human-society
senso-concept-Mcs (society)

McsHitp-creation:: {2019-12-26},

overview of society

description::
· human-society is a-society-of-organisms (= a-system of organizations with a-complex sociality) comprised of humans.

name::
* McsEngl.McsStn000009.last.html//dirStn//driMcs!⇒society,
* McsEngl.dirMcs/dirStn/McsStn000009.last.html!⇒society,
* McsEngl.country!⇒society,
* McsEngl.human-society!⇒society,
* McsEngl.nation!⇒society,
* McsEngl.state!⇒society,
* McsEngl.soc!⇒society,
* McsEngl.socHmn!⇒society,
* McsEngl.society,
* McsEngl.society'(McsStn000009)!⇒society,
* McsEngl.society'(human-society)!⇒society,
* McsEngl.society.human!⇒society,
* McsEngl.society//Earth!⇒society,
* McsEngl.society//socItnl!⇒society,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.κοινωνία-ανθρώπων!=society,

name.individual of society

description::
· name of an-individual-society

name::
* McsEngl.society'att054-individual-name,
* McsEngl.society/name.individual,

ISO-3166 of society

description::
"ISO 3166 is a standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that defines codes for the names of countries, dependent territories, special areas of geographical interest, and their principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states). The official name of the standard is Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions."
[{2021-02-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166]

name::
* McsEngl.ISO-3166-code//society,
* McsEngl.society/ISO-3166-code,

01_node of society

description::
· any subsystem of a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.NdSoc!⇒Socnode,
* McsEngl.Socnode,
* McsEngl.nodeSociety!⇒Socnode,
* McsEngl.society'01_node!⇒Socnode,
* McsEngl.society'att020-node!⇒Socnode,
* McsEngl.society'node!⇒Socnode,

02_node-of-humans of society

description::
· the-subsystem with the-relations of its members.

name::
* McsEngl.NdSocHumans,
* McsEngl.Socnode.humans,
* McsEngl.SocnodeHmns,
* McsEngl.nodeSocietyHumans,
* McsEngl.society'02_humans-node,
* McsEngl.society'att021-humans-node,
* McsEngl.society'humans-node,

human of society

description::
· any human related with a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.Sochmn,
* McsEngl.society'member!⇒Sochmn,
* McsEngl.society'individual!⇒Sochmn,

specific-tree-of-Sochmn::
* member,
* memberNo,

hmnMember of society

description::
· any human PART of a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr,
* McsEngl.Socmber'(individual-member-of-human-society)!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.citizen!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.hmnMember-of-society!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.member-of-society!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.society'member!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.society'att001-member!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.society'member!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.society/member!⇒Socmbr,
* McsEngl.society'human-member!⇒Socmbr,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.πολίτης!=Socmbr,

citizenship of Socmbr

description::
· the-directedNo-relation of a-member with his|her society.

name::
* McsEngl.citizenship,
* McsEngl.human'att129-citizenship!⇒citizenship,
* McsEngl.human'citizenship!⇒citizenship,
* McsEngl.society'att015-citizenship!⇒citizenship,
* McsEngl.society'citizenship!⇒citizenship,
* McsEngl.society/citizenship!⇒citizenship,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ιθαγένεια!=citizenship,
* McsElln.υπηκοότητα!=citizenship, (old),

right (link) of Socmbr

population-density of Socmbr

description::
· people per square-kilometer.

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr'population-density,
* McsEngl.society/population-density,

life-expectancy of Socmbr

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr'life-expectancy,

median-age of Socmbr

description::
"Median age is the age that divides a population into two numerically equally sized groups - that is, half the people are younger than this age and half are older. It is a single index that summarizes the age distribution of a population."
[{2021-02-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_median_age]

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr'median-age,

Socmbr.SPECIFIC

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr.specific,

Socmbr.aggregate

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.population//society!⇒society/population,
* McsEngl.society'aggregate-member!⇒society/population,
* McsEngl.society'population!⇒society/population,
* McsEngl.society/population,

growth of society/population

description::
· increase/decrease per year.

name::
* McsEngl.society/population/growth,

Socmbr.resident

description::
· a-member who lives in this society.

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr.resident,
* McsEngl.resident-citizent,

Socmbr.residentNo

description::
· a-member who lives in another society.

name::
* McsEngl.Socmber.residentNo,

Socmbr.single

description::
· not married member.

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr.single,

Socmbr.single.socChina-India

description::
"Why Are So Many Men in China and India Single?
Last Modified Date: December 23, 2020
If your chances of finding a date were 1 in 70 million, you might decide to stay home for the night. But that figure isn't speculation for young men in China and India, due in part to policies that for decades have prompted families to strongly prefer raising sons instead of daughters.
Those two nations -- the most populous on Earth -- are facing an unprecedented crisis that will prevent millions of men from marrying or even having serious relationships with women. The fact that there are approximately 35 million more men than women in each of those countries has already brought serious consequences, from widespread depression to financial distress.
As of 2020, a majority -- 50 million -- of the men are younger than 20, and in the years to come, they will enter a much-changed workforce and have to come to terms with being alone, without families of their own. "In the future, there will be millions of men who can’t marry, and that could pose a very big risk to society," said Li Shuzhuo, a demographer at Xi’an Jiaotong University in China.
Is being married better?
A study found that only 21 percent of single people have credit card debt, compared with 27 percent of married couples and 36 percent of couples with kids.
On average, the age at which people get married today in the United States is 28; in 1950 the average age was 22.
In America, the average cost of a wedding is more than $26,000 USD, while the average cost of raising a child exceeds $245,000."
[{2020-12-24} https://www.wisegeek.com/why-are-so-many-men-in-china-and-india-single.htm]

name::
* McsEngl.Socmbr.single.socChina-India,

hmnMemberNo of society

description::
· humans of society but non-members.

name::
* McsEngl.Socforeigner,
* McsEngl.foreigner-of-society!⇒Socforeigner,
* McsEngl.hmnMemberNo-of-society!⇒Socforeigner,
* McsEngl.society'att030-hmnMemberNo!⇒Socforeigner,
* McsEngl.society'hmnMemberNo!⇒Socforeigner,

Socforeigner.refugee of society

description::
"a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.
synonyms: displaced-person DP escapee fugitive asylum-seeker runaway exile émigré stateless-person outcast returnee reffo"
[{2020-12-20} Google-dict]

name::
* McsEngl.Socrefugee,
* McsEngl.Socforeigner.refugge!⇒Socrefugee,
* McsEngl.refugge-of-society!⇒Socrefugee,
* McsEngl.society'att031-refugge!⇒Socrefugee,
* McsEngl.society'att031-refugge!⇒Socrefugee,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.πρόσφυγας!=Socrefugee,

Socforeigner.immigrant of society

description::
· a-foreigner for work.

name::
* McsEngl.Socforeigner.immigrant!⇒Socimmigrant,
* McsEngl.Socimmigrant,
* McsEngl.immigrant-of-society!⇒Socimmigrant,
* McsEngl.society'att032-immigrant!⇒Socimmigrant,
* McsEngl.society'immigrant!⇒Socimmigrant,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.μετανάστης!=Socimmigrant,

Socforeigner.resident of society

description::
· foreigner-resident is a-non-member that lives in a-society with more rights than a-tourist.

name::
* McsEngl.SocForeinger.resident!⇒hmnResidentForeigner,
* McsEngl.hmnResidentForeigner,
* McsEngl.memberNo.resident-foreigner!⇒hmnResidentForeigner,
* McsEngl.society'att037-resident-foreigner!⇒hmnResidentForeigner,
* McsEngl.society'resident-foreigner!⇒hmnResidentForeigner,
* McsEngl.foreigner-resident!⇒hmnResidentForeigner,

hmnResidentForeigner.temporary

description::
"A temporary resident is a foreign national granted the right to stay in a country for a certain length of time (e.g. with a visa or residency permit), without full citizenship. This may be for study, business, or other reasons."
[{2021-01-21} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temporary_resident]

name::
* McsEngl.hmnResidentForeigner.temporary,
* McsEngl.temporary-foreigner-resident,

hmnResidentForeigner.permanent

description::
"Permanent residency is a person's resident status in a country of which they are not citizen but where they have the right to reside on a permanent basis. This is usually for a permanent period; a person with such status is known as a permanent resident. In the United States, such a person is officially referred to as a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR).[1]
Permanent residency itself is distinct from right of abode, which waives immigration control for such persons. Persons having permanent residency still require immigration control if they do not have right of abode. However, a right of abode automatically grants people permanent residency. This status also gives work permit in most cases.[1] In many western countries, the status of permanent resident confers a right of abode upon the holder despite not being a citizen of the particular country."
[{2021-01-21} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permanent_residency]

name::
* McsEngl.hmnResidentForeigner.permanent,
* McsEngl.permanent-foreigner-resident,

Socforeigner.turist of society

description::
· a-foreigner to see current-society.

name::
* McsEngl.Socforeigner.turist!⇒Socturist,
* McsEngl.society'att033-turist!⇒Socturist,
* McsEngl.society'turist!⇒Socturist,

resident of society

description::
· hmnResident is a-member-resident or a-memberNo-resident.

name::
* McsEngl.hmnResident,
* McsEngl.resident-of-society!⇒hmnResident,
* McsEngl.society'resident!⇒hmnResident,

residency of society

description::
· the-relation of society with a-resident.
===
"Residency is the act of establishing or maintaining a residence in a given place. Residency is a concept which heavily affects the legal rights and responsibilities that are available to a person, including eligibility to vote, eligibility to stand for political office, eligibility to access government services, responsibility to pay taxes, and on and so forth."
[{2021-01-21} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domicile_(law)]

name::
* McsEngl.residency-society,
* McsEngl.society'residency,

sociality of society

description::
· the-relations of the-citizens of a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'sociality,
* McsEngl.society'att002-sociality,
* McsEngl.society'sociality-att002,

social-stratification of society

description::
"Social stratification refers to a society's categorization of its people into groups based on socioeconomic factors like wealth, income, race, education, gender, occupation, social status, or derived power (social and political). As such, stratification is the relative social position of persons within a social group, category, geographic region, or social unit.[1][2][3]
In modern Western societies, social stratification is typically defined in terms of three social classes: the upper class, the middle class, and the lower class; in turn, each class can be subdivided into the upper-stratum, the middle-stratum, and the lower stratum.[4] Moreover, a social stratum can be formed upon the bases of kinship, clan, tribe, or caste, or all four.
The categorization of people by social stratum occurs most clearly in complex state-based, polycentric, or feudal societies, the latter being based upon socio-economic relations among classes of nobility and classes of peasants. Historically, whether or not hunter-gatherer, tribal, and band societies can be defined as socially stratified, or if social stratification otherwise began with agriculture and large-scale means of social exchange, remains a debated matter in the social sciences.[5] Determining the structures of social stratification arises from inequalities of status among persons, therefore, the degree of social inequality determines a person's social stratum. Generally, the greater the social complexity of a society, the more social stratification exists, by way of social differentiation.[6]"
[{2020-07-06} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_stratification]

name::
* McsEngl.social-stratification,
* McsEngl.society'att014-stratification,
* McsEngl.society'stratification,
* McsEngl.stratification-of-society,

socialitation of society

description::
· a-human-socialitation part of a-human-society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att025-socialitation,
* McsEngl.society'socialitation,
* McsEngl.stnHmn'societal,

organization (link) of society

group (link) of society

language of society

description::
· without a-language, there is no society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att009-language,
* McsEngl.society'language,
* McsEngl.society/language,

language.official of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society/language.official,

language.officialN of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society/language.officialNo,

communication-media of society

description::
"Media is the communication outlets or tools used to store and deliver information or data.[1][2] The term refers to components of the mass media communications industry, such as print media, publishing, the news media, photography, cinema, broadcasting (radio and television), digital media, and advertising.[3]"
[{2021-02-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_(communication)]

name::
* McsEngl.communication-media//society,
* McsEngl.society/communication-media,

telephone-line of society

description::
"telephone lines: Fixed telephone lines that connect a subscriber's terminal equipment to the public switched telephone network and that have a port on a telephone exchange. Integrated services digital network channels and fixed wireless subscribers are included."
[{2021-02-24} https://wolframalpha.com]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att047-telephone-line,
* McsEngl.society'telephone-line,

mobile-cellular-subscription of society

description::
"mobile cellular subscriptions: Subscriptions to a public mobile telephone service using cellular technology, which provide access to the public switched telephone network. Postpaid and prepaid subscriptions are included."
[{2021-02-24} https://wolframalpha.com]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att048-mobile-cellular-subscription,
* McsEngl.society'mobile-cellular-subscription,

internet-usage of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'att049-internet-usage,
* McsEngl.society'internet-usage,

IP-addresses of society

description::
"IP addresses: Total number of IP addresses in .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ, and .US domains."
[{2021-02-24} https://wolframalpha.com]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att050-IP-addresses,
* McsEngl.society'IP-addresses,

ethnic-group of society

description::
"An ethnic group or ethnicity is a grouping of people who identify with each other on the basis of shared attributes that distinguish them from other groups such as a common set of traditions, ancestry, language, history, society, culture, nation, religion, or social treatment within their residing area.[1][2][3] Ethnicity is sometimes used interchangeably with the term nation, particularly in cases of ethnic nationalism, and is separate from, but related to the concept of races.
Ethnicity can be an inherited status or based on the society within which one lives. Membership of an ethnic group tends to be defined by a shared cultural heritage, ancestry, origin myth, history, homeland, language or dialect, symbolic systems such as religion, mythology and ritual, cuisine, dressing style, art or physical appearance. Ethnic groups often continue to speak related languages and share a similar gene pool."
[{2021-02-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethnic_group]

name::
* McsEngl.ethnic-group//society,
* McsEngl.society'att041-ethnic-group,
* McsEngl.society'ethnic-group,

religion of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'att040-religion,
* McsEngl.society'religion,
* McsEngl.society/religion,

literacy of society

description::
"Literacy is popularly understood as an ability to read and write in at least one method of writing, an understanding reflected by mainstream dictionaries."
[{2021-02-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literacy]

name::
* McsEngl.literacy//society,
* McsEngl.society'att042-literacy,
* McsEngl.society'literacy,

