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United States of America
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Motto: "E Pluribus Unum"
Anthem: "The Star-Spangled Banner"
Political Information
Capital: Washington, DC
Government: Federal presidential
constitutional republic
President Victoria Greene (2110)
Vice President Peter Hayes (2110)
Legislature: United States Congress
Upper House Senate
Lower House House of
Representatives
Judiciary: Supreme Court
of the United States
Established: July 4, 1776
(334 years ago)
Currency: United States Dollar ($) (USD)
Cultural Information
Largest City: New York, NY
Population: 629 million (2110)
Change +300.3 million (2060)
National Language: English
Regional Languages: Spanish, French
Religion:
  • 59.4% Christianity
  • 7.4% Islam
  • 4.2% Jewish
  • 4.9% Other
  • 24.1% Irreligious

The United States of America, commonly known as the United States, America, or simply The USA, is a nation comprised of 88 states and multiple territories across Earth, Luna, and Mars. The core of the United States consists of a vast part of the North American continent. The capital is Washington DC, with the largest city by population being New York City, just to the northeast of the capital and the largest part of the BosWash Megalopolis that the two cities are apart of. With a population of 629 million people, the country is the fourth most populous nation on Earth, about 16 million less than the European Federal Union and 84 million more than the Union of Mashriq Republics. 77 of the country's 88 states are contiguous and located in North America, ranging from the states of Alaska and Yukon in the northwest near the arctic circle, all the way down to the states of Guatemala and Honduras in tropic Central America. The remaining 11 non-contiguous states vary in location from the frozen island of Greenland, to the sunny archipelago of Hawaii, to the tropical states in the Caribbean like Cuba and Puerto Rico.

History

1776-2000

The United States was founded after the Thirteen Colonies of Britain declared independence in 1776. The United States fought the American Revolution in order to secure their independence. The war lasted 7 years, ending in 1783 with the defeat of the British forces in America and the cementation of nationhood for the United States.

The United States adopted a policy of Manifest Destiny, a policy that helped expand the United States westward. This policy dominated history and politics of the United States and caused many significant events, such as the First Mexican-American War and the Louisiana Purchase. The idea of Manifest Destiny until the late 19th century, and is typically seen to end with the Spanish-American War in 1898.

In the 1860s, the United States fractured and the American Civil War began. The war was mainly caused by the dispute over chattel slavery, which was dominant in the southern United States before the war, due to the demand for labor on cotton farms. The Civil War had vast impacts for the future of the United States, one being that the United States became a very centralized nation, instead of the looser confederation it was before the war.

During the early 1900s, the United States became involved in the First World War on the European front. This set the stage for the United States to become a world power. During the Second World War, the United States displayed its full military potential after the Japanese Empire bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The United States became the one of the two superpowers after WWII, the other being the Soviet Union.

The period during the late 20th century of conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States is referred to the First Cold War, and lasted between 1945 and 1991. Multiple events took place between the First Cold War that were directly influenced by both superpowers, with the most important being the First Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Second Spanish Revolution, the Yugoslavian Revolution, and the Reunification of Germany. The First Cold War was marked with advances in multiple fields, with the two largest being the fields of Nuclear technology and Space exploration. A prominent part of the First Cold War was the Space Race between 1957 and 1975. The Space Race started with the launch of Sputnik-1 by Roscosmos, the Soviet space program. The launch of Sputnik-1 caused the creation of NASA, the American space program. The Space Race caused multiple firsts in spaceflight, such as the first man in space, the first space station, and the first interplanetary probe. The crowning achievement of the Space Race was the Apollo program, which landed 27 men on Luna between 1969 and 1974. The First Cold War would end with the Reunification of Germany in 1989 and the fall of the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact in 1991.

21st Century

By the end of the 20th century, the United States had become cemented as the dominant world power among the 5 or so which existed at the turn of the century. For the start of the 21st century, the United States stood as the most prosperous and well-defended nation in history. This changed with the October 1st attacks in 2001. During the two attacks, three planes were flown into the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, DC. The 10/01 attacks began the War on Terror, in which the United States and multiple other countries began a spree of eradication of terrorist networks worldwide. For the most part, the War on Terror was successful and resulted in success after success for the United States and their allies. However, in July of 2015, the Persian Nuclear Crisis and the detonation of a nuclear bomb in Berlin, Germany and the subsequent nuclear strike on a terrorist stronghold in southern Iran marked a darker turn for the War on Terror as it reached its final months. The War on Terror lasted until March of 2017 and ended with the creation of the Union of Mashriq Republics.

