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How civilizations are doing in real world now

Discussion in 'Civ5 - General Discussions' started by PrideDefiler, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. PrideDefiler

    PrideDefiler Chieftain

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    I wouldn't know where to begin :)

    Maybe someone else can.



    Yep, now the US is hoping that Japan increase its military budget and help them to contain China. Oh, how times change...

    But it's nonetheless offensive to China, Korea, Russia and other Southeast Asian countries who remember Pacific war and Japanese war crimes there :D


    I'm not at all strong at math :p
     
  2. SammyKhalifa

    SammyKhalifa Deity

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  3. Gori the Grey

    Gori the Grey The Poster

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    In Civ III, one's score was tracked on a histogram that looked very much like that.
     
  4. Guandao

    Guandao Rajah of Minyue and Langkasuka

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    How will you represent Iroquois, Shoshone, Maya, and Inca?
    Guatemala can be the Maya, and Peru the Inca, I guess

    Will like to see you do Indonesia, and Siam.
     
  5. otaman1

    otaman1 Prince

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    I'm guessing the reservations?
     
  6. Moai_Spammer

    Moai_Spammer Nihilandros

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    shoshone can be the republic of texas:)p)?
     
  7. otaman1

    otaman1 Prince

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    No. There's no Republic of Texas. This is 2013 mate, not 1845
     
  8. Moai_Spammer

    Moai_Spammer Nihilandros

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    how do you know somebody didn't seriously screw up all of the calendars :lol:
     
  9. otaman1

    otaman1 Prince

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    Ask God.
     
  10. Moai_Spammer

    Moai_Spammer Nihilandros

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    anyhoo, with the spam over and done

    which IRL civ do you guys think is closest to victory?
     
  11. otaman1

    otaman1 Prince

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    Cultural: France
    Diplomatic: US
    Domination: US
    Science: US or China
    Time: Everyone. The map won't change much by the year 2050 (okay, maybe it will, if somebody decides to conquer the world)
     
  12. PhilBowles

    PhilBowles Deity

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    It may be, but frankly it's an out of date policy and an out of date concern. Japan was historically a highly militaristic society, but as you pointed out it now ranks below every other regional power in its military strength. Its two most likely adversaries have nuclear weapons, and so long as Japan doesn't renounce nuclear non-proliferation the balance of power is not going to shift in Japan's favour - nor is China the semi-medieval agrarian society with an underdeveloped military that it was in the 1930s.

    As for the restriction, we don't restrict France from declaring war despite the fact that it doesn't have a history of playing nice with its European rivals. Somehow this hasn't resulted in a wave of French aggression towards the neighbouring powers to settle old grudges.
     
  13. PhilBowles

    PhilBowles Deity

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    I don't know why there's a Maya=Guatemala fixation around here - the Maya occurred throughout the Yucatan Peninsula; most of their territory was in modern Mexico, but encompassed the entirety of Guatemala and Belize (Guatemala may claim Belize, but as far as the international community's concerned it's an independent country) as well and extending into Honduras.

    The way cultural victory's defined in BNW, America is certainly leading culturally - despite the name it doesn't reflect literal tourism. It's cultural influence on the rest of the world.
     
  14. PrideDefiler

    PrideDefiler Chieftain

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    Russia was a challenge as there were so many inconsistent data :(

    Economic aid data was very difficult to find, and many trade figures and GDP figures were wildly different from each other :rolleyes:

    Anyway, here it is...





    Russia in Civilization V

    Russian Federation [Российская Федерация] (Russia)

    Capital :c5capital:
    Moscow

    Population :c5citizen:
    143,400,000 (9th)

    Land :c5moves:
    17,098,242 km2 (1st)



    Economy

    GDP :c5gold:
    PPP: $2.512 trillion (6th)
    Nominal: $2.021 trillion (8th)


    GDP per capita
    PPP: $17,709 (55th)
    Nominal: $14,247 (47th)


    Agriculture :c5food:
    4.4% of GDP

    Manufacturing :c5production:
    37.6% GDP

    Trade :c5trade:
    Exports: $529.6 billion (8th)
    Imports: $334.7 billion (14th)
    Balance: $194.9 billion

    Public debt :c5citystate:
    $221 billion
    11% of GDP

    Foreign reserves
    $561.1 billion

    Economic aid
    $1.0 billion recipient
    $0.47 billion donor


    Military

    Firepower :c5war:
    Global firepower index: 0.2678 (2nd)

    Military expenditure :c5strength:
    PPP: $116 billion (4th)
    Nominal: $90.7 billion (3rd)
    4.4% of GDP​



    Society

    Human Development Index :c5happy:
    0.788 (55th) high

    Income Inequality :c5angry:
    Gini Index: 41.7 high

    Democracy Index :c5goldenage:
    3.74 (122nd) Authoritarian regime

    Research & Developments spending :c5science:
    $23.8 billion (PPP) (10th)
    1.0% of GDP (PPP)

    Religion :c5faith:
    Russian Orthodoxy: 41%
    No Religion: 25%
    Atheism: 13%
    Islam: 6.5%
    Undecided: 5.5%
    Unaffiliated Christianity: 4.1%
    Other Religions: 1.7%
    Other Orthodoxy: 1.5%
    Neopaganism and Tengrism: 1.2%
    Tibetan Buddhism: 0.5%

    *No Religion - Spiritual but not religious
    *Atheism -Atheist and not religious



    * % of GDP numbers may vary as each figures are from different years between 2010-2012


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  15. digrosz

    digrosz Dirty Frank

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    Russian Orthodoxy: 41%. Oh what a surprise...
     
  16. Camikaze

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    Moderator Action: The effort put in by the OP is appreciated, but please steer clear of discussion that has absolutely nothing to do with civilization, this being a Civ forum after all. We do have an off-topic forum and a world history forum available for that sort of discussion. This thread can remain here and open so long as the discussion maintains a relationship to Civ5 (e.g. not a discussion about Japan's constitution and politics).
     
  17. True_Candyman

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    Surely the Aztec, Inca, Maya, Iroquois and Shoshone should all be conquered? Since they have been and all. Byzantium too really.

    The rest you could argue are continuities or had a sufficient portion of their population survive in order to say they have been liberated. :goodjob:

    That sounds awesome! The real thing is not... An attempt at quantifying history without using quantifiable data. It might as well say "Hoo i liek bestest" at the top. Ah history in the 30's...
     
  18. Irkalla

    Irkalla ENTP POWWWEEEEEER

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    Atheism is a willful choice not to believe in gods. No religion just means that people in general aren't religious.


    EDIT: Wow this thread had 4 pages, kill me.
     
  19. pozz

    pozz Warlord

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    Denmark should be fairly easy to make, same with Sweden and the Netherlands as well.

    When you're done, could you maybe spam the forum with a 2nd thread, just to collect them all at as little space possible, maybe even alphabetically for easy access :D?

    Just because you're not doing enough as it is atm !!!! :p
     
  20. Ptftw

    Ptftw Chieftain

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    @newarkinvaders

    How a mod warns you for feeling offended after such a short sighted post by someone who basicly says most of the people who dont believe are a bunch of immoral, murdering idiots is beyond me. And he even got away with it...

    I felt the same as you after reading that post. If anything, he should have been warned for offending a butt load of people...


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