This is just me doodling stuff about how large Tzarist Russia could get with a Napoleanic victory. Napoleon is a little less ambitious maybe, or is more succesful against Britain or what have you. Basically, France and Russia are left as the only really European powers (the French invaded Britain around 1820), and engage in a series of devastating wars throughout the 19th century (Germany is the real loser). In response, Russia slowly expands across much of Eurasia to stop French ambitions (France tries to take Egypt again, the Russians start backing up the Ottomans; France tries to take India, the Russians move in their to).
I also chose to have *Russia be more democratic then in our timeline, with a more powerful Duma. Eventually the government becomes quite complicated after repeated uprising and calls for more self governance, with several areas being almost independent countries (like *Finland).
What's weird is that as I was researching this, I learned that some of the things on the map are not as blatantly implausible as they might appear. The Russian Empire did in fact send ships to Hawai'i, which never got anywhere, and considering their ambitions for Iran in our timeline I feel like them getting more involved in a British-less India is not totally implausible.
The map shows an era of uneasy peace, with the French Empire having succumbed to a Socialist revolution, and Russia increasingly focused on trying to hold it's ridiculously large domain together.
I envision this as sort of related to the map of a very odd USA I posted earlier.