The New Deal
The New Deal was a speech delivered by the Empress Eleanor XXXIII on the occasion of her coronation as the thirty-third Empress of Australia.
In the speech, the Empress outlined her vision for the future of the Empire and the world.
Noted for its markedly different approach to relations between the Empire and the rest of the world the speech struck a conciliatory tone between the Empire and its traditional adversaries the Kingdom of Papua and Cascadia. It also sought a new approach to relations with more recent antagonists including the Empire of Russia, Kingdom of Norway, China, and the United States of New Spain.
In the speech she promised that the sword of the Empire would be used merely to restore justice and order in the world and that the Empire would engage in greater economic development projects throughout the world in traditionally forgotten places.