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Capto Iugulum Background Thread

Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by EQandcivfanatic, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. TheLastJacobite

    TheLastJacobite No Commies

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    I have some POWes foreign political prisoners who say otherwise...
     
  2. Lord of Elves

    Lord of Elves Suede-Denim Secret Police

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    Ahh, yes, Brazil. Colleague Mannerheim has dismissed those reports.
     
  3. Jehoshua

    Jehoshua Catholic

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    Reply to Discussion on Game Thread: On the Ideological Tensions within PADA.

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    Save when actually referring to biographies of the saints (a specialised context), the term hagiography is used, particularly in the world of historians, as a perjorative term to refer to works that are percieved as uncritical and overly reverential of the subject. I used the term to imply you were too uncritical of PADA in your earlier statement.

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    Anyways, in my opinion its quite impossible for PADA to become a forum for discussion between moralists and proletarists/liberals, precisely because there is no common ontological ground. Since both ideologies fundamentally disagree on such foundational understandings as the nature of man and all that implies (moralism seeing man as inherently flawed and inclined as such to evil actions, with society thus requiring an objective moral order above man in order for good to flourish; liberalism and proletarism seeing man as perfectible, with the consequence that both hold that man can create a perfect society, a utopia, on earth) no real accord of substance can possibly be reached, although of course on specific issues both groups may agree. There is simply no common understanding from which a consensus could be reached.

    This brings me of course to the point that PADA's fatal flaw is that it bound itself within an ideological conception at its founding. This basically ensured that it could never hope to be a unifying force in the America's since any work on issues would inevitably be subsumed in promoting the organisations ideology, which itself would end up being defined by whoever ended up dominating the institution. The architects of PADA effectively made this departure of powers inevitable since they sowed the seeds of division and ideological discord at the very beginning. A division of course which will only be entrenched so long as protestants and liberals continue to attack moralism in the manner they have (namely attacking moralism because it emerged from Catholicism, protestants could easily accept moralism but they instead attack it for that reason, and liberals obviously feel the need to engage in the hypocrisy I previously mentioned because of the unashamedly religious dimension of moralism, which is what they secretly despise behind all the public words I suppose :p [particularly considering no latin american moralist state to date has suppressed opposition political groups, the only time a moralist state has intervened is when the liberals have seen the need to bring violence to the streets])
     
  4. Lord_Iggy

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    I think you too may have a somewhat rosy view- this year there were several cases of violence and suppressive behaviour being conducted by people of ostensibly moralist affiliations.

    Regarding the conflict between non-moralist and moralist, I suspect that any downturns in relations have had something to do with a general fear of explicitly religiously-motivated governance, when that religion holds views contrary to your own.
     
  5. ShadowNX

    ShadowNX Prince

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    Just a quick reply on why i decided to withdraw from PADA

    Venezuelan withdrawal from PADA

    Well to be honest I didn’t know that Venezuela was part of PADA, I only realized our membership during the last update. I actually don’t know anything about PADA and what it stands for. Since I have been in charge of Venezuela for about 2 turns now and don’t see any benefit from the organization and with the resent update showing that the Government/people don’t want to be part of PADA I decided to withdraw.

    Also since the people are all riled up over other decisions I made, by doing this I hope to off-set some of the anger and balance things out.
     
  6. theDright

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    I don't see how liberalism's foundation implies that man is perfectible, and thus utopia can be created. Liberalism in my mind removes the threat of government, on a whim, declaring that the conviction and practice of a opinion, religion, or trade is unlawful. It places most moral decisions in the private sphere, where they can exist free of the pressures placed upon them by worldly decisions. I see great cognitive dissonance between moralism's 'foundation' and it's practice. Acknowledging man is immoral, yet trying to create a worldly, moral utopia?

    Proletarism, on the other hand, seems to pursue worldly utopia, without mandating any religious doctrine. However, proletarism definitely does not equal liberalism.

    Protestants do not hate Moralism because it is a Catholic ideology, they oppose it because a moralist society (as indicated by everything I have read) would not allow freedom of religion and would be biased towards one specific group of the population. Also, Moralism seems to have a predilection for abandoning democratic governance as soon as possible, when it has been so successful in the the New World overall. Moralists, as a group, do not try to engage on practical issues of policy, never abandoning their goal of using extralegal and illegal methods to create their new order.

    The Chilean president repressed protests for representative government.
    The Nicaraguan president illegally disbanded the Congress and threw political opponents in jail.
    Political opposition =/= violence. Disenfranchised, unhappy people =/= violence.
     
  7. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    Liberalism/proletarism/etc are all materialist philosophies and thus are fundamentally incompatible with moralist doctrine. Why bother seeking atonement of the spirit when you are concerned with the lot of men in the here and now?

