In central Europe everyone has a favorite map - the time when their tribe ruled. In the post-war era (post WWII) the United Nations era - we have tried to preserve all existing borders. The odds of today's borders being unchanging are quite low. In the past twenty years we have seen East German dissolve, Czechs and Slovaks split, Yugoslavia is no more. There will be a Ukraine but I wouldn't put money on its staying intact. And we haven't heard the last of Carpathia. - gwc
22 Maps That Explain The Centuries-Long Conflict In Ukraine:
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