1915 has 1 ottoman factory that belong to the enemy.
it also does not save unplaced units, and does not alert the player not to overbuild.
I find that SBR to be very profitable in this map, especially by the Soviets against the Allies. The only counter is not to use the big factories, especially London or Japan. This means you must rely on smaller factories or farway factories. This means you have a lot of PU which you could invest in Nuclear bombers. This becomes a visicous cycle where both sides just bomb each other and produce little troops.
And what happens to air intercept? This is 1965.
You guys are getting like off topic. My main question of why cannot paratroops during non combat is a serious question. Nato will get kicked out of mainland Europe, its a matter of time. It is frustrating that i cannot use the factory in Britain to para troops over during non-combat.
To make the situation worse for NATO, Russia and Arab League have unlimited expansion space into neutral territories. I suggest that:
-China AI just act as neutral towards Russia (more appropraite to call it Soviet Union) or Russia can just eat up China slowly
-India as a seperate faction hostile to everyone but start with lots of stationary troops
-Arab League as an independent faction hostile to all