The Eurasian controversy is a controversy over whether Eurasia should be considered a continent or not. Some countries are in both countries and—according to supporters of a Eurasian continent—is useless to separate the continent to two continents.

If it was made in to a continent it would be the largest one—with 4 billion people and more than 72.5% percent of the world population[1]—without a doubt.

Critics of the Eurasian continent note the cultural differences of both continents[citation needed].


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