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The United States of America (U.S.A. or USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S. or US) or America, is a country situated in North America. It shares its borders with Canada and Mexico and has access to the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and Caribbean Sea.
- 1 Description
- 2 Organizations and Affiliations
- 3 History
- 4 Politics
- 5 Views Around The World
- 6 Geography
- 7 Relationships
- 8 Opinions
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Trivia
- 11 References
The United States, regardless of gender is usually depicted with a black-shirt with the acronym "NATO" in white, all caps adorned with blue or black jeans and every shade in-between to match their canton or their shirt with tennis shoes sometimes from famous brands such as Nike, Adidas, Converse, and Vans usually in white, blue, red, or black colors. Another quite popular version of him is him with the outfit of a Cowboy, with a Cowboy hat, Sheriff Star pinned on their blue vest sometimes with intricate designed stitched in on top of dress shirt, sometimes a plaid one ,a big belt buckle usually in silver or gold, cow patterned pants with a opening near their torso revealing jeans, a bandanna usually red and sometimes with swirls, and cowboy boots. A rope hangs from their side and or a gun. Sometimes a layer of leather is added on their shoulders and and is usually accompanied with shingles. Another quite common outfit of theirs which is rising in the fandom is America with a green bomber jacket with faux fur lining the hoodie with a black skin-tight latex long shirt with ripped jeans sometimes with pins and stitched on badges added on. Either way he always has sunglasses (frequently taped on if he has a ball head). The frequent glasses has also made some people make America have different eyes in contrast to the other countryhumans, such as T.tazy's AU, where America has pure black eyes due to them not having any culture. If they are drawn with hair it's usually blonde or correlating with their flag.
Once upon a time, the USA just wanted freedom, that's all they ever wanted, they had a strong sense of justice and even if it was a bit wonky, it was a different era, they had always wanted to show everyone that he was a star a beacon of hope and freedom, and having a strong moral drive, they beat the worlds best military at the time with a group of poorly trained, volunteer citizens (minutemen), and even with their spats they love their family, Canada (best frenemies), Australia, New Zealand, etc, they love them to death.
America is portrayed annoying but very confident. He likes teasing others, but still feel upset for them. He is close with many but can bully them if they feel the need to, and needs a lot of time to calm down. He can tend to overreact, especially when something goes wrong. He does protect ones and himself.
They do show love for their family in many fan fictions, or either hate them. Their ‘true colors’ is when they really just want to fit in and is a friendly guy who's confident and happy to help someone in need, especially protecting them, since they helped stopping WWI and WWII; they believe that they must interfere in the affairs of other countries and their problems in order to keep the peace, sometimes they end up doing harm more than good and end up getting so much hate. However, they're also seen to be from their government/president's view. Meaning, if their government made a choice or speech, he’d be the one to say it or they'd be the one to support it. Despite that, countries still support America, and love him.
Because of that, relations with Russia, China, and especially their allies are tense. A lot of the world has lost confidence in the 45th president of the U.S. but that isn't with Russia. Europeans are worried about the political system, too. Despite all of that, Americans are still popular Worldwide, showing why America is the popular kid or the ‘king’ in school CountryHumans.
America and China tend to get along somewhat, it’s been a tough relationship, and things were only getting tougher when a pandemic came on the hand in 2020. They care a lot on what other people think of them, especially since their image is shaking and is broken. They don't know what to do, they're a world superpower, they needed to fight off China, it was so stressful. America is portrayed as the ‘big kid’ and tough due to them being a world power. They're also shown exhausted, tired, signing an immense amount of paperwork or reading due to that.
They're very proud of his accomplishments yet mostly not portrayed as to show them off too often, they could act greedy or selfish at times, but it's coming from the government more than the country themselves, they still smile about it and glad they accomplished those, yet many of the times they are portrayed not noticing others accomplishments despite being proud to help people.
- Sports (Basketball, American football, etc.)
- Hanging out with other countries
- Playing video games
- Asian pop culture (Anime, K-POP, J-POP, etc.)
- "Helping" Other countries
- NATO & United Nations
|The stripes represent the original 13 Colonies and the stars represent the 50 states of the Union. White symbolizes purity and innocence||#FFFFFF||255, 255, 255|
|Red symbolizes hardiness and valor||#B22234||178, 34, 52|
|Blue represents vigilance, perseverance and justice.||#3C3B6E||60, 59, 110|
There are 13 red and white stripes in the flag of the USA. These 13 stripes (seven red and six white ones) represent the former Thirteen Colonies. There are 50 stars in the blue rectangle on the top left of the flag. These stars represent the 50 federal states. This has been the official flag since Hawaii became a member of the union on 21 August 1959.
