Ganymede ConventionAfter the conflicts of the 2020s and the breakdown of the United Nations, a successor was formed by the Ganymede Convention.
CONVENTION FOR PEACE AND SECURITY Signed at Ganymede, 12 August 2027. ENTRY INTO FORCE: 21 October 2027. In order to promote interstellar co-operation and to achieve interstellar peace and security by the acceptance of obligations not to resort to war by the prescription of open, just and honourable relations between nations by the firm establishment of the understandings of interstellar law as the actual rule of conduct among Governments, and by the maintenance of justice and a scrupulous respect for all treaty obligations in the dealings of organised peoples with one another Agree to this Convention of the League of Nations. ARTICLE 132 All nations (or group of nations) undertakes to grant freedom of transit through her territories on the routes most convenient for spatial transit; for this purpose the crossing of territorial space shall be allowed. Such transports shall not be subjected to any transit duty or to any undue delays or restrictions. ARTICLE 247 By a date which must not be later than March 31, 2028, the military forces of any nation may not comprise more than one hundred armed vessels, and any number of unarmed vessels. This fleet shall be devoted exclusively to the maintenance of order within the territory and to the control of the frontiers. ARTICLE 254 Until the completion of the minesweeping prescribed by Article 293 nations will keep in commission such number of minesweeping vessels as may be fixed by the League of Nations. Nations are forbidden to construct or acquire any warships other than those intended to replace the units in commission provided for in this Article. The warships intended for replacement purposes as above shall not exceed the following displacement: "destroyer" type - 100,000 tons "frigate" type - 60,000 tons "corvette" type - 8,000 tons "scout" type - 2,000 tons The construction or acquisition of any "Stealth" vessels, even for commercial purposes, shall be forbidden. ARTICLE 293 All nations must keep the Sol system (and associated areas) free from mines.