International Republican Coalition

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International Republican Coalition
Международная Республиканская Коалиция
Meždunarodnaja Respublikanskaja Koalicija
Emblem of the IRC
Member states as of 1945
AbbreviationIRC (English); MPK (Russian)
PurposeMilitary alliance
Economic partnership
HeadquartersMoscow, Russia

The International Republican Coalition (IRC) is a military and economic alliance composed of National Republican nations, established in the aftermath of the Great War (1935-1939). The organization was founded in 1941, with the aim of promoting regional stability, mutual defense, and defending the interests of its member states against perceived external threats, such as western imperialism. The IRC operates on the principles of national-republicanism and anti-imperialism. It is headquartered in Moscow, Russia.

Despite controversy over its authoritarian principles and alleged human rights abuses by some of its member states, the IRC played a significant role in shaping the geopolitical landscape of the world, was a key player in international affairs.

The IRC is the adversary of the Organization of Democratic Nations, led by Great Britain.


The International Republican Coalition (IRC) was first conceived by Anastaze Ozero Muromsky, the first Chairman of the Russian National Republic, during the midst of the Russo-Corean War. Ozero had envisioned a collective defensive alliance to act as a bulwark against expansionist states like the Corean Empire, which Russia had defeated in 1936. Talks between the National Republican nations occurred shortly after the Great War ended in 1939, and the IRC was officially established two years later in 1941. There were 14 founding members of the organization, including Russia, China, Siam, Turkestan, and others. Over time, additional nations have joined the IRC, expanding its influence.

Member Nations

Founding Members

Later Members

  • Malagasy National Republic (1942)
  • Jambudweep (1944)
  • Peru (1944-1963)
  • Equador (1944)
  • Umongo (1949)
  • Uruwa (1950)
  • Nubia (1964)
  • Unyamwezi (1964)
  • Abanyiginia (1964)
  • Rukwa (1965)
  • Urunda (1967)
  • Columbemba (1969)

See also