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Welcome to the page for the 21st Century Crisis timeline, an on-going alternate timeline of the millions and infinite numbers of alternate timelines all each with their own unique established continuities. 

Sub-timelines of the 21st Century Crisis include the Right to Bear Arms timeline, dealing with firearm politics around the world.

Countries in this timeline (non PoD-countries excluded)Edit

Middle EastEdit

North Syria Edit

The Kingdom of North Syria (Arabic: المملكة شمال سوريا, French: Royaume de Syrie du Nord) is a constitutional monarchy located north of the Syrian Arab Republic in the Levant. It got its independance from the Syrian Arab Republic in 2011 from the Syrian Civil War, as a resulted of United Nations and NATO-aid. North Syria is currently headed by Prime Minster Muhsin el-Hussein, and its official languages are Arabic, French and Turkish. It is a major power in the Middle East, and a major ally of the United States and the United Kingdom.

Assyria Edit

The Federation of Assyria (Syriac: ܫܘܼܠܛܵܢܵܐ ܐܵܬ݂ܘܿܪ, Arabic: الاتحاد أشور) is a Christian democracy located east of North Syria and the Syrian Arab Repblic, south of Turkey, west of Iran and north of Iraq. It got its independance from Iraq with the help of Soviet troops shortly after World War II. It is currently headed by President Sarkis Mamendo.


United State of SamoaEdit


The Republic of Mongolia (Mongolian: ᠮᠤᠩᠭᠤᠯ ᠤᠯᠤᠰ, Monggol Ulus) is a country that spans both East Asia and parts of Central Asia. It borders Russia to the north and China and the Republic of Manchuria to the south. It covers the northern part of Manchuria, and neighbors Japan to the east. Northern Manchuria was given to Mongolia as a gift by the Soviet Union, after the Mongolians helped the Soviets drive Japanese forces out of there. It was also meant to give Mongolia coastal territory, to aid its seemingly barren and landlocked original. Mongolian is the official language, and it is written in the Mongolian script - which is a unique form of writing descended from Uyghur script and is written vertically. There is also a Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet that was implemented during the Soviet era, until the government of the People's Republic of Mongolia re-introduced Classical Mongolian in 1975 and made it the official writing system, as the Soviets were not culturally repressive towards Mongolians as a result of their aid against foreign enemies of the Soviet Union. It is still used by overseas Mongols living in Russia, who often-not learn it alongside Classical Mongolian, as well as Mongolians who lived during the days of Soviet rule. 


The Republic of Manchuria (Manchu: ᠮ? ᠨᠵᡠ) is a country located south of Mongolia and north of China. It is the country that bears the name "Manchuria" as a sovereign state, free of foreign occupation. The country's origins are found within the acclaimed descendants of the Qing Dynasty, a Manchu-dominated imperial dynasty of China. It has its own glorious history. Currently, Manchu and English are the two official languages of the country. 

Southeast AsiaEdit


The Republic of the Philippines and Formosa (Filipino: Republika ng Pilipinas at Pormosa, Malay: Republik Filipina dan Formosa, Spanish: Republica de Filipinas y Hermosa) is a country comprising of approximately 6,000 islands. It gained independance from the Spanish Empire in 1898, after the Spanish tried to use natives to wage war against the Dutch East Indies in which natives and locals of the two future-nations realized similarities in each other. It is currently under the leadership of president Rodrigo Duterte and its national language is Filipino, with Malay, Spanish and English as official state languages.


The Commonwealth of Malaysia (Malay: Komanwel Malaysia) is a vast country, located to the south of the Philippines and to the south of Thailand, and north of Indonesia. It is divided into three parts, namely West Malaysia which includes all of the Malay Peninsula, Central Malaysia which includes northern Borneo, and East Malaysia which includes the islands of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago. Malaysia is well known for its military, having defeated the bigger militaries of the neighboring Philippines and Indonesia to gain territories. 


New GuineaEdit

The Commonwealth of New Guinea, is a large nation that covers the entire island of New Guinea in the Pacific region of Melanesia. It formed as a result of a merger between Papua New Guinea and West Papua. Its official languages are English and Tok-Pisin. Shortly after merging, the new New Guinean government began hawling in swarms of wealthy foreigners for purposes of land development, causing outrage among human rights activists. Now, foreigners outnumber the natives by a lot. Most citizens are Caucasians, Chinese, Indian, Arab, Filipino, Indonesian ethnicity. On the brighter side, New Guinea now has one of the most powerful economies in the Asia-Pacific Region.


The Republic of Hawaii (Hawaiian: Lepupalika Hawa'i) is an island-nation located in the Polynesian region of Oceania. Hawaii is a former U.S. state. English and Hawaiian are two official languages. 




Eastern EuropeEdit

Soviet Union Edit

The Union of Soviet States (Russian: Союз Советских государств, Ukrainian: Союз Радянських держав, Belarusian: Саюз Савецкіх дзяржаў) re-emerged after a re-unification of the founding states of the original Soviet Union, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. In 1994, the leaders of the three countries merged to unite their armies, forming a "Second Red Scare" against NATO. However, this country is evidently different than the first, starting that their government is right-wing. 


The Tsardom of Kalinlingrad (Russian: Царизм Калининграда) is a constitutional monarchy in Eastern Europe, once a Russian exclave. It became independant in 2002, and thus, its new government wanted to restore Imperial Russian traditions and dynasties. Its current ruler is Tsar Christopher I (Russian: царь Кристофер), also known by his full name: Kristofer Petrovich Vodev. Its current Prime Minister is Dmitry Martov.

North AmericaEdit