The colors red, white, and blue did not have meanings for when it was adopted in 1777. However, the colors in the Great Seal did have specific meanings. Charles Thompson, Secretary of the Continental Congress, reporting to Congress on the Seal, stated:
"The colors of the pales (the vertical stripes) are those used in the flag of the United States of America; White signifies purity and innocence, Red, hardiness & valor, and Blue, the color of the Chief (the broad band above the stripes) signifies vigilance, perseverance & justice."
- Uncle Sam (Government personification)
- Columbia (Nation personification)
- Lady Liberty (Nation personification)
- U.S. of A.
- The States
- Stars and Stripes
|❝||"USA! USA! U! S! A!!!"||❞|
|❝||"God bless America, my beloved home... "||❞|
— From the song "God bless America"
Origins of languages
By the 18th and 19th centuries, Spanish, English, Portuguese, French, and Dutch, brought to the Americas by European settlers and administrators, had become the official or national languages of modern nation-states of the Americas.
Organizations and Affiliations
|❝||"As the United States is a major power to achieve peace around the world, he is part of many international organizations"||❞|
- Asian Development Bank (ADB) (non-regional member)
- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
- Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) (as a dialogue partner)
- Australia Group
- Australia-New Zealand-United States Security Treaty (ANZUS)
- Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
- Black Sea Economic Cooperation Zone (BSEC) (observer)
- Colombo Plan (CP)
- Council of Europe (CE) (observer)
- Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) (observer)
- Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR)
- Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC)
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
- European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) (observer)
- International Federation of Association Football (FIFA)
- Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
- Group of Seven (G7)
- Group of Eight (G8)
- Group of Ten (G10)
- Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (G20)
- Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
- International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
- International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
- International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
- International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
- International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol)
- International Development Association (IDA)
- International Energy Agency (IEA)
- International Federation of Red Cross and Red * * Crescent Societies (IFRCS)
- International Finance Corporation (IFC)
- International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
- International Olympic Committee (IOC)
- International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
- International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (ICRM)
- International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
- International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (ITSO)
- International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
- Majestic 12 (MJ-12)
- Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
- North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
- Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA)
- Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)
- Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
- Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
- Organization of American States (OAS)
- Pacific Community (SPC)
- Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) (partner)
- Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
- Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive * * * Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO Preparatory Commission)
- South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) (observer)
- Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI) (observer)
- United Nations (UN)
- United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
- United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
- United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH)
- United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)
- United Nations Security Council (UNSC) (permanent member)
- United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO)
- Universal Postal Union (UPU)
- World Bank Group (WBG)
- World Customs Organization (WCO)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
- World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
- World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM)
- World Trade Organization (WTO)
- World Veterans Federation (WVF)
- Zangger Committee (ZC)
America was first known as "New England" (depending on your head-canon, America and New England are different characters).
The American Revolution
The American colonials proclaimed "No taxation without representation." starting with the Stamp Act Congress in 1765. They rejected the authority of the British Parliament to tax them because they had no representatives in the British Parliament. Protests steadily escalated to the Boston Massacre in 1770 and the burning of the Gaspee in Rhode Island in 1772, followed by the Boston Tea Party in December 1773. The British responded by closing Boston Harbor and enacting a series of punitive laws that effectively rescinded Massachusetts Bay Colony's rights of self-government. The other colonies rallied behind Massachusetts, and a group of American Patriot leaders set up their government in late 1774 at the Continental Congress to coordinate their resistance of Britain; other colonists retained their allegiance to the Crown and were known as Loyalists or Tories.
Tensions erupted into a battle between Patriot militia and British regulars when King George's redcoats attempted to destroy Colonial military supplies at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. The conflict then developed into a war, during which the Patriots (and later their French allies) fought the British and Loyalists in what became known as the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783). Each of the thirteen colonies formed a Provincial Congress which assumed power from the former colonial governments, suppressed Loyalism, and recruited a Continental Army led by General George Washington. The Continental Congress declared King George a tyrant who trampled the colonists' rights as Englishmen, and they announced the colonies free and independent states on July 2, 1776. The Patriot leadership professed the political philosophies of liberalism and republicanism to reject monarchy and aristocracy, and they proclaimed that all men are created equal.
