The Treaty of St. Louis was a peace treaty signed between the Southwest Republic and the United States of Columbia, which confirmed the end of the North American War and the dissolution of the Southwest Republic. The Southwest Republic was represented by Field Marshal Norm Barber and the United States of Columbia was represented by Zachary Hale Comstock.
The terms of the treaty are:
- The immeadite end of hostilities between the United States of Columbia and the Southwest Republic
- Dissolution of the Southwest Republic and transfer of sovereignty over to Columbia.
- Transfer of all domestic and international military and economic assets of the Southwest Republic, including overseas bases, international operations of Southwest Republic-based companies and all military equipment located on foreign soil.
United States of Columbia
President of Columbia
Zachary Hale Comstock
Field Marshal of the Southwest Republic Defense Force