World War 3Edit
After the warEdit
It was bad in the 1962-64 weather break down and many people died as a result of it. The mountain ice and permafrost was badly affected and swamps began to freeze, then grow as an ice lake, thaw, swell into a water lake, dry up, re-fill, freeze over and return to normalcy, but all out of sync' with nature's rhythm. A minor cholera outbreak and famine hit the yet to be nation in 1963 and 1964, killing a few more people.
The Caucasus Mountain States had all discovered each other by early 1963. Stavropol, Anapa, Sochi and the Democratic Adygea Republic all found each other by mid 1964. They found the Caucasus Mountain States in mid 1965.
It was revealed in late 2014, by government sources that 12,000 died on all sides in the 1992-1996 Chechen/Ingush/Ossetian conflict crisis.
Al Qaeda in IraqEdit
The Syrian government has been fighting Al Qaeda in Iraq since the may of 2010.
The Republic of Alaniya, Syria, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Democratic Republic of Kurdistan, Republic of Central Iraq, Democratic Republic of Kurdistan and Republic of South Iraq all have signed an alliance as of May 1st 2014 on uniting against the Al Qaeda in Iraq after Central Iraq narrowly won the week long battle of Nippur 3 days earlier.
- Premier Olga Tanya Oborski.
- Deputy premier Aslan Konsantinov.
Authoritarian capitalist republic.
- Mozdok - 35,000
- Beslan - 35,000
- Vladikavkaz - 335,000
- Tskhinvali - 65,000
- Ardon - 15,000
- Alagir - 15,000
- Digora - 15,000
Ossetian, Ingush, Balkar, Kakass, Kabardayian, Abaza, Cherkess, Karachay, Nogai, Georgian and Russian.
Orthodox Christianity, Ætsæg Din ("Right Faith", Paganism), Sunni Islam and Spiritualism.
Ossetian, Ingush, Chechen, Kalmyuk, Balkar, Kakass, Kabardayian, Abaza, Cherkess, Karachay, Arminian, Nogai, Georgian and Russian.
Subsistence farming and subsistence mountain farming. Bartar.
The nation's highest point is Mount Kazbek (5,033 m (16,512 ft)).
The Caucasus Mountain States have several bilateral treaties, of a close nature with each other. They were once part of the South Caucasian Federation (1965-1991), but it dissolved in 1991. The 1996 Treaty of Beslan brought both a free trade deal and an uneasy peace to the region.
Thyroid and lung cancer is still a major problem, but became much lower since 1979.