The Continental Army forced the redcoats out of Boston in March 1776, but that summer, The British captured New York City and its strategic harbor, which they held for the duration of The War. The Royal Navy had put blockade on ports and captured other cities for brief periods, but they failed to destroy Washington's forces. The Patriots attempted to invade Canada during the winter of 1775–76 without success, but they captured a British army at the Battle of Saratoga in October 1777. France entered The War as an ally of the United States with a large army and navy. The war then moved to the Southern states, where Charles Cornwallis captured an army at Charleston, South Carolina, in early 1780, but he failed to enlist enough volunteers from Loyalist civilians to take effective control of the territory. Finally, a combined American and French force captured a second British army at Yorktown in the fall of 1781, effectively ending the war. The Treaty of Paris was signed on September 3, 1783, formally ending the conflict and confirming the new nation's complete separation from the British Empire. The United States took possession of nearly all the territory east of the Mississippi River and south of the Great Lakes, with the British retaining control of Canada and Spain taking Florida.
Among the significant results of the American Revolution was the creation of the United States Constitution, establishing a relatively strong federal national government that included an executive, a national judiciary, and a bicameral Congress representing states in the Senate and the population in the House of Representatives. The American Revolution also resulted in the migration of around 60,000 Loyalists to other British territories, especially British North America (Canada).
The American Civil War
In the 34 States in February 1861, seven Southern slave states were declared by partisans to have seceded from the country, and the Confederate States of America was organized in rebellion against the United States Constitutional government. The Confederacy grew to control at least a majority of territory in eleven states, and it claimed the additional States of Kentucky and Missouri by assertions from native secessionists fleeing Union authority, but without territory or population therein; these states were given full representation in the Confederate Congress throughout the Civil War. The two remaining slave states, Delaware and Maryland, were invited to join the Confederacy, but nothing substantial developed due to intervention by federal troops.
The Union and the Confederacy quickly raised volunteer and conscription armies that fought mostly in the South over four years. Intense combat left 620,000 to 750,000 people dead, more than the number of United States military deaths in all other wars combined.
The war effectively ended April 9, 1865, when General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant at the Battle of Appomattox Court House. Confederate generals throughout the southern states followed suit, the last surrender on land occurring June 23. Much of the South's infrastructure was destroyed, especially the transportation systems. The Confederacy collapsed, slavery was abolished, and four million black slaves were freed. During the Reconstruction era that followed the war, national unity was slowly restored, the national government expanded its power, and civil and political rights were granted to freed black slaves through amendments to the Constitution and federal legislation.
World War I
When the war broke out in 1914, the USA decided to be neutral, acknowledging that this war was conflicts between Old World powers that had nothing to do with them. The public opinion about the war was often divided as there were many migrants with ties to both sides. However, when the Germans sank Lusitania in 1915, a passenger ship with 159 Americans on board, the United States' view of the war began to change. It led to the death of 1,198 innocent passengers, including the American ones, so when the United States finally entered the war two years later (in 1917), the cry Remember Lusitania! was used in the recruitment posters and to unite the people against the German Empire.
In January 1917, the British got a secret telegram (known as Zimmerman Telegram) sent by German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmerman to the German ambassador to Mexico. Where he proposed Mexico's alliance with Germany against the United States, promising them the possibility of acquiring Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. The secret telegram was the last straw, as President Woodrow Wilson delivered a speech to Congress on April 2, 1917, asking them to declare war on Germany. He also said in his speech that the United States would go to war for Fighting For The Ultimate Peace Of The World. On April 6, 1917, the United States formally declared war over the German Empire.
The United States military in Europe was under the command of General John J. Pershing, and at first, he had a few trained troops to send to Europe, though, the Army was quickly built up by project as well as the volunteers. Near the end of the war, there were nearly 2 million American soldiers in France. Thanks to the arrival of the American forces at the right time. The course of the war was diverted in favor of the Allies. Both sides were exhausted and running out of soldiers, but the influx of new forces helped to boost the morale of the Allies and played a crucial role in defeating the German Empire.
After entering the war, President Wilson issued his fourteen famous points. These points were his plans for peace and the goals of the United States in entering the war. He was the only leader who publicly announced his goals in this war. His fourteen points were included in the founding of the League of Nations that he hoped would help to end the war in the future.
After defeating the German Empire, President Wilson pressed his fourteen points for the rest of Europe and the Allies to follow. He wanted all of Europe to recover quickly from the war, including the German Empire, after which both France and the United Kingdom differed and then put severe reparations over the German Empire in the Treaty of Versailles, the United States didn't sign it, but he established his own peace treaty with the German Empire.
