The Institute for Central Smalik Affairs was founded in 302 AP as the Bowdani Institute for National Affairs, a socio-cultural organisation that also functions as a think tank and diplomatic academy and aims to enhance national and international relations, notably those between the successor states of the Republic of Bowdani. After the dissolution of the Republic of Bowdani in 316 it was renamed the Institute for Central Smalik Affairs. Although not all successor states of Bowdani participate in the activities of ICSA, the Institute aims to funcion as a neutral organisation for cooperation between all former Bowdani nations eventually.

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Western Shore

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