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People's Republic Of Kampuchea
The People's Republic of Kampuchea (PRK) was founded in by the , a group of Cambodian who were dissatisfied with the due to its oppressive rule of Cambodia and defected from it after the of , 's government. Brought about by an , which routed the Khmer Rouge armies, it had Vietnam and the as its main allies. The PRK failed to secure endorsement due to the diplomatic intervention of China, the United Kingdom, the United States and the countries. The Cambodian seat at the United Nations was held by the , which was the Khmer Rouge in coalition with two non-communist guerrilla factions. However, the PRK was considered the ' government of Cambodia between 1979 and 1993, albeit with limited international recognition. Beginning May 1989, the PRK restored the name Cambodia by renaming the country State of Cambodia (SOC) during the last four years of its existence in an attempt to attract international sympathy. However, it retained most of its leadership and one-party structure w ...
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List Of Historical Unrecognized States And Dependencies
These lists of historical unrecognized or partially recognized ''states'' or ''governments'' give an overview of extinct Geopolitics, geopolitical entities that wished to be recognized as sovereign states, but did not enjoy worldwide diplomatic recognition. The entries listed here had ''de facto'' control over their claimed territory and were self-governing with a desire for full independence; or if they lacked such control over their territory, they were recognized by at least one other recognized nation. Criteria for inclusion The criteria for inclusion in this list are similar to those of the list of states with limited recognition. To be included here, a polity must have claimed Nation-state, statehood, has not had recognition by at least one widely accepted state for a significant portion of its ''de facto'' existence, and either: * had a population and an organized government with a capacity to enter into relations with other states; or * had ''de facto'' control over a te ...
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