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Ashkenauk Confederated Republic
|Ethnic groups||Ashkenauk (86%), Malki (4%) Algosh (8%), Rianee (1%), other (<1%) (check vs official numbers)|
• Chief Executive
• Grand Auditor
|Independence from Algoquona|
• Ashkenauk Revolutionary Popular Reclamation Council
• Ashkenauk Constitution ratified
• 2025 estimate
|GDP (nominal)||2025 estimate|
• Per capita
|Gini (2025)|| 59.6|
|HDI (2025)|| 0.462|
Ashkenang is a federal republic (formally a 'confederation of states') in northern Cusinaut. It spans a swathe of mostly land-bound seasonal tundra bordering Maloka and the Mera Bay to the west, Sabnaki to the south, and the Algosh Republic and the Unnuaq Mission State to the east. It is composed of eleven states, one territory, and seven Semiautonomous Republics covering roughly ________ square miles.
Prehistory and Industrial Era
War of the Northern Confederation
Algosh Conquest and Occupation
Final War of the Deluge
Ethnic Groups and Semiautonomous Republics
Health, Wealth, and Education
Politics and Government
Federal Assembly and Chief Executive
Corporatism and Foreign Influence in Ashkenang
The Confederation has a largely two-party political system split between the Blue Party and the Yellow Party; of these, the Blues are more conservative, pacifistic, religious, and focused on traditional life, whereas the Yellows are more militaristic and expansionist, supportive of Occidentalization, and promulgate a doctrine of centralization of power. Both are kept in check by a number of foreign advisors from abroad, as while Faneria maintains a large stake in Ashkenang's statebuilding process as its original patron nation, other Cronan powers (namely The Cape and Arcerion) have exerted influence in the area. In general, Arcerine and Capetian advisors have tacitly supported the Blue Party, whereas Faneria supports the Yellows due to its declared intent to build Ashkenang back into a hub of regional influence in Cusinaut.
The Confederate Army consists of a single brigade-scale formation, organized as an 'Armored Regiment' more akin to an armored cavalry unit, supported by a Confederate Air Guard and Coast Guard. Ashkenang maintains four fighter aircraft and several scout planes and a small fleet of helicopters, as well as a few patrol boats for riverine and coastal patrol duties; it only has brown-water naval capabilities. By far the largest portion of the Confederate Army is made up of the Territorial Guards, a mixture of gendarmes and reservist forces maintained locally and called up in times of crisis to form a large militia force around the core of the Central Army. Ashkenang has drafted plans to expand the ground forces of the Confederate Army at an undetermined point in the future, with internal legal disputes and the threat of warlordism preventing such plans from being immediately implemented out of concern for unfettered military control of the civilian government.