"Communities" is a different concept entirely.
Open is where anyone can edit it provided they follow the rules. DD is like this.
"Collaborative" is where more than one person is involved, but it is not open to anyone.
Responses for last few months....
Ivo Josipović was president of Croatia in the 1990s otl. Not the 19th century.
Nuclear reactors being hit doesn't make things worse, really - the fireball itself destroys a lot of it. And its the USSR - a lot of it is empty.
Otto would indeed be a strong advocate of the Alpine state. Totally fits in with his otl European political activities. And yes, he'd have fled to the Alps.
Israel and Syria are allied with the two sides. Jordan is functionally a US ally as well, along with the Saudis.
In this era, Iraq is considered a friend by both sides. Thus, untouched.
There really isn't the concept of "annulment" in the Orthodox Church. They do, however, allow for divorce. So... no net problem, other than it not being recognized in the West.
All right, enough of this.
Daxus, quit being an ass. Spartian, quit egging him.
Joe Biden in Delmarva, Jamie Reed in western Cleveland, David Wilshire in the Celtic Alliance, and Charlie Dimmock in Southern England. Rest all dead from DD, barring the Iraqi, who dies by 1985.
...That makes no sense.
Vastly overstate farm animal deaths.
...You vastly overstate the region and the position of the minority groups. Moreover, fallout from strikes hit the area pretty bad. Imagine that Soviet forces went rouge in the area too. Not pretty.
Contact and trade, sure. But advancing very far, or unifying... not so much.
...With an option for another term, as the list VERY clearly indicates.
Yeah, I'd bet on the Soviets starting it at some point after 1942.
Potentially, yes. There has been talk of the Outer Lands, Plymouth, Delmarva, and Bermuda.
Marginally, yes, They'll stop when they have borders with Pasco and Astoria.