This is amazing, I will definitely be watching this timeline with interest.
Islamic unrest in Central Asia, anyone?
I feel like their won't be enough immigration from the Latin American world to make a Chicano=Chechnya analogue. I think @Augenis is hinting towards a situation in either Alaska or Mississippi with the NAACP's religiousness.Watched. This TL has huge potential, and there's a chance that it could become a gateway for Anglo users into post-Soviet politics. Love Cheney as Communist Party leader, the centrist "Constitutionalists" and the NAACP. Can't wait to see the analogues to Yeltsin and Clinton and the Chechen War.
I've said it before on Discord, but I do have some ideas regarding the larger Eurasian politics, particularly its "blue" and "red" states. For example, Kuban/Krasnodar Oblast works well as a Georgia-lite (rapidly growing city in a mostly rural region that has historical ties to, uh, free-minded yet otherwise reactionary militias), while the larger Ural-Volga region works well as the Great Lakes area, given their fairly large labour presence and liberal strongholds (Perm in particular comes to mind).
Not sure if it would be that strong, though I suppose something on the level of the Chicano movement could emerge early on. You should consider Caucasus as well.
I'll say William Foster, I suppose.So, who was the first leader of the USSA when the Second American Revolution struck? I'm going to take a guess and assume someone who was a bigwig in the CPUSA IOTL was their first leader.