Imperial Cultural Region

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An Imperial Cultural Region is a subgrouping within the larger Third Imperium.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

These sub-polities or subgroupings allow cultural groups with strong identities toc retain a larger degree of cultural expression and autonomy than previously experienced.

  • While many cultural regions are based upon racial (genetic) species or groupings, others are purely cultural (sociological) or historical in scope.
  • The goal of the program is to recognize and encourage diversity within the Third Imperium.

Cultural Region Listing: 1116[edit]

The following cultural regions, and their associated governments, can be found within the Third Imperium:

Non-extant Cultural-Autonomous Regions[edit]

At one time, a deliberate program of extending greater autonimity to Imperial subjects was being instituted, but it was later rejected as being too divisive:

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Most Imperial cultural regions were once rebellious areas before being conquered and incorporated into the Third Imperium.

  • As such most Imperial cultural regions are anchored to a government polity associated with the conquered group.

Establishment of the Cultural Region System[edit]

The CRS System is intended to foster interstellar trade, society, and eventual inclusion within the Third Imperium. The typical progression of development includes the following sequence:

  1. Postal Union
  2. Free Trade Zone
  3. County
  4. Duchy
  5. Imperial Cultural Region
  6. Imperial Autonomous Region
  7. Third Imperium

References & Contributors / Sources[edit]

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