For the "Control unfortified space" the rules says:
"Either (a) land units controlled by the active power occupy
the space, or (b) land units controlled by the active power are
adjacent to the space and enemy land units are not adjacent.
[For the purposes of this requirement, two spaces connected
by a pass are not considered adjacent.]"
and then in the note it goes on to clarify b):
"Units conducting a siege and under siege must all still be considered
when evaluating case (b)."
How about for removing unrest? Is the same true for that? So the units under siege would prevent the removal of unrest in spaces near the siege (unless the unit removing unrest is on the space where it is being removed from).
I ask since there isn't the same clarification after the remove unrest section.
Edit: Found Ed's answer for this on the HIS forum . So assuming the rules on it hasn't changed it is the same for unrest and control.
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