Alliance of East Asian Micronations

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Alliance of East Asian Micronations
東亞微型國家聯盟
東アジアマイクロ諸国の同盟
동아시아 마이크로 국가 연합

Flag of AEAM.png
Flag
Anthem: "East Asian Way"
HeadquartersFlag of Taihan.png Empire of Taihan
Official language • English
 • Chinese
 • Japanese
 • Korean
Membership13 member nations at dissolution

- Secretary GeneralFlag of Taihan.png Hongde Emperor (only)
- Summit PresidencyFlag of Shurigawa.png Shurigawa (last)

Established30 September 2014
Dissolved11 March 2015

The Alliance of East Asian Micronations was a political and economic organisation of micronations located in East Asia, which was formed on 30 September 2014 by Choseon, Kogajajima and Beiwan. Its aims include accelerating economic growth, social progress, sociocultural evolution among its members, protection of regional peace and stability, and opportunities for member countries to discuss differences peacefully.

History

The Alliance of East Asian Micronations was officially established on 30 September 2014 by Choseon, Kogajajima and Beiwan. On 10 October 2014m, Chaowan joined the AEAM and the alliance's headquarters moved from Kangyo to Shan'an. In early 2015, AEAM's membership increased to 14 member-states. The Alliance of East Asian Micronations became one of the biggest Asian micronational organisations. However, on 11 March 2015, Hongde Emperor (then Emperor Juntao) of Taihan declared disestablishment of AEAM for unknown reason.[1]

Membership

Member states at dissolution

Member state that left before dissolution

References

  1. Emperor Juntao (11 March 2015). "Collapse of the AEAM". AEAM Wiki. Retrieved 2 August 2017.

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