The Siberian People’s Republic is a nationalist state in Siberia. Its population, 43 million, is spread out with its largest concentrations on its Pacific coast, and is a primary export power. The country is dependent on its exports of oil to Japan, China and Korea and struggles to maintain neutrality between the three competing powers.
After the PiS victories in the late 2020s, Poland continued to teeter on the edge of autocracy before a smashing victory from the progressive New Polish Path Coalition kicked them out of power. From then on, Poland began to expand into other ventures, with a sprawling internet economy and huge amounts of capital flooding into Poland. Internet companies, game companies, their primary servers today? In Poland.
Poland is dynamically Westernised, with its politics largely centrist; left-leaning NPPC and right-leaning parties swinging around the balance of power as they want. Poland is also a Full Democracy with some of the most relative respects of personal freedom in the world. The country's 48 million in population is largely a result of a 2030s baby boom and a massive immigration influx from its neighbours.