Bye the way, for those of you who know your history, the 20th century saw the disestablishment of several centuries-old monarchies around the world :
- The Chinese Monarchy
- The Korean Monarchy
- The Russian Monarchy
- The Germain Monarchy
- The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
- The Egyptian Monarchy
- The Persian Monarchy
- The Italian Monarchy
- The Indian Monarchy
I'm assuming that this century will see the end of several other monarchies around the world. So far, Nepal's own monarchy faced a unfortunately bloody end. If any monarchies discontinue within the next 100 years, which ones do you think it will most likely be?
I think if the USA slowly declines as a world power, leaving China to fill its shows and Fusion power along with other renewable sources cuts down humanity's dependance on those who run industries based around fossil fuels such as the Saudi Dynasty. This could mean that if the Saudis faces a shortage of oil and the United States government gradually looses the ability to back them, along with growing democratic power in the region because of the Arab Spring This will be a factor that will pressure the Dynasty to leave power.
Apparently, The heir apparent to the Thai throne is a very unpopular man with the Thai public because he is little more than an egotistical playboy who the people greatly do not want to be represented by. If he does not change his ways once he enters the throne, Thailand's populace may be only able to withstand it for so long and boot him out, leaving the options of letting either his daughter take the throne or put an end to the monarchy entirely.
Edited by Guyverman1990, 21 May 2012 - 09:59 AM.