George Owell's 2010
It's now 26 years after 1984, and the Inner Parties struggle with various problematic issues. The increase in stormy weather, rising temperatures and melting icecaps has come to the notice of people in positions of power, and they are Not Pleased to say the least about the correlation between CO2 production and rising temperatures that the State's small number of weather scientists have suggested. Due to backward computer tech, the modeling is still primitive, and many in the Inner Party prefer to think it's a natural phenomenon. AIDS is becoming a major health problem, but the Party is reluctant to announce a major failure and thus is pushing pro-condom propaganda hard without telling people exactly why, and increasing state violence against the "promiscuous." People seem to be increasingly skilled at hacking the state spy-camera system to conceal their activities, and the inhabitants of the "disputed areas" seem to be increasingly turning to bizarre, apocalyptic religion in their efforts to resist their exploitation by the three super-states. Increasingly savage and genocidal violence is needed to terrorize the population into obedience: indoctrination becomes difficult when a territory switches hands every few years.
Of course, the switching of territory is accomplished in a far less violent manner than the public perceives: the mass of poorly armed, poorly trained conscripts are usually sent to fight other equally shoddy mass armies in economically unimportant areas, such as the area which was briefly Israel, or New Guinea, or coastal Tanzania. Whether they win or lose is unimportant: survivors, win or lose, will be gladdened to hear that their sacrifices played a vital role in the capture of such-and-such. Meanwhile, important areas, such as oil wells, important mines, high-productivity agricultural zones, etc., are seized by specialized, highly trained forces consisting entirely of Inner Party members - local Inner Party members are always withdrawn in time before they arrive. A few massacres of Proles and Outer Party members will make for some good propaganda footage.
Who gets what is negotiated between the three blocks at the very top levels: if one side gets too greedy, the other two join forces to apply pressure. The resource pie, although individual slices frequently change hands, cannot be allowed to be monopolized too long by one side.
OTOH, there is some discussion ongoing about some sort of permanent carve-up: after all, there is no reason for anything to actually change hands at all: wars and massacres can still be carried out, and the borders will flow on TV news maps, but most of the territory will actually remain under the control of one state or another, providing the stability needed to properly break and indoctrinate the local population into obedience (and if that doesn't work, their efficient extermination and replacement with fast-breeding Proles and Outer Party members).
Such ideas have not gone anywhere so far, partly due to the difficulty in divvying up the Middle East's oil, and also due to EastAsian doubts: the poorest power in resources,  and also somewhat more backward than the other two, EastAsia has always felt a bit insecure, and often feels it's getting shortchanged on territory whenever it's on the "winning" side. Since the war is no more than a Party method for maintaining control, it does not strictly require the existence of more than two sides, or even sides at all: the EastAsian leadership may be generally in accord with the Oceanians and the Eurasians, but in those dark moments of the night, they wonder, can they really trust those foreign devils?
As Inner Party heads argue among themselves as to how and if to deal with Aids and global warming, life goes on in the three super-states. Electronic monitoring tech is currently running up the limits of the world's computing tech - with no large computer industry, the specialized data-processing techs working in secret labs in Brazil, Transylvania (some Eurasian Party Bosses had a sense of humor) and Laos have only managed to develop mainframe computer tech up to mid- 80's level, and networking is by necessity primitive: the sort of mass data processing that 2009 computers can handle is beyond them, and there is so much information coming in with a tele-screen in every room for Outer Party members and a camera on every corner for the Proles that government spies are drowning in it.
The attempt to replace the old systems of language with an official "purified" language making dissent literally unthinkable isn't working too well: people, it turns out, will adapt language to meet their needs, and combinations of Newspeak words are being used to express things which should theoretically not be possible. This is particularly bad among the Proles in Eurasia, which seem to be developing a largely incomprehensible pidgin using elements of old Russian, New "scientific" Russian, and pre-existing languages. (The East Asians, which are predominantly Chinese, have given up the whole thing as a bad job, although the old-type ideographs have been eliminated to prevent people from getting any ideas from surviving old books).
