PRISHTINA - The Kosova leading news agency Koha wrote about the existence of a futuristic political map of Europe, made by a group of geopolitical and geostrategic experts, based on analyses of respectable and prestigious intelligence and special research institutions and analyzers, such as the CIA, GRU, Zbignew Brzezinski, famed political scientist Samuel Huntington and other reliable sources, a KS Reporter informs.
According to this map a series of new political, state and territorial divisions will shake Europe in the next 20 years.
On the Balkans, the map provides the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina between Croatia and Serbia, and integration by year 2035 of all Albanian ethnic lands into a single state through unification of Albania with Kosovo, parts of Macedonia, southern Serbia, Montenegro and northern Greece.
The rest of the analysis forecasted the following geopolitical changes:
The territorial changes will start in British isles, where Scotland will declare independence after referendum in year 2013. That will give the impetus for unification of Ireland.
Basque and Catalonian states will declare Independence from Spain taking also a part of French territory.
The collapse of multiculturalism will start in France. Unable to assimilate various former colonial ethnicity of different colors, it will have to resort to their deportation. High concentration is Islamic groups will pave a way for a rise of Islamic Arabic state in southern France. Lorraine on federal basis will join Germany.
Belgium will finally divide and the Flemish will enter in union with the Netherlands.
Business savvy northern Italians will become fed up feeding their southern brethren, which will lead to division of Italy. Poor southern Italy will be unable to retain integrity and Sicily and Sardinia will declare independence from it.
Bosnia will be divided between Croatia and Serbia. Albania unites with Kosova and part of Macedonia creating Great Albania.
Sad fate awaits Poland. It will have to give up Silesia, Pomerania and Prussia after rounds of new agreements between Berlin and Moscow. Moscow also will not able to retain Kaliningrad region and will transfer it back to Germany.
Belarus will disappear as a state and become province of Russia. Russia will also snatch eastern parts of Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine (also including southern Ukraine and Crimea). Large changes will undergo in Caucasus, because Russia unlikely will be able to keep Chechnia and Dagestan. A new borders will be drawn with Stalinist methods possibly along Terek river cutting densely populated mountain regions away from Russia.