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  1. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    Well, it's the sort of area Beach City is in in the show, and given how diverse it is and the fact they have a community of literal aliens who've settled there by the end of the show and the townsfolk are totally cool with it implies they're probably more progressive than OTL. Plus I basically...
  2. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    I know I'm a few days late to make something like this, but I felt I should make an infobox to commemorate Steven Universe ending (and since Connie said she wanted to study politics). * The 2024 gubernatorial election in Delmarva saw a rather unusual contest, as two colourful figures were...
  3. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    I just made another China election map from this TL. * Provincial politics in Sichuan, the fourth-largest province of China, has been fractious since democratization to say the least. It is perhaps best to start with the 'fourth-largest province of China' part- until 1997, Sichuan was the...
  4. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    Here's another Chinese provincial election map. In some ways, Shanxi is a significant contrast to most of China in that its pre-democratic history has been greatly influential on its modern politics, rather than political conflict being muted by the one-party rule of the Kuomintang. From 1911...
  5. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    It's been a while since I've done a Chinese provincial election map, so here's Inner Mongolia. As one might imagine given its status as sister state to Mongolia (or Outer Mongolia, as it was historically known), Inner Mongolia has a rather distinct political system affected by its ties to...
  6. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    The same one as this. Sorry, probably should've included a link to it before.
  7. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    The 1995 Chinese presidential election proved to be one of the strangest in the history of democratic China. In 1993, after the Kuomintang lost over 80 seats in the second National Congress election in part due to the slumping economy and influenced by his consistently poor approval ratings...
  8. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    Here's a Russia infobox from the China TL. * The Russian Federation, the democratic capitalist successor to the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic after the fall of the Soviet Union, was not exactly a state whose foundation was the result of great enthusiasm from its people. Founded...
  9. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    Here's the county basemap I've been using. It's basically a modified version of the county basemap from Wikipedia. The city enlargements like Beijing and Chongqing were ones I made myself by tracing the enlargements on Wikipedia and adding borders. I haven't made one for Shanghai and the...
  10. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    I just finished another thing from my American Federation TL. The Republic of Deseret is among the most politically distinct in the Federation, primarily due to its history as a region first colonized by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) missionaries who fled eastern...
  11. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    The Chinese flag debate is an ongoing question of whether the Chinese flag should be changed from the "Blue Sky, White Sun and a Wholly Red Earth" design (colloquially known as the 'sun flag') that has been in place since 1928, predominantly due to the symbol of the White Sun used by the...
  12. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    2001 Having enjoyed what some analysts called the ‘two-year honeymoon’, as he began his second term Blair finally felt like he had a mandate to begin enacting some more contentious policies. In January 1997, he announced an increase in the minimum wage and that referenda would be held in...
  13. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    Thank you! I'm not sure whether you mean the American Federation or California specifically, but either way I'm tempted to as well. The big difficulties are working out how the different states' policies would conflict with the Federation and each other, and how it slots into 19th, 20th and 21st...
  14. Alternate Electoral Maps III

    It's been a while, but have another American Federation map. * With a population of almost 44 million people as of 2019, California (or the Union of the Californias as it is legally known) is the most populous member state of the Federation, and alongside New England and Texas one of its...
  15. Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes V (Do Not Post Current Politics Here)

    That's the other big reason I'd love to see this iteration of SU (even if I feel like Amethyst would be more likely to say fuck :P )
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