Map of Europe After the Partition of Russia

A map showing the political alignments of various European, Middle Eastern, and North African countries after the Partition of Russia and the onset of Phase Three of the Cold War.

Blue represents nations belonging to NATO.

Red represents the Romanian Empire.

Pink represents Romanian dependents, satellites, and vassal states.

Grey represents countries that are nominally neutral in the conflict. Some such countries maintain closer diplomatic ties to one side than the other, but all have avoided officially declaring allegiance to one side or the other.

Special note that while the United Kingdom is officially a part of NATO, it is speculated that any attempt to actually wage war against Romania would result in a Civil War. Influential factions within the United Kingdom have close ties to Romania and would rather leave NATO than fight Romania.

Map edited from Wikipedia commons.

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