As the Cold War increased into the 1960s and 1970s, the neutral countries (Celtic Alliance, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, and South Africa) became divided between monarchism and democracy. Following the defeat of the Argentians in the Argentina-Brazil War, the Celtic Alliance, Brazil, and South Africa sided with the United States, while Venezuela and Argentina sided with France.
When the Cold War reached the 1990s, Egypt joined the French-side of the Cold War, while Oceania finally joined the American-side, resulting in Anti-French Pact being formed on July 12, 1998. Gran Colombia and the Republic of Georgia joined the American-side in 2001, and Siberia joined in 2002.
As the Cold War continues, the Syrians living under the oppressing rule of the Turks, declared independence on 2008, and started the Syrian War for Independence on July 12, 2011.