    Say what you will about Catholics but Jehoshua is right on the money. If you care about your second life then materialist philosophies are extravagant. For example:

    Why should this matter to anyone who seeks a closer relationship to God? It seems like advocating freedom of religion as an inviolable right is counterintuitive to a demographic group that literally believes people who think differently are fundamentally, irrevocably screwed. And moralists don't believe in a worldly utopia, they simply see this world as a vessel, a midway, a path-inbetween here and the next life. If this is your philosophy, then everything in this world that doesn't have to do with your spiritual well-being amounts to a waste of time. And that includes fussing about taxation and the rights to free assembly, let alone the plight of the workers compared to the capitalists. We are all judged in the end anyway, why bother? etc.

    edit: So why does Jehoshua's Pope bother with talking politics and writing lengthy essays on proletarism? Because - nominally, at least - the Pope is in the business of saving people. Now I don't go in for that God stuff myself but I can respect that Jehoshua plays the part well. Maybe he's aided in this by his steadfast Catholicism, but I don't care. He understands exactly what his role is and exactly why traditional institutions of religion are threatened by modern thinkers.
     
  8. Luckymoose

    Luckymoose The World is Mine

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    Also, be aware that Brazilian Moralism is a bit different from Papal Moralism. Democracy isn't going anywhere, and neither are the other freedoms (with the exception of alcoholism and drugs). In an ideal world, Moralists would have no threat from democracy, because it is what the people want. So, their rule would be everlasting by the will of the people. What people seem to forget is that some of these dictatorships that are Moralist are elected, not coup'd. And Uruguay has been a major democratic Moralist force.

    Moralism does not cater specifically to any group but instead nurtures the whole of civilization. This is a problem that is inherent in the liberalism of the world, where party politics and proletarism aim at specific sectors of society, shunning others. Moralism is an ideology for a much more religious world than our own. Even protestants and Muslims can see the benefits of Moralistic thought and practice in everyday government. It just so happens that Moralism has risen out of a majority Catholic world, but it is by no means exclusionary by nature.
     
  9. Jehoshua

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    It is liberalisms ontology, namely its fundamental view on the nature of man. (proceeds from certain enlightenment philosophers incidentally) It may not explcitly in its political doctrine call for some worldly utopia, but this utopian teleology is implicit nonetheless, xince it proposes that liberalism through the propagation of its principles and the democratic system would ensure peace if it became a universal system (democratic peace theory, you might like to read Francis Fukuyama's "end of history" thesis)

    Except that moralism does not propose some kind of moral utopia or perfect society. Rather moralism proposes that a right ordering of society, with reference to God and an objective moral order is necessary to restrain the evil tendencies inherent to human nature and ensure the common good for the society as a whole is more often upheld than it is not both spiritually (As Crezth noted) and also temporally. Moralism understands that perfection in this life is impossible, but they also hold that this does not mean men should not strive to better themselves while also working out their salvation in the next. Moralism is concerned not with economic principles, or the interests of a specific class, but rather with what is in the best interests of society as a whole through the lens of faith. Here I note, to refer to Iggy here where he questions whether I too have a too rosy picture, one must make the distinction between individuals and the philosophical system (or the state), so when I said the state had been relatively restrained, I make no claims on actions of individuals within the CI world.

    I did not say it equaled liberalism, I said it had an identical ontological foundation. They are two heads of the same philosophical beast, separate, but the same in nature.

    Going on from what Crezth said at any rate, moralism of course in those areas where it is primarily Catholic, does not see religious freedom as being an inviolate right precisely because error in Catholic thought has no intrinsic rights (indeed ideals can't really have rights). One could see then how democracy could be seen ambivalently depending on the context (say if proletarism was present in strength, or the liberal movement particularly disdainful of the democratic process) in any given nation by moralists who hold this idea, even though democracy is not fundamentally against moralism. Its more that Democracy is not taken as some absolute good as it is in liberalism. Protestants at any rate, along this conception of error having no rights, have no "right" to preach that which is erroneous to the moralist Catholic (as an aside I note that Catholicism does not teach that non-Catholics are all irrevokably damned, ergo invincible ignorance [not to be confused with the fallacy of the same name] and the mercy of God not to mention the fact one is only assured of salvation once one has passed their particular judgement, but it does teach that outside of the Church as the mystical body of Christ there is no salvation). Afterall men are held to have the right to the Truth! On the same token however, Catholicism does teach that the faith must be freely chosen, and that certain fundamental liberties exist that are God-given and inherent to human nature (ideas may not have rights, but human being do), amongst which is the liberty to choose God or to choose or not to do so according to ones free will. Thus moralist governments in Catholic lands where Catholicism is the foundational faith on which moralism stands (since moralist principles are not exclusively Catholic and can be grafted onto other religious foundations) on the whole have tolerated protestantism and protestants in respect of this ideal, even as they proclaim the Catholic faith as true and establish it as the bedrock of society. Thus it's only been the case (so far) that the Thackers of the world, who attack the Catholic faith and actively seek the destruction of the Catholic moralist way, that have invoked the real ire of the state, and thats not because they are protestant per se, but because the nature of what they are doing is subversive and seen as a direct attack on truth. Even in these cases though, the response has not been fanatical on the states part as we see with Thackers lenient treatment, although of course individual moralists can and have fallen into the error of fanaticism (mankind is afterall flawed), as we see in Argentina and Paraguay, and acted in ways contrary to Catholic teaching and the philosophies of moralism (although that is inflamed by the Argentine states actions towards the thacker incident methinks, its general attitude, and the general promotion of things Catholics see as immoral spewing out from Argentina like some miasma from the thames) even as the state itself has been less inclined to such passions.