World War II
At the beginning of the war, the United States didn't want a part of it but, on December 7, 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor causing the United States to declare war shortly after the declaration of war on Japan. The Third Reich followed suit. On June 6, 1944, is when operation overlord started, also known as D-Day. It is the most significant landing in history, and the United States was a part of it. From December 16, 1944 - January 25, 1945, was the battle of the bulge a significant fight that the United States was a part of. In 1945, an atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima on August 9, 3 days, later another Atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, putting an end to the war.
Oklahoma City bombing
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On April 19, 1995, a bomb was detonated next to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, causing 169 casualties. The bomb was planted by Timothy McVeigh in a rented moving truck, and Terry Nichols, Who helped him build it. McVeigh was later arrested in a car pulled over by a sheriff for no license plate and arrested for possession of a weapon. Nichols was also arrested. McVeigh got a death sentence, and Nichols got a life sentence.
September 11, 2001
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On September 11, 2001, Which today is considered the most deadly terrorist attack in the twenty-first century, with more deaths, not only in the US but in the world. This incident is triggered by a terrorist organization, Al-Qaeda, for which Osama bin Laden takes responsibility. Two Boeing 767's hit the north tower (American Airlines Flight 11 Tail Number: N334AA), and the south tower (United Airlines Flight 175 Tail Number: N612UA), and two Boeing 757's were also hijacked. One hit the pentagon (American Airlines Flight 77 Tail Number: N644AA), and one was successfully retaken by the passengers (United Airlines Flight 93 Tail Number: N591UA).
"The Constitution of the United States divides the federal government into three branches to make sure no individual or group will have too much power:
- Legislative—Makes laws (Congress, comprised of the House of Representatives and Senate)
- Executive—Carries out laws (president, vice president, Cabinet, most federal agencies)
- Judicial—Evaluates laws (Supreme Court and other courts)
Each branch of government can change acts of the other branches:
- The president can veto legislation created by Congress and nominates heads of federal agencies.
- Congress confirms or rejects the president's nominees and can remove the president from office in exceptional circumstances.
- The Justices of the Supreme Court, who can overturn unconstitutional laws, are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate.
- This ability of each branch to respond to the actions of the other branches is called the system of checks and balances." 
The Executive Branch consists of the President of the United States, the Vice President, and their cabinet. They are the branch that can create laws, which would pass to the Legislative Branch. The President is the head of state, the government, and the commander in chief for the United States Armed Forces, they have a maximum of two terms, which includes 4 years each. The Legislative Branch is the branch the gets to pass the laws coming from the Executive Branch, they also have the power to accept or deny the nominee to be the head of federal agencies, judges, or the Supreme Court, and has the power to declare war. The Judicial Branch is responsible to interpret laws and see if the law(s) violates the Constitution. They are made of the Supreme Court and many other federal courts, the Supreme Court consists of a Chief Justice and six associate justices. The Justices have no fixed term and can serve as long as they want until they either die, retire, or remove in other circumstances.
Brazil-United States relations have a long history, characterized by some moments of a remarkable convergence of interests but also by sporadic and critical divergences on sensitive international issues. The United States has increasingly regarded Brazil as a significant power, especially in its role as a stabilizing force and skillful interlocutor in Latin America. As a significant political and economic power, Brazil has traditionally preferred to cooperate with the United States on specific issues rather than seeking to develop an all-encompassing, privileged relationship with the United States.
The United States Department of State tries to maintain the interests of the Chinese public and its government. However, they try their best to get China to stop international law abuses to get into a compromise with the two. 1971 and 1979, the United States did not recognize the legitimacy of the PRC government and supported Taiwan. Public signs of relations with the PRC and the USA started around 1971, with the Ping-Pong diplomacy, where China's ping-pong team invited the U.S. ping-pong team. The United Nations would soon replace the ROC with the PRC within the same year. It wasn't until 1979 that the United States would stop officially recognizing Taiwan and support the One China Policy. However, relations within the unofficial level would still continue for the United States and Taiwan. Their ties would soon be shaken throughout the Belgrade Bombing (as an accident), with the United States apologizing for the mistake, but Chinese protesters dismissed the apology and vandalized American official property in China. Since 2000, the United States and China are starting normalize trading relations, in 2006, China became the second-largest trading partner after Canada. China would also surpass Japan to become the biggest foreign creditor, which means the United States has to return the debt to China at some point. 
After the American Revolution had ended, Great Britain did establish relations with the United States. The relations broke when the War of 1812 came to be and declared war on the United Kingdom, but their diplomatic relations would soon be reestablished in 1815. The United States considers the United Kingdom as a close ally, ever since 1815, their bong only gets closer between these two. Visits are very common between these two.
