East Althenian Sphere

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Emblem of  East Althenian Sphere Beidar: شرق أثينا المجالAndalusian: Sphère du Est AlthenaJheko: Hiệp hội các quốc gia Đông Nam ÁSanese: 東知残共榮圏Kwangjul: 이스트 아테나 구Goungan: 東雅典娜球Sukoyrian: Восточно-Афина сфера
Emblem
Motto: "United for Althena"
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Secretariat Toyozawaa
Working language Avelian
Official languages
of contracting states
Membership
Leaders
• Chairman
Ken Dailen
Kim Yu-sun
Establishment
1 March 1987
• Charter
16 December 2000
Area
• Total
4,435,618 km2 (1,712,602 sq mi)
Population
• 2015 estimate
2,219,890,000
• Density
141/km2 (365.2/sq mi)
GDP (PPP) 2014 estimate
• Total
ε27.6 trillion
• Per capita
ε12,617
GDP (nominal) 2015 estimate
• Total
ε25.1 trillion
• Per capita
ε10,560
HDI (2014) Increase 0.810b
very high
Time zone EAS (UTC+6:30 to +9)
Website
www.eas.org
  1. De facto

The East Althenian Sphere, commonly referred to as the EAS is a political and economic organisation of eight East Althenian nations. It was formed on March 1st, 1987 by Andalus, Okaiken, Howan, and the Republic of Peilan. Since then, membership has expanded to include Sukoyria, the PR Peilan, Jhekong, Gounganyan, and most recently Kwangju. EAS policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital between its members enact legislation in justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries, and regional development, alongside protection of regional stability as well as providing a mechanism for member countries to resolve differences peacefully.

Covering over a quarter of the world population, the EAS in 2014 generated a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of 25.1 trillion enieos, constituting approximately 26% of global nominal GDP and around 30% when measured in terms of purchasing power parity. Additionally, 5 out of the 8 EAS countries have a very high Human Development Index, according to the Adonian Community. The organization maintains permanent diplomatic missions throughout the world and represents itself at the Adonian Community, the World Trade Organization, the G8, and the G-20. Because of its global influence, the East Althenian Sphere has been described as a current or as a potential superpower.

From the beginning of the 2000s the cohesion of the EAS has been tested by several issues, including the prolonged civil war in Jhekong, renewed controversy over Andalus' cultural and economic differences with East Althena, and the rise of nationalism across the region.

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