    In short, these trends I think show that moralism as a philosophy tolerates on the whole those who disagree with it, but that it says to them that if they have nothing to contribute to its positive vision of society, then they shouldn't be so surprised when moralists ignore what they have to say or what they want and continue to go on their own way. Thus in a moralist state a liberal for example can believe in liberalism and be a member of a liberal party and participate in the political system, but when that same liberal party becomes obstructive and provides nothing positive, and only seeks to attack the legitimacy and basis of the licitly elected government, then a moralist government depending on the political situation would have no problem in doing as Nicaragua did in the interests of the greater good (while still allowing liberals to exist I note, the state thus far has not suppressed liberalism, merely bypassed their obstructionism) and ensuring that society can continue to move forward. On the same token then, moralism on the whole, where liberals respect the system and don't hypocritically attack elected moralist governemnts legitimacy and right to do as they do, and don't act obstructionisticially... then you see peaceful democracy (such as in Uruguay) and no contradiction between that system for choosing political leaders, and moralism.
     
  10. Terrance888

    Terrance888 Discord Reigns

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    lurker's comment: I find it amusing that certain people are leaving the PADA because (presumably/partially) their voices are not heard, but they never post about any issue except the fact that their voices are not heard.
     
  11. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    Communication is a two-way street, buddy boy.
     
  12. Lord_Iggy

    Lord_Iggy Tsesk'ihe

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    Speaking of which, I don't think you've ever bothered to post a comment in the PADA social group Crezth. Planning on leaving anytime soon? ;)
     
  13. Jehoshua

    Jehoshua Catholic

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    The United States has had a somewhat tense relationship with the concepts enshrined by PADA, AND it has an isolationist streak. So I suppose departure is not out of the question.
     
  14. Lord_Iggy

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    Mostly under the Wallace administration and Scottist dictatorship. The New Liberty Party seems to be pretty pro-PADA.
     
  15. Jehoshua

    Jehoshua Catholic

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    things can change, and one develops suspicions when one sees what was posted as Crezths "sign up" post for the USA. Namely this...

     
  16. Lord_Iggy

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    True. The OOC influence of Bioshock Infinite on both Crezth and EQ is hard to deny. ;)
     
  17. Grandkhan

    Grandkhan Telvanni Master Wizard

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    Why did Brazil leave PADA in the first place?
     
  18. Lord_Iggy

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    Portugal invaded Jamaica.

    Portugal was forced to sign the Treaty of Lisbon as punishment for invading a PADA member state.

    Portugal left before PADA sent forces to Jamaica, so they handed the island over to the UPRA. I'm still not sure how intentional this was, but Vinland now makes a tradition of leaving burning bags of dog poo outside the Portuguese embassy every few weeks*.

    Jamaica's legitimate government was replaced by a proletarist puppet state of the UPRA.

    Vinland and several other PADA nations aren't yet aware of how willing the new de facto Jamaican government is to cooperate. Thus, we attempt to diplomatically pressure the proletarists into holding elections.

    Brazil acts unilaterally and without consulting the rest of PADA, and invades Jamaica.

    Brazilian marines get thrashed by the massive UPRA army in Jamaica.

    PADA criticizes Brazil's rashness, attacking before any negotiations take place and thus poisoning the well for a peaceful solution. Hindsight would prove that a peaceful resolution is impossible, but that was not clear at the time.

    Brazil declares PADA to be prole-lovers, abruptly leaves the organization amidst much bad feelings.

    *Probably not true.
     
  19. Grandkhan

    Grandkhan Telvanni Master Wizard

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    I like the idea of UPRA marines sailing into Kingston harbour just as the Portuguese pull out and yelling 'yoink' as they steal an entire island right out from PADA's noses.

    Also, quick question to EQ: do you still have the stats from 1900 or earlier years? I was interested in seeing just how much the world has changed in terms of total economic power of various nations and things like that - I couldn't remember what Spain's total EP was in 1900, for example.
     