03_node-of-satisfiers (link) of society

04_node-of-governance of society

description::
· a-human-society has a-governance-system as all societies-of-organisms.

name::
* McsEngl.administration-of-society!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.governance-system-of-society!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.gvcSoc!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.Socgvc,
* McsEngl.political-system!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.public-administration!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.society'04_governance-system!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.society'att006-governance-system!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.society'governance-system!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.state-of-society!⇒Socgvc,
* McsEngl.sysGov!⇒Socgvc,

descriptionLong::
"Governance could be viewed as nothing more than an operating system for society."
[{2021-01-17} https://moreequalanimals.com/assets/MoreEqualAnimals-1.15.2021.pdf]

generic-tree-of-Socgvc::
* SocgvcOgm,

brance.executive of Socgvc

description::
"The executive is the branch of government exercising authority in and holding responsibility for the governance of a state. The executive executes and enforces law."
[{2020-12-20} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Executive_(government)]

name::
* McsEngl.Socexe,
* McsEngl.Socexe'(executive-brance-of-society)!⇒Socexe,
* McsEngl.society'att026-executive-brance!⇒Socexe,
* McsEngl.society'executive-brance!⇒Socexe,

brance.legislature of Socgvc

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Soclegi,
* McsEngl.Soclegi'(legislature-branch-of-society)!⇒Soclegi,
* McsEngl.society'att027-legislature!⇒Soclegi,
* McsEngl.society'legislature!⇒Soclegi,

right-of-initiative of Soclegi

description::
"The right of (legislative) initiative is the constitutionally defined power to propose a new law (bill).
The right of initiative is usually attributed to parliaments, which in most countries have the right to make law proposals, alone or sharing this right with the government.
In parliamentary systems it is common that both the government (executive) and the parliament have legislative initiative, but it also can be restricted to the government and the lower house of parliament, or even to the government alone.
In presidential systems legislative initiative usually only rests with the legislature, such as in the United States. This, however, does not preclude the executive from suggesting the introduction of certain laws to their backers in the legislature."
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_of_initiative_(legislative)]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att029-right-of-legislative-initiative,
* McsEngl.society'right-of-legislative-initiative,
* McsEngl.Soclegi'right-of-initiative,

brance.judiciary of Socgvc

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socjudi,
* McsEngl.Socjudi'(judiciary-brancy-of-society)!⇒Socjudi,
* McsEngl.society'att028-judiciary!⇒Socjudi,
* McsEngl.society'judiciary!⇒Socjudi,

satisfier of Socgvc

description::
· sfrProperty owned by a-governance-system.
· a-PUBLIC-domain-software is-not-owned by governance.

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'satisfier,
* McsEngl.public-satisfier!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.satisfier.007-governance-sys!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.satisfierGvc!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.sfrProperty.sectorGvc!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.society'att034-satisfier-of-Socgvc!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.society'satisfier-of-Socgvc!⇒sfrGvc,
* McsEngl.state-property!⇒sfrGvc,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ικανοποιητής-διακυβέρνησης!=sfrGvc,

sfrGvc.SPECIFIC

description::
* governance-service,
* governance-serviceNo,
===
* Courts,
* Electricity,
* Education,
* Emergency-services,
* Environmental-protection,
* Healthcare,
* Military,
* Public-transportation,
* Public-buildings,
* Social-services,
* Telecommunications,
* Urban-planning,
* Transportation-infrastructure,
* Waste-management,
* Water-supply-network,

name::
* McsEngl.sfrGvc.specific,

organization of Socgvc

description::
· oznGovernance is a-special oznSatisfier needed to govern a-society.
· any ozn of the-sysGovernance.
· oznGovernance is an-oznProduction OWNED by state|regional|local governance-system.

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'ozn!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.oznGovernance!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.oznGvc,
* McsEngl.oznPrivate!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.oznProduction.005-private!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.oznProduction.private!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.private-oznProduction!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.public-administration!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.society'att017-oznGvc!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.society'oznGvc!⇒oznGvc,
* McsEngl.Socgvc'oznGvc!⇒oznGvc,

oznGvc.sector (link)

budget of Socgvc

description::
"A budget (from old French bougette, purse) is a list of all planned expenses and revenues. It is a plan for saving and spending.[1] A budget is an important concept in microeconomics, which uses a budget line to illustrate the trade-offs between two or more goods. In other terms, a budget is an organizational plan stated in monetary terms.
In summary, the purpose of budgeting is to:
Provide a forecast of revenues and expenditures, that is, construct a model of how our business might perform financially if certain strategies, events and plans are carried out.
Enable the actual financial operation of the business to be measured against the forecast."
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget]

name::
* McsEngl.Socbudget,
* McsEngl.budget.society!⇒Socbudget,
* McsEngl.Socgvc'budget!⇒Socbudget,
* McsEngl.socHmn'att030-budget!⇒Socbudget,
* McsEngl.socHmn'budget!⇒Socbudget,

01_input of Socbudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socbudget'01_input,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'att001-input,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'input,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'revenue,

02_output of Socbudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socbudget'02_output,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'att002-output,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'expenditure,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'expense,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'output,

03_balance of Socbudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socbudget'03_balance,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'att003-balance,
* McsEngl.Socbudget'balance,

relation-to-Gdp of Socbudget

description::
· Eu-member-states budget is 46% of Gdp.
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Socbudget'relation-to-Gdp,

citizen-info of Socgvc

description::
· any info about a-citizen the-Socgvc has.

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'citizen-info,
* McsEngl.citizen-info-of-Socgvc,
* McsEngl.society'att039-citizen-info,
* McsEngl.society'citizen-info,

addressWpg::
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/solution/citizens-folder/about: a one-stop service where citizens can access and browse all their information the administration possesses,

control-of-thought of Socgvc

description::
"Control of thought is more important for governments that are free and popular than for despotic and militarty states.
The logic is straightforward: a despotic state can control its domestc enemies by force, but as the state loses this weapon, other devices are required to prevent the ignorant masses from interfering with public affairs, which are none of their business...
the public are to be observers, not participants, consumers of ideology as well as products."
[Noam Chomsky https://twitter.com/noamchomskyT/status/1273901033849270272]

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'control-of-thought,
* McsEngl.control-of-thought-of-society,
* McsEngl.society'att013-control-of-thought,
* McsEngl.society'control-of-thought,

descriptionLong::
"The key element of social control is the strategy of distraction that is to divert public attention from important issues and changes decided by political and economic elites through the technique of flood or flooding continuous distractions and insignificant information. Chomsky"
[{2020-07-30} https://twitter.com/noamchomskyT/status/1288854739954868230]

law (link) of Socgvc

worker of Socgvc

description::
· any worker on sectorGvc.
===
"A civil servant or public servant is a person employed in the public sector by a government department or agency."
[{2020-12-20} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_service]

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'worker!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.public-servant!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.civil-servant!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.public-servant!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.sectorGvc'worker!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.wkrGvcsctr!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.worker.Socgvc!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
* McsEngl.worker.sectorGvc!⇒wkrGvcSoc,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.δημόσιος-λειτουργός!=wkrGvcSoc,

wkrGvcSoc.SPECIFIC

description::
* elected-wkrGvcSoc,
* electedNo-wkrGvcSoc,
===
* administrator,
* police-officer,
* politician,

name::
* McsEngl.wkrGvcSoc.specific,

digital-governance of Socgvc

description::
· the-digital portion of Socgvc.

name::
* McsEngl.Gvcdigi,
* McsEngl.Socegvc!⇒Gvcdigi,
* McsEngl.Socgvc'e-governance!⇒Gvcdigi,
* McsEngl.digital-governance!⇒Gvcdigi,
* McsEngl.e-governance!⇒Gvcdigi,

MISC-ATTRIBUTE of Socgvc

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'misc-attribute,

relation-to-technology of Socgvc

description::
"Any democratic process should be simple enough that any community can implement it without relying upon high-tech solutions.
The more technology a process depends upon the more dependent it is on a small number of technology providers and the more inaccessible it is to the masses.
Low tech solutions should scale from small groups of 50 people to entire countries comprising billions of people."
[{2021-01-17} https://moreequalanimals.com/assets/MoreEqualAnimals-1.15.2021.pdf-p79]

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'relation-to-technology,

info-resource of Socgvc

description::
* https://moreequalanimals.com/assets/MoreEqualAnimals-1.15.2021.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc'Infrsc,

DOING of Socgvc

description::
· any doing of Socgvc.
===
"The challenge of government is that it is supposed to be operated by individuals for the benefit of society, but individuals are easily corrupted by the ability to use the power society grants them for personal gain.
... It is not enough for the government to serve some; it must serve all.
... a government that allows secession without war is a government that has the people's willing consent and serves all the people. Anyone who wasn’t served could secede."
[{2021-01-16} https://moreequalanimals.com/assets/MoreEqualAnimals-1.15.2021.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng,
* McsEngl.governing-of-society!⇒Socgvcdng,
* McsEngl.Socgvc'doing!⇒Socgvcdng,
* McsEngl.society'governing!⇒Socgvcdng,

Socgvcdng.SPECIFIC

description::
* public-service,
* G2C,
* G2B,
* G2G,
* G2E,

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng.specific,

Socgvcdng.public-service

description::
· any doing of Socgvc on oznConsumption or oznProduction.
· governance-service is a-governance-satisfier.

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvcservice!⇒Socgvcsvc,
* McsEngl.Socgvcsvc,
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng.public-service!⇒Socgvcsvc,
* McsEngl.governance-service-of-society!⇒Socgvcdng,
* McsEngl.government-service-of-society!⇒Socgvcdng,
* McsEngl.public-service!⇒Socgvcsvc,
* McsEngl.sfrGvcService!⇒Socgvcsvc,

specific-tree-of-Socgvcsvc::
* paper-based-Socgvcsvc,
* digital-based-Socgvcsvc,
===
* car-registration,
* claiming-pension-benefits,
* paying-taxes,

Socgvcdng.policy

description::
· a-method of Socgvc'doing.

name::
* McsEngl.Socpolicy,
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng.policy!⇒Socpolicy,
* McsEngl.policy!⇒Socpolicy,

Socgvcdng.rule-of-law of Socgvc

name::
* McsEngl.rule-of-law,
* McsEngl.society'att011-rule-of-law,
* McsEngl.society'rule-of-law,
* McsEngl.Socgvc'rule-of-law,
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng.rule-of-law,

description::
"What is the Rule of Law?
The Four Universal Principles
The rule of law is a durable system of laws, institutions, norms, and community commitment that delivers:
Accountability
The government as well as private actors are accountable under the law.
Just Laws
The laws are clear, publicized, and stable; are applied evenly; and protect fundamental rights, including the security of persons and contract, property, and human rights.
Open Government
The processes by which the laws are enacted, administered, and enforced are accessible, fair, and efficient.
Accessible Justice
Justice is delivered timely by competent, ethical, and independent representatives and neutrals who are accessible, have adequate resources, and reflect the makeup of the communities they serve.
These four universal principles constitute a working definition of the rule of law. They were developed in accordance with internationally accepted standards and norms, and were tested and refined in consultation with a wide variety of experts worldwide."
[{2020-05-25} https://worldjusticeproject.org/about-us/overview/what-rule-law]
===
"The rule of law is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as: "The authority and influence of law in society, especially when viewed as a constraint on individual and institutional behavior; (hence) the principle whereby all members of a society (including those in government) are considered equally subject to publicly disclosed legal codes and processes."[2] The term "rule of law" is closely related to "constitutionalism" as well as "Rechtsstaat", and refers to a political situation, not to any specific legal rule.[3][4][5]
Use of the phrase can be traced to 16th-century Britain, and in the following century the Scottish theologian Samuel Rutherford employed it in arguing against the divine right of kings.[6] John Locke wrote that freedom in society means being subject only to laws made by a legislature that apply to everyone, with a person being otherwise free from both governmental and private restrictions upon liberty. "The rule of law" was further popularized in the 19th century by British jurist A. V. Dicey. However, the principle, if not the phrase itself, was recognized by ancient thinkers; for example, Aristotle wrote: "It is more proper that law should govern than any one of the citizens".[7]
The rule of law implies that every person is subject to the law, including people who are lawmakers, law enforcement officials, and judges.[8] In this sense, it stands in contrast to tyranny or oligarchy where the rulers are held above the law.[citation needed] Lack of the rule of law can be found in both democracies and monarchies, for example when there is neglect or ignorance of the law. The rule of law is more apt to decay if a government has insufficient corrective mechanisms for restoring it."
[{2020-05-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_law]

Socgvcdng.rule-of-jungle of Socgvc

description::
"Only under the law of the jungle does it make sense for the 51% to rule over the 49%. In fact, under the law of the jungle it is legitimate for 51% to kill the 49%. It is also legitimate, under the law of the jungle, for 1% to kill the 99% if they had the power to do so. What is the difference between 51% threatening to kill the 49% if they don’t comply and 51% actually killing them? If the 51% don’t actually believe in genocide (or the threat thereof) then it follows that they should allow the 49% to secede."

