: All the countries in Europe united into one country.
- Straight: In the year 2100, most of Europe is one country.
- Exaggerated: In the year 2030, all of Europe from Iceland to Gibraltar to the Absheron Peninsula to Novaya Zemlya is one big authoritarian unitary state.
- Downplayed: A few countries in Western Europe are united as one country.
- Justified: It takes place in the far future, and the governments of Europe have agreed that they would be better off as one country.
- Inverted: Each country in Europe is balkanized.
- Subverted: There are early references to Europe being united, but later it is revealed that they are simply referring to the European Union.
- Double Subverted: ...which has become a full-on country.
- Parodied: Europe is exactly like the United States.
- Zig Zagged: United Europe unites and dissolves throughout the work.
- Averted: Europe is divided into many countries just like in real life.
- Enforced: The writers don't want viewers to be confused by all the different countries.
- Lampshaded: "I miss the days before Europe was united."
- Invoked: The leaders of various countries try to unify.
- Exploited: A character runs for President of Europe, allowing him to control the entire continent.
- Defied: The leaders of European countries try to stay as independent as possible.
- Discussed: "Maybe all of Europe should unify."
- Conversed: "Why is Europe always united in these shows?
- Deconstructed: The government of Europe is oppressive, causing the people to rebel.
- Reconstructed: The people of Europe live on peacefully afterwards.
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