  20. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    Spoiler :

    Austria: TheLizardKing
    Absolute Monarchy: King Ferdinand II (Conservative)
    Capital: Vienna
    Manpower: 3,310 (+35)
    Economic Points: 4 (+258)
    Domestic Spending : -46 EP
    -Education: -36 (36)
    -Secret Police: -10
    Stability: 5
    Army: 125 Infantry Brigades, 25 Cavalry Brigades, 40 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890
    Navy: 11 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 8

    Brandenburg: <nuke>
    Absolute Monarchy: King Charles Frederick II (Moderate)
    Capital: Berlin
    Manpower: 3,680 (+24)
    Economic Points: 0 (+220)
    Domestic Spending : -54 EP
    -Education: -39 (39)
    -Secret Police: -15
    Stability: 9
    Army: 85 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 20 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890

    Brittany: Gem Hound
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Claude IV (Conservative)/ Gweithwyr Sosialaidd Cenedlaethol Llydaweg Blaid (Reactionary)
    Capital: Nantes
    Manpower: 600 (+7)
    Economic Points: 15 (+55)
    Domestic Spending : -10 EP
    -Education: -10 (7)
    Stability: 10
    Army: 45 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 7
    Army Doctrine: Confederate Army 1890
    Navy: 4 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 7

    Corsica
    Absolute Monarchy: King Pasquale (Conservative)
    Capital: Ajaccio
    Manpower: 60 (+1)
    Economic Points: 0 (+34)
    Domestic Spending : -3 EP
    -Education: -3 (1)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 10 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 2 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 5

    Denmark
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Christian IX (Liberal)/Free People's Party (Conservative)
    Capital: Copenhagen
    Manpower: 449 (+5)
    Economic Points: 0 (+108)
    Domestic Spending : -6 EP
    -Education: -5 (5)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 30 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: Confederate Army 1890
    Navy: 20 Early Destroyers, 8 Early Light Cruisers, 3 Early Heavy Cruisers, 5 Java-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 8
    Colonies: 48
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    Danish China: 35
    -Manpower: 170
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades, 2 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 7
    Danish Korea: 3
    -Manpower: 2
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 9
    Danish South Africa: 5
    -Manpower: 11
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Iceland and Greenland: 5
    -Manpower: 3
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 9


    Flanders: m.t. cicero
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Charles III/Social Republican Party (Liberal)
    Capital: Brussels
    Manpower: 900 (+10)
    Economic Points: 40 (+85)
    Domestic Spending : -15
    -Education: -15 (10)
    Stability: 9
    Army: 85 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 20 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Confederate Army 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 4
    City Clean Up: 5/50

    Franco-Burgundian Confederation: spryllino
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Joseph (Moderate)/Party of Order (Conservative)
    Capital: Paris
    Manpower: 5,590 (+61)
    Economic Points: 219 (+475)
    Domestic Spending : -61 EP
    -Education: -56 (56)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 373 Infantry Brigades, 25 Cavalry Brigades, 45 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 12
    Army Doctrine: Confederate Army 1890
    Navy: 15 Early Destroyers, 8 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers, 5 Java-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 7
    Colonies: 85
    Spoiler :

    Benin: 20
    -Manpower: 90
    -Garrison:3 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    French Central Africa: 15
    -Manpower: 40
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    French China: 45
    -Manpower: 245
    -Garrison: 30 Infantry Brigades, 10 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades, 3 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    -Stability: 7
    Maldives: 5
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    Stability: 10


    Genoa: erez87
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Victor/Traditionalist Party (Conservative)
    Capital: Genoa
    Manpower: 210 (+3)
    Economic Points: 13 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -6 EP
    -Education: -6 (3)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 25 Infantry Brigades, 6 Cavalry Brigades, 9 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Confederate Army 1890
    Navy: 4 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 6
    New University of Genoa: 6/40

    Hungary: SouthernKing
    Absolute Monarchy: King Louis V (Reactionary)
    Capital: Budapest
    Manpower: 3,032 (+37)
    Economic Points: 1 (+180)
    Domestic Spending : -55 EP
    -Education: -31 (31)
    -Secret Police: -24
    Stability: 3
    Army: 510 Infantry Brigades, 33 Cavalry Brigades, 80 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 7
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890
    Navy: 6 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 7

    Milan
    Absolute Monarchy: King Giovanni II (Conservative)
    Capital: Milano
    Manpower: 560 (+6)
    Economic Points: 0 (+48)
    Domestic Spending : -7 EP
    -Education: -6 (6)
    Stability: 4
    Army: 35 Infantry Brigades, 7 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890

    Naples: Nailix
    Absolute Monarchy: King Ferdinand II (Conservative)
    Capital: Naples
    Manpower: 1,700 (+19)
    Economic Points: 5 (+90)
    Domestic Spending : -18 EP
    -Education: -18 (18)
    -Secret Police: -5
    Stability: 6
    Army: 180 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 35 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 7
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 9 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 5

