- Jan 4, 2015
If there's something to admire in Europe, that is the unity of its constituent countries. They have European Union. Although not all countries in the said continent join themselves into that, at least most of its most powerful and influential countries are part. So they've go a really staunch union. This isn't the case with the countries in Asia which are in faction, especially the powerful ones. Take for example China and Japan. The two despite their geographical proximity aren't allies, but allies of another rival countries, Russia and US respectively. Why don't just Asian countries prioritise their sibling countries and be allies with them?