The Asian Co-Prosperity Agreement is a platform on which Free Trade and Ideas may travel freely between nations with ease. It is also a system for equal and guaranteed defense. The citizens among member states are free to travel and conduct business among each other without hampering, similar to the EU. It was proposed by Japan in 2016.
The EACPA allows for Observer States, which may participate in the agreement but forgo defensive, aid, immigration, and some trade rights. Otherwise Observing States have free trade rights and may observe the East Asian Congress.
Members (By Order Of Joining) Edit
- Papua New Guinea
- New Zealand
- The Marshall Islands
- The Solomon Islands