    Netherlands: Zelet Dude
    Republic: People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (Liberal)
    Capital: Amsterdam
    Manpower: 911 (+10)
    Economic Points: 3 (+205)
    Domestic Spending : -10 EP
    -Education: -10 (10)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 32 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 10
    Army Doctrine: Dutch Republican Army 1890
    Navy: 31 Early Destroyers, 13 Early Light Cruisers, 7 Early Heavy Cruisers, 10 Java-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 13
    Colonies: 135
    Spoiler :

    Ceylon: 15
    -Manpower: 30
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 1 Artillery Brigade, 5 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers
    -Stability: 7
    Dutch China: 30
    -Manpower: 205
    -Garrison: 14 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades, 2 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 7
    Dutch East Indies: 65
    -Manpower: 125
    -Garrison: 8 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers, 2 Java-class Battleships
    -Stability: 8
    Dutch Kongo: 10
    -Manpower: 15
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Dutch West Africa: 3
    -Manpower: 10
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Dutch West Indies: 5
    -Manpower: 3
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 9
    Kenya: 5
    -Manpower: 20
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    Indian Ocean Islands: 2
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 3 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 10


    Occitania:
    Absolute Monarchy: King Louis III (Moderate)
    Capital: Toulouse
    Manpower: 1,350 (+16)
    Economic Points: 1 (+75)
    Domestic Spending : -14 EP
    -Education: -14 (14)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 190 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 25 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 9
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 2 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 3

    Papal States
    Theocracy: Pope Leo XIV (Reactionary)
    Capital: Rome
    Manpower: 1,700 (+20)
    Economic Points: 0 (+70)
    Domestic Spending : -25 EP
    -Education: -10 (18)
    -Inquisition: -15
    Stability: 6
    Army: 210 Infantry Brigades, 20 Cavalry Brigades, 40 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 7
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 5 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 5
    St. Leo's Cathedral: 40/100

    Poland: Double A
    Absolute Monarchy: King August IV (Reactionary)
    Capital: Krakow
    Manpower: 1,710 (+21)
    Economic Points: 0 (+305)
    Domestic Spending : -31 EP
    -Education: -21 (21)
    -Secret Police: -10
    Stability: 7
    Army: 280 Infantry Brigades, 30 Cavalry Brigades, 60 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 12
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890
    Navy: 7 Early Submarines, 10 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers, 5 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 5

    Pomerania
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Harold/National Conservative Party (Conservative)
    Capital: Stettin
    Manpower: 260 (+3)
    Economic Points: 0 (+45)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (3)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 20 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 5

    Portugal
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Pedro VI (Conservative)/Centrist Party (Moderate)
    Capital: Lisbon
    Manpower: 900 (+10)
    Economic Points: 60 (+65)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (10)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 40 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 12 Early Destroyers, 5 Early Light Cruisers, 4 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 6
    Colonies: 30
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    Mozambique: 10
    -Manpower: 15
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    New Zealand: 5
    -Manpower: 20
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Portuguese China: 10
    -Manpower: 90
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 7
    Timor: 5
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 9


    Roman Empire: Bestshot9
    Absolute Monarchy: Imperator John XII (Conservative)
    Capital: Constantinople
    Manpower: 4,619 (+51)
    Economic Points: 41 (+180)
    Domestic Spending : -47 EP
    -Education: -47 (47)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 450 Infantry Brigades, 20 Cavalry Brigades, 50 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 9
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 20 Early Destroyers, 10 Early Light Cruisers, 6 Early Heavy Cruisers, 4 Christine-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 8

    Russia: TheLastJacobite
    Absolute Monarchy: Emperor Ivan (Conservative)
    Capital: Moscow
    Manpower: 15,059 (+161)
    Economic Points: 35 (+390)
    Domestic Spending : -105 EP
    -Education: -75 (151)
    -Secret Police: -30
    Stability: 7
    Army: 870 Infantry Brigades, 60 Cavalry Brigades, 90 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 12
    Army Doctrine: Russian Imperial Army 1890
    Navy: 5 Early Submarines, 24 Early Destroyers, 8 Early Light Cruisers, 3 Early Heavy Cruisers, 1 Christine-class Battleship
    Navy Quality: 5

    Sardinia: Agent 89
    Absolute Monarchy: King Matteo (Moderate)
    Capital: Cagliari
    Manpower: 429 (+5)
    Economic Points: 15 (+112)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (5)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 40 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 7 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 25 Early Destroyers, 7 Early Light Cruisers, 6 Early Heavy Cruisers, 3 Hercules-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 10
    Colonies: 25
    Spoiler :

    Tunis: 25
    -Manpower: 30
    -Garrison: 5 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7


    Scandinavia: Lord of Elves
    Constitutional Monarchy: Emperor Harold II (Liberal)/Liberal Party
    Capital: Stockholm
    Manpower: 1,160 (+14)
    Economic Points: 0 (+368)
    Domestic Spending : -12 EP
    -Education: -12 (12)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 111 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 25 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 11
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 36 Early Destroyers, 15 Early Light Cruisers, 10 Early Heavy Cruisers, 15 Christine-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 11
    Colonies: 108
    Spoiler :

