The Jahangi Coalition
The Jahangi Coalition was a loosely-federated Republic that spanned the isles of Jah. It’s numerous states, or ‘peoples’, were governed by a fairly weak central organization that did little more than standardize trade measures to prevent overcompetition within the state. Unfortunately, nearly half of Jah’s considerable mineral resources were owned and held by The Unity since the dawn of the Era of Communication, making the Coalition a second rate power unable to bear its full economic power.
Combined with the considerable and long repressed pride of the Jahangi people, this made alliance with The Rastakgan Hierarchy extremely alluring. But the Reformation War did not bring freedom. With its land devastated, millions of its people dead, and right to statehood revoked, the Jahangi Coalition is no more. The area is now under the protective control of the Unity, who insists its presence is only for the purpose of international security and denies any imperial ambitions in the region.
What survives is a strong movement for national independence, consisting of both a broad, peaceful democratic front and more violent extremist factions, who Unity officials insist are the greatest obstacle to a new Jahangi Coalition.