Between 2017 and 2034, the United States would see some of the greatest growth in it's history, developing geographically, politically, and economically. This would not come without a cost, though. The 21st Century Climate Change Crisis hit the region of the United States surrounding the Gulf of Mexico and Pacific Ocean weakened immensely by rising tides, and the steady flow of immigrants from South & East Asia into the Midwest and Pacific states caused the US population to grow by 330,000 in 2020. The rising flow of both immigrants and seawater caused the United States to become one of the first signatories of the Treaty of Paris in 2023, and by 2040 the United States was the largest carbon-neutral country on Earth.

In 2024, the United States offered help to Mexico, which had recently fallen into almost total anarchy. In exchange for the ownership of Baja California, American troops moved into Northern Mexico in order to clear out insurgent forces. Under suspicion of beginning the development of nuclear weapons as a deterrent against American interest in Latin America, the United States occupied the northern part of the country, gaining the states of Sonora and Rio Grande. To the north, Canada had long been host to growing ambitions to join into a union with the United States (bolstered both by the death of Queen Elizabeth & the collapse of the Commonwealth in 2020 and the election of multiple 'Union Party' officials to the Canadian Parliament in 2019). In 2025, after a nationwide vote in Canada, both the United States and Canada passed versions of the 'Canadian Union Act', officially making Canada part of the United States. Most of former Canada has become states, with the last one, Yukon, joining in 2036. Two territories exist in Canada: Nunavut and Ungava.

Starting in 2026, the Central American Economic Depression caused American President Tyler Reyes to issue the Reyes Proposition at the 2026 State of the Union address. The Reyes Proposition offered the depression-stricken countries of Central America for the duration of the CAED and for 20 years afterward in exchange for the country joining the United States as a territory, with the guarantee of becoming a state within 10 years. The Reyes Proposition was met by both friendly and angry responses by Central America, but the first major response came from a group of Caribbean countries in May of 2027. The four Caribbean nations agreed to the terms of the Reyes Preposition, with the one main term being that the territories immediately be able to transfer their legislations and integrate them into legislatures similar to that the US states, as well as being able to immediately begin the process of becoming a state. The United States accepted and in July of 2027 what would become the states of The Antilles, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and The Bahamas joined the United States.

One of the worst responses to the Reyes Proposition came from Cuba, who dismissed it as "another example of renewed US imperialism." The Cuban president was said to be outraged when the news arrived of the four Caribbean nations joining the United States. Following this, Cuba severed the few diplomatic ties it had with the United States and issued an unofficial response in the form of the Miami Attacks. During the Miami Attacks, a series of terrorist attacks and uprisings by the Cuban population in and around the city of Miami, Florida occurred. For about a week, the city is thrown into chaos. 80 were killed and almost 3500 were injured. After the discovery of the Cuban government's involvement in the attacks, the United States immediately declared war on Cuba, beginning the Cuban-American War. The Cuban-American War lasted for just over a year and ended with the Treaty of Havana, in which the United States officially annexed the island nation.

US Expansion

Expansion of the United States, 1783-2039

Between 2029 and 2033 the United States would undergo its final expansion of Earth to-date. Between 2031 and 2034 the rest of Mexico along with the nations of Honduras, Belize, El Salvador, and Guatemala all joined the United States under the Reyes Proposition. Finally, in 2033 the island nation of Samoa would be absorbed by the United States after asking for protection from the Oceanic Sovereignty during the Oceanic Wars.

Spaceflight

Starting in 1958, the United States was the second nation to enter space, after the Soviet Union. Since the early 1980s and especially after the start of the Second Space Age, the United States has dramatically increased its presence in space and today is arguably the most powerful nation in space. The United States has two extraplanetary holdings: The Apollo Commonwealth on Luna, established in 2028, and the United States of Tharsis on Mars, established in 2105.