    Scandinavian China: 30
    -Manpower: 150
    -Garrison: 4 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades, 4 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Light Cruiser
    -Stability: 7
    Scandinavian East Africa: 35
    -Manpower: 45
    -Garrison: 10 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    Scandinavian India: 25
    -Manpower: 60
    -Garrison: 5 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades, 3 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 7
    Scandinavian Kongo: 10
    -Manpower: 25
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Scandinavian Korea: 3
    -Manpower: 1
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 7
    Scandinavian West Africa: 5
    -Manpower: 15
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 8


    Serbia
    Absolute Monarchy: King Stephan III (Conservative)
    Capital: Belgrade
    Manpower: 300 (+4)
    Economic Points: 25 (+45)
    Domestic Spending : -10 EP
    -Education: -4 (4)
    -Secret Police: -6
    Stability: 6
    Army: 40 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Polish Army 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Light Cruiser, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 5

    Spain: Milarqui
    Constitutional Monarchy: Emperor Philip IX (Conservative)/Unión Liberal Española (Liberal)
    Capital: Madrid
    Manpower: 2,960 (+35)
    Economic Points: 20 (+615)
    Domestic Spending : -50 EP
    -Education: -50 (30)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 290 Infantry Brigades, 25 Cavalry Brigades, 35 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 11
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 40 Early Destroyers, 20 Early Light Cruisers, 15 Early Heavy Cruisers, 22 Hercules-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 11
    Colonies: 325
    Spoiler :

    Caribbean Islands: 55
    -Manpower: 85
    -Garrison: 8 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades, 6 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers
    -Stability: 6
    Eastern Pacific Islands: 5
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 1 Artillery Brigade, 1 Early Light Cruiser
    -Stability: 8
    Egypt: 35
    -Manpower: 40
    -Garrison: 11 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades, 4 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 6
    Holy Land: 20
    -Manpower: 25
    -Garrison: 5 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 5
    Madagascar: 5
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Malta and Sicily: 10
    -Manpower: 25
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 4
    Nueva Leon: 35
    -Manpower: 190
    -Garrison: 10 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Philippines: 30
    -Manpower: 40
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 2 Artillery Brigades, 6 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    -Stability: 6
    South Atlantic Islands: 5
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 10
    Spanish China: 45
    -Manpower: 310
    -Garrison: 10 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    Spanish India: 80
    -Manpower: 240
    -Garrison: 20 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Spanish North Africa: 25
    -Manpower: 190
    -Garrison: 8 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Spanish South Africa: 10
    -Manpower: 30
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 1 Artillery Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Spanish West Africa: 5
    -Manpower: 20
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Western Pacific Islands: 5
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 9

    Guinea To Cairo Railway: 10/500

    Tuscany
    Absolute Monarchy: King Ferdinand (Conservative)
    Capital: Florence
    Manpower: 277 (+3)
    Economic Points: 0 (+25)
    Domestic Spending : -10 EP
    -Education: -5 (3)
    -Secret Police: -5
    Stability: 4
    Army: 26 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 2 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 4

    United Kingdom of Great Britain: Crezth
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Richard IV (Moderate)/Conservative Party
    Capital: London
    Manpower: 5,930 (+63)
    Economic Points: 20 (+510)
    Domestic Spending : -90 EP
    -Education: -60 (60)
    -Imperial Intelligence Agency: -30
    Stability: 8
    Army: 260 Infantry Brigades, 20 Cavalry Brigades, 40 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 9
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 50 Early Destroyers, 20 Early Light Cruisers, 15 Early Heavy Cruisers, 28 Summit-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 12
    Colonies: 190
    Spoiler :

    Australia: 15
    -Manpower: 30
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 1 Artillery Brigade, 4 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 8
    British Central Africa: 5
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    British China: 50
    -Manpower: 540
    -Garrison: 15 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 5 Artillery Brigades, 8 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    -Stability: 7
    British Pacific Islands: 5
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 2 Infantry Brigades
    -Stability: 9
    British South Africa: 15
    -Manpower: 75
    -Garrison: 5 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades, 2 Early Destroyers
    -Stability: 7
    British West Africa: 15
    -Manpower: 25
    -Garrison: 3 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    British West Indies: 3
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Early Destroyer
    -Stability: 9
    Brunei: 10
    -Manpower: 10
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade, 1 Cavalry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Indochina: 70
    -Manpower: 260
    -Garrison: 20 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Prince Edward Island: 2
    -Manpower: 10
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 9



    The Americas

    Spoiler :

    Argentina: theDright
    Republic: Democratic Party (Liberal)
    Capital: Buenos Aires
    Manpower: 1,379 (+15)
    Economic Points: 14 (+70)
    Domestic Spending : -25 EP
    -Education: -20 (14)
    -Mining Subsidies: -5
    Stability: 8
    Army: 56 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 10 Early Destroyers, 4 Early Light Cruisers, 3 Early Heavy Cruisers, 2 Resiliência-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 8
    Polytechnic, Agricultural, and Mechanical Education: 5/50
    Expanded National Military Academies: 5/30