The People of the United States like the democracy in the nation, but a low percentage suggests that the majority of the people aren't satisfied enough with their democracy. Most Americans also oppose Presidents getting more power, as it is considered "too risky" to give them more power to solve the nation's domestic problems. About a third of the country knows that what president is currently serving can make a big difference in their personal lives, whether it be in a good or bad way. Many people have a favorable opinion towards local politics than national politics, as local politics can help certain problems within their area, and also have much more quality with the candidates than on the candidates for federal elections.
Views Around The World
The United States is composed of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions. At 3.8 million square miles (9.8 million kilometre2), the United States is the world's third or fourth-largest country by total area and is slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe's 3.9 million square miles (10.1 million kilometer2). 
- Macedonian Empire — great-grandparent or grandparent
- Roman Empire — great-grandparent or grandparent
- Greece — grandparent or pibling
- Italy — grandparent or pibling
- United Kingdom — parent
- Spain — parent
- France — pibling
- Ireland — pibling
- Armenia — pibling or step-pibling
- Portugal — pibling
- Romania — pibling
- Vermont Republic — sibling
- Canada — half-sibling
- Australia — half-sibling
- New Zealand — half-sibling
- England — stepsibling
- Scotland — stepsibling
- Wales — stepsibling
- Northern Ireland — stepsibling
- NATO — child
- United Nations — child
- Costa Rica — stepsibling
- Marshall Islands — child
- Micronesia — child
- Philippines — stepsibling/stepchild
- Palau — stepchild
- Guam— adopted child
- Samoa — child (separated)
- Liberia — child (separated)
- South Korea — adopted child
- Japan — adopted Child
- Canada — “We grew up together. We fought together (and each other). My sister that joins me in my wars although he loves commies and immigrants a bit too much. He also helped me out big time during 9/11 by taking in stranded airline passengers when I was forced to close my airspace.
- France — "My mom. we had our differences. But you helped me a lot in my independence! In addition, you have been an inspirational figure for me with your republican ideals!"
- United Kingdom — "My dad. We had some trouble in the past, but we’re chill now!"
- Australia — "Bro!!!! Oi, chuck a shrimp on the barbie, m8. He's my 2nd best friend and brother after Canada, and of course, I would like to go hunting with you but I sometimes think you are New Zealand"
- New Zealand — "Wait... Is that you Kiwi? Or are you Australia?"
- Germany — "I can never leave you behind friend!"
- Japan — "I love your culture so much! You're my friend and we're trading partners! We were used to be enemies in the past but now we're friends. Although I sometimes see you as a threat but overall we still maintain good relations”
- South Korea —"My people love your K-pop! You're much more peaceful than your brother North Korea!"'
- India — "They gave me Bollywood, food and tech support. I thank you and I will accept your refugees, now I'm currently watching you because you're friends with Russia."
- Nigeria — "You want us to buy your oil? Sure thing buddy! And we'll send that money to your poor dethroned prince."
- Georgia — "They're chill, I like them, I'll protect him from Russia."
- Spain — "My parent. I almost forgot that you helped me in the fight for my independence but don't worry, I'll protect you from your enemies! Furthermore, Georges Washington was very proud of Bernardo de Gálvez!"
- Brazil — "You're one of my best friends, I hope you get well."
- Peru — "Even though we had a little conflict in the past, you are still a good ally. Don't let others take advantage of your generosity, I hope you recover soon"
- Poland —
- Ethiopia — "I give them lots of aid and support to fight against Somali pirates. While my past president didn't like you so much it think my new one does so we cool
- Malta — "Old friend"
- Israel — "I sent aid and military assistance to help you and your people. I let Israelites take refuge in my country and in my brothers'. You never deserved this cruel treatment by this monster. Now, you're one of the strongest countries and global power! But stop oppressing Palestine!"
- Prussia — "Trained me to fight my old man during the winter of revolution in Valley Forge. Rest in peace.
However some of your people did fight for the British..."
- Bangladesh — "Major ally in South Asia! You being an Islamic country really interests me, I'm proud to be a partner in your development success."
- United Nations — "This innocent being always need protection. I can't blame him though. After all, he helped us in a lot of situations!
But he's useless nowadays."
- NATO — "They're strong! Protector and defender! Very Loyal to me! Brave and genius! Why can't we call them my precious masterpiece?"
- Philippines — "You’re an amazing partner! You’ve always been my side which I respect and support! I will always be there for you my sweet son!(?)."