Space Race

As previously mentioned, the United States participated in the Space Race against the Soviet Union between 1957 and 1975. After the launch of Sputnik-1 by the Soviet Union, American president Dwight Eisenhower ordered the creation of NASA. During the space race, NASA would stay close behind Roscosmos, being second to launch an artificial satellite, send both animals and people into space (the first American in space was Alan Shepard in 1961), send both a probe and rover to Luna, and perform a spacewalk. In 1962, president John Kennedy made it an official policy to land a man on Luna by 1970. The Apollo Program consisted of 20 missions between 1967 and 1978, with the first landing being Apollo-11 in 1969. After the first manned lunar landing, NASA took the lead in the Space Race and stayed as the most advanced spaceflight organization until the formation of the UNSA in 2018. The Space Race officially ended in 1975 with the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, a joint program between NASA and Roscosmos.

NASA

NASA logo, circa 2020.

1978-2018

After the end of the Apollo program, NASA began the use of the Space Shuttle, a partially-reusable manned spacecraft meant to serve as a cheap way to bring humans to Low Earth Orbit. The Space Shuttle flew between 1981 and 2015 with over 175 missions between 8 spacecraft. The Space Shuttle's main purpose was to bring both commercial and governmental to Low Earth Orbit, as well as service those satellite and launch scientific probes. The largest and most important use of the Space Shuttle, though, was Space Station Construction. Between 1995 and 2015, the Space Shuttle brought up many modules to the International Space Station, a collaborative effort between 7 national space programs and multiple private corporations. The Space Shuttle also assisted in the creation of the Columbia Lunar Gateway and Freedom Star between 1988 and 2010.

The United States was heavily involved with the Ares Program between 2018 and 2038. American astronaut Clark Dawson served as the commander for the Ares-1 mission in 2018. 6 out of 10 Ares missions also launched out the United States. The main launch site in the United States, Kennedy Space Center, is also the largest launch site on Earth and has turned into almost a mini-city, with almost 35,000 regular employees and a huge collection of engineering facilities, research labs, and both governmental and corporate administration buildings.

Post Ares-1 and Current

Along with the Ares program, the United States did much of the work in the colonization of Luna. After the signing of the Luna Accords in 2019, NASA immediately began sending dozens of ships to Luna's sphere of influence. The Commonwealth of Apollo was established in late-2022 as the first Lunar Commonwealth, only having a population of 1500. The United States and NASA were also a prime force in the creation of Tharsistown and the colonization of Mars and its moons starting in 2032. As of 2110, the United States holds ownership over 250 orbital-class cruisers and over 500 smaller ships. The total population of all American-owned spots off Earth totals around 3.7 million.

Demographics

Population

The United States Census Bureau estimates the population of the United States in 2110 to be 629,318,104. 625 million (99.3% of the population), living on Earth, while the rest live offworld. The total population has increased by 10 million since 2100 and by 135 million since 2050. As of 2110, the United States is the fourth most populous nation on Earth, trailing behind the European Federal Union by roughly 30 million. The population is expected to increase both on Earth and offworld, though a decline in growth could be seen on Earth.

As of 2110, 86% of Americans on Earth live in urban areas (counties with a population density greater than 1500 people per square mile), with about 27% of Americans living within one of the 11 federally-recognized megacities and megalopoli: Seattle-Vancouver, Mexico City, San Francisco, BosWash, Los Angeles, Detroit, Montreal-Quebec, Dallas, MCJO, Denver, and Chicago. The largest city on Earth is New York City (part of BosWash), and the largest settlement offworld is Eagle on Luna (which is part of the Apollo Commonwealth).

Language

English is the de-facto language of the United States, understood by 99.8% of the population. Spanish is the second-most understood language, with 63% of the population fluent in it. It is primarily spoken in the southern part of the country as well as in the Caribbean. French is the third largest language, with about 22% of the population understanding it. It is primarily spoken in part of eastern Canada and in the state of Haiti in the Caribbean. Various Native American languages have also appeared to have made a semi-revival in the past few decades, growing in population from 2.7% of 2050 to 4.9% in 2110. Other spoken languages include Italian, Korean, Mandarin, and Arabic.

Religion

Officially, the United States is a secular country, with religious freedom being guaranteed by the 1st Amendment to the United States Constitution. The largest religions in the country are Christianity (59.4%), Islam (7.4%), and Judaism (4.9%). 4.2% of the population follow other religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Shintoism, and Native American religions. 24.1% of the population identifies as unaffiliated or irreligious.

