Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Red Arturoist, Feb 11, 2015.
Map of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Why is the Korean peninsula shown as unified?
The base had the red 'unresolved' border; and I just erased it accidentally.
Really interesting map idea!
Could I do a cover of this at some point?
It looks kinda like a hypothetical map of a US-Pacific Rim military alliance.
A red line border does'nt represent 'unresolved border' (IIRC that wa some dark brownish-red one, I don't know, I never used it), but rather represents borders of unrecognized countries or countries with very limited recognition.
One continent down, five to go. WIP
Treasonous, psychotic, self-destructive nonsense.
Neat map, though.
Seconded on all counts. Motion carried.
You mind if i borrow this?
It was designed as an infographic, so go ahead.
It's difficult to believe that an ultra-Orthodox dominated state would allow an autonomous zone including Hebrew, which includes some of the holiest sites to Judaism.
There's also the comment that with the Jewish emigration and Arab immigration you mention, neither of those states is likely to be Jewish majority...
I haven't posted a Union and Liberty map in a map thread in a long time. Since I'm getting near the end of the TL, here's the map of the United States as of 1912.
Is Arkansas supposed to be spelled like that?
Whoops, flipped the a and the n, thanks for catching that. (Looks like I also forgot to put a city dot at Key West)
That location of Kearney City isn't a great place for a state capital.
And is the state name intentionally misspelled?
Kearney City is located at OTL Kearney, Nebraska. And it's actually the capital, and OTL, that misspells it. The state and city are named after Stephen Kearny.
Yeah, I know that it's OTL Kearney and I know about the OTL misspelling of the city, but it seems odd that someone at some point wouldn't enforce uniformity one way or the other. But at any rate, Kearney isn't the best place for a state capital. Why not Omaha or Lincoln? Or some place that's not in the middle of nowhere?
Honestly I would trade Chile and Peru for Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and South Korea for a military alliance against China and the UK for good measure.
How exactly is it treason?
Don't get me wrong, I'm not a fan of it (though it's better than the Atlantic one that's probably going to die), but it in no way can be considered treason as it does not levy war against the United States nor does it provide aid or comfort to any polity the United States is at war with.
Separate names with a comma.