What does this have to do with accessibility to the gas giant? Do the trade hubs stop ships from traveling? Is there some sort of network keeping travelers away from the cloud cities? This just doesn't make much sense.Accessibility: Easy to arrive here, its moons are trade hubs, like Terminus itself.
Anything that is exported from the colonized moons are not an export of this planet. If it doesn't come from the planet it needs to be removed. Banking services are also not an export in this context.
Primary Languages: Basic, Ugnaught, Wookiee, Ewok, Kage, Variety of others across the moons
Each moon is also governed by elected mayors, governors and city and colony councils.
Stability: High (No pirates, terrorists, or invaders get anywhere near Crossroads due to the high-density of active-duty warships and large police forces. There are also a multitude of domestic and external intelligence agencies that are constantly on the lookout for dissent and root it out with a quiet but Imperial-like brutality to protect the status quo. Politics are also remarkably stable, even if somewhat corrupt. But a good economy and safety have prevented successful challenges to the ruling party.)
Military: The Crossroads Republic has one of the largest and most powerful fleets in the far Southern Outer Rim for such a small territorial power. It is one of the best-trained one on top of it due to ever-ongoing war games testing crews and ships to the breaking point and applying lessons learned and repeating the process for years at a time until perfection is achieved. This same doctrine is applied to the Crossroads Army, which, at full mobilization, can muster several hundred million personnel all armed and equipped with powerful weapons, vehicles, and with the planetary shields and anti-orbital defenses and supporting industry to support a massive defensive war effort. There is a reason Crossroads and its moons have never been conquered: The Crossroads Republic Armed Force.
Technology: Galactic Standard (A couple moons have populations who purposely live below the standard)