Persona non grata (Latin, "unacceptable person") is a diplomatic term used when a government declares that a foreign diplomat is no longer welcome on its soil. Under international law, a persona non grata must leave the government's territory as soon as possible.

Persona non grata in Southern Victory Edit

Confederate President Jake Featherston declared US Ambassador Jerry Voorhis persona non grata on June 21, 1941. US President Al Smith did the same to Confederate ambassador Richard Russell, and the next day, the Second Great War began.

Persona non grata in The Two Georges Edit

In 1995, Le Comte Philippe Bonaparte, the Holy Alliance's ambassador to the North American Union, was declared persona non grata and given 48 hours to leave the NAU by Governor-General Sir Martin Luther King for his involvement in the conspiracy by the Sons of Liberty to steal The Two Georges and assassinate King-Emperor Charles III of Britain.

Persona non grata in A World of Difference Edit

Though Minervan diplomacy was an ad hoc system with few formal rules, Fralk became a de facto persona non grata when domain-master Reatur ordered him out of his domain after Fralk delivered Hogram's ultimatum. Fralk would later return at the head of a Skarmer army.

Persona non grata in Worldwar Edit

German Chancellor Heinrich Himmler declared the Race's psychologist Ttomalss persona non grata after Ttomalss mocked the Nazi Party's absurd racial ideology. Felless attempted to earn the same "punishment" to escape the Race's Nuremberg embassy, an assignment which she hated. However, she failed to "earn" this status until the entire embassy was expelled at the start of the Race-German War of 1965.

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