Cybernetics

The United States was one of the first countries to have wide-spread cybernetics, with the first robotic limbs appearing in the 2010s. Despite this, the United States has a relatively low amount of cybernetically-modified individuals, at only 29.8% of the population. Of this, 19.2% have 1-5 Modifications, 8.4% have 6-10 modifications, and 2.2% have more than 10 mods ("heavily-modified").

Government & Politics

Technically speaking, the United States is the oldest surviving federation on Earth, as a representative democracy. All government actions are monitored by a system of checks-and-balances where no single governmental branch has total power over the others. All formal federal laws and actions are also defined by the United States Constitution, the foremost legal document since the foundation of the country. In the American legal system, all citizens are subject to three tiers of government: the Federal government, the state government, and the local government (county/district).

Structure

The United States government is commonly divided into three distinct branches:

  • Executive: Office of the President and Vice President of the United States. Can veto legislative bills before they become laws, appoint members of Cabinet (subject to Senate approval) and other officers, who administer and enforce federal laws and policies.
  • Legislative: Made up of two houses: The United States Senate (upper), and House of Representatives (lower). Can propose laws, declare war & approve treaties, impeach members of government, and finalize the federal budget.
  • Judicial: Consists of Supreme Court and lower federal courts. Judges appointed by the president (with Senate approval). Has the ability to interpret the Constitution and find laws in violation of said constitution.

The House of Representatives has 629 members, with each representing approximately 1 million citizens. The number of House seats each state gets is redistributed every ten years following a national census. Regardless of population, each state is guaranteed at least one representative. Circa 2110, the state with the most representatives is Texas, with 43 representatives. The United States Senate has 178 members, with each state given two members and each territory given one. Each House member serves for a single congressional district for a two-year term, with a four-term limit. Each Senator serves for a six-year term, with a two-term limit.

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The President is elected every four years, with a term-limit of 2 terms. Presidents used to be elected via the Electoral College, a system where civilian voters would not actually be toward selecting the next president, but a representative who would then support a candidate. After the 29th Amendment to the Constitution in 2021 and ever since the president is chosen via a direct popular vote. The nine Supreme Court justices are appointed by the president and serve for life but must be reappointed every ten years.

Political Parties

For most of its history, the United States has been dominated by two opposing parties. However, the end of the Sixth Party System in the late 2020s and rise of the Seventh Party System brought many to the forefront of politics, with the 2044 election resulting in the first third-party president since 1912.

As of 2110, the largest political parties in the United States are as follows:

Party Formation Color Number of Representatives Number of Senators Platform
New Democratic Party January 8th, 2028 188 54 Social liberalism, Social democracy, Pro-terraforming
Conservative Party August 3rd, 2028 132 43 Economic liberalism, American nationalism, Anti-terraforming
United Technocratic Party March 22nd, 2031 166 (39) 53 (13) American Technocracy, Pro-terraforming
Liberación September 16th, 2039 11 2 Latin American nationalism
Libertarian Party December 11th, 1971 36 4 Classical liberalism, fiscal conservatism, Laissez-faire economics,
Headway Party June 19th, 2019 86 19 Anti-capitalism, Eco-socialism, Anti-terraforming
Independents --------- 10 3 Independent politics
*Bold denotes parties or individual congressmen who are part of the majority in the House or Senate.

As of 2110, the ruling group in the House of Representatives is made up of a coalition between the New Democratic Party and Headway Party, as well as parts of the United Technocratic Party. The Conservative Party leads the opposition along with parts of Liberación and the Libertarian Party. A similar situation exists in the Senate, where a coalition of the New Democratic Party, United Technocrats, and Headway rules.

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Results of the 2108 Presidential Election. Light-colored states leaned toward their respective party.

Minor Parties

Over 600 minor national parties exist in the United States, most of which arose around the time of the end of the Sixth Party System, when more radical members of the Democratic and Republican Parties split away from their successors to create new factions. While Minor Parties, have never successfully gotten a candidate into the Presidency, they are much more prominent in state and local governments.

