Earth’s major governments are aligned in metanational affiliations that share economic direction, military commands, and the like. Some of the major metanations include:
Encompassing more than two billion people across South Asia, the Bharatavarsha includes the former colonial nations of Pakistan, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, and the Maldives.
The One Chinese metanation reflects aggressive Chinese revanchism and expansion, including large sections of previously Russian territory and a multitude of East Asian subnations such as Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and the Phillippines. Notably, however, Taiwan has incredibly remained separate.
The Southern Cone
The Southern Cone sweeps over the southern portion of South America, including the former nations of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, and Paraguay, as well as southern Brazil (with an unclear border with Gran Colombia somewhere in the Amazon.
Containing most of the non-Southern Cone nations of South America (as well as some Central American territory), Gran Colombia’s claim of northern Brazil gives it a hazy border in the Amazon.