Oil is reserved for the military and the private planes of Inner Party members who need to get somewhere in a hurry: coal and nuclear power run what industry there is, and public transport is electric. (Only Inner Party members have private cars, and these generally run on hydrogen-cell batteries). Peak oil is therefore still some ways away, and is a problem some way down the Inner Parties' to-do list.
Although all three states are theoretically post-racial as well as post-religious, the Chinese dominate in EastAsia, and English-speakers and Russians are somewhat "more equal than others" in Oceania and Eurasia respectively. (There are a fair number of American , Caribbean and South African blacks in the Oceanian Inner Party, though, along with a large Hispanic and Brazilian contingent).
Technology, aside from "applied Psychology", some aspects of drug (mind-altering) research, and some aspects of military engineering, is at least a generation behind OTL, and falling further behind every year. (There are some medical fields where they aren't as backwards: transplants, for instance, have benefited from a great many involuntary donors and not-always-voluntary receivers.)
The Eurasians have been working on the use of drugs to keep the population properly subdued: there have been successes with experiments on Prole populations, and some failures (the inhabitants of New Warsaw didn't react well to the notion that they were being poisoned, and after the army was called in the re-writing of history went into high gear for some months).
Military research, in spite of the fakeness of the war, continues: the Chinese are not the only ones who occasionally have doubts about their partners. Atomic-powered Floating Fortresses (think the unholy offspring of a giant aircraft carrier and the battleship Yamato, with nuclear subs attached like remoras on a shark) cruise the ocean endlessly, armored choppers bristling with death crisscross the skies of conquered territories, satellites peer, radio transmissions are intercepted and decoded, and occasionally Inner Party members in war zones just
Said Inner party, whichever the super-state, grows increasingly corrupt: a boot in the human face, forever, may be pleasure enough for some people, but others would also like a bigger apartment. And some decent chocolate. And how about some silk pajamas? Not to mention that none of the super-states was _founded_ by people possessed by some abstract notion as Power For It's Own Sake forever - actual people, unlike political caricatures, have more complex motivations: and so do the Inner Party leaders. Although pursuit of power for it's own sake is the main reason why things go on as they do nowadays (plus the fear of being strung on lamp posts if the general population knew what was going on), even Inner Party members are capable of feeling that the whole thing is really rather silly, and, well, shoddy, a pathetic existence of masturbatory brutality in which nobody in the Inner Party actually achieves anything of real value except maintaining things as they are. (This in turn feeds the corruption: after all, the Inner Party polices its own ranks, too, and the risks in trying to seriously change policy are so lethal that Inner Party members tend to "cultivate their own gardens" rather than try to conspire.)
This in turn brings us to EastAsia, where the standard rule-by-committee has been eroded by the powerful new Chairman: he's no Stalin (the Inner Party is too savvy to the uses and abuses of power to allow anyone to reach that level of control) but he _has_ managed to edge enough of the sociopaths and self-satisfied sadists away from the important levers of power and place enough of his own men in the Central Committee that he is in a position to get some serious changes made. And he has three major ideas:
1. Given expansion of higher education and the redirection of the proles to more productive labor, the pace of scientific and technological development could be substantially accelerated.
2. As mentioned before, there is really no need for there to be three sides rather than two, given party control over all information: indeed, there is no need for an actual other side at all.
3. Half or more of the Proles and the Outer Party are quite entirely expendable.
Of course, as he reassures his comrades in the Central Committee, this is purely a theoretical discussion, a study exercise - I mean, it's not like the mostly European Eurasians, or the mostly European-descended Oceanians, would ever join forces to destroy the peoples of East Asia they demonized for centuries! It is to laugh - no, Comrade Jien?
 No, Orwell, you dope: continental East Asia is _not_ really fully supplied with the raw materials of modern industry.