Anyone have a QBAM without the EEZs?
This is good but I was referring to a blank version. Also it seems some patches in Canada and Sweden are misaligned.TADA!
This is actually a de jure dispute between these nations and Spain. When Spain sold much of their Pacific island territories to Germany at the end of the 19th Century, they specified which islands were to be sold. Some islands were unintentionally omitted from the list and are thus legally part of Spain, and in fact a Spanish court ruled in favor of that status. That said, no effort has been made by Spain since to enforce these claims and it's unlikely they would ever do so in the future. It's just a unique geopolitical oddity.
- Fixed some disputed territories being shown wrong (mostly in India) and removed disputed borders that don't actually exist (such as in the Marshall Islands and Micronesia)
East Jerusalem should be shown as Israeli territory (as in Israel main colour), with a red line separating it from the rest of Israel to show that it is disputed.View attachment 560405
Got rid of the red border for most of the Green Line. Showcased Zone C as Israeli occupied, and East Jerusalem as contested. As Israel does not de jure claim all of Palestine and only de facto controls part of the West Bank, this patch allows us to showcase that in greater detail than before. Also added Sheeba Farms dispute within the Golan Heights.
For what it's worth, this is the closest thing we'll ever get to a second-level administrative division of Libya. Could someone confirm whether the attached map is accurate? Or maybe just create a Libya patch?
Eh...I found it on Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baladiyat_of_Libya).For what it's worth, this is the closest thing we'll ever get to a second-level administrative division of Libya. Could someone confirm whether the attached map is accurate? Or maybe just create a Libya patch?