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvcdng.rule-of-jungle,
* McsEngl.law-of-jungle,
* McsEngl.rule-of-jungle,
* McsEngl.society'att035-rule-of-jungle,
* McsEngl.society'rule-of-jungle,

Socgvc.SPECIFIC

description::
* digital-Socgvc,
* open-Socgvc,

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc.specific,

Socgvc.open-001

description::
"Open government strategies and initiatives are based on the principles of transparency, integrity, accountability and stakeholder participation."
[{2020-11-01} https://www.oecd.org/gov/open-government/]

name::
* McsEngl.Socgvc.001-open,
* McsEngl.Socgvc.open,
* McsEngl.open-governance,
* McsEngl.open-government,

Socgvc.digital-002

description::
"E-government (short for electronic government) is the use of technological communications devices, such as computers and the Internet to provide public services to citizens and other persons in a country or region. E-government offers new opportunities for more direct and convenient citizen access to government, and for government provision of services directly to citizens.[1]
The term consists of the digital interactions between a citizen and their government (C2G), between governments and other government agencies (G2G), between government and citizens (G2C), between government and employees (G2E), and between government and businesses/commerces (G2B). E-government delivery models can be broken down into the following categories:[2] This interaction consists of citizens communicating with all levels of government (city, state/province, national, and international), facilitating citizen involvement in governance using information and communication technology (ICT) (such as computers and websites) and business process re-engineering (BPR). Brabham and Guth (2017) interviewed the third party designers of e-government tools in North America about the ideals of user interaction that they build into their technologies, which include progressive values, ubiquitous participation, geolocation, and education of the public.[3]"
[{2020-12-10} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government]

name::
* McsEngl.connected-government!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.digital-government!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.e-gov!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.e-government!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.electronic-government!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.Socgvc.002-digital!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.Socgvc.digital!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.internet-governance!⇒SocgvcDigi,
* McsEngl.online-government!⇒SocgvcDigi,

DOING of SocgvcDigi

description::
"Examples of online transactional services, employed in e-governments include:[10]
* Applying for a birth certificate,
* Applying for a building permit,
* Applying for a business license,
* Applying for a death certificate,
* Applying for a driver's license,
* Applying for environmental permits,
* Applying for government vacancies online,
* Applying for land title registration,
* Applying for a marriage certificate,
* Applying for a personal identity card,
* Applying for social protection programs,
* Applying for a visa,
* Declaring to police,
* Paying fines,
* Paying for utilities (water, gas electricity),
* Registering a business,
* Registering a motor vehicle,
* Submitting a change of address,
* Submitting income taxes,
* Submitting Value Added Tax",
[{2020-12-10} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government#Examples_of_online_transactional_services]

name::
* McsEngl.SocgvcDigi'doing,

05_health of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'05_health,
* McsEngl.society'att003-health,
* McsEngl.society'evaluation,
* McsEngl.society'health-att003,

description::
· any well|bad-being state of a-society.

well-being of society

description::
· not dysfunction or dystructure.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att045-disorderNo!⇒society'healthGood,
* McsEngl.society'disorderNo!⇒society'healthGood,
* McsEngl.society'healthGood,
* McsEngl.society'well-being!⇒society'healthGood,

specific-tree-of-society'healthGood::
* adequate-growth-vs-inadequate-growth,
* employment-vs-unemployment,
* environmental-cleaness--vs--environmental-pollution,
* equality-vs-discimination,
* peace-vs-conflict,
* unity-vs-division,

bad-being of society

description::
· dysfunction or dystructure.
===

name::
* McsEngl.Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.disorder-of-society!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.problem-of-society!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.social-problem!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.society'att012-disorder!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.society'bad-being!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.society'disorder!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.society'healthBad!⇒Socdisorder,
* McsEngl.society'problem!⇒Socdisorder,

Socdisorder.SPECIFIC

description::
* conflict-vs-peace,
* discrimination-vs-euality,
* division-vs-unity,
* economic-shock,
* environmental-pollution--vs--environmental-cleaness,
* inadequate-growth-vs-adequate-growth,
* natural-disaster,
* political-disaster,
* unemployment-vs-employment,
===
* crime,
* fraud,
* theft,
===
"The Seven Social Sins are:
* Wealth without work.
* Pleasure without conscience.
* Knowledge without character.
* Commerce without morality.
* Science without humanity.
* Worship without sacrifice.
* Politics without principle.
-- Frederick Lewis Donaldson"
[{2020-05-29} https://twitter.com/ProfFeynman/status/1266440214978928646]

name::
* McsEngl.Socdisorder.specific,

Socdisorder.corruption-001

description::
· December-9 is anti-corruption-day.
[https://twitter.com/wef/status/1336687381362192384]

name::
* McsEngl.society'corruption,
* McsEngl.Socdisorder.001-corruption,
* McsEngl.Socdisorder.corruption,

Socdisorder.inequality-002

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Socdisorder.002-inequality,
* McsEngl.Socdisorder.inequality,
* McsEngl.inequality-of-society,

International-inequalities-institute-Lse of Socdisorder

description::
"The International Inequalities Institute at LSE brings together experts from many LSE departments and centres to lead critical and cutting edge research to understand why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges."
[{2020-12-17} https://www.lse.ac.uk/International-Inequalities]

name::
* International-inequalities-institute-Lse,
* McsEngl.Socdisorder'indequality'International-inequalities-institute-Lse,

reputation of society

description::
"The reputation of a social entity (a person, a social group, an organization, or a place) is an opinion about that entity, typically as a result of social evaluation on a set of criteria, such as behaviour or performance.[1]"
[{2021-03-06} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reputation]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att058-reputation,
* McsEngl.society'reputation,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.φήμη!=society'reputation,

addressWpg::
* https://aeon.co/ideas/say-goodbye-to-the-information-age-its-all-about-reputation-now,

independence of society

description::
"There is a story about a man who wanted to eat wild turkey every Thanksgiving. He would go hunting and have to be very quiet so he didn’t alert the turkeys. Some years he would catch a turkey; other years he would fail.
Then one year he had an idea. An awful idea. He had a wonderful awful idea! Every day he would go out and feed the wild turkeys. Over time the turkeys grew fat and let down their guard. They would come running every time he came out with the feed bucket. From that year on the man could walk up and catch a turkey by hand and never had to worry about missing a Thanksgiving dinner again.
If you don’t want to end up someone’s Thanksgiving dinner, then you must be on guard against anything that undermines your independence and makes you “fat and happy”. You can watch this process in action in many modern business models.
... Independence is a necessary precondition for secession, and the ability to secede is necessary to secure independence. When negotiating a peace treaty you must establish a process for secession"
[{2021-01-17} https://moreequalanimals.com/assets/MoreEqualAnimals-1.15.2021.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att036-independence,
* McsEngl.society'independence,

technology of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'technology,
* McsEngl.society'att010-technology,
* McsEngl.society'technology-att010,

description::
·

place of society

description::
· a-place associated with a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'place,
* McsEngl.society'att012-place,
* McsEngl.society'place,

total-area of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'total-area,
* McsEngl.society/area,

land-area of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'land-area,
* McsEngl.society/area.land,

water-area of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'water-area,
* McsEngl.society/area.water,

continent of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'continent,

bordering-society of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'bordering-society,

border-length of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'border-length,

time-zone of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society'att051-time-zone,
* McsEngl.society/time-zone,

city of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.city//society,
* McsEngl.society'att043-city,
* McsEngl.society'city,

capital-city of society

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.capital-city//society,
* McsEngl.society'att044-capital-city,
* McsEngl.society'capital-city,

ecosystem (link) of society

Nature (link) of society

digital-society

description::
· the-digital portion of the-society.
===
"One country that had no problem at all doing almost everything online was Estonia, a tiny nation of 1.3 million people, which is without question, the most advanced digital society in the world.
Long before Covid-19, Estonia had already gone fully digital, providing government services, schooling, voting and healthcare online."
[{2020-07-30} https://www.nst.com.my/lifestyle/sunday-vibes/2020/07/611652/future-proof-worlds-most-advanced-digital-society]

name::
* McsEngl.digital-society!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.digitally-advanced-society!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.e-society!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.eSociety!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.information-society!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.knowledge-society!⇒Socdigi,
* McsEngl.Socdigi,
* McsEngl.Socdigital!⇒Socdigi,

digital-economy (link) of Socdigi

digital-governance (link) of Socdigi

MISC-ATTRIBUTE of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'misc-attribute,

culture of society

description::
"Culture (/ˈkʌltʃər/) is an umbrella term which encompasses the social behavior and norms found in human societies, as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities, and habits of the individuals in these groups.[1]
Humans acquire culture through the learning processes of enculturation and socialization, which is shown by the diversity of cultures across societies.
A cultural norm codifies acceptable conduct in society; it serves as a guideline for behavior, dress, language, and demeanor in a situation, which serves as a template for expectations in a social group. Accepting only a monoculture in a social group can bear risks, just as a single species can wither in the face of environmental change, for lack of functional responses to the change.[2] Thus in military culture, valor is counted a typical behavior for an individual and duty, honor, and loyalty to the social group are counted as virtues or functional responses in the continuum of conflict. In the practice of religion, analogous attributes can be identified in a social group."
[{2021-02-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture]

name::
* McsEngl.culture//society,
* McsEngl.society'att053-culture,
* McsEngl.society/culture,

specific-tree-of-culture//society::
* art,
** architecture,
** cinema,
** literature,
** music,
* fashion,
* religion,
* sports,
* television,

fairness of society

description::
"impartial and just treatment or behavior without favoritism or discrimination."
[{2021-07-05 retrieved} Google-dic]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att059-fairness,
* McsEngl.society'fairness,

inclusiveness of society

description::
· not excluding any of its members.
· everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att060-inclusiveness,
* McsEngl.society'inclusiveness,

flag of society

description::
"A national flag is a flag that represents and symbolizes a given nation. It is flown by the government of that nation, but usually can also be flown by its citizens. A national flag is typically designed with specific meanings for its colours and symbols, which may also be used separately from the flag as a symbol of the nation. The design of a national flag is sometimes altered after the occurrence of important historical events. The burning or destruction of a national flag is a greatly symbolic act."
[{2020-11-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_flag]

name::
* McsEngl.flag-of-society!⇒flagSociety,
* McsEngl.flagSociety,
* McsEngl.society'att024-flag!⇒flagSociety,
* McsEngl.society'flag!⇒flagSociety,

addressWpg::
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_flags,
* https://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/,
* https://alanedwardes.com/blog/posts/country-code-to-flag-emoji-csharp/,

