1.1. With the assistance of the Chief of State, the Senate shall formulate diplomatic policy on behalf of the New Republic.
1.2. The High Ambassador of the New Republic may formulate diplomatic policy if the Senate has not formulated a specific policy.
1.3. Once a policy is set, all relevant departments in the New Republic will be responsible for following the policies set forth by the Senate and Republic Diplomacy Command.
1.4. At least once per Senate session, the High Ambassador shall summarize all diplomatic relations in a report to the Senate and Chief of State.
1.5. Where appropriate, the High Ambassador or his delegate shall ensure the Senate has access to active treaties, major policy decisions and changes to allied groups.
2.1. If the Senate fails to provide policy for the New Republic to act upon, the Representatives for the New Republic may vote as they deem appropriate according to a majority decision by the Advisory Council.
3.1 New diplomatic agreements shall not conflict with other diplomatic agreements or Senate legislation.
3.2 The Chief of State and High Ambassador may jointly approve or revise a diplomatic agreement so long as there is no increase to the obligations of the military of the New Republic.
3.3 The Senate shall be notified of any alterations to diplomatic agreements.
3.4 Only a majority vote by the Senate may approve a diplomatic agreement which compels the New Republic military to act beyond its existing obligations.
3.5 In order to facilitate the spread of information, the Senate shall be provided with access to Republic Diplomacy Command's library of treaties and documents.
4.1. Only a majority vote by the Senate may approve a declaration or cessation of war.
4.2. The New Republic may defend itself at any time regardless of diplomatic policy or Senate authorization.
Updated on Year 20 Day 32.