Disestablished – December 5, 1920. Republic of Uhtua. The Republic of Uhtua (or the Republic of East ...
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Several of these should have been made with borders -- they had borders on the original page. The white-on-white color scheme doesn't make for easy visualization of the flags. Squamate
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Croatian community, later Croatian republic of Herzeg-Bosnia was never adopted law about break up relationships with Bosnia and Herzegovina. It wasn’t adopted its statute. In all aspects Herzeg-Bosnia was respecting suvereignty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. hr:Suradnik:Mostarac —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 15:02, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
Does anyone have a good source for Lado being de facto independent for those dates? Was it ever de facto independent at all? I can't find any information on it. Even the Lado District article doesn't seem to mention any period of independence. I'm going to remove the entry for now, and if someone finds any reliable information on this, they can re-add it with a citation or something. Orange Tuesday (talk) 15:11, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
There doesn't seem to be any criteria for this list. It's a hodge-podge of genuinely unrecognized states, proposed states, states which didn't claim independence, states which didn't achieve independence, and states which weren't unrecognized once they did. There needs to be some kind of specific set of guidelines stated at the beginning of this article, preferably one that's closely linked to the ten canonical modern unrecognized states. I've tried to clean it up a fair deal, but I still have some concerns about the list. For one thing, can we really say that states from the eighteenth century were unrecognized in the same way as modern Abkhazia etc. are? Today we have the United Nations and diplomatic relations are much more developed. Including states like Vermont on this list strikes me as being a bit anachronistic. Orange Tuesday (talk) 00:36, 2 September 2008 (UTC) I've reworked the introduction to conform with that in List of unrecognized countries. Orange Tuesday makes a goo...
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It was unrecognized by Mexico. Any reason why it shouldn't be here? Ladril (talk) 23:52, 23 April 2009 (UTC) 1. Looked into the situation (via here: Treaties of Velasco) & see no reason why not. I'll add it in, unless someone thinks otherwise. That-Vela-Fella (talk) 01:19, 24 April 2009 (UTC) 1.1. Even if Velasco had been ratified, the Republic was unrecognized by Mexico for a time, as can be witnessed since Santa Anna invaded Texas only a few days after the Declaration of Independence. See Convention of 1836. Anyway, thanks for adding. Ladril (talk) 17:14, 24 April 2009 (UTC) 1.1.1. The Republic of Texas was recognized by the US, UK, France, Belgium, and the Dutch. True, not by Mexico, but they were recognized and retained de facto control over their territory. (True, they were invaded twice by Mexico after the Battle of San Jacinto, but Mexico soon retreated, and never occupied or controlled Texas.) See DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS at the Handbook of Texas. Tucker...
Hey, Tuva was a recognised state! Read documents!=)--Andrijko Z. (talk) 15:05, 17 June 2009 (UTC) What documents? Got sources/links? That-Vela-Fella (talk) 02:04, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
Strait from its Wikipedia article. I hope no one finds its addition controversial. The parts of northern and eastern Sri Lanka which were formerly under the control of the LTTE were run as a de facto state with its own government in these areas. The Tamil Tigers also established a military wing with land combat force, naval force (the Sea Tigers), air wing which they called "Tamil Eelam Air Force", In addition, the LTTE had run a judicial system complete with local, supreme and high courts. The US state department alleged that the judges had very little standards or training and acted as agents to LTTE; it also accused the LTTE of forcing Tamils under their control to accept their judicial system. Furthermore, within areas controlled by the LTTE the Tigers performed state functions including the operation of a civil Police Force, Human Rights organizations, offices for the coordination of humanitarian assistance board, health boards and education boards. It also ran a Bank (Bank of...
Anyone got any objections to switching to "states" instead of "countries" for the page title? The term "country" has no legal meaning in this context, and "states" would reflect the bold text in the introduction. It would also mirror the titles of other lists of the same kind. Night w (talk) 21:33, 15 May 2010 (UTC)
List of historical unrecognized states and dependencies These lists of states or governments ...NamePeriodTodayNotesGoshen1882Now part of South AfricaA Boer Republic which merged w ...United States of Stellaland1883Now part of South AfricaA Boer republic which created ...Nieuwe Republiek1884Now part of South AfricaCreated on August 16 of 1884 w ...Mahdist State1885–1889Now part of SudanIslamic state established duri ...
An unrecognized state may be: A state currently not recognized by one given state (but possibly by others), see List of states with limited recognition. A proclaimed state currently not recognized by any other state, without de facto control over its claimed territory, see. Lists of active separatist movements.
רשימת מצבים ותלות היסטוריים שאפשר מוכרים - List of historical unrecognized states and dependencies קפיצה לניווט קפיצה לחיפוש מאמר ברשימת ויקיפדיה
Historic unrecognized or partially recognized states with de facto control over their territory Europe. Banat Republic (proclaimed in 1918). Now part of Romania, Serbia, and Hungary. Baranya-Baja Republic (proclaimed in 1921). Now part of Hungary and Croatia. Carpatho-Ukraine . Now part of Ukraine.
List of historical unrecognized states and dependencies These lists of historical unrecognized or partially recognized states or governments give an overview of extinct geopolitical entities that wished to be recognized as sovereign states, but did not enjoy worldwide diplomatic recognition.
Historic unrecognized or partially recognized states with de facto control over their ...NamePeriodNotesNotesSwellendam Republic of Swellen ...1795A republic declared in revolt ...A republic declared in revolt ...Graaff-Reinet Graaff-Reinet1795Formed in rebellion to Dutch E ...Formed in rebellion to Dutch E ...Griqualand West Griqualand Wes ...1813Enjoyed de facto independence ...Enjoyed de facto independence ...Potchefstroom Potchefstroom Re ...1830A republic that existed only f ...
List providing an overview of sovereign states around the world, with information on their status and recognition of their sovereignty. The 206 listed states can be divided into three categories based on membership within the United Nations System: 193 member states, two observer states and 11 other states.
The list includes sovereign states and self-governing dependent territories based upon the ISO standard ISO 3166-1. The list also includes unrecognized but de facto independent countries. The figures in the following table are based on areas including internal bodies of water such as bays, lakes, reservoirs and rivers.