specific-tree-of-flagSociety::
* McsEngl.flagAscension-Island--🇦🇨,
* McsEngl.flagAndorra--🇦🇩,
* McsEngl.flagUnited-Arab-Emirates--🇦🇪,
* McsEngl.flagAfghanistan--🇦🇫,
* McsEngl.flagAntigua-and-Barbuda--🇦🇬,
* McsEngl.flagAnguilla--🇦🇮,
* McsEngl.flagAlbania--🇦🇱,
* McsEngl.flagArmenia--🇦🇲,
* McsEngl.flagAngola--🇦🇴,
* McsEngl.flagAntarctica--🇦🇶,
* McsEngl.flagArgentina--🇦🇷,
* McsEngl.flagAmerican-Samoa--🇦🇸,
* McsEngl.flagAustria--🇦🇹,
* McsEngl.flagAustralia--🇦🇺,
* McsEngl.flagAruba--🇦🇼,
* McsEngl.flagÅland-Islands--🇦🇽,
* McsEngl.flagAzerbaijan--🇦🇿,
* McsEngl.flagBosnia-and-Herzegovina--🇧🇦,
* McsEngl.flagBarbados--🇧🇧,
* McsEngl.flagBangladesh--🇧🇩,
* McsEngl.flagBelgium--🇧🇪,
* McsEngl.flagBurkina-Faso--🇧🇫,
* McsEngl.flagBulgaria--🇧🇬,
* McsEngl.flagBahrain--🇧🇭,
* McsEngl.flagBurundi--🇧🇮,
* McsEngl.flagBenin--🇧🇯,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Barthélemy--🇧🇱,
* McsEngl.flagBermuda--🇧🇲,
* McsEngl.flagBrunei--🇧🇳,
* McsEngl.flagBolivia--🇧🇴,
* McsEngl.flagCaribbean-Netherlands--🇧🇶,
* McsEngl.flagBrazil--🇧🇷,
* McsEngl.flagBahamas--🇧🇸,
* McsEngl.flagBhutan--🇧🇹,
* McsEngl.flagBouvet-Island--🇧🇻,
* McsEngl.flagBotswana--🇧🇼,
* McsEngl.flagBelarus--🇧🇾,
* McsEngl.flagBelize--🇧🇿,
* McsEngl.flagCanada--🇨🇦,
* McsEngl.flagCocos-(Keeling)-Islands--🇨🇨,
* McsEngl.flagCongo---Kinshasa--🇨🇩,
* McsEngl.flagCentral-African-Republic--🇨🇫,
* McsEngl.flagCongo---Brazzaville--🇨🇬,
* McsEngl.flagSwitzerland--🇨🇭,
* McsEngl.flagCôte-d’Ivoire--🇨🇮,
* McsEngl.flagCook-Islands--🇨🇰,
* McsEngl.flagChile--🇨🇱,
* McsEngl.flagCameroon--🇨🇲,
* McsEngl.flagChina--🇨🇳,
* McsEngl.flagColombia--🇨🇴,
* McsEngl.flagClipperton-Island--🇨🇵,
* McsEngl.flagCosta-Rica--🇨🇷,
* McsEngl.flagCuba--🇨🇺,
* McsEngl.flagCape-Verde--🇨🇻,
* McsEngl.flagCuraçao--🇨🇼,
* McsEngl.flagChristmas-Island--🇨🇽,
* McsEngl.flagCyprus--🇨🇾,
* McsEngl.flagCzechia--🇨🇿,
* McsEngl.flagGermany--🇩🇪,
* McsEngl.flagDiego-Garcia--🇩🇬,
* McsEngl.flagDjibouti--🇩🇯,
* McsEngl.flagDenmark--🇩🇰,
* McsEngl.flagDominica--🇩🇲,
* McsEngl.flagDominican-Republic--🇩🇴,
* McsEngl.flagAlgeria--🇩🇿,
* McsEngl.flagCeuta-and-Melilla--🇪🇦,
* McsEngl.flagEcuador--🇪🇨,
* McsEngl.flagEstonia--🇪🇪,
* McsEngl.flagEgypt--🇪🇬,
* McsEngl.flagWestern-Sahara--🇪🇭,
* McsEngl.flagEritrea--🇪🇷,
* McsEngl.flagSpain--🇪🇸,
* McsEngl.flagEthiopia--🇪🇹,
* McsEngl.flagEuropean-Union--🇪🇺,
* McsEngl.flagFinland--🇫🇮,
* McsEngl.flagFiji--🇫🇯,
* McsEngl.flagFalkland-Islands--🇫🇰,
* McsEngl.flagMicronesia--🇫🇲,
* McsEngl.flagFaroe-Islands--🇫🇴,
* McsEngl.flagFrance--🇫🇷,
* McsEngl.flagGabon--🇬🇦,
* McsEngl.flagUnited-Kingdom--🇬🇧,
* McsEngl.flagGrenada--🇬🇩,
* McsEngl.flagGeorgia--🇬🇪,
* McsEngl.flagFrench-Guiana--🇬🇫,
* McsEngl.flagGuernsey--🇬🇬,
* McsEngl.flagGhana--🇬🇭,
* McsEngl.flagGibraltar--🇬🇮,
* McsEngl.flagGreenland--🇬🇱,
* McsEngl.flagGambia--🇬🇲,
* McsEngl.flagGuinea--🇬🇳,
* McsEngl.flagGuadeloupe--🇬🇵,
* McsEngl.flagEquatorial-Guinea--🇬🇶,
* McsEngl.flagGreece--🇬🇷,
* McsEngl.flagSouth-Georgia-and-South-Sandwich-Islands--🇬🇸,
* McsEngl.flagGuatemala--🇬🇹,
* McsEngl.flagGuam--🇬🇺,
* McsEngl.flagGuinea-Bissau--🇬🇼,
* McsEngl.flagGuyana--🇬🇾,
* McsEngl.flagHong-Kong-SAR-China--🇭🇰,
* McsEngl.flagHeard-and-McDonald-Islands--🇭🇲,
* McsEngl.flagHonduras--🇭🇳,
* McsEngl.flagCroatia--🇭🇷,
* McsEngl.flagHaiti--🇭🇹,
* McsEngl.flagHungary--🇭🇺,
* McsEngl.flagCanary-Islands--🇮🇨,
* McsEngl.flagIndonesia--🇮🇩,
* McsEngl.flagIreland--🇮🇪,
* McsEngl.flagIsrael--🇮🇱,
* McsEngl.flagIsle-of-Man--🇮🇲,
* McsEngl.flagIndia--🇮🇳,
* McsEngl.flagBritish-Indian-Ocean-Territory--🇮🇴,
* McsEngl.flagIraq--🇮🇶,
* McsEngl.flagIran--🇮🇷,
* McsEngl.flagIceland--🇮🇸,
* McsEngl.flagItaly--🇮🇹,
* McsEngl.flagJersey--🇯🇪,
* McsEngl.flagJamaica--🇯🇲,
* McsEngl.flagJordan--🇯🇴,
* McsEngl.flagJapan--🇯🇵,
* McsEngl.flagKenya--🇰🇪,
* McsEngl.flagKyrgyzstan--🇰🇬,
* McsEngl.flagCambodia--🇰🇭,
* McsEngl.flagKiribati--🇰🇮,
* McsEngl.flagComoros--🇰🇲,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Kitts-and-Nevis--🇰🇳,
* McsEngl.flagNorth-Korea--🇰🇵,
* McsEngl.flagSouth-Korea--🇰🇷,
* McsEngl.flagKuwait--🇰🇼,
* McsEngl.flagCayman-Islands--🇰🇾,
* McsEngl.flagKazakhstan--🇰🇿,
* McsEngl.flagLaos--🇱🇦,
* McsEngl.flagLebanon--🇱🇧,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Lucia--🇱🇨,
* McsEngl.flagLiechtenstein--🇱🇮,
* McsEngl.flagSri-Lanka--🇱🇰,
* McsEngl.flagLiberia--🇱🇷,
* McsEngl.flagLesotho--🇱🇸,
* McsEngl.flagLithuania--🇱🇹,
* McsEngl.flagLuxembourg--🇱🇺,
* McsEngl.flagLatvia--🇱🇻,
* McsEngl.flagLibya--🇱🇾,
* McsEngl.flagMorocco--🇲🇦,
* McsEngl.flagMonaco--🇲🇨,
* McsEngl.flagMoldova--🇲🇩,
* McsEngl.flagMontenegro--🇲🇪,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Martin--🇲🇫,
* McsEngl.flagMadagascar--🇲🇬,
* McsEngl.flagMarshall-Islands--🇲🇭,
* McsEngl.flagNorth-Macedonia--🇲🇰,
* McsEngl.flagMali--🇲🇱,
* McsEngl.flagMyanmar-(Burma)--🇲🇲,
* McsEngl.flagMongolia--🇲🇳,
* McsEngl.flagMacao-SAR-China--🇲🇴,
* McsEngl.flagNorthern-Mariana-Islands--🇲🇵,
* McsEngl.flagMartinique--🇲🇶,
* McsEngl.flagMauritania--🇲🇷,
* McsEngl.flagMontserrat--🇲🇸,
* McsEngl.flagMalta--🇲🇹,
* McsEngl.flagMauritius--🇲🇺,
* McsEngl.flagMaldives--🇲🇻,
* McsEngl.flagMalawi--🇲🇼,
* McsEngl.flagMexico--🇲🇽,
* McsEngl.flagMalaysia--🇲🇾,
* McsEngl.flagMozambique--🇲🇿,
* McsEngl.flagNamibia--🇳🇦,
* McsEngl.flagNew-Caledonia--🇳🇨,
* McsEngl.flagNiger--🇳🇪,
* McsEngl.flagNorfolk-Island--🇳🇫,
* McsEngl.flagNigeria--🇳🇬,
* McsEngl.flagNicaragua--🇳🇮,
* McsEngl.flagNetherlands--🇳🇱,
* McsEngl.flagNorway--🇳🇴,
* McsEngl.flagNepal--🇳🇵,
* McsEngl.flagNauru--🇳🇷,
* McsEngl.flagNiue--🇳🇺,
* McsEngl.flagNew-Zealand--🇳🇿,
* McsEngl.flagOman--🇴🇲,
* McsEngl.flagPanama--🇵🇦,
* McsEngl.flagPeru--🇵🇪,
* McsEngl.flagFrench-Polynesia--🇵🇫,
* McsEngl.flagPapua-New-Guinea--🇵🇬,
* McsEngl.flagPhilippines--🇵🇭,
* McsEngl.flagPakistan--🇵🇰,
* McsEngl.flagPoland--🇵🇱,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Pierre-and-Miquelon--🇵🇲,
* McsEngl.flagPitcairn-Islands--🇵🇳,
* McsEngl.flagPuerto-Rico--🇵🇷,
* McsEngl.flagPalestinian-Territories--🇵🇸,
* McsEngl.flagPortugal--🇵🇹,
* McsEngl.flagPalau--🇵🇼,
* McsEngl.flagParaguay--🇵🇾,
* McsEngl.flagQatar--🇶🇦,
* McsEngl.flagRéunion--🇷🇪,
* McsEngl.flagRomania--🇷🇴,
* McsEngl.flagSerbia--🇷🇸,
* McsEngl.flagRussia--🇷🇺,
* McsEngl.flagRwanda--🇷🇼,
* McsEngl.flagSaudi-Arabia--🇸🇦,
* McsEngl.flagSolomon-Islands--🇸🇧,
* McsEngl.flagSeychelles--🇸🇨,
* McsEngl.flagSudan--🇸🇩,
* McsEngl.flagSweden--🇸🇪,
* McsEngl.flagSingapore--🇸🇬,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Helena--🇸🇭,
* McsEngl.flagSlovenia--🇸🇮,
* McsEngl.flagSvalbard-and-Jan-Mayen--🇸🇯,
* McsEngl.flagSlovakia--🇸🇰,
* McsEngl.flagSierra-Leone--🇸🇱,
* McsEngl.flagSan-Marino--🇸🇲,
* McsEngl.flagSenegal--🇸🇳,
* McsEngl.flagSomalia--🇸🇴,
* McsEngl.flagSuriname--🇸🇷,
* McsEngl.flagSouth-Sudan--🇸🇸,
* McsEngl.flagSão-Tomé-and-Príncipe--🇸🇹,
* McsEngl.flagEl-Salvador--🇸🇻,
* McsEngl.flagSint-Maarten--🇸🇽,
* McsEngl.flagSyria--🇸🇾,
* McsEngl.flagEswatini--🇸🇿,
* McsEngl.flagTristan-da-Cunha--🇹🇦,
* McsEngl.flagTurks-and-Caicos-Islands--🇹🇨,
* McsEngl.flagChad--🇹🇩,
* McsEngl.flagFrench-Southern-Territories--🇹🇫,
* McsEngl.flagTogo--🇹🇬,
* McsEngl.flagThailand--🇹🇭,
* McsEngl.flagTajikistan--🇹🇯,
* McsEngl.flagTokelau--🇹🇰,
* McsEngl.flagTimor-Leste--🇹🇱,
* McsEngl.flagTurkmenistan--🇹🇲,
* McsEngl.flagTunisia--🇹🇳,
* McsEngl.flagTonga--🇹🇴,
* McsEngl.flagTurkey--🇹🇷,
* McsEngl.flagTrinidad-and-Tobago--🇹🇹,
* McsEngl.flagTuvalu--🇹🇻,
* McsEngl.flagTaiwan--🇹🇼,
* McsEngl.flagTanzania--🇹🇿,
* McsEngl.flagUkraine--🇺🇦,
* McsEngl.flagUganda--🇺🇬,
* McsEngl.flagU.S.Outlying-Islands--🇺🇲,
* McsEngl.flagUnited-Nations--🇺🇳,
* McsEngl.flagUnited-States--🇺🇸,
* McsEngl.flagUruguay--🇺🇾,
* McsEngl.flagUzbekistan--🇺🇿,
* McsEngl.flagVatican-City--🇻🇦,
* McsEngl.flagSt.Vincent-and-Grenadines--🇻🇨,
* McsEngl.flagVenezuela--🇻🇪,
* McsEngl.flagBritish-Virgin-Islands--🇻🇬,
* McsEngl.flagU.S.Virgin-Islands--🇻🇮,
* McsEngl.flagVietnam--🇻🇳,
* McsEngl.flagVanuatu--🇻🇺,
* McsEngl.flagWallis-and-Futuna--🇼🇫,
* McsEngl.flagSamoa--🇼🇸,
* McsEngl.flagKosovo--🇽🇰,
* McsEngl.flagYemen--🇾🇪,
* McsEngl.flagMayotte--🇾🇹,
* McsEngl.flagSouth-Africa--🇿🇦,
* McsEngl.flagZambia--🇿🇲,
* McsEngl.flagZimbabwe--🇿🇼,

internet-TLD of society

description::
"A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) is an Internet top-level domain generally used or reserved for a country, sovereign state, or dependent territory identified with a country code. All ASCII ccTLD identifiers are two letters long, and all two-letter top-level domains are ccTLDs.
In 2018, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) began implementing internationalized country code top-level domains, consisting of language-native characters when displayed in an end-user application. Creation and delegation of ccTLDs is described in RFC 1591, corresponding to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes. While gTLDs have to obey international regulations, ccTLDs are subjected to requirements that are determined by each country’s domain name regulation corporation. With over 150 million domain name registrations today, ccTLDs make up 40% of the total domain name industry.[1] Country code extension applications began in 1985. The registered first extensions that year were .us (United States), .uk (United Kingdom), and .il (Israel).[2] There are 312 ccTLDs in active use totally. The .cn, .tk, .de and .uk ccTLDs contain the highest number of domains.[3]"
[{2021-02-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_code_top-level_domain]

name::
* McsEngl.ccTLD,
* McsEngl.society'att052-internet-TLD,
* McsEngl.society'ccTLD,
* McsEngl.society'internet-TLD,

driving-site of society

description::
"Left-hand traffic (LHT) and right-hand traffic (RHT) are the practices, in bidirectional traffic, of keeping to the left side or to the right side of the road, respectively. They are fundamental to traffic flow, and are sometimes referred to as the rule of the road.[1]
RHT is used in 165 countries and territories, with the remaining 75 countries and territories using LHT.[2] Countries that use LHT account for about a sixth of the world's land area, with about a third of its population and a quarter of its roads.[3] In 1919, 104 of the world's territories were LHT and an equal number were RHT. Between 1919 and 1986, 34 of the LHT territories switched to RHT.[4]
Many of the countries that adopted LHT were formerly part of the British Empire, although some, such as Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Nepal, Suriname, Sweden (now RHT), and Thailand, to name a few, were not. Similarly, many of the countries that were a part of the French colonial empire adopted RHT.
In LHT traffic keeps left, and cars usually have the steering wheel on the right (RHD – right hand drive), putting the driver on the side closer to the centre of the road. Roundabouts circulate clockwise. RHT is the opposite of this: traffic keeps right, the driver usually sits on the left side of the car (LHD), and roundabouts circulate anticlockwise.
In most countries rail traffic follows the handedness of the roads, although many of the countries that switched road traffic from LHT to RHT did not switch their trains. Boat traffic on rivers is effectively RHT. Boats are traditionally piloted from the starboard side to facilitate priority to the right."
[{2021-02-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Left-_and_right-hand_traffic]

