Southeast Coius

Southeast Coius
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Area8,250,000 square kilometres
Population371,816,527
Population density45/km2
ReligionsBadi, Irfan, Satyism, Solarian Catholicism
DemonymSoutheast Coian
Countries
Dependencies
Unrecognised states Heijiang

Southeast Coius is a region of the continent Coius, located in its southeast. It has x countries in it, with a population of x, and a wide variety of languages and religions, both indigenous and non-indigenous; these include Estmerish, Kunak, Tinzan and Ziba, and Badi, Irfan, Satyism and Solarian Catholicism respectively. It is comprised primarily of developing countries with a history of colonialism; most of the region was Estmerish, Gaullican or Weranian at some time, but it mostly became independent after the Great War.

Southeast Coius is bordered by Bahia to the north and South Coius to the south while on the east it is bordered by the waters of the Banfura Sea. Geographically, Southeast Coius tends to be mountainous on the south and the island of Terangau while large plains and lower mountain ranges connect the region with Bahia to the north. With a mostly tropical climate, the region enjoys of a wide diversity on its flora and fauna; over the last years, Brumah and Dezevau have engaged on several projects of environmental protection specially on Dezevauni rainforests and Brumhese eastern coast, where from the homas Alday Islands to the Perawan Islands, the region has one of the largest protected areas of reefs and large maritime diversity.

The region covers about 8,250,000/km2 and has a population of 371,816,527 people which makes it one of the most populous regions in Coius and Kylaris. While the region has maintained itself as cultural and ethnically diverse, recent development and globalisation have raised concern over the lost of traditional costumes, however, despite long colonial rules, the region has maintained a large tradition over its native languages. In modern days, the region has maintained an active role on the foreign relations scene of the continent and an approach to have closer ties with nations of South Coius with Brumah and Tinza being members of the Council for Mutual Security and Development and Cavunia of the International Forum for Developing States. While democracy, economic freedom, human development and social inequality are still issues the region needs to work on, significant advances were made in the last decades accompanied of a stable economic growth.

List of countries and territories

Country or territory Area
(km2)
Population
Density
(/km2)
GDP (nominal),
Int$ (2019)
GDP (nominal)
per capita,
Int$ (2019)
GDP (PPP),
Int$ (2019)
GDP (PPP)
per capita,
Int$ (2019)
HDI (2018 report) Capital
Carolinian Islands 88,561 6,583,707 74.3/km2 $41.115 billion $6,245 0.561 Akaguakui
 Dezevau 1,834,685 129,899,450 70.8/km2 $1.584 trillion $12,194 $2.715 trillion $20,899 0.850 Bazadavo
Kingsport
Nouvel Anglet
Lainan 1,893,140 87,432,921 46.2/km2 $1.035 trillion $19,523 0.732 Dohoa
 Terangau 430,008 31,647,000 73.6/km² $1.387 trillion $29,391 0.901 Ankapeng
 Tinza 1,668,477 112,261,345 67/km2 $593.750 billion $13,982 0.696 Ladumra