Oh that is pretty. Shame about all that dark green, I wonder if it'll be purple any time soon? In seriousness, it is great to have something to give a full-world view of everything. It reminds me at least that the Romans are very compact as an Empire, especially compared to places like China. I'm not sure if it's been a topic that's been covered, but the Romans really need to plan some sort of action in Africa and work for support for it soon. It'd be a great geopolitical legacy for the Sideros to have established a new SE Europe (in Roman favour), followed up by a new status quo in Mesopotamia, only to cap it off with resolving Italy and Africa. Going from being an Eastern Med state with Eastern Colonies to the Premier Med, SE Europe, Middle East, and North African State with East Indian Colonies, and the option to play ball in the West is a legacy Justinian would be envious of. @Basileus444 what are the Romans thoughts on North America at the moment. It seems pretty much safe territory for the Triunes, but the interior seems largely untouched because of Mexico being a thing. With the Roman alliances in Mexico, are they going to continue that policy in North America? Perhaps establishing themselves near OTL New Orleans at the heart of an anti-Triune North American network of alliances? It seems the most cost-effective way to hem in the Triunes in North America, and remind Saturn that Jupiter is 2.5 times the mass (read: might) the rest of the Solar System bar the sun. I'm not saying the Romans could build a strong industrial export capacity of D3 rifles in North America, but wait, no - that is EXACTLY what I'm saying. Hehehe.