- Saudi Arabia — "I really like him because he's an excellent ally and economic partner, especially when it comes to oil...."
- Ecuador —
- Pakistan — "Should I really trust you?"
- Algeria — "They helped me in 1981 to free 52 American diplomats detained by Iran, I really appreciate that!"
- Russia — "Ex-Commie. Their past-self helped me indirectly gain my independence. We're now Frienemies because of the current situation in Syria. Our relationship is complicated. But we're making the most of it!"
- China — "Best Trading Partner! But please stop bullying Philippines! Also your coronavirus is infecting me."
- Cuba — "No need to explain but we're started to get along. And is also my adoptive son after Spain."
- Mexico - "We're siblings, but I only hate him because of the fence, Just. Get. Off. The. Fence! But now we're get along right now. Without him, who's gonna serve my McDonald's?"
- Iran — "You said that I have a thousand nukes, which because I used them for emergency use. Your people are mostly fine but your government isn't!"
- Bolivia — "Traitor! No sea for you!"
- Somalia — "You'll soon be removed, evil pirate."
- Eritrea — "President Obama gave you sanctions for good, by beating an impossible record of having a lower score in the human rights percentage more than North Korea himself. Go fix yourself."
- North Korea — "You better stop hurting your own sibling before something really bad happens commie! But we're fine now."
- Nicaragua — "A Central American vodka lover."
- Syria —
- Venezuela — "F*ck you whatever you call yourself you want, you're meant to the smallest Latin American country which they did nothing wrong to you! You can invade us in Black Ops but that won't happen f*cker! Also, White House is in Washington D.C. not New York stupid commie!!"
USSR (from 1945) — "We were wonderful friends who protected each other, until you decided to act with such aggression towards us! If Gorbachev kept up with the reforms, I might almost not hate you. But honestly, I was definitely celebrating when you died."
Third Reich — "The world is now safe from you. I hate you very much."
Japanese Empire (from 1941) - "Taste my nukes, now East Asia is better without you."
- Washington DC
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
- American Samoa
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Puerto Rico
- US Virgin Islands
- Jarvis Island
- Baker Island
- Howland Island
- Johnston Atoll
- Kingman Reef
- Midway Islands
- Navassa Island
- Palmyra Atoll
- Wake Island
- Northwest Territory
- Southwest Territory
- Mississippi Territory
- Indiana Territory
- Territory of Orleans
- Louisiana Territory
- Missouri Territory
- Michigan Territory
- Illinois Territory
- Alabama Territory
- Arkansas Territory
- Florida Territory
- Indian Territory
- Oklahoma Panhandle
- Oklahoma Territory
- Wisconsin Territory
- Iowa Territory
- Oregon Territory
- Minnesota Territory
- U.S. provisional government of New Mexico
- New Mexico Territory
- Utah Territory
- Washington Territory
- Kansas Territory
- Nebraska Territory
- Nevada Territory
- Colorado Territory
- Dakota Territory
- Idaho Territory
- Arizona Territory
- Montana Territory
- Department of Alaska
- District of Alaska
- Territory of Alaska
- Wyoming Territory
- Territory of Hawaii
- United States Military Government of the Philippine Islands
- Insular Government of the Philippine Islands
- Commonwealth of the Philippines
- Panama Canal Zone
- American Concession in Shanghai
- United States Civil Administration of the Ryukyu Islands
- United States Military Government of the Ryukyu Islands
- Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
- Coalition Provisional Authority
- Restored Government of Virginia
Current Russian-American (government) relations are very sour, but not the people which relationships are quite fine. The two countries during the Russian Empire era were mostly on good terms, Catherine the Great significantly affected the American Revolution through diplomacy; and indirectly helped Americans gain independence, as well as the trade between them that started before the official independence of the USA (even tho RE was neutral during the revolution; they unofficially helped the Americans), plus Theodore Roosevelt had a major role in ending the Russo-Japanese War, but then the repeated anti-Jewish pogroms that took place in Russia in 1880 alienated American elite and public opinion (yet there was no antagonism against RE among American public); escalation of violence against Jews in 1919 led to the USA repealing an 1832-commercial treaty, along with Russia’s withdrawal from WWI, in addition to the US participating in Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War with the Polar Bear Expedition and the American Expeditionary Force Siberia; in 1918; to prevent the Germans from gaining access to war supplies controlled by the Bolshevik; made their relations a bit bad. During the WWII they were allies, however, when it ended they started being hostile toward each other and had their ups and downs, especially during the Cold War, they're starting to get along because of the situation in Syria. Russians must understand that the American people want to be friends with Russia, the people aren't the government, America had a complicated relationship since The Soviet Times, over the years, relations have gotten a bit better finally, they're both strong nations, they have embassies in each other's capitals, fight against the virus, terrorism and more, they also fight white supremacy together and their diplomats are working hard to improve their relations.
