Union's economy has always been centered around heavy industry and manufacturing, though in recent times this has changed (due to the end of the Second Shurku War). The next ten years after the close of the conflict, the economy shifted more from wartime heavy manufacturing to the civilian service and financial sectors.