Russia, China and allies are winning at first, but tactical mistakes (notably the failed Russian invasion of Brazil) cost them the war. In the war's aftermath, Pakistan demands occupation of much of central asia. Due to Pakistan's important role in the defeats of India and China, the west agrees to accommodate these demands. They later regret this however, as Pakistan emerges as a world power rivaling the west with its own new allies and satellite states.
The Day The World Ended - WW3 Simulation FutureMoneyTrends.com, a top trends research newsletter, has released a World War 3 simulation video, "The Day The World Ended." The purpose of this simulation is to show people just how fast things could get ugly if we go to war with Iran. During the simulation, oil prices spike to $130 per barrel, but by the end of the day are trading for $405. Gold and silver become unavailable as the world floods into safety as oil prices force a systemic economic collapse. Riots, civil unrest, and drastic government action are taken during the start of this war. FutureMoneyTrends.com helps many investors strategically look at how future trends and scenarios will help or hurt their portfolio. This simulation is not an exact prediction, however FutureMoneyTrends.com does believe events could unfold quickly if Iran responds striking at the heart of the world's petroleum market. Much in the press is about Iran and Israel, but military planners and pundits should take note that Iran is also enemies with Saudi Arabia and they know that the U.S. cannot survive without oil. Though 90% of U.S. oil imports come from areas not in the middle east, prices are set on a global market, so crisis in the middle east will be a direct crisis for the U.S. economy. During the FutureMoneyTrends.com war simulation, Iran strikes Saudi oil fields in response to Israel striking Iranian nuclear sites. Once this happens, to put it nicely, all hell breaks loose.