Spain is the USA's parent. They enjoy pestering them and calling them 'Mexico' which is another Spanish-speaking country and another one of their children. They dislike this, but since they're their parent, they're close and they love them as a child. Spain founded St. Augustine, Florida; the first oldest city in the United States. Sometimes, France and Spain compare the personality of the United States with that of England in a derogatory tone. However, both countries celebrate Independence Day with the United States due to the military support granted by both countries. Spain is also the biological parent of Alabama, Florida, Puerto Rico (with UK), and Alaska (with Russia). Today, the relations between the United States and Spain are one of the firmest, most stable, and optimal in the Western world. Spain is a fan of George Washington. The United States usually remembers Spain whenever they look at a dollar bill. The columns that appear in the dollar symbol are the same as the ones in the shield of Spain.
France is the USA's pibling. Another parent. Sometimes even considered biological parent but, in reality, France is the biological parent of Louisiana, Maine, and Mississippi (with UK). However, even though they're not their actual child, they appear to care for them. France and the USA enjoy teaming up and doing things that the USA' s parent (the UK) does not seem to enjoy, which is how they tend to bond. France constantly has to deal with her nibling's French surrender jokes and has hit them with a history book (usually to the head/face) on multiple occasions because of the USA's humor. Them, it's evident that they sees the UK as frenemy rather than a direct enemy. They seem to see France as some sort of parent, possibly as some sort of parental figure. They seem to enjoy each other's company. In addition, the USA usually sees France as a parent figure (Probably, because the United States acquired the republican ideals of France).
USA's nickname for Australia: "Hell-Spider Man"
Brazil is portrayed in the fandom as a friend and ally towards the United States.
Japan and America shared tense relations in the past. This is because, during the times of the Japanese Empire, America had atomic bombed Japan. They try to forget the brutality of it, and nowadays, they're better of as friends. The USA thinks of Japan's culture very highly. Though sometimes, they're a little weirded out by Japan's anime obsession. Their relationship is more of a friend-to-friend relations as both see each other as allies and trading partners.
Both of the countries see each other as great and major partners and deeply supported each other. They even describe their relationship as a Special Relationship . However, pains from the U.S.'s colonization period of the country are not forgotten, some may consider her as his stepsister and/or adopted/stepdaughter or possibly even his wife.
The USA is Malaysia's largest trading partner, while Malaysia is the tenth-largest trading partner. Both of them always join the UN peacekeeping mission together. Malaysia once helped the USA rescue US Ranger that was supposed to rescue the pilot of 2 downed Black Hawk during the Battle of Mogadishu.
Georgian–American relations continue to be very close and encompass multiple areas of bilateral cooperation. As a key U.S. ally in the war on terror, Georgia was the third largest troop contributor in the Iraq War and is currently the largest per-capital contributor to the U.S. led mission in Afghanistan. The United States for its part is actively assisting Georgia in strengthening its state institutions in face of increasing pressure from its northern neighbor Russia and has provided the country with financial assistance in excess of 3 billion dollars since 1991. Since 2009, Georgian–American relations are streamlined by the U.S.–Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership, which created four bilateral working groups on priority areas of democracy; defense and security; economic, trade, energy issues, people-to-people and cultural exchanges.
Georgia in 2004-2008 sought to become a member of NATO, but did not succeed in the face of strong Russian opposition. In February 2012, it was agreed that the U.S. and Georgia will start working on a Free Trade Agreement which, if materialized, will make Georgia the only European country to have such treaty with the United States. American citizens visiting Georgia currently do not require a visa for entry. Citizens will receive a 90-day tourist visa at the country's entry points.
According to the 2012 U.S. Global Leadership Report, 51% of Georgians approve of U.S. leadership, with 15% disapproving and 34% uncertain.
The United States works closely with Georgia to promote mutual security, counter-terrorism interests and provides Georgia with bilateral security assistance, including English-language and military professional training, through the International Military Education and Training (IMET) program.