name::
* McsEngl.society'att055-driving-site,
* McsEngl.society/driving-site,

info-resource of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'Infrsc,

addressWpg::
* https://opengov.ellak.gr/2020/11/01/o-kataskopeftikos-kapitalismos-elegchi-tin-anthropini-simperifora/,

science of society

description::
"Sociology is the study of human behavior. Sociology refers to social behavior, society, patterns of social relationships, social interaction, and culture that surrounds everyday life.[1][2][3] It is a social science that uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis[4]:3–5 to develop a body of knowledge about social order and social change.[4]:32–40 Sociology can also be defined as the general science of society. While some sociologists conduct research that may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes. Subject matter can range from micro-level analyses of society (i.e., of individual interaction and agency) to macro-level analyses (i.e., of systems and the social structure).[5]
Traditional focuses of sociology include social stratification, social class, social mobility, religion, secularization, law, sexuality, gender, and deviance. As all spheres of human activity are affected by the interplay between social structure and individual agency, sociology has gradually expanded its focus to other subjects and institutions, such as health and the institution of medicine; economy; military; punishment and systems of control; the Internet; education; social capital; and the role of social activity in the development of scientific knowledge.
The range of social scientific methods has also expanded, as social researchers draw upon a variety of qualitative and quantitative techniques. The linguistic and cultural turns of the mid-20th century, especially, have led to increasingly interpretative, hermeneutic, and philosophic approaches towards the analysis of society. Conversely, the turn of the 21st century has seen the rise of new analytically, mathematically, and computationally rigorous techniques, such as agent-based modelling and social network analysis.[6][7]
Social research has influence throughout various industries and sectors of life, such as among politicians, policy makers, and legislators; educators; planners; administrators; developers; business magnates and managers; social workers; non-governmental organizations; and non-profit organizations, as well as individuals interested in resolving social issues in general. As such, there is often a great deal of crossover between social research, market research, and other statistical fields.[8]"
[{2020-11-01} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sociology]

name::
* McsEngl.science.society,
* McsEngl.society'att019-science,
* McsEngl.society'science,
* McsEngl.sociology,

structure of society

description::
* satisfier-subsystem,
* household-subsystem,

name::
* McsEngl.society'structure,

DOING of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'attDoing,
* McsEngl.society'doing,

description::
* governing,
* satisfiring,

evoluting of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'evoluting!⇒Socevg,

{2019-12-26}::
=== McsHitp-creation:
· creation of current concept.

creation of society

description::
· the-process of creation of a-new society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att056-creation,
* McsEngl.society'creation,

dissolution of society

description::
· the-end of existance of a-society.

name::
* McsEngl.society'att057-dissolution,
* McsEngl.society'demise,
* McsEngl.society'dissolution,

millennium-3000-{2001..3000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-3000,

century-2100-{2001..2100} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-2100,

decade-2020-{2011..2020} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-2020,

{i10-2020}-society.new::
* {2011-07-09}⇨South-Sudan⇨Separation of Southern Sudan from Sudan
* {2014-09-21}⇨Yemen⇨Houthis seized control of the bulk of the former North Yemen territory and its capital Sana'a
* {2020-04-26}⇨Yemen⇨Southern Transitional Council declares self-governance of Socotra and some areas controlled by the former PDR Yemen
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.2020}-society'new,

decade-2010-{2001..2010} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-2010,

{i10-2010}-society.new::
* {2002-05-20}⇨Timor-Leste⇨Independence was recognized by the international community following the UN-sponsored act of self-determination of 1999
* {2006-06-03}⇨Montenegro⇨Declaration of independence from Serbia and Montenegro
* {2006}⇨Serbia⇨Independence restored
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* {2008-02-17}⇨Kosovo⇨unilaterally declared its independence from Serbia.[12] It has since gained diplomatic recognition as a sovereign state by 98 UN member states.
[{2020-12-09} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosovo]
* McsEngl.{i10.2010}-society'new,

millennium-2000-{1001..2000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-2000,

century-2000-{1901..2000} of society

{i100-2000}-society::
* about 150 new societies created, and about ? dissolved,
* {1991} the-WORLD-WIDE-WEB available to general public,
* {1971-08-15} president Nixon stopped conversion of dollar to gold,
* {1969-07-20} the-United-States'-Apollo-11 was the first crewed-mission that landed on the-MOON,.
* {1945} ENIAC the first digital electronic programmable turing-complete COMPUTER,
* {1939..1945} second world-war,
* {1922..1991} existed the-Union-of-Soviet-Socialist-Republics,
* {1914..1918} first world-war,
* {1903-12-17} the first flight of AIRPLANE, the Wright Flyer,
* McsEngl.{i100.2000}-society,

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-2000,

decade-2000-{1991..2000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-2000,

{i10-2000}-society.new::
* {1991-04-09}⇨Georgia⇨Independence from the Soviet Union declared
* {1991-04-29}⇨Albania⇨Socialist People's Republic of Albania was replaced by the Republic of Albania
* {1991-05-15}⇨Germany⇨Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany ends the Four Power occupation
* {1991-05-18}⇨Somalia⇨Somaliland declares independence, but is not recognized by any UN state
* {1991-06-25}⇨Slovenia⇨Declaration of independence from Yugoslavia
* {1991-08-20}⇨Estonia⇨Independence (from Soviet-Union) reasserted, end of occupation
* {1991-08-24}⇨Ukraine⇨from Soviet-Union
* {1991-08-25}⇨Belarus⇨Independence recognized by Soviet-Union
* {1991-08-27}⇨Moldova⇨Independence from Soviet-Union
* {1991-08-31}⇨Kyrgyzstan⇨from Soviet-Union
* {1991-08-31}⇨Uzbekistan⇨from Soviet-Union declared
* {1991-09-08}⇨North-Macedonia⇨After a referendum, the Socialist Republic of Macedonia declared independence from Yugoslavia
* {1991-09-09}⇨Tajikistan⇨from Soviet-Union
* {1991-09-21}⇨Armenia⇨Independence recognized by Soviet-Union
* {1991-10-08}⇨Croatia⇨Independence from SFR-Yugoslavia
* {1991-10-18}⇨Azerbaijan⇨Declaration of independence from Soviet-Union
* {1991-10-27}⇨Turkmenistan⇨from Soviet-Union
* {1991-11-28}⇨Georgia⇨South Ossetia unilaterally declared independence
* {1991-12-16}⇨Kazakhstan⇨Independence declared from Soviet-Union
* {1992-03-03}⇨Bosnia-and-Herzegovina⇨Independence declared from the SFR Yugoslavia
* {1992-07-23}⇨Georgia⇨Abkhazia unilaterally declared independence
* {1992}⇨Serbia⇨Serbia and Montenegro
* {1993-01-01}⇨Czech-Republic⇨Dissolution of Czechoslovakia, creating Czech Republic and Slovakia
* {1993-01-01}⇨Slovakia⇨Dissolution of Czechoslovakia, creating Slovakia and Czech Republic
* {1993-05-24}⇨Eritrea⇨from Ethiopia declared
* {1994-10-01}⇨Palau⇨Emerged from United Nations trusteeship (administered by the United States)
* {1996-11-28}⇨Belarus⇨Constitutional amendment abolishes the Supreme Soviet and establishes the National Assembly
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.2000}-society'new,

decade-1990-{1981..1990} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1990,

{i10-1990}-society.new::
* {1981-09-21}⇨Belize⇨from UK
* {1983-09-19}⇨Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis⇨from UK
* {1983-11-15}⇨Cyprus⇨Northern Cyprus declares independence. The government has de facto control of the northern part of the island, but is only recognised by Turkey
* {1984-01-01}⇨Brunei⇨Brunei regains its independence after an agreement with the British on 4 January 1979
* {1986-10-21}⇨Marshall-Islands⇨Compact of Free Association with the United States
* {1986-11-03}⇨Federated-States-of-Micronesia⇨Compact of Free Association with the United States
* {1988-11-15}⇨Palestine⇨Palestinian Declaration of Independence
* {1989-09-26}⇨Cambodia⇨Becomes free from Vietnamese occupation; it gets back its name instead of the People's Republic of Kampuchea
* {1989-10-23}⇨Hungary⇨People's Republic of Hungary was replaced by the Republic of Hungary
* {1989-11-10}⇨Bulgaria⇨People's Republic of Bulgaria was replaced by the Republic of Bulgaria
* {1990-03-11}⇨Lithuania⇨Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania independence (from Soviet-Union) reasserted, end of occupation
* {1990-03-21}⇨Namibia⇨from South African rule
* {1990-05-04}⇨Latvia⇨Independence (from Soviet-Union) reasserted
* {1990-05-22}⇨Yemen⇨Unification of North Yemen and South Yemen
* {1990-06-12}⇨Russia⇨Russian SFSR declares sovereignty over its own territory
* {1990-07-27}⇨Belarus⇨Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic
* {1990-10-03}⇨Germany⇨Reunification of West Germany and East Germany
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1990}-society'new,

decade-1980-{1971..1980} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1980,

{i10-1980}-society.new::
* {1971-03-26}⇨Bangladesh⇨from Pakistan declared
* {1971-08-15}⇨Bahrain⇨End of treaties with the UK
* {1971-12-02}⇨United-Arab-Emirates⇨End of treaty relationship with the UK
* {1973-09-24}⇨Guinea-Bissau⇨from Portugal declared
* {1973-12-01}⇨Papua-New-Guinea⇨Self-governing territory
* {1974-02-07}⇨Grenada⇨Full independence from UK
* {1974-07-23}⇨Cyprus⇨Establishment of the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus
* {1974-09-10}⇨Guinea-Bissau⇨from Portugal recognized
* {1975-06-25}⇨Mozambique⇨from Portugal
* {1975-07-05}⇨Cabo-Verde⇨from Portugal
* {1975-07-06}⇨Comoros⇨from France declared
* {1975-07-12}⇨São-Tomé-and-Príncipe⇨from Portugal
* {1975-09-16}⇨Papua-New-Guinea⇨Independence from Australia
* {1975-11-11}⇨Angola⇨from Portugal
* {1975-11-25}⇨Suriname⇨from Netherlands
* {1975-11-28}⇨Timor-Leste⇨East Timor declares its independence but was suppressed by the Indonesian invasion
* {1975-12-02}⇨Laos⇨Lao-PDR formed
* {1976-01-02}⇨Solomon-Islands⇨Self-government granted by UK
* {1976-06-29}⇨Seychelles⇨from UK
* {1976-07-02}⇨Vietnam⇨Reunification of North Vietnam and South Vietnam as Socialist Republic of Vietnam
* {1977-06-27}⇨Djibouti⇨from France
* {1978-07-07}⇨Solomon-Islands⇨from UK
* {1978-10-01}⇨Tuvalu⇨from UK
* {1978-11-03}⇨Dominica⇨from UK
* {1979-02-11}⇨Iran⇨Iranian Revolution ends monarchism and establishes an Islamic Republic
* {1979-02-22}⇨Saint-Lucia⇨from UK
* {1979-07-12}⇨Kiribati⇨from UK
* {1979-10-27}⇨Saint-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines⇨from UK
* {1980-04-18}⇨Zimbabwe⇨Recognized independence from UK as Zimbabwe
* {1980-07-30}⇨Vanuatu⇨Independence from joint British-French condominium
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1980}-society'new,

decade-1970-{1961..1970} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1970,

{i10-1970}-society.new::
* {1961-04-27}⇨Sierra-Leone⇨from UK
* {1961-09-28}⇨Egypt⇨De facto disestablishment of the United Arab Republic following a military coup in Damascus
* {1961-09-28}⇨Syria⇨End of the United Arab Republic
* {1961-12-09}⇨Tanzania⇨Independence of Tanganyika from UK
* {1962-06-01}⇨Samoa⇨Independence from New Zealand
* {1962-07-01}⇨Burundi⇨from Belgium
* {1962-07-01}⇨Nigeria⇨from Belgium
* {1962-07-05}⇨Algeria⇨from France
* {1962-08-06}⇨Jamaica⇨from UK
* {1962-08-31}⇨Trinidad-and-Tobago⇨from UK
* {1962-10-09}⇨Uganda⇨from UK
* {1963-09-16}⇨Malaysia⇨Malaysia was formed by the federation of North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore with the existing States of the Federation of Malaya
* {1963-12-12}⇨Kenya⇨from UK
* {1964-01-01}⇨Belize⇨Self-governing colony
* {1964-01-07}⇨Bahamas⇨Internal self-governance granted
* {1964-07-06}⇨Malawi⇨from UK
* {1964-09-21}⇨Malta⇨from UK
* {1964-10-24}⇨Zambia⇨from UK
* {1965-02-18}⇨Gambia⇨from UK
* {1965-07-26}⇨Maldives⇨from UK
* {1965-08-09}⇨Singapore⇨Establishment of Singapore as an independent sovereign state separate from and independent of Malaysia
* {1965-11-11}⇨Zimbabwe⇨Unilateral declaration of independence by Southern Rhodesia
* {1966-05-26}⇨Guyana⇨from UK
* {1966-09-30}⇨Botswana⇨from UK
* {1966-10-04}⇨Lesotho⇨from UK
* {1966-11-30}⇨Barbados⇨from UK
* {1967-11-30}⇨Yemen⇨South Yemen independence from UK
* {1967-12-01}⇨New-Zealand⇨Governor-General becomes a New Zealand appointment
* {1968-01-31}⇨Nauru⇨Independence from UN Trusteeship (Australian, British and New Zealand administration ends)
* {1968-03-12}⇨Mauritius⇨from UK
* {1968-09-06}⇨Eswatini-(Swaziland)⇨from UK
* {1968-10-12}⇨Equatorial-Guinea⇨from Spain
* {1970-07-04}⇨Tonga⇨from UK
* {1970-10-10}⇨Fiji⇨from UK
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1970}-society'new,

decade-1960-{1951..1960} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1960,

