The Eurasian Federation
Евразийский Федерация

Eurasian Economic Union (2015-2051)
Eurasian Federation (2020-2101)
Eurasian Federation Flag
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Location of Eurasian Federation territory in dark blue, nations belonging to the Eurasian Economic Union in light blue at its greatest extent in 2071.

"Государственный гимн Евразийского Федерации" "State anthem of the Eurasian Federation"
Capital Moscow, Russia
Official Language Russian, Kazakh, Belarusian
Other languages Armenian, Azerbaijani, Kyrgyz
Government Semi-presidential federation
Established August 5, 2020
Collapse/dissolution August 31, 2101 (81 years)

The Eurasian Federation(Евразийский Федерация) was a democratic nation in Eurasia from 2020 to 2061. The Eurasian Federation was governed by a federal semi-presidential government, led by three distinct administrations throughout its existence. At its greatest extent in 2071, the Eurasian Federation spanned 28,221,790 km2, making it the largest single nation on the planet at the time. The Eurasian Federation was composed of twelve major administrative districts, each giving way to smaller oblast regions, all with their own levels of provincial power. The capital and largest city of the Eurasian Federation was Moscow, in the Moscow oblast.

The Eurasian Federation has been historically regarded as among the most important nations in history, referring to its contributions to geopolitics, science, and its catalyst activity in both the Second Cold War (2014-2051) and World War Three (2045-2051). The subsequent expansion of the Federation into Europe allowed for 'neo-authoritariansm', a Western term for the Russian democratic yet strict government and freedom of media, to gain popularity throughout Eurasia.

The Eurasian Federation's origins stem to the formation of the Eurasian Economic Union on January 1, 2015 between Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan and Armenia. The four nations federalized in the midst of economic crisis due to the Second Cold War and heavy sanctions from the Western World on August 5, 2020. The federalization of the Eurasian Economic Union allowed for both income and exportation to boom, causing solution to the financial problems of the late 2010s. Upon the formation of the Eurasian Federation, the Eastern Defence and Security Alliance (EDSA) was formed, causing the Second Cold War to gain conflict exponentially. Throughout the 2030s and 2040s, the Eurasian Federation expanded to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Novorossiya, and Kyrgyzstan, usually based upon national desires for financial stability. World War Three began on April 14, 2045 when EDSA forces invaded Taiwan and the Philippines. The war caused the deaths of over 75 million over the course of six years, and was ended with a indecisive ceasefire between EDSA and NATO on January 9, 2051. The war displayed the first example of nuclear war, and caused the financial collapse of much of the European Union, making way for a federalized Europe. The Eurasian Federation prospered in its financial superiority during the 2060s and 2070s. By the year 2070, the Eurasian Economic Union had become the largest economy in history. The Eurasian Federation, although existing until the Pan-Eurasian unification of 2100, continued to economically and politically merge with the Chinese Federation for the remainder of the 21st century.