Another quality map. Nicely laid out and well-connected. My primary observation is a matter of personal preference, but when a map has quick-travel territories (the mountains and seas here) with negative bonuses, I typically want there to be some superbonuses, as well. As it is, the bonus next door is worth as much as a bonus far away, meaning I am unlikely to expand as quickly. Alternatively, the negative bonuses could be much larger to significantly penalize those who want to take shortcuts.
Nice map, interesting connections and different kinds of bonuses. I appreciate the work that went into this.
Even on a 27 inch 2560x1440 monitor, bonuses and army counts were hard to read; I put off playing the map for weeks, and when I did play I almost quit after a few turns because it's a pain resizing or not being able to see (basically the only two choices I could see). It'd be great if you could make things bigger, especially the text and army counts. Here are a few suggestions to create more verrtical space (up-down seems to be the more limited dimension in this map): (1) Move the red title from the top to the left; (2) move territories that are near the top and bottom to use less vertical space while keeping the same connections, making space to scale the entire map size up a little; (3) with whatever size you do end up with, arrange for the bonuses and army count text sizes to appear larger than they do now.