History Since 1948
The United Kingdom began rebuilding and reasserting its colonial power in Africa, India, the Middle-East, and Asia. Development of nuclear warheads also began. Early in the year the UK participated in the creation of many supranational orginisations such as NATO, the UN, and the EU. They began trade with Italy, Australia, Kurdistan and nearly all members of the European Union but were soon forced to go to war with the rebellious colonies of India and Malaya. The UK too aided the Greek Democratic Party and the Republic of China during their civil crises. In the second half of the year nations continue to push for Indian & Malayan Independence leading to a conference in New Delhi on the partition of the Dominion of India.
The Partition of India is a record of the conference that occurred between the United Kingdom, the Indian National Congress, the Federation of the Americas, and many other. It ultimately led to the independence of the Federation of India and a short peace for the UK.
The Kaesong Accords was a short conference that took place in Kaesong, Korea and discussed an armistice between the RC and the PRC and led to the division of China. The United Kingdom was an observer in this meeting.
The Riyadh Conference was a meeting between the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, the Federation of the Americas, Turkey, and Kurdistan. The decolonisation and demilitarisation of the Middle-East was discussed and the stance of the EU & SDP.
The Malayan Independence Conference is an ongoing conference between the United Kingdom, the Unrecognised State of Malaya, and the Philippines. The proposed outcome will be for Malaya to be independent and that Sabah will be annexed and given to the Philippines since it historically belonged to them.
The Budapest Accords
Allies of the UK
*Alliance currently suspended or dissolved
- The United States of America
- South Africa
- The Republic of China
- The Philippines*
- The Federation of India
- The Republic of Ireland
The United Nations (UN) is a supranational organisation made up of every recognised country in the world. Its main goal is to bring peace to the world but so far many British journalists have said it is similar to its predecessor, the League of Nations, being that it has failed in preventing two more world wars.
The European Union (EU) is an international organisation made up of countries in Western Europe and Scandinavia. They meet every year in Rome, Italy to discuss plans to help Europe to grow and end conflict and, until recently, how to end communism in the East.