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  • Political union, a state created by merging two or more states
  • Personal union, a combination of two or more states which have the same head of state (typically a monarch) whilst their boundaries, laws, and interests remain distinct
  • Real union, a union of two or more states, which share some state institutions as in contrast to personal unions but which are not as unified as entities in a political union
  • The Union, a term used to refer to the European Union
  • The Union, a term sometimes used to refer to the CDU/CSU political alliance in Germany
  • Soyuz (Russian: Союз, lit. 'Union'), a common internal abbreviation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)
  • Union State, the entity combining the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus
  • The Union, a term sometimes used to refer to the United Kingdom (UK)
    • Poor law union, a former unit of local government in the United Kingdom used to relieve poverty
  • The Union, a term sometimes used to refer to the United States (USA)
    • Perpetual Union, a feature of the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, the first U.S. constitution, and the concept that continues to bind the various U.S. states together as one nation
    • Union (American Civil War), the United States government and the 25 states that remained loyal to it during the American Civil War (1861–1865)
  • Union of India (The Union), the legal term sometimes used to refer to the Government of India
    • Dominion of India, also known as the Union of India, historical predecessor to the modern India, 1947–50
  • Union of South Africa, a historical predecessor to the modern South Africa, 1910–61
  • Union councils of Bangladesh, local government units in Bangladesh
  • See also: Union Party (disambiguation)

Mathematics and computer science[edit]

  • Union (set theory), in mathematics, a fundamental operation on sets
  • Union (SQL), an operator in the programming language SQL
  • Union mount, in operating systems, a way of combining multiple directories into one
  • Union type, in computer science, a type of data structure







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