Creating European and North American Union Creating United States of North America and Europe Creating United American and European States Creating lose confederation of American and European States
Linking European Union and North America.
1. The European Union and North America (USA and Canada) are two regions in many ways very much alike, sharing many social, economic and cultural similarities and aspirations. Indeed, both regions generally have overall more in common with each other than any other region with them. In these respects, as the European Union expands, and as North America unifies, it makes just as much sense that Europe and North America should be unifying in some or many ways too.
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