{i10-1960}-society.new::
* {1951-12-24}⇨Libya⇨from UN Trusteeship (British and French administration after Italian governance ends in 1947)
* {1953-09-09}⇨Cambodia⇨France grants Cambodia independence
* {1953-10-22}⇨Laos⇨from France
* {1954-01-01}⇨Germany⇨German Democratic Republic (commonly referred to at the time as East Germany) declared fully sovereign
* {1954-12-15}⇨Suriname⇨Self-government granted
* {1955-05-05}⇨Germany⇨Federal Republic of Germany (commonly referred to at the time as West Germany) declared fully sovereign
* {1955-05-15}⇨Austria⇨Austrian Independence Treaty re-established Austria as a sovereign state
* {1955-11-18}⇨Morocco⇨Protectorate abolished
* {1956-01-01}⇨Sudan⇨from Egyptian and British joint rule
* {1956-03-20}⇨Tunisia⇨from France
* {1956-04-07}⇨Morocco⇨Recognition of independence by the French protectorate
* {1956-12-13}⇨Ghana⇨Union of British Togoland with Gold Coast
* {1957-03-06}⇨Ghana⇨from UK
* {1957-08-31}⇨Malaysia⇨Malayan Independence from UK was declared in Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square)
* {1958-10-02}⇨Guinea⇨from France
* {1958-10-14}⇨Madagascar⇨The Malagasy Republic was created as autonomous state within French Community
* {1958-12-04}⇨Cote-d'Ivoire⇨Autonomous republic within French Community
* {1958-12-04}⇨Niger⇨Autonomy within French Community
* {1959-01-01}⇨Cuba⇨Cuban Revolution
* {1959-12-31}⇨Vietnam⇨North Vietnam declared a socialist republic
* {1960-01-01}⇨Cameroon⇨from France
* {1960-04-27}⇨Togo⇨from France
* {1960-06-26}⇨Madagascar⇨France recognizes Madagascar's independence
* {1960-06-30}⇨Democratic-Republic-of-Congo⇨from Belgium
* {1960-08-01}⇨Benin⇨from France
* {1960-08-03}⇨Niger⇨from France
* {1960-08-05}⇨Burkina-Faso⇨from France
* {1960-08-07}⇨Cote-d'Ivoire⇨from France
* {1960-08-11}⇨Chad⇨from France
* {1960-08-13}⇨Central-African-Republic⇨from France
* {1960-08-15}⇨Republic-of-Congo⇨from France
* {1960-08-16}⇨Cyprus⇨from UK
* {1960-08-17}⇨Gabon⇨from France
* {1960-08-20}⇨Senegal⇨from France
* {1960-09-22}⇨Mali⇨from France
* {1960-10-01}⇨Nigeria⇨from UK
* {1960-11-28}⇨Mauritania⇨from France
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1960}-society'new,

decade-1950-{1941..1950} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1950,

{i10-1950}-society.new::
* {1941-11-26}⇨Lebanon⇨from France declared
* {1943-11-22}⇨Lebanon⇨from France recognized
* {1943-11-25}⇨Bosnia-and-Herzegovina⇨Establishment of SR Bosnia in Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
* {1943-11-25}⇨Montenegro⇨Establishment of SR Montenegro
* {1944-01-01}⇨Latvia⇨Abrene district ceded to Russian SFSR (modern Russia)
* {1944-08-02}⇨North-Macedonia⇨Establishment of SR-Macedonia
* {1945-01-01}⇨Estonia⇨De facto: Eastern coast of Narva river and most of Petseri County were transferred to Russian SFSR
* {1945-01-01}⇨Luxembourg⇨End of German occupation during World War II
* {1945-02-19}⇨Slovenia⇨Formation of SR-Slovenia
* {1945-08-17}⇨Indonesia⇨Indonesian Declaration of Independence from Netherlands
* {1946-04-17}⇨Syria⇨De facto Independence
* {1946-05-25}⇨Jordan⇨End of the British Mandate for Palestine
* {1946-07-04}⇨Philippines⇨The United States recognises independence under the provisions of the Treaty of Manila (1946). The 1935 Constitution remained in effect until 1973, when the Marcos regime promulgated a newer one, in turn replaced by the present 1987 Constitution
* {1946}⇨South-Korea⇨Japanese rule of Korea ends
* {1947-08-14}⇨Pakistan⇨from UK
* {1947-08-15}⇨India⇨from the British Empire
* {1947-11-25}⇨New-Zealand⇨Statute of Westminster adopted — Britain loses the power to legislate for New Zealand except by request
* {1947-12-10}⇨New-Zealand⇨Full power to amend own constitution
* {1948-01-04}⇨Myanmar⇨Myanmar (Burma) declares independence from the British Empire
* {1948-02-04}⇨Sri-Lanka⇨from UK
* {1948-05-14}⇨Israel⇨Democratic state of Israel
* {1948-08-15}⇨South-Korea⇨First Republic of Korea established, Independence declared from the United States
* {1948-09-09}⇨North-Korea⇨Declaration of the creation of North Korea. Kim Il-sung declared Premier of North Korea, establishing the still-ruling Kim dynasty. Independence declared from Soviet-Union
* {1949-04-18}⇨Ireland⇨Republic of Ireland Act 1948 terminates the functions of the British King in Ireland's diplomatic relations; domestic UK law purports that Ireland was one of the King's dominions until this date; Irish law does not accept this interpretation
* {1949-12-27}⇨Indonesia⇨Independence from the Netherlands recognized
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1950}-society'new,

decade-1940-{1931..1940} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1940,

{i10-1940}-society.new::
* {1931-12-11}⇨Ireland⇨Statute of Westminster confers legislative independence from UK
* {1931-12-11}⇨South-Africa⇨Statute of Westminster, which establishes a status of legislative equality between the self-governing dominion of the Union of South Africa and the UK
* {1932-09-23}⇨Saudi-Arabia⇨Regions of al-Hasa, Qatif, Nejd and Hejaz unified to become Saudi-Arabia
* {1932-10-03}⇨Iraq⇨Kingdom of Iraq
* {1935-11-30}⇨Philippines⇨The Commonwealth of the Philippines was established through provisions of the Tydings–McDuffie Act
* {1936-12-05}⇨Armenia⇨Establishment of the Armenian-SSR
* {1936-12-05}⇨Kazakhstan⇨Establishment of the Kazakh-SSR
* {1936-12-05}⇨Kyrgyzstan⇨Establishment of the Kirghiz-SSR
* {1938-07-27}⇨New-Zealand⇨Governor-General ceases to represent the British Government and becomes the personal representative of the King
* {1940-08-02}⇨Moldova⇨De jure: Moldavian-SSR formed
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1940}-society'new,

decade-1930-{1921..1930} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1930,

{i10-1930}-society.new::
* {1921-08-07}⇨Turkmenistan⇨Establishment of the Turkmen-SSR
* {1922-02-28}⇨Egypt⇨Unilateral recognition of independence by the UK but continued British military occupation
* {1922-02-28}⇨Egypt⇨from UK
* {1922-12-06}⇨Ireland⇨Irish Free State secedes from UK by agreement in accordance with the terms of the Anglo-Irish Treaty but remains a dominion of the British Empire
* {1922-12-06}⇨United-Kingdom⇨Irish Free State secedes from UK of Great Britain and Ireland by agreement in accordance with the terms of the Anglo-Irish Treaty and the Irish Free State Constitution Act 1922, and Northern Ireland opts to exclude itself from the Free State two days later
* {1922-12-08}⇨Ireland⇨De facto: Northern Ireland secedes from the Irish Free State and rejoins the UK in accordance with the Irish Free State Constitution Act 1922
* {1923-10-29}⇨Turkey⇨Turkey transitions into a republic from empire
* {1924-10-24}⇨Uzbekistan⇨Establishment of the Uzbek-SSR
* {1926-05-23}⇨Lebanon⇨Lebanese Republic formed
* {1926-10-25}⇨New-Zealand⇨Balfour Declaration of 1926 — Great Britain and the Dominions are “autonomous Communities within the British Empire, equal in status, in no way subordinate one to another in any aspect of their domestic or external affairs”
* {1929-06-07}⇨Vatican-City⇨Ratification of the Lateran Treaty, making the Vatican City a sovereign State
* {1929-12-05}⇨Tajikistan⇨Establishment of the Tajik-SSR
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1930}-society'new,

decade-1920-{1911..1920} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1920,

{i10-1920}-society.new::
* {1911-12-29}⇨Mongolia⇨Proclamation of Mongolian independence from Manchu's Qing Dynasty
* {1912-11-28}⇨Albania⇨Declaration of independence from Ottoman-Empire
* {1917-12-06}⇨Finland⇨Independence from Russian Empire declared
* {1918-01-03}⇨Finland⇨Independence from Russia recognized by the highest Soviet executive body, VTsIK
* {1918-01-22}⇨Ukraine⇨Independence of Ukrainian People's Republic from Russian Republic declared
* {1918-02-16}⇨Lithuania⇨Independence declared from Germany and Russia
* {1918-02-24}⇨Estonia⇨Independence declared from Russian-Empire
* {1918-05-26}⇨Georgia⇨Establishment of Democratic Republic of Georgia
* {1918-05-28}⇨Azerbaijan⇨Establishment of the Azerbaijan-Democratic-Republic
* {1918-11-01}⇨Yemen⇨North Yemen independence from the Ottoman-Empire
* {1918-11-12}⇨Austria⇨Declaration of the Republic of German-Austria
* {1918-11-18}⇨Latvia⇨Independence declared from Russia
* {1918-12-01}⇨Iceland⇨Iceland becomes sovereign and independent from Denmark as the Kingdom of Iceland but retains a personal union with the King of Denmark
* {1918}⇨Serbia⇨Yugoslavia
* {1919-01-21}⇨Ireland⇨Elected Irish Parliament Dáil Éireann unilaterally declares Ireland's independence from UK
* {1919}⇨Afghanistan⇨Treaty of Rawalpindi ends British control of foreign policy
* {1920-04-28}⇨Azerbaijan⇨Establishment of the Azerbaijan-SSR
* {1920-06-15}⇨Denmark⇨Denmark proper: Sønderjylland was recovered from Germany
* {1920-09-01}⇨Lebanon⇨France establishes State of Greater Lebanon with current boundaries
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1920}-society'new,

decade-1910-{1901..1910} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i10-1910,

{i10-1910}-society.new::
* {1901-01-01}⇨Australia⇨from UK
* {1903-11-03}⇨Colombia⇨Separation of Panama from Colombia
* {1903-11-03}⇨Panama⇨Separation of Panama from Colombia, independence from Spain
* {1903-11-03}⇨Panama⇨from Colombia
* {1905-06-07}⇨Norway⇨Dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden
* {1907-09-26}⇨New-Zealand⇨Granted nominal independence (Dominion status)
* {1908-09-22}⇨Bulgaria⇨Declaration of Independence
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i10.1910}-society'new,

century-1900-{1801..1900} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1900,

