In Geneva, Switzerland, one of the few peaceful and non-warlord states, UN watches the world. Having become a peacekeeping mediator organization between fractured and hostile warlord states, UN has many reports on different nations and the warlord states that exist on their territory. Here is the Mexican UN Report. With this information, hopefully we can restore order in Mexico and unite it. However, the division seems to be permanent, just like in every other state.
* Mexican Empire: A powerful northern remnant that consists of OTL states of Chihuahua, Coaquila, Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potose, parts of Sonora and other states. Founded by a rogue military general, known in history as Miguel I, who refused to support the Trotskyists or the weak Republicans, Mexican Empire was at first plagued with cartels, poverty and communist insurgency, which Miguel I dealt with by creating a brutal dictatorship that properly punished criminals and distributed wealth between citizens. This system continued under Miguel I's successors, Simon I, Alejandro I and Miguel II, and only recently, at the beginning of Alejandro II's reign, has mellowed out. The current emperor is Francisco I, a conservative emperor who nonetheless seeks to maintain Imperial democracy and military prowess, and has been discussing the building of a great wall with his ministers.
* Free Republic of Sonora: A nation best described as a neo-filibuster state, Sonora is run by its President, the position of which has been perpetually held by explorer and company manager Wallace Campbell and his sons. A pariah state, it is despised for its very anglocentric racial hierarchy, general racism, numerous human rights abuses and support of terrorist attacks against neighboring Pacific States of America, Empire of Texas and Mexican Empire.
* Revolutionary People's Republic of Mexico: A socialist state which controla Sinaloa and Nayarit, it follows the doctrine of socialist philosopher Leon Trotsky. Although initially a pariah state which seeked to spread the revolution throughout all of America, it has instituted market reforms under Premier Leonora Demara and has been at peace with most states in Mexico.
* United States of Mexico: A state which controls the center of Mexico, the new USM was founded and first ruled by general Francisco Luciano, and was a corrupt authoritarian republic completely subservient to Luciano and his Union Party. After Luciano's death, USM's presidents were weak and unpopular puppets while oligarchs and criminal leaders hijacked the Union Party and the Senate, making it laughable when compared to its rival, Mexican Empire. However, it has become a truly democratic republic, and the new President, Juanito Alvarez, promises peace, liberty and prosperity.
* Socialist Republic of Mexico: A southern remnant which controls Guerrero and Oaxaca, it is a socialist republic. Initially controlled by a junta which subscribed to Stalinism and Marxism-Leninism, with the death of the junta and the first Chairman Eduardo Cabella, it came to be ruled by several strongmen. While it had some market reforms, there were still fewer than in Sinaloa, and SRM remains a quite poor, stagnant, conservative state which has recently began to use tourism to help its economy.
* Syndicalist Union of Veracruz and Tabasco: A state which controls Veracruz and Tabasco, it is technically not a state. First founded by the Anarchists under military leader Benito Sanchez, it was an union of workers' syndicates and provinces which were "ruled" by managers, who answered to the Overseer, de facto leader of the country. The first Overseer was Benito Sanchez, and the current one, Tulio Jorge, is widely considered to be an "orthodox" syndicalist.
* Republic of Yucatan: A state dominated by the descendants of Mayans. Having rebelled against Mexican oppression in 1910s, Yucatan was a humble, democratic state that allowed genuine opposition against the ruling Democratic Party. However, it was weak and mostly agrarian compared to other states in Mexico, and when Mexican Empire, Veracruz and SRM invaded it, it fell in a decade-long civil war that led to the rise of general Juan Carlos Zipango and the "Yucatan First" junta, propped up by SRM. When Zipango died, he was replaced by Miguel Malacco, Zipango's former lieutenant and Minister of Culture, who supported the Mexican Empire, greatly angering the socialists and citizens who supported Zipango. Malacco barely won out the following civil war, which led to an occupation for several decades by Imperial forces. Only under Miguel II the occupation was discontinued, and Yucatan was briefly ruled by the moderate, yet still authoritarian Samuel Franco, who eventually got Yucatan to a sustainable state and allowed a multi-party democracy. However, Yucatan is still largely poor, and considered an Imperial puppet by neighboring states, in spite of its neutrality.
* Zapatist Republic of Chiapas: The youngest state among the Mexican warlord states, Chiapas was once part of SRM and, at one point, Yucatan. However, a group of people in Chiapas was disgusted by SRM's hypocrisy and oppression. Forming a "Neo-Zapatist" ideology and attributing its origins to legendary military leader Emiliano Zapata, this organization, led by charismatic Samuel Marcos, spoke for direct democracy, agrarian reforms and absolute liberty. Despite directing nearly all their resources to defeat Marcos, the Neo-Zapatista won and formed their own country. Nowadays Chiapas is poor, considerably isolated and is a hub for criminals and terrorists, which Marcos and his forces are trying to root out.