The East Kara Republic (Chinese Script: 东 卡拉 共和国, Latinisation: Dōng Kara gònghéguó) is a sovereign state .

East Kara Republic
东 卡拉 共和国 Dōng Kara gònghéguó
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一个强大的国家 (Chinese)

Anthem "繁荣, 卡拉!

("Prosper, Kara!")"

(and largest city)
  others Karan, Mandarin
Religion Buddhism, Hinduism
Government Autarkic, nationalist single party-state Tolitarian dictatorship
  legislature People's Assembly
Supreme Leader Salamanvar Chakra
Chancellor Mayyar Deiwan
Population est. 33,710,751 (25th) 

After the Jušen—Wa war, Kara was occupied by the Union of Jušen and the Yixing Republic, and over time two governments had formed, the Empire of Kara in the north and the Kara Republic in the south. In 1931 the Karan National Worker's Party, then led by Han Wu, seized power in the Republic, effectively turning it into a single-party totalitarian dictatorship. 

The invasion of the Empire of Kara by the Kara Republic, backed up by anti-monarchists, and the Yixing and the Slavic Republics marked the start of the Kara Civil War (1935—1938). By 1936, it had almost unified the peninsula, but the Jušen and Wa intervention caused the Kara Republic to gradually lose much of its territory. The Civil War had ended with a peace treaty, though the Kara Republic gained some strategic cities on the Southeast Coast, it had lost much of its Western territory. Even today, it still claims to be the legitimate government of the entire Kara peninsula.

It has a very high HDI of 0.815, ranking relatively high in health and education, however it has a declining population and a low fertility rate. It has a long history of human rights violations and emigration to other countries. Before the seventies, it had a rapidly growing economy, but when its largest source of aid, the Slavic Republic collapsed, so did its economy. At the same time, its agricultural sector was damaged by a typhoon. Massive aid, primarily from West Kara had helped avoid more deaths and improved relations between the two. In 1991, Kara had successfully developed a nuclear bomb, and in 2000, a brief conflict had occurred in its borders, though negotiations were successful it had raised tensions to an all time high. It has slowly drifted from the worldwide autarky-movement, and has developed into an isolationist, small power.


  • Liberation (from Wa) ~ 1930 CE
  • Karan National Worker's Party's Seizure of power ~ 1931 CE
  • Slavic Occupation ~ 1930—1933 CE
  • Peace treaty signed ~ 1938 CE
  • Current Constitution ~ 2000 CE


  • est. 33,710,751 (25th)

GDP (nominal)

  • Total ~ $933 billion (10th)
  • per capita ~ $27,680 (10th)
HDI;                            0.815 (10th)

The East Karan High Command. Left to Right: Commander in Chief Yamesar Bharaddya, Supreme Leader (Chongtong) Salamanvar Chakra, Chancellor Mayyar Deiwan, Commissioner General of the National Guard Jin Yongshin, Air Marshal Wu Xibiao, Grand Admiral Hamasuki Mayira, Propaganda Minister Li Hongzhao.

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