Well that's an interesting question. How do you imagine that would work? A diplomatic agreement where the three sit down and agree to unite and become one nation?
Sweden and Denmark have a history of conflict and war when it comes to territory and power, and I'm pretty sure Norway is kinda sick of being governed by either. There is a lot of dark history in the past and I think all three nations value their independence and national pride too much to ever consider joining together as a single nation. Besides we are too different, it wouldn't work. I would hate to see Norway and Denmark become more like Sweden which would be a real concern since Sweden is the largest of the three.
It's not really in the minds of people here either. I have never even given the idea a thought tbh. Although ppl do joke about giving Skåne back to Denmark on a regular basis ;) In Sweden it's rather the opposite discussion that's going on where the northern most parts of the country has some support for wanting to leave Sweden and become their own nation since the capital leeches reasources from these parts.
Personally, I don’t think I would like that. Our countries are close together and share a lot in terms of laws, culture and values. However, we still differ slightly, and so uniting would be complicated and we’d have to agree which country’s laws to keep and which not. Also, our language may be similar but we still can’t understand each other with 100% ease. So being a united country would be burdensome I think. It’s better to be 3 separate, friendly countries
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