{i100-1900}-society.new::
* {1801-01-01}⇨United-Kingdom⇨The Acts of Union united the two kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland to create the UK of Great Britain and Ireland
* {1804-01-01}⇨Haiti⇨The French colony Saint-Domingue gains independence as Haiti
* {1804-08-11}⇨Austria⇨Proclamation of the Austrian Empire
* {1804}⇨Serbia⇨Revolutionary Serbia
* {1809-08-10}⇨Ecuador⇨First declaration of Independence from Spain
* {1810-04-19}⇨Venezuela⇨from Spain declared
* {1810-07-20}⇨Colombia⇨Colombia declares independence from Spain
* {1810-07-20}⇨Colombia⇨Independence declared from Spain
* {1810-09-16}⇨Mexico⇨from Spain declared
* {1811-05-14}⇨Paraguay⇨from Spain declared
* {1814-01-01}⇨Norway⇨Dissolution of the union between Norway and Denmark
* {1814}⇨Andorra⇨from French-Empire
* {1815-08-24}⇨Netherlands⇨Adoption of the constitution of the UK of the Netherlands
* {1815}⇨Germany⇨German Confederation founded
* {1815}⇨Serbia⇨Principality of Serbia
* {1816-07-09}⇨Argentina⇨Argentine Declaration of Independence from Spain
* {1818-01-01}⇨Chile⇨Chilean Declaration of Independence from Spain
* {1819-08-07}⇨Colombia⇨Independence recognized by Spain
* {1821-03-25}⇨Greece⇨Greek Revolution starts
* {1821-07-28}⇨Peru⇨from Spain declared
* {1821-09-15}⇨Costa-Rica⇨Costa Rica declared independence from Spain
* {1821-09-27}⇨Mexico⇨Declaration of Independence of the Mexican Empire
* {1822-01-01}⇨Greece⇨First Hellenic Republic proclaimed
* {1825-08-06}⇨Bolivia⇨Bolivian War of Independence from Spain
* {1825-08-25}⇨Uruguay⇨from Empire of Brazil declared, joined in union with United Provinces of the River Plate (current Argentina)
* {1825-08-29}⇨Brazil⇨Independence recognized by Portugal
* {1828-08-27}⇨Uruguay⇨Treaty of Montevideo signed, recognizing Uruguay's independence by Brazil
* {1830-01-01}⇨Colombia⇨Dissolution of Gran Colombia
* {1830-01-13}⇨Venezuela⇨Dissolution of Gran Colombia
* {1830-02-03}⇨Greece⇨recognised by the London Protocol as Kingdom-of-Greece
* {1830-10-04}⇨Belgium⇨Independence was proclaimed by the provisonial government
* {1831-01-01}⇨Spain⇨Dissolution of crowns and kingdoms and creation de jure, of the unified Kingdom of Spain
* {1836-12-28}⇨Mexico⇨Declaration of Independence recognized by Spain
* {1838-10-26}⇨Honduras⇨from Federal Republic of Central America
* {1838-11-05}⇨Nicaragua⇨from Federal Republic of Central America
* {1839-04-17}⇨Guatemala⇨from Federal Republic of Central America declared
* {1839-04-19}⇨Luxembourg⇨Partition of Luxembourg under the Treaty of London
* {1841-02-18}⇨El-Salvador⇨El Salvador was internationally recognized
* {1844-02-27}⇨Dominican-Republic⇨The Dominican Republic gains independence from Haiti
* {1844-04-25}⇨Chile⇨Independence recognized by Spain
* {1844-07-21}⇨Bolivia⇨Independence recognized by Spain
* {1845-03-30}⇨Venezuela⇨Independence recognized by Spain
* {1847-07-26}⇨Liberia⇨from American Colonization Society
* {1859-01-24}⇨Romania⇨Autonomous Principality of Romania founded; becomes kingdom in 1866 and achieved independence 1878 Ottoman-Empire
* {1861-01-01}⇨Monaco⇨Franco-Monegasque Treaty confirms Monaco's sovereignty (formerly a protectorate of the Kingdom of Sardinia)
* {1861-03-17}⇨Italy⇨Italian unification
* {1866-08-23}⇨Liechtenstein⇨eparation from German-Confederation
* {1867-07-01}⇨Canada⇨Granted nominal independence (Dominion status), establishing as a federation
* {1870-07-19}⇨Uruguay⇨Independence recognized by Spain
* {1871-01-18}⇨Germany⇨German Empire founded
* {1878-07-13}⇨Bulgaria⇨Autonomy within Ottoman-Empire recognized internationally by the Treaty of Berlin
* {1878-07-13}⇨Montenegro⇨Independence officially confirmed by Ottoman-Empire internationally by the Treaty of Berlin other countries recognized earlier
* {1878-07-13}⇨Romania⇨International recognition by the Treaty of Berlin
* {1878-12-18}⇨Qatar⇨from the Ottoman-Empire
* {1878}⇨Serbia⇨Independence recognized
* {1879-08-14}⇨Peru⇨from Spain recognized
* {1880-09-10}⇨Paraguay⇨from Spain recognized
* {1882}⇨Serbia⇨Kingdom of Serbia
* {1885}⇨Bhutan⇨Ugyen Wangchuck ends period of civil war and unites Bhutan
* {1886-08-04}⇨Colombia⇨Creation of the Republic of Colombia
* {1886-08-08}⇨Colombia⇨Establishment of the current sovereignty of Colombia as a republic
* {1890-11-23}⇨Luxembourg⇨Separates from union with the Kingdom of the Netherlands, becomes Grand Duchy in its own right
* {1898-06-12}⇨Philippines⇨The evolving revolutionary movement in the Philippines declares itself independent from the Spanish-Empire
* {1898-12-10}⇨Cuba⇨Spain loses the war against United States and the military occupation of Cuba by USA begins
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1900}-society'new,

century-1800-{1701..1800} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1800,

{i100-1800}-society.new::
* {1707-05-01}⇨United-Kingdom⇨Kingdom of Great Britain
* {1744-01-01}⇨Saudi-Arabia⇨Establishment of the First Saudi State
* {1752-01-01}⇨Kuwait⇨Establishment of the Sheikhdom-of-Kuwait
* {1767-11-06}⇨Thailand⇨Salvage independence by Great king Taksin consist of Expulsion of Burmese and Establish a new kingdom together with reunification of Thailand
* {1768-09-25}⇨Nepal⇨Nepali unification
* {1776-07-04}⇨United-States⇨from Great Britain declared
* {1782-04-06}⇨Thailand⇨Rattanakosin Kingdom
* {1783-09-03}⇨United-States⇨from Great Britain recognized
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1800}-society'new,

century-1700-{1601..1700} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1700,

{i100-1700}-society.new::
* {1650-01-26}⇨Oman⇨Expulsion of the Portuguese
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1700}-society'new,

century-1600-{1501..1600} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1600,

{i100-1600}-society.new::
* {1523-06-06}⇨Sweden⇨Gustav Vasa elected King of Sweden and marking a definite secession from the Kalmar Union
* {1542}⇨Ireland⇨Foundation of the Kingdom of Ireland
* {1581-07-26}⇨Netherlands⇨Plakkaat van Verlatinghe signed, independence from Spain
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1600}-society'new,

century-1500-{1401..1500} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1500,

{i100-1500}-society.new::
* {1479}⇨Spain⇨Dinastical unification of the Crown of Castile and the Crown of Aragon by the Catholic Monarchs. The governments, institutions, and legal traditions of each kingdom remained independent of each other; alien laws (Leyes de extranjeria) determined that the national of one kingdom was a foreigner in the other Crowns/States
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1500}-society'new,

century-1400-{1301..1400} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1400,

{i100-1400}-society.new::
* {1346}⇨Serbia⇨Medieval empire
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1400}-society'new,

century-1300-{1201..1300} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1300,

{i100-1300}-society.new::
* {1206-01-01}⇨Mongolia⇨Mongol Empire formed
* {1217}⇨Serbia⇨Medieval kingdom
* {1243}⇨San-Marino⇨The people of San Marino established the positions of Captains Regent ('Capitani Reggenti') as a joint heads of state
* {1253-01-01}⇨Lithuania⇨Coronation of King Mindaugas (state established some time earlier, perhaps in the 1230s)
* {1274-01-01}⇨Vatican-City⇨Birth of current form of government the Papal conclave in 1274
* {1278-09-08}⇨Andorra⇨from Aragon
* {1291-01-01}⇨Switzerland⇨Traditional founding
* {1299-01-01}⇨Turkey⇨The foundation of the Turkish State of the Ottoman-Empire
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1300}-society'new,

century-1200-{1101..1200} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1200,

{i100-1200}-society.new::
* {1139-07-26}⇨Portugal⇨County of Portugal becomes independent from the Kingdom of León after the Battle of Ourique as part of the Reconquista. Recognized by León in 1143 and by the Pope in 1179
* {1154-01-01}⇨Bosnia-and-Herzegovina⇨Formation of the Banate of Bosnia
* {1185-01-01}⇨Bulgaria⇨Second Bulgarian Empire formed
* {1190}⇨Albania⇨Principality of Arbër was established by archon Progon
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1200}-society'new,

century-1100-{1001..1100} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1100,

{i100-1100}-society.new::
* {1008-01-01}⇨Georgia⇨Establishment of the Kingdom of Georgia
* {1025-01-01}⇨Poland⇨formation of the Kingdom of Poland by Mieszko's son Bolesław I Chrobry
* {1077-01-01}⇨Montenegro⇨Formation of Kingdom of Duklja/Zeta by King Mihajlo I
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1100}-society'new,

millennium-1000-{0001..1000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-1000,

century-1000-{0901..1000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-1000,

{i100-1000}-society.new::
* {0900}⇨Ethiopia⇨Zagwe dynasty
* {0925}⇨Croatia⇨Formation of Kingdom of Croatia by King Tomislav
* {0930}⇨Iceland⇨The Icelandic Commonwealth established and first meeting held of the Althingi (Parliament)
* {0962}⇨Germany⇨East Francia becomes the Holy Roman Empire (with the Kingdom of Germany as a main part of the empire)
* {0970}⇨Sweden⇨Eric the Victorious, the first king of Sweden about whom anything definite is known, becomes king
* {1000}⇨Hungary⇨Formation of the Kingdom of Hungary by Stephen I of Hungary
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.1000}-society'new,

century-0900-{0801..0900} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0900,

{i100-0900}-society.new::
* {0843}⇨Germany⇨Creation of East Francia
* {0872}⇨Norway⇨King Harald I of Norway unifies the Petty kingdoms of Norway
* {0880}⇨Armenia⇨Evolving as a feudal kingdom in the ninth century, Armenia experienced a brief cultural, political and economic renewal under the Bagratuni dynasty
* {0882}⇨Ukraine⇨Formation of the Kievan Rus'
* {0882}⇨Russia⇨Formation of the Kievan Rus'
* {0888-01-02}⇨Italy⇨Sovereignty of the Kingdom of Italy, an independent successor state of the dissolved Carolingian Empire
* {0895}⇨Czech-Republic⇨Independence from Great-Moravia
* {0895}⇨Hungary⇨Principality of Hungary formed
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0900}-society'new,

century-0800-{0701..0800} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0800,

{i100-0800}-society.new::
* {0762}⇨Iraq⇨The Abbasid Caliphate built the city of Baghdad along the Tigris in the 8th century as its capital, and the city became the leading metropolis of the Arab and Muslim world for five centuries
* {0777}⇨Denmark⇨Various Danish kings are mentioned throughout the 8th century
* {0780}⇨Serbia⇨Medieval principality
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0800}-society'new,

century-0700-{0601..0700} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0700,

{i100-0700}-society.new::
* {0626}⇨Croatia⇨Formation of Duchy-of-Croatia
* {0632}⇨Bulgaria⇨Formation of Old Great-Bulgaria
* {0681}⇨Bulgaria⇨First Bulgarian-Empire formed
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0700}-society'new,

century-0600-{0501..0600} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0600,

{i100-0600}-society.new::
* {0519}⇨United-Kingdom⇨Kingdom of Wessex Kingdom of England
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0600}-society'new,

century-0500-{0401..0500} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0500,

{i100-0500}-society.new::
* {0476-08-23}⇨Italy⇨Establishment of the Kingdom of Italy, an independent successor state created after the Fall of the Western Roman Empire
* {0481}⇨France⇨First creation with (Clovis), king of the Franks
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0500}-society'new,

century-0400-{0301..0400} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0400,

{i100-0400}-society.new::
* {0400}⇨Japan⇨During the subsequent Kofun period, most of Japan gradually unified under a single kingdom
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.0400}-society'new,

century-0300-{0201..0300} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0300,

century-0200-{0101..0200} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0200,

century-0100-{0001..0100} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-0100,

millennium-Bce1000-{Bce1000..Bce0001} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-Bce1000,

century-Bce0100-{Bce0001..Bce0100} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0100,

century-Bce0200-{Bce0101..Bce0200} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0200,

century-Bce0300-{Bce0201..Bce0300} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0300,

{i100-Bce0300}-society.new::
* {Bce0221}⇨China⇨In 221 BC, Qin Shi Huang conquered the various warring states and created for himself the title of Huangdi or "emperor" of the Qin, marking the beginning of imperial China
[{2020-12-07} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sovereign_states_by_date_of_formation]
* McsEngl.{i100.Bce0300}-society'new,

century-Bce0400-{Bce0301..Bce0400} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0400,

century-Bce0500-{Bce0401..Bce0500} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0500,

century-Bce0600-{Bce0501..Bce0600} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0600,

century-Bce0700-{Bce0601..Bce0700} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0700,

century-Bce0800-{Bce0701..Bce0800} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0800,

century-Bce0900-{Bce0801..Bce0900} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce0900,

century-Bce1000-{Bce0901..Bce1000} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i100-Bce1000,

millennium-Bce2000-{Bce2000..Bce1001} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-Bce2000,

millennium-Bce3000-{Bce3000..Bce2001} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-Bce3000,

millennium-Bce4000-{Bce4000..Bce3001} of society

name::
* McsEngl.Socevg'i1000-Bce4000,

WHOLE-PART-TREE of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'whole-part-tree,

whole-chain::
* Earth,
* Solar-system,
* Milky-way-galaxy,
* Sympan,

part::
* human,
* organization,
* governance-system,
* satisfier-system,
* language,
* technology,

GENERIC-SPECIFIC-TREE of society

name::
* McsEngl.society'generic-specific-tree,

generic-tree-of-society::
* human-society, ogmHmnNo-society,
* society-of-organisms,
* system-of-organisms,
* biosystem,
* dynamic-system,
* system,
* whole-entity,
* entity,

inherited-from-att::
* human,
* organization,
* governace-system,
* satisfier-system,
* language,
* technology,

inheritedNo-att::
* ,

society.SPECIFIC

name::
* McsEngl.society.specific,

addressWpg::
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sovereign_state,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_sovereign_states_by_year,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_former_sovereign_states,

specific::
* international-society,

society.specs-division.governance-sys

description::
· on governance-system:
* centralized-society,
* centralizedNo-society,

name::
* McsEngl.society.specifics-division.governance-system,

society.specs-division.satisfier-sys

description::
· on satisfier-system:
* precapitalism-society,
* capitalism-society,
* metacapitalism-society,

name::
* McsEngl.society.specific-division.satisfier-system,

society.International-001 (link)

society.instance-002

description::
· an-individual society.

name::
* McsEngl.socInstance,
* McsEngl.society.002-instance!⇒socInstance,
* McsEngl.society.instance!⇒socInstance,

society.instanceNo-012

description::
· not an-individual society.

name::
* McsEngl.socGeneric,
* McsEngl.society.012-instanceNo!⇒socGeneric,
* McsEngl.society.instanceNo!⇒socGeneric,

society.centralized-004

description::
· centralized-society is a-human-society with a-centralized-governance-sys.

