It would be cool to see a surviving continental Celtic people
Actually there had been attempts by Esperanto enthusiasts to transform Neutral Moresnet into a Esparento speaking state. This would have lead to the formation of an ethnolinguistic group in such a Micro statelet for sure.Its funny when you said the Neutral Nation, I assumed you meant the people of Moresnet not a First Nations tribe.
Always good to find another Khazarophile on hereFor personal reasons, I voted for the Khazars.
There was a decent Greek-speaking minority in the south of Italy right into the Middle Ages. There's still pockets of established Greek-speakers in Italy to this day.It would be intresting to see a non-Romance speaking Italic people survive too.
The Pontic Tatars are the direct descendants of the Cumans.The Cumans would be interesting. The last Cuman speaker died in the 1770es, the rest of the Cumans had already been assimilated among Magyar Hungarians. Still officially the Cuman priviliges had been maintained by Hungarian law until 1876. The Turkic Cumans had been once a feared imperial power, had been associated with the Mongols and than travelled more and more west. until reaching Europe where they eventually had been 'Europeanized'.
IIRC the medieval Cumans split into a few different ethnic groups post-Mongol era but the majority of other Cumans/Kipchaks identified as Tatar while the ones in Hungary still called themselves Cumans (and in addition were Christian).The Pontic Tatars are the direct descendants of the Cumans.