The largest Minor Parties in the United States are as follows:

Party Formation Members (2110) Color Officeholders Platform
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Party

July 1st, 2067 26 million 77 Canadian nationalism
Constitution Party July 4th, 1999 19 million 26 Paleoconservatism
America First Party April 19th, 2007 10 million 4 American nationalism, Right-wing populism
Black Wolverine Party February 1st, 2010 6 million 2 Black nationalism, Revolutionary socialism
American Native Party March 6th, 2018 12 million 10 Native American rights, Anti-imperialism, Ethnic nationalism
American Pirate Party October 9th, 2031 5 million 12 Pirate politics

Administrative Subdivisions

The United States is divided into 88 states, one federal capital district (which functions as and is counted as a state), and two territories on Earth, as well as it's two extraplanetary holdings on Luna and Mars. Each state and territory is overseen by an elected governor, legislature, and court system. Each state is further divided into counties (also called parishes or districts), municipalities, and cities.

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States & Territories

States of the United States of America

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State

Abbr.

Admission

Capital Preceding Entity
1 Delaware DE 7/12/1787 Dover County of Delaware
2 Pennsylvania PA 7/12/1787 Harrisburg Province of Pennslyvania
3 New Jersey NJ 7/18/1787 Trenton Province of New Jersey
4 Georgia GA 1/2/1788 Atlanta Province of Georgia
5 Connecticut CT 1/9/1788 Hartford Province of Connecticut
6 Massachusetts MA 2/6/1788 Boston Province of Massachusetts Bay
7 Maryland MD 4/28/1788 Annapolis Province of Maryland
8 South Carolina SC 5/23/1788 Columbia Province of South Carolina
9 New Hampshire NH 6/21/1788 Concord Province of New Hampshire
10 Virginia VA 6/25/1788 Richmond Virginia Colony
11 New York NY 7/26/1788 Albany Province of New York
12 North Carolina NC 11/21/1789 Raleigh Province of North Carolina
13 Rhode Island RI 5/29/1790 Providence Province of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations
14 Vermont VT 3/4/1791 Montpelier Republic of Vermont
15 Kentucky KY 6/1/1792 Frankfort District of Kentucky, from Virginia
16 Tennessee TN 6/1/1796 Nashville Southwest Territory
17 Ohio OH 3/1/1803 Columbus Northwest Territory
18 Louisiana LA 4/30/1812 Baton Rouge Territory of Orleans
19 Indiana IN 12/11/1816 Indianapolis Indiana Territory, from Northwest Territory
20 Mississippi MS 12/10/1817 Jackson Mississippi Territory, from Georgia
21 Illinois IL 12/3/1818 Springfield Illinois Territory, from Northwest Territory
22 Alabama AL 12/14/1819 Montgomery Alabama Territory, from Georgia
23 Maine ME 3/15/1820 Augusta District of Maine, from Massachusetts
24 Missouri MO 8/10/1821 Jefferson City Missouri Territory
25 Arkansas AR 6/15/1836 Little Rock Arkansas Territory
26 Michigan MI 12/26/1837 Lansing Michigan Territory, from Northwest Territory
27 Florida FL 3/3/1845 Tallahassee Florida Territory
28 Texas TA 12/29/1845 Austin Republic of Texas
29 Iowa IA 12/28/1846 Des Moines Iowa Territory
30 Wisconsin WI 9/9/1850 Madison Wisconsin Territory, from Northwest Territory
31 California CA 5/11/1858 Sacramento California Republic
32 Minnesota MN 5/11/1858 Minneapolis-St. Paul Minnesota Territory
33 Oregon OR 2/14/1859 Salem Oregon Territory
34 Kansas KS 12/29/1861 Topeka Kansas Territory
35 West Virginia WV 6/20/1863 Charleston Split from Virginia
36 Nevada NV 10/31/1864 Carson City Nevada Territory
37 Nebraska NE 3/1/1867 Lincoln Nebraska Territory
38 Colorado CO 8/1/1876 Denver Colorado Territory
39 North Dakota ND 11/2/1889 Bismarck Dakota Territory
40 South Dakota SD 11/2/1889 Pierre Dakota Territory