name::
* McsEngl.centralized-society!⇒socCentralized,
* McsEngl.socCentralized,
* McsEngl.society.004-centralized!⇒socCentralized,
* McsEngl.society.centralized!⇒socCentralized,

society.centralizedNo-005

description::
· decentralized-society is a-human-society with a-decentralized-governance-sys.

name::
* McsEngl.centralizedNo-society!⇒socDecentralized,
* McsEngl.decentralized-society!⇒socDecentralized,
* McsEngl.socCentralizedNo!⇒socDecentralized,
* McsEngl.socDecentralized,
* McsEngl.society.005-centralizedNo!⇒socDecentralized,
* McsEngl.society.centralizedNo!⇒socDecentralized,

specific-tree-of-socDecentralized::
* decentralized-autonomous-society,

society.centralizedNo.autonomous-006 (link)

society.code.2-letter-007

description::
"ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes are two-letter country codes defined in ISO 3166-1, part of the ISO 3166 standard[1] published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), to represent countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest. They are the most widely used of the country codes published by ISO (the others being alpha-3 and numeric), and are used most prominently for the Internet's country code top-level domains (with a few exceptions). They are also used as country identifiers extending the postal code when appropriate within the international postal system for paper mail, and has replaced the previous one consisting one-letter codes. They were first included as part of the ISO 3166 standard in its first edition in 1974."
[{2020-11-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-2]

name::
* McsEngl.country-code.2-letter!⇒socLetter2,
* McsEngl.society.007-2-letter!⇒socLetter2,
* McsEngl.society.2-letter!⇒socLetter2,

addressWpg::
* http://www.mathguide.de/info/tools/countrycode.html,

specific-tree-of-socLetter2::
* McsEngl.socAd'(Andorra).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAe'(United-Arab-Emirates).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAf'(Afghanistan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAg'(Antigua-and-Barbuda).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAi'(Anguilla-(near-Puerto-Rico)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAl'(Albania).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAm'(Armenia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAn'(Netherlands-Antilles).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAo'(Angola).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAq'(Antarctica).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAr'(Argentina).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAs'(American-Samoa).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAt'(Austria).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAu'(Australia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAw'(Aruba).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAz'(Azerbaijan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBa'(Bosnia-and-Herzegovina).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBb'(Barbados).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBd'(Bangladesh).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBe'(Belgium).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBf'(Burkina-Faso).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBg'(Bulgaria).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBh'(Bahrain).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBi'(Burundi).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBj'(Benin).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBm'(Bermuda).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBn'(Brunei-Darussalam).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBo'(Bolivia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBr'(Brazil).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBs'(Bahamas).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBt'(Bhutan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBv'(Bouvet-Island).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBw'(Botswana).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBy'(Belarus).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBz'(Belize).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCa'(Canada).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCc'(Cocos-(Keeling)-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCf'(Central-African-Republic).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCg'(Congo).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCh'(Switzerland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCi'(Cote-D'Ivoire-(Ivory-Coast)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCk'(Cook-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCl'(Chile).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCm'(Cameroon).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCn'(China).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCo'(Colombia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCr'(Costa-Rica).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCs'(Czechoslovakia-(former)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCu'(Cuba).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCv'(Cape-Verde).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCx'(Christmas-Island).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCy'(Cyprus).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCz'(Czech-Republic).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDe'(Germany).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDj'(Djibouti).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDk'(Denmark).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDm'(Dominica).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDo'(Dominican-Republic).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDz'(Algeria).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEc'(Ecuador).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEe'(Estonia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEg'(Egypt).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEh'(Western-Sahara).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEr'(Eritrea).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEs'(Spain).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEt'(Ethiopia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFi'(Finland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFj'(Fiji).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFk'(Falkland-Islands-(Malvinas)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFm'(Micronesia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFo'(Faroe-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFr'(France).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFx'(France,-Metropolitan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGa'(Gabon).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGb'(Great-Britain-(UK)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGd'(Grenada).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGe'(Georgia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGf'(French-Guiana).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGh'(Ghana).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGi'(Gibraltar).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGl'(Greenland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGm'(Gambia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGn'(Guinea).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGp'(Guadeloupe).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGq'(Equatorial-Guinea).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGr'(Greece).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGs'(S.Georgia-and-S.Sandwich-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGt'(Guatemala).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGu'(Guam).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGw'(Guinea-Bissau).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGy'(Guyana).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHk'(Hong-Kong).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHm'(Heard-and-McDonald-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHn'(Honduras).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHr'(Croatia-(Hrvatska)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHt'(Haiti).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHu'(Hungary).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socId'(Indonesia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIe'(IrelandIL-Israel).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIm'(Isle-of-Man).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIn'(India).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIo'(British-Indian-Ocean-Territory).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIq'(Iraq).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIr'(Iran).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIs'(Iceland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIt'(Italy).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJm'(Jamaica).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJo'(Jordan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJp'(Japan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKe'(Kenya).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKg'(Kyrgyzstan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKh'(Cambodia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKi'(Kiribati).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKm'(Comoros).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKn'(Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKp'(Korea-(North)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKr'(Korea-(South)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKw'(Kuwait).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKy'(Cayman-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKz'(Kazakhstan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLa'(Laos).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLb'(Lebanon).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLc'(Saint-Lucia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLi'(Liechtenstein).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLk'(Sri-Lanka).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLr'(Liberia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLs'(Lesotho).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLt'(Lithuania).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLu'(Luxembourg).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLv'(Latvia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLy'(Libya).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMa'(Morocco).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMc'(Monaco).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMd'(Moldova).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMg'(Madagascar).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMh'(Marshall-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMk'(Macedonia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMl'(Mali).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMm'(Myanmar).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMn'(Mongolia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMo'(Macau).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMp'(Northern-Mariana-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMq'(Martinique).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMr'(Mauritania).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMs'(Montserrat).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMt'(Malta).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMu'(Mauritius).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMv'(Maldives).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMw'(Malawi).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMx'(Mexico).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMy'(Malaysia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMz'(Mozambique).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNa'(Namibia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNc'(New-Caledonia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNe'(Niger).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNf'(Norfolk-Island).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNg'(Nigeria).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNi'(Nicaragua).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNl'(Netherlands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNo'(Norway).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNp'(Nepal).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNr'(Nauru).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNt'(Neutral-Zone).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNu'(Niue).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNz'(New-Zealand-(Aotearoa)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socOm'(Oman).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPa'(Panama).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPe'(Peru).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPf'(French-Polynesia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPg'(Papua-New-Guinea).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPh'(Philippines).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPk'(Pakistan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPl'(Poland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPm'(St.Pierre-and-Miquelon).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPn'(Pitcairn).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPr'(Puerto-Rico).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPt'(Portugal).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPw'(Palau).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPy'(Paraguay).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socQa'(Qatar).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRe'(Reunion).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRo'(Romania).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRu'(Russian-Federation).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRw'(Rwanda).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSa'(Saudi-Arabia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSb'(olomon-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSc'(Seychelles).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSd'(Sudan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSe'(Sweden).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSg'(Singapore).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSh'(St.Helena).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSi'(Slovenia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSj'(Svalbard-and-Jan-Mayen-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSk'(Slovak-Republic).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSl'(Sierra-Leone).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSm'(San-Marino).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSn'(Senegal).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSo'(Somalia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSr'(Suriname).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSt'(Sao-Tome-and-Principe).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSu'(USSR-(former)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSv'(El-Salvador).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSy'(Syria).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSz'(Swaziland).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTc'(Turks-and-Caicos-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTd'(Chad).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTf'(French-Southern-Territories).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTg'(Togo).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTh'(Thailand).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTj'(Tajikistan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTk'(Tokelau).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTm'(Turkmenistan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTn'(Tunisia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTo'(Tonga).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTp'(East-Timor).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTr'(Turkey).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTt'(Trinidad-and-Tobago).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTv'(Tuvalu).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTw'(Taiwan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTz'(Tanzania).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUa'(Ukraine).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUg'(Uganda).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUk'(United-Kingdom).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUm'(US-Minor-Outlying-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUs'(United-States).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUy'(Uruguay).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUz'(Uzbekistan).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVa'(Vatican-City-State-(Holy-See)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVc'(Saint-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVe'(Venezuela).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVg'(Virgin-Islands-(British)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVi'(Virgin-Islands-(U.S.)).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVn'(Viet-Nam).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVu'(Vanuatu).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socWf'(Wallis-and-Futuna-Islands).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socWs'(Samoa).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socYe'(Yemen).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socYt'(Mayotte).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socYu'(Yugoslavia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZa'(South-Africa).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZm'(Zambia).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZr'(Zaire).Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZw'(Zimbabwe).Iso2,
===
* McsEngl.socAfghanistan--AF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAlbania--AL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAlgeria--DZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAmerican-Samoa--AS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAndorra--AD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAngola--AO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAnguilla--AI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAntarctica--AQ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAntigua-and-Barbuda--AG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socArgentina--AR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socArmenia--AM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAruba--AW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAustralia--AU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAustria--AT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socAzerbaijan--AZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBahamas--BS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBahrain--BH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBangladesh--BD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBarbados--BB.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBelarus--BY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBelgium--BE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBelize--BZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBenin--BJ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBermuda--BM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBhutan--BT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBolivia--BO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBosnia-and-Herzegovina--BA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBotswana--BW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBouvet-Island--BV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBrazil--BR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBritish-Indian-Ocean-Territory--IO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBrunei-Darussalam--BN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBulgaria--BG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBurkina-Faso--BF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socBurundi--BI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCambodia--KH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCameroon--CM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCanada--CA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCape-Verde--CV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCayman-Islands--KY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCentral-African-Republic--CF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socChad--TD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socChile--CL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socChina--CN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socChristmas-Island--CX.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCocos-Islands--CC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socColombia--CO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socComoros--KM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCongo--CG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCook-Islands--CK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCosta-Rica--CR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCote-D'Ivoire-(Ivory-Coast)--CI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCroatia-(Hrvatska)--HR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCuba--CU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCyprus--CY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCzech-Republic--CZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socCzechoslovakia-(former)--CS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDenmark--DK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDjibouti--DJ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDominica--DM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socDominican-Republic--DO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEast-Timor--TP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEcuador--EC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEgypt--EG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEl-Salvador--SV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEquatorial-Guinea--GQ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEritrea--ER.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEstonia--EE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socEthiopia--ET.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFalkland-Islands-(Malvinas)--FK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFaroe-Islands--FO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFiji--FJ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFinland--FI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFrance,-Metropolitan--FX.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFrance--FR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Guiana--GF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Polynesia--PF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Southern-Territories--TF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGabon--GA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGambia--GM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGeorgia--GE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGermany--DE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGhana--GH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGibraltar--GI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGreat-Britain-(UK)--GB.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGreece--GR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGreenland--GL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGrenada--GD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuadeloupe--GP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuam--GU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuatemala--GT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuinea-Bissau--GW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuinea--GN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socGuyana--GY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHaiti--HT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHeard-and-McDonald-Islands--HM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHonduras--HN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHong-Kong--HK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socHungary--HU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIceland--IS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIndia--IN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIndonesia--ID.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIran--IR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIraq--IQ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIrelandIL-Israel--IE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIsle-of-Man--IM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socItaly--IT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socIvory-Coast-(Cote-D'Ivoire))--CI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJamaica--JM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJapan--JP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socJordan--JO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKazakhstan--KZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKenya--KE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKiribati--KI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKorea-(North)--KP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKorea-(South)--KR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKuwait--KW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socKyrgyzstan--KG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLaos--LA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLatvia--LV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLebanon--LB.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLesotho--LS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLiberia--LR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLibya--LY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLiechtenstein--LI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLithuania--LT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socLuxembourg--LU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMacau--MO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMacedonia--MK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMadagascar--MG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMalawi--MW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMalaysia--MY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMaldives--MV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMali--ML.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMalta--MT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMarshall-Islands--MH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMartinique--MQ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMauritania--MR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMauritius--MU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMayotte--YT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMexico--MX.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMicronesia--FM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMoldova--MD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMonaco--MC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMongolia--MN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMontserrat--MS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMorocco--MA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMozambique--MZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socMyanmar--MM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNamibia--NA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNauru--NR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNepal--NP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNetherlands-Antilles--AN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNetherlands--NL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNeutral-Zone--NT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNew-Caledonia--NC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNew-Zealand-(Aotearoa)--NZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNicaragua--NI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNiger--NE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNigeria--NG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNiue--NU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNorfolk-Island--NF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNorthern-Mariana-Islands--MP.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socNorway--NO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socOman--OM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPakistan--PK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPalau--PW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPanama--PA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPapua-New-Guinea--PG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socParaguay--PY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPeru--PE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPhilippines--PH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPitcairn--PN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPoland--PL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPortugal--PT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socPuerto-Rico--PR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socQatar--QA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socReunion--RE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRomania--RO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRussian-Federation--RU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socRwanda--RW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socS.Georgia-and-S.Sandwich-Islands--GS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Kitts-and-Nevis--KN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Lucia--LC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines--VC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSamoa--WS.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSan-Marino--SM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSao-Tome-and-Principe--ST.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSaudi-Arabia--SA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSenegal--SN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSeychelles--SC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSierra-Leone--SