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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about Paradox Interactive games and of the company proper. Some franchises of note: Stellaris, Cities: Skylines, Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron, Pillars of Eternity, Victoria and Magicka.
Specifically, geopolitics is focused on the relationship between politics and territory. Through geopolitics we attempt to analyze and predict the actions and decisions of nations, or other forms of political power, by means of their geographical characteristics and location in the world. In a broader sense, geopolitics studies the general relations between countries on a global scale. Here we analyse local events in terms of the bigger, global picture.
Crusader Kings II is an historical grand strategy video game for PC and Mac published by Paradox Interactive. Engage in courtly intrigue, dynastic struggles, and holy warfare in mediæval Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, and India. Can you achieve fame and fortune for your noble family, or will your names be forgotten to history?
Forum dedicated to the discussion of Dan Carlin's Hardcore History and Common Sense. Run by a disgruntled ex-mod of /r/DanCarlin, unhappy with untransparent moderating. Tags: King of Kings, Blueprint for Armageddon, Wrath of the Khans, Punic Nightmares, Ghosts of the Ostfront, Death throes of the Republic, Prophets of Doom, WW1.
Wiggly mouse-drawn comics where balls represent different countries. They poke fun at national stereotypes and the "international drama" of their diplomatic relations. Polandball combines history, geography, Engrish, and an inferiority complex.
For everything to do with the Roman Kingdom, Republic and the Empire up until the fall of the Western Empire. Feel free to post about Roman architecture, military history, art, archaeological finds and anything else that has links to ancient Rome.
/r/ColorizedHistory is dedicated to high quality colorizations of historical black and white images, and discussions of a historical nature. We're currently not seeking new contributors, but if you have any specific subjects or commissions, please message the mods.