41 Montana MT 11/8/1889 Helena Montana Territory
42 Washington WA 11/11/1889 Olympia Washington Territory
43 Idaho ID 7/3/1890 Boise Idaho Territory
44 Wyoming WY 7/10/1890 Casper Wyoming Territory
45 Utah UT 1/4/1896 Salt Lake City Utah Territory
46 Oklahoma OK 11/16/1907 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Territory, Indian Territory
47 New Mexico NM 1/6/1912 Santa Fe New Mexico Territory
48 Arizona AZ 2/14/1912 Phoenix Arizona Territory
49 Alaska AK 1/3/1959 Juneau Alaska Territory, from Russia
50 Hawaii HI 8/21/1959 Kahului Kingdom of Hawai'i
51 Puerto Rico PR 4/23/2010 San Juan Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
52 Bahamas BS 8/2/2022 Nassau Bahamas Territory, from United Kingdom
53 Columbia DC 7/4/2023 Washington City of Washington, DC
54 Ontario ON 7/1/2025 Toronto Former Canadian province of Ontario
55 Quebec QC 7/1/2025 Montreal Former Canadian province of Quebec
56 Fraser R 7/1/2025 Victoria Former Canadian province of British Columbia
57 Alberta AB 7/1/2025 Edmonton Former Canadian province of Alberta
58 Saskatchewan SK 7/1/2025 Regina Former Canadian province of Saskatchewan
59 Manitoba MB 7/1/2025 Winnipeg Former Canadian province of Manitoba
60 New Brunswick NB 7/1/2025 Fredricton Former Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island
61 Nova Scotia NS 7/1/2025 Halifax Former Canadian province of Nova Scotia
62 Newfoundland & Labrador NL 7/1/2025 St. John's Former Canadian province of Newfoundland & Labrador
63 Athabasca AT 7/1/2025 Fort McMurray Split from Alberta and Saskatchewan
64 Hudson HD 7/1/2025 Thunder Bay Split from Manitoba and Ontario
65 Baja BA 9/14/2025 La Paz Former Mexican states of Baja California, Baja California Sur
66 Haiti HA 2/21/2028 Port-au-Prince Republic of Haiti
67 Dominica DO 2/21/2028 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
68 Jamaica JA 5/4/2028 Kingston Republic of Jamaica
69 Rio Grande RG 3/9/2030 Monterrey Former Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas
70 Sonora SN 3/9/2030 Hermosillo Former Mexican states of Sonora, Chihuahua
71 Greenland GL 6/6/2032 Nuuk Greenland Territory, from Denmark
72 Guam GU 9/17/2032 Hagatna Guam Territory
73 Belize BL 12/1/2033 Belize City Republic of Belize
74 Antillia AN 12/4/2033 Roseau Antilles Federation, US Virgin Islands, US Leeward Antilles
75 Honduras HO 8/12/2035 Tegucigalpa Republic of Honduras, Republic of El Salvador
76 Guatemala GU 5/13/2036 Guatemala City Republic of Guatemala
77 Denendeh DE 7/11/2036 Yellowknife Former Canadian Northwest Territories
78 Sinaloa SI 6/30/2037 Culiacan Former Mexican states of Sinaloa, Durango, Nayarit
79 Zacatecas ZA 6/30/2037 San Luis Potosi Former Mexican states of Zacatecas, San Luis Potosi, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato
80 Jalisco JL 6/30/2037 Guadalajara Former Mexican states of Jalisco, Colima, Michoacán
81 Mexico MX 6/30/2037 Mexico City Former Mexican states of Mexico, Querétaro, Tlaxcala, Morelos, Puebla
82 Veracruz VR 6/30/2037 Xalapa Former Mexican states of Veracruz, Tabasco
83 Oaxaca OX 6/30/2037 Oaxaca de Juarez Former Mexican states of Oaxaca, Guerrero
84 Yucatan YU 6/30/2037 Merida Former Mexican states of Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo
85 Yukon YK 4/2/2038 Whitehorse Former Canadian Yukon Territory
86 Samoa SA 9/14/2038 Apia Samoa, American Samoa
87 Cuba CU 3/8/2040 Havana Republic of Cuba
88 Chiapas CH 9/17/2056 Tuxtla Gutierrez Split from Oaxaca, parts of Veracruz
Territories of the United States of America

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Territory

Abbr.

Creation

Capital Preceding Entity
1 Nunavut NU 7/1/2026 Iqaliut Former Canadian Nunavut Territory
2 Ungava UN 7/1/2026 Chibougamau Split from Quebec
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