Well to be fair to the Danubian Empire, the opponents did secede (Venice, Hungary) but they were brought back in by force.For Britain it seems likely thy are due to trip on something. They have been rolling quite a few sixes. Even though I appreciate them having to trim back in their colonialism some as shown in New Zealand. Similar for the Habsburg Empire, while i am glad they are doing well, it seems like the opposition has been rolling snake eyes while reformers get sixes; something it seems has to go wrong there.
In the case of Britain, an embarrassing defeat is coming, though not in the the 1840s decade sadly.
Prussia is quiet until the late 1840s like otl, because well, they're sitting around paying off their napoleonic loans, which were massive for a great power so they're just trying to make their economy stable again.For Prussia I am rather hoping for a stroke of good fortune. Seems like that player has been getting sidelined a lot. For that matter what is Bavaria doing?
True enoughFor Russia and the Ottomans too much is in motion now.
The Hereditary Governorship in the Daimyo lands will continue probably, however if the war goes bad, then the Samurai may also be disbanded, if lost then the Samurai will be regarded as a military force of a bygone era.For Japan I hope this current system of reformed Daimyo and Samurai sticks around for a while more. Combined with a seemingly stronger China I am intrigued how Japan will develop internally and on the world stage ITTL. Though I could see the Shogunate itself ending if the current war goes too badly.
Yup, Louisiana is considered like that of a child nation for France. Much like how modern britain and the former white dominions kinda have a father-son relationship. The same applies here.For France I am curious how French is developing as a people and culture under this successful restoration. Is Louisiana as a sister/daugher nation impacting the development of France and her people and how they see themselves in the world?
Mexico is already under massive pressure from the Mexican Indian Wars going on throughout the country (though mainly against the Comanche) and yes, a gold rush would significantly ruin mexico in the short term, though it would advantageous in the long term.Mexico I see growing pains ahead. Bringing the Empire firmly under unity will not be easy and there are lots of matters to deal with; and more will be coming with the Gold Rush. But also i think the Great Power dream will be a major force in Central Mexico, galvanizing the push to bring the Empire together and take the stage as a true Great Power, not only in North America but on the world stage.
A schism regarding the growing Maritime Loyalism is more likely. Borealia would derive its culture mostly from Canadian west coast culture of otl methinks, which is quite unique from normal canadian culture.For BNA Britains growing global Imperial commitment I see as causing their schism. Canada asserting itself more as Britain's focus shifts while the Maritimes cleave to the Empire closer. And Borealia will be kid of the lot being influenced by Canada and the Empire as it takes shape.