What countries should not exist?

What countries should not exist?

This list will get your adventure juices flowing…

  • Greenland. In 2009 Queen Margrethe II of Denmark travelled to Greenland to give it self-rule.
  • Somaliland.
  • Barotseland.
  • Transnistria.
  • Moskitia.
  • Isle of Man.
  • Lakotah.
  • Tibet.

What if world was one country?

A global nation would mean a global currency, which would mean a reduction of the economic power of developed countries like China. To elect them, there would probably need to be one vote from every former country, but campaigning for the position might still be similar to what we see in today’s elections.

Should Israel exist as a country?

Its part of our world and God made it. Israel is its own and should be left alone and accepted for what they are and not being judged on everything we see or hear. Israel, or the State of Israel, should exist as a country in the Middle East.

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Do Palestinians have a right to exist?

Get the facts straight, There was never a Palestinian state. It was owned by the Turkish Empire and then by Great Britain. The UN offered a partition plan and the Arabs were not happy and declined. Israel has every right to exist, to defend itself against acts of terror, just like any other country does as well.

What are some examples of countries that have gained independence?

– Texas: The Republic of Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836 and existed as an independent country until annexation to the United States in 1845. – Tibet: A kingdom established in the 7th century, Tibet was invaded by China in 1950 and has since been known as the Xizang Autonomous Region of China.

What countries were part of the United Kingdom before Great Britain?

Scotland, Wales, and England. Despite recent advances in autonomy, part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, both Scotland and Wales were independent nations that eventually merged with England to form the United Kingdom.

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