Usean Coup d'Etat
Delarus' stance towards the Spring Sea Treaty (an Osean military pact with the southern Usean nations) and the Usean Allied Forces is unknown. Nevertheless, it was taken over by the Usean Rebel Forces at the outbreak of the Usean coup d'état after the rebels forced the Allied Forces off the continent. However, the rebels were eventually defeated by Scarface Squadron, and it is believed that sovereignty of the country was restored.
Delarus was involved to an unknown extent in the Continental War; it is unclear whether the nation allied itself with the Federal Republic of Erusea, the Independent States Allied Forces or remained neutral. Regardless of its allegiance, fighting between the ISAF and Erusea eventually spilled over into the country, and by early 2004, Delarus had been occupied by the latter.
In November 2005, Osean Broadcasting Corporation reporter Brett Thompson traveled to an unnamed border town in Delarus to interview former mercenary Larry Foulke as part of the documentary Warriors and the Belkan War.
The circumstances surrounding the border dispute are currently unknown. However, it can be surmised that the ISAF was somehow involved due to the presence of an ISAF flag flying over the town in which Foulke was interviewed.