Kabu

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Kabu

Kabupik
ꦏꦧꦸꦥꦶꦏ꧀
Flag of Kabu
Flag
Capital
Official languagesKabu
Demonym(s)Kabuese
Kabu
Government
Dian Suripto
Tirto Sutikno
Kumat Dumarwulan
Eko Dhimas
LegislatureSenate (North Kabu)
Congress of Kabu (South Kabu)
Establishment
• Colony of Carolinian Islands
1797
1941
• Treaty of City
1947
Area
• Total
83,996 km2 (32,431 sq mi)
Population
• 2018/2020 census
15,915,267
• Density
189.47/km2 (490.7/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2020 estimate
• Total
$222.7 billion
• Per capita
$13,995
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Kabu (Kabu: Kabupik) is a region and historical nation of Southeast Coius which has been split between the Kabu Republic in the north and the Socialist Republic of Kabu in the south since the conclusion of the Kabu Civil War by the Treaty of City in 1947. The territory of this nation is generally agreed to be the archipelago on which both states sit, which consists of ten major islands organised into three subgroups, yet under some definitions the Gaullican overseas state of Nouvel-Anglet and the Estmerish overseas territory of Kingsport and notably the southern government claims both of these as being part of its territory.

The region has been the site of much diplomatic and geopolitical controversy, as despite the conclusion of the civil war both nations continue to claim each other's territory as their own, being a notable flashpoint in the Great Game between the socialist world, who have traditionally given support to the south, while other notable blocs such as the Euclean Community and COMSED, who have traditionally given support to the north.