In order to become a member of the Warsaw Pact, a country must simply have the agreement of all the other members. This means that other nations may impose other conditions. Cyberain, for instance, insists on a democratic society and a fair degree of intelligence. It may also be assumed that a fair degree of military prowess is required, as well as alignment with the WSP
Rivalry with DjinnakenEdit
The organisation has traditionally been opposed to Djinnaken, going to war a number of times, though this is unlikely to happen again in the near future. Cyberain maintains a claim on behalf of the organisation on Poland, which is currently occupied by Djinnaken.