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  • ...time, CIS included 12 of the 15 former Soviet Republics. The three Baltic states – [[Estonia]], [[Latvia]], and [[Lithuania]] – had decided not to join ...a full-fledged free trade zone or economic union between the participating states, to have been launched in 2005. It has also promoted cooperation on democr
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Commonwealth of Independent States]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Commonwealth of Independent States]]
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  • ...lude>Island east of the Caribbean, an independent state within the British Commonwealth, whose principal source of income is tourism.
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}} {{r|Confederate States of America}}
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  • ...h of Nations|British Commonwealth]], with the British sovereign as head of state and a bicameral parliament overseeing the islands affairs.
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  • - [[Amendments to the United States Constitution]] - - [[Commonwealth of Independent States]] - -
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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  • ===Member states=== {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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  • ...uman rights]], although there are divergences in the interpretation of the Commonwealth's aims in that respect. ...ance to Queen Elizabeth, but do recognise her formal status as Head of the Commonwealth.
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}} {{r|Newly Independent States}}
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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  • ...[head of state]] as member states of the [[Commonwealth of Nations|British Commonwealth]]. A Dominion does not need to have the word included in its official name. Here is a list of the Dominions that informally established the British Commonwealth at the 1926 [[Imperial Conference]], and had their status confirmed under t
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  • ...nia''' began with the settlement of the geographic region now known as the Commonwealth of Virginia in the U.S. thousands of years ago by Native Americans. Permane ...ades of sectional hostility in 1861 West Virginia broke away as a separate state.
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  • ..., and in 1962 Trinidad and Tobago became an independent state within the [[Commonwealth of Nations]]. The country adopted a republican constitution in 1976. The ca
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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  • ===Protected States and Protectorates=== ...a properly organised internal government and Britain controlled only the state's external affairs, and
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  • {{r|Commonwealth of Independent States}}
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