The break-up of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, in 1991, was one of the most consequential events of the late 20th Century. 30 year after it happened, many conflicts and secessionist regimes still exist. Since its establishment in 1922, the USSR had officialy been a multi-national state, where every nation had its own national territory, in the form of republics (15), autonomous republics (20), autonomous regions (8), and autonomous districts (10). While the republics were directly affiliated with the Federation, the other national territories were each affiliated with one of the republics. The implosion of the USSR central power left 15 independent republics, as well as many unresolved internal conflicts. This map show the state of current affairs, with the post-soviet independent countries and the conflicts that followed the break-up.