I honestly was thinking that as well, but I wanted to make them have them, so they aren't a complete parallel to OTL!America
OK, yeah, maybe the previous coalition was formed as a response to the rise of Left-Wing Populism in RussiaEDIT: Now I understood, you wanted coalitions in Russia. I still find them unlikely, though. For Germany, Poland, France or even Ukraine, or most other democratic nations for that sake, they are very plausible.
What you could do is Russia's political system working more like the UK or OTL France. Still strongly presidential, but coalitions aren't implausible either.
That could be interesting, I like this, and it would also make the borders look a little betterHaving thought of and worked on the QuarterBAM map for 2023, I'm considering a significant change to North America:
Instead of Wisconsin, Michigan and Superior, I plan to make New England (including Vermont and New Hampshire) the Baltic analogue... what do you think?
Here it is, a Quarter-BAM of this TL's 2023. Thanks to @qazse for creating this type of map, for @Entrerriano for helping me out with the subdivisions of Imperial Germany, and to many others (among them @Perfidious Albion and their map game In the Wake of Desolation regarding keeing Michigan independent) for inspiring me. OTL sources of inspiration included the Free State Project for New Hampshire and proposed divisions of New York State.
Can I make versions of both of these maps in Mapchart?So... I made a map of a Reversed Cold War