    Brazil: Luckymoose
    Constitutional Monarchy: Empress Isabel/Partido da Ordem (Liberal)
    Capital: Rio de Janeiro
    Manpower: 3,570 (+37)
    Economic Points: 0 (+112)
    Domestic Spending : -36 EP
    -Education: -36 (36)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 70 Infantry Brigades, 10 Cavalry Brigades, 20 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 1 Early Submarine, 30 Early Destroyers, 13 Early Light Cruisers, 5 Early Heavy Cruisers, 8 Resiliência-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 12

    Chile
    Presidential Dictatorship: Andreas Santos (Conservative)
    Capital: Santiago
    Manpower: 683 (+7)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (7)
    Stability: 5
    Army: 31 Infantry Brigades, 6 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: United States Army 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 4

    Colombia
    Republic: Party of Order (Moderate)
    Capital: Bogota
    Manpower: 627 (+7)
    Economic Points: 0 (+35)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (7)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 38 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 4 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Light Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 4

    Ecuador
    Presidential Dictatorship: Felix Martinez (Conservative)
    Capital: Quito
    Manpower: 224 (+3)
    Economic Points: 1 (+35)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (3)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 22 Infantry Brigades, 6 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 5

    Jamaica
    Republic: Democratic Party (Liberal)
    Capital: Kingston
    Manpower: 40 (+1)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -1 EP
    -Education: -1 (1)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 7 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 2 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 6 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 6

    Mayan Republic
    Republic: Democratic Party (Conservative)
    Capital: Belize
    Manpower: 474 (+5)
    Economic Points: 1 (+50)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (5)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 45 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 2 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 4

    New Spain: Grandkhan
    Republic: Partido Conservador Centralista (Conservative)
    Capital: Managua
    Manpower: 537 (+6)
    Economic Points: 0 (+60)
    Domestic Spending : -6 EP
    -Education: -6 (6)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 48 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 15 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 4 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 3

    Paraguay
    Republic: Social Democratic Party (Liberal)
    Capital: Asunción
    Manpower: 130 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0 (+40)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (2)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 15 Infantry Brigades, 1 Cavalry Brigade, 4 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    National University System: 35/100

    Peru: MusicLord
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Juan (Conservative)/Liberal Party
    Capital: Lima
    Manpower: 860 (+9)
    Economic Points: 5 (+70)
    Domestic Spending : -9 EP
    -Education: -9 (9)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 60 Infantry Brigades, 8 Cavalry Brigades, 12 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 15 Early Destroyers, 4 Early Light Cruisers, 3 Early Heavy Cruisers, 3 Hercules-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 7

    United States of America: Circuit
    Presidential Dictatorship: Curtis Wareing (Conservative)
    Capital: Washington D.C.
    Manpower: 8,950 (+92)
    Economic Points: 1 (+365)
    Domestic Spending : -90 EP
    -Education: -90 (90)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 157 Infantry Brigades, 22 Cavalry Brigades, 23 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 11
    Army Doctrine: United States Army 1890
    Navy: 17 Early Submarines, 45 Early Destroyers, 19 Early Light Cruisers, 12 Early Heavy Cruisers, 15 Virginia-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 11
    Colonies: 15
    Spoiler :

    Alaska: 5
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Panama: 10
    -Manpower: 0
    -Garrison: 39 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 4 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 6

    Construction of Panama Canal: 260/1,250

    Uruguay
    Republic: Party of Order (Liberal)
    Capital: Montevideo
    Manpower: 285 (+3)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (3)
    Stability: 9
    Army: 15 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigade, 3 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 5 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 6
    Montevideo Elevated Railway System: 25/100

    Venezuela
    Republic: National Liberal Party (Liberal)
    Capital: Caracas
    Manpower: 496 (+5)
    Economic Points: 1 (+50)
    Domestic Spending : -5 EP
    -Education: -5 (6)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 33 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: United States Army 1890
    Navy: 7 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 6

    Vinland: Lord Iggy
    Constitutional Monarchy: King Ingvar (Conservative)/Party of Order (Moderate)
    Capital: New Stockholm
    Manpower: 1,534 (+16)
    Economic Points: 0 (+80)
    Domestic Spending : -16 EP
    -Education: -16 (16)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 76 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 15 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 8
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 8 Early Destroyers, 4 Early Light Cruisers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 6


    Africa/Middle East

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    Arabian Empire: Justo
    Absolute Monarchy: Emperor Matta (Conservative)
    Capital: Baghdad
    Manpower: 1,365 (+16)
    Economic Points: 9 (+75)
    Domestic Spending : -14 EP
    -Education: -14 (14)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 105 Infantry Brigades, 20 Cavalry Brigades, 30 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 7
    Army Doctrine: Ejército Imperial Español 1890
    Navy: 1 Early Submarine, 12 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers, 4 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 6

