Regional organizations are groups of countries that come together to promote cooperation and integration within a specific geographic region. Here are some of the main regional organizations:
- African Union (AU): The AU is an intergovernmental organization that aims to promote political and economic integration among its 55 member states in Africa. It focuses on issues such as peace and security, human rights, and economic development.
- Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): ASEAN is a regional organization of 10 Southeast Asian countries that aims to promote economic integration, political cooperation, and cultural exchange among its members.
- European Union (EU): The EU is a political and economic union of 27 European countries that aims to promote economic and political cooperation among its members.
- Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS): The CIS is a regional organization of former Soviet republics that aims to promote economic and political cooperation among its members.
- Organization of American States (OAS): The OAS is a regional organization of 35 independent states in the Americas that aims to promote democracy, human rights, and economic development.
- Pacific Islands Forum (PIF): The PIF is a regional organization of 18 Pacific Island countries that aims to promote economic and social development, and to address issues such as climate change and environmental sustainability.
- Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): The GCC is a regional organization of six Arab countries in the Persian Gulf that aims to promote economic cooperation and political coordination among its members.
These regional organizations vary in their level of integration and the scope of their activities, but they all aim to promote cooperation and integration within their respective regions.
This document is not biased as it depicts EU not welcoming the Eastern European convoy from entering into what seems like EU’s territory and the Eastern European convoy was chased by a beast representing an economic crisis.
It implies that regional organizations face the challenging task of ensuring that every member state is well taken care of and sometimes in order to achieve this, limitations on member nations may be enforced so as to ensure that the organization functions optimally for all member nations.