United States of Asia and the Pacific (USAP)

Preferable members



New Zealand






Potential members

Any nation within the Southern Asia/South Pacific area.


Ruling body

Central Committee of South Asia/South Pacific Nations (CCAPN)


Head of State

Chairman of the CCAPN




Pooled Armed forces under single command structure based in Canberra

Mutual economic aid and development, common currency

Single constitution

Combined UN representation

Increased buying power

Increased concentration on development of economy, conventional military, strategic DEFENCE and clean energy

Reorganisation of governmental structure: Formation of a single Federal Republic, former nations become states, States split into prefectures, local government takes the form used in Australia














Names (and subsequently acronyms) are open to suggestions for improvement.