    Azerbaijan
    Absolute Monarchy: King Samad (Conservative)
    Capital: Baku
    Manpower: 206 (+3)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -2 EP
    -Education: -2 (3)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 31 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890

    Cizre Bohtan
    Absolute Monarchy: Sultan Badr Beg II (Conservative)
    Capital: Cizre
    Manpower: 277 (+3)
    Economic Points: 2 (+35)
    Domestic Spending : -3 EP
    -Education: -3 (3)
    Stability: 6
    Army: 38 Infantry Brigades, 7 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890

    Georgia
    Absolute Monarchy: King George XIV (Conservative)
    Capital: Tiflis
    Manpower: 375 (+4)
    Economic Points: 1 (+45)
    Domestic Spending : -4 EP
    -Education: -4 (4)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 45 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 4 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 4

    Oman
    Absolute Monarchy: Abdul bin Sultan (Conservative)
    Capital: Muscat
    Manpower: 135 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -2 EP
    -Education: -2 (2)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 10 Infantry Brigades, 7 Cavalry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 8 Early Destroyers, 1 Early Light Cruiser, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 4

    Persia: TerrisH
    Absolute Monarchy: Nadir al-din (Conservative)
    Capital: Tehran
    Manpower: 1,404 (+16)
    Economic Points: 5 (+85)
    Domestic Spending : -30 EP
    -Education: -15 (15)
    -Secret Police: -15
    Stability: 7
    Army: 150 Infantry Brigades, 20 Cavalry Brigades, 31 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 9
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
    Navy: 8 Early Destroyers, 3 Early Light Cruisers, 2 Early Heavy Cruisers
    Navy Quality: 4

    Turkey
    Absolute Monarchy: Sultan Ahmed (Conservative)
    Capital: Konya
    Manpower: 400 (+4)
    Economic Points: 0 (+30)
    Domestic Spending : -4 EP
    -Education: -4 (5)
    Stability: 5
    Army: 30 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 6
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 3 Early Destroyers, 2 Early Light Cruisers, 1 Early Heavy Cruiser
    Navy Quality: 3

    Yemen
    Absolute Monarchy: Sultan Abdul Rashid (Conservative)
    Capital: Sana'a
    Manpower: 162 (+2)
    Economic Points: 0 (+25)
    Domestic Spending : -1 EP
    -Education: -1 (2)
    Stability: 7
    Army: 13 Infantry Brigades, 3 Cavalry Brigades, 2 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 5
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Scandinavian Army 1890
    Navy: 2 Early Destroyers
    Navy Quality: 2


    Far East

    Spoiler :

    China:
    Absolute Monarchy: King Sun Xiang (Reactionary)
    Capital: Lanzhou
    Manpower: 3,057 (+36)
    Economic Points: 0 (+65)
    Domestic Spending : -10 EP
    -Education: -10 (32)
    Stability: 4
    Army: 270 Infantry Brigades, 30 Cavalry Brigades, 23 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 4
    Army Doctrine: Russian Imperial Army 1890

    Japan: Quisani
    Absolute Monarchy: Emperor Meiji (Conservative)
    Capital: Kyoto
    Manpower: 6,700 (+70)
    Economic Points: 50 (+290)
    Domestic Spending : -71 EP
    -Education: -71 (71)
    Stability: 8
    Army: 140 Infantry Brigades, 15 Cavalry Brigades, 35 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 11
    Army Doctrine: Imperial Japanese Army 1890
    Navy: 35 Early Destroyers, 12 Early Light Cruisers, 5 Early Heavy Cruisers, 10 Yamato-class Battleships
    Navy Quality: 11
    Colonies: 70
    Spoiler :

    Alaska: 2
    -Manpower: 5
    -Garrison: 1 Infantry Brigade
    -Stability: 8
    Korea: 33
    -Manpower: 250
    -Garrison: 20 Infantry Brigades, 4 Cavalry Brigades, 6 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 7
    Manchuria: 25
    -Manpower: 90
    -Garrison: 29 Infantry Brigades, 10 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 8
    Siberia: 10
    -Manpower: 25
    -Garrison: 20 Infantry Brigades, 5 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    -Stability: 9

    Manchurian and Korean Modernization Project: 19/500

    Tibet
    Theocracy: Dalai Lama XI (Conservative)
    Capital: Lhasa
    Manpower: 650 (+7)
    Economic Points: 3 (+20)
    Domestic Spending : -17 EP
    -Education: -7 (7)
    -Religious Financing: -10
    Stability: 9
    Army: 40 Infantry Brigades, 2 Cavalry Brigades, 8 Artillery Brigades
    Army Quality: 4
    Army Doctrine: British Royal Army 1890
     

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