The German Empire is the strongest country in the world and the leader of Mitteleuropa, the alliance and economic union with several Eastern European nations. Within this union, the following states depend on Germany:
The Russian Republic is a constitutional democracy located in Eurasia, stretching from the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean and ruled by socialists and liberals.
The Italian Federation is a federation of non-syndicalist Italian states, headed by Pope Pius XI.
The Kingdom of Spain is a sovereign state largely located on the Iberian Peninsula with colonies in northern Morocco and the African east coast.
The Azerbaijan Democratic Republic is small Caucasian state which rose out of the ruins of the Russian Empire. It is a technocratic dictatorship which is increasingly becoming the battleground of both foreign corporate and national interests.
The Pashaluk of Armenia is the remnant of the short-lived Transcaucasian Federation, and is now under the authority of the Ottomans.
The Portuguese Republic is a minor country which borders Spain in Iberia. The country is ruled under an authoritarian system, based on nationalist and Catholic values with corporatism as an economic model.
The Republic of Ireland is a small Island nation off of the coast of the Union of Britain. The President, Michael Collins, having ruled for more than ten years, and riding on a wave of unbeatable public support, has now effectively became dictator of the nation.
The Kingdom of the Netherlands is a neutral country, although they do have economic ties with Germany, and political ties to French syndicalists.
The Kingdom of Denmark is a welfare state that was patterned after the example of Sweden and has one of the highest standards of living in the world. They have remained primarily neutral during all major conflicts thus far.
The Socialist Republic of Georgia is characterized by strong state power, regulation, and intervention. All real power is in the hands of the Supreme Economic Council, which is in turn increasingly controlled by the Chairman, Lavrentiy Beria, who is eager to integrate more regions into the Caucasian Socialist State.
The Kingdom of Sweden is a constitutional monarchy under King Gustav V. Sweden was humiliated by not being able to capture the Åland islands during the Finnish Civil War, due to German intervention. Swedish politics are now dominated by the question of the country's continued neutrality.
The Kingdom of Norway is a nation which bases it's core beliefs on the nordic ideal of neutrality. Though the country is now largely split between the far-right and far-left, both sides refuse outside intervention or help to their causes.
The Kingdom of Finland is governed by a highly authoritarian right-wing government under King Fredrik I. The King has significant power compared to other monarchs in the nearby regions. After a civil war with Bolshevik sympathizers and then a war with Sweden over the Åland islands, the government only grows further right-wing.
The Kingdom of Poland is ruled by a regency council, being unable to decide whether to have an Austrian Hapsburg, German Hohenzollern, or something entirely different instead.
The Republic of Switzerland is a liberal parliamentary republic, with a federal council of seven members each acting as head of state. Switzerland struggles to remain neutral, with the French speaking syndicalists and German speaking monarchists constantly at eachothers' throats in the streets.
The Tsardom of Bulgaria is a parliamentary monarchy with the popular Tsar Boris III as head of state. The country is widely known as the hegemon of the Balkans.
The Freistaat Mittelafrika is a German-administered African puppet state of the German Empire
The French Republic, or National France, is what remains of the French Third Republic and their colonial possessions who fled to Algeirs during the French Civil War. National France's politics is dominated by the idea of a reconquest of the homeland.