The multi-year Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP) ended in 2004, achieving its intended goals of enhancing Georgia's military capability and stimulating military reform. Launched in January 2005, the Georgia Entertainment and Stability Operations Program has advanced GTEP's goals and trained the Georgian contingent participating in coalition operations in Iraq. Partnership with the Georgia (U.S.) National Guard, visits by the Sixth Fleet, the Coast Guard to Georgia, and the Bilateral Working Group on Defense and Military Cooperation are also important components of American security relationship with Georgia.
Promoting democracy and reform is another strategic pillar of America's bilateral relationship with Georgia. In April 2006, as part of these reforms Georgia passed a strong anti-human trafficking law and has since then ranked consistently among Tier 1 countries of the State Department's report on trafficking in persons, meaning that the country now fully complies with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking.
Georgia hosts 90 Peace Corps Volunteers who work in English Language Education and NGO Development.
States and territories
- Religion: Protestantism (48.9%), Roman Catholicism (23.0%), Mormonism (1.8%), Irreligion/Atheist (18.2%), Judaism (2.1%), Islam (0.8%), Other non-Christian religion (2.5%), No response given/Unknown (2.7%)
- Urbanization: 81%
- Social Progress Index: 26th in the World
- Basic Human Needs: 34th in the World
- Social Opportunities: 16th in the World
- Health and Wellness: 39th in the World
- Basic Medical Care: 31st in the world
- Personal Safety: 55th in the world
- Access to Education: 54th in the World
- Advanced Education: 1st in the World
- Personal Freedom: 18th in the World
- Freedom of Speech: 29th in the World
- Tolerance and Inclusion: 32nd in the World
- Tolerance for Minorities: 80th in the World
- Tolerance for Homosexuals: 15th in the World (76.6%)
- Women Equality: Medium (37th in the World)
- GDP: $20.580 trillion
- Unemployment: 3.5% Nationwide
- Currency: US Dollar ($)
- Mobile Phones: 120%
- Internet Users: 75%
- Average Male Height: 5’9 (177 cm)
- Average Female Height: 5’3.5 (162 cm)
- Many countries in Europe, especially the Mediterranean ones, usually advise the United States to avoid ultra-processed food.
- There are 45 million people who speak Spanish as a first/second language in the USA, which makes it the world's second-largest Spanish-speaking country after Mexico.
- America is sometimes shipped with Japan， however this is sometimes considered controversial due to WWII history.
- The United States of America is also called the USA, US, United States or sometimes America.
- On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was issued, establishing the United States of America.
- The US is the 4th largest country in the world by land area and 3rd by population.
- On February 25, 2013, the estimated population of the US was 315,568,000.
- The US is a diverse country with a multicultural society. In CountryHumans, America is shown to have Black Eyes to show its culture, and can be a reason behind the Sunglasses America wears which is mostly shown to be a dark tint.
- The US has the world's largest economy.
- The US developed the first nuclear weapons, using them on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki near the end of World War 2.
- The Mississippi and Missouri Rivers combine to form the longest river system in the US and the fourth longest in the world.
- The tallest mountain the US is Mt McKinley, located in the state of Alaska it reaches 20,320 ft (6,194 m) above sea level.
- Alaska was purchased from Russia in 1867 and is the largest state in the US by land area.
- Hawaii is the most recent of the 50 states in the US (joining in 1959) and is the only one made up entirely of islands.
- Most of the world's tornadoes occur in the Midwest region of the US known as Tornado Alley.
- The most populated city in the US is New York City, followed by Los Angeles and Chicago.
- English is the most commonly spoken language in the US, followed by Spanish.
- The first man to walk on the moon was American Neil Armstrong (July 21, 1969).
- The US was the leading force behind the development of the Internet.
- The US consumes more petroleum than any other country in the world. The most popular team sports in the US are American football, baseball, basketball and ice hockey.
- During WWI American soldiers were the only soldiers to use shotguns because the USA had created the first repeating pump-action shotgun. The shotguns they used were modified versions of the Winchester Model 1897 (other wise known as trench guns or combat shotguns). These guns were very effective at clearing trenches and because of this the Kaiser of the German Empire issued a diplomatic protest, complaining that the trench gun was illegal because in quote “it is especially forbidden to employ arms, projections, or materials calculated to cause unnecessary suffering” as defined in the 1907 Hague Convention. Originally the US government freaked out and almost burned every documentation of a soldier using a trench gun. However at the last minute they remembered that the Germans were using flamethrowers and poison gas in the war. So in return they threatened the Germans that if they were to execute any American soldier that had a trench gun in return the Americans would execute all of their German prisoners.
- The United States is one of the countries on the top 10 list for giving the most foreign aid, yet ranks around the bottom for GNP with only 0.2%
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