History and Politics
- Act of Union (1800), the formation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
- Acts of Union 1707, the formation of Great Britain
- Dynastic union
- European Union
- Personal union
- Political union
- Soviet Union
- The Union, a term sometimes used to refer to the United States
- The Brazilian federal government (Portuguese: União)
- Union councils of Pakistan
- Union of India
- Union of South Africa, the predecessor to the present-day Republic of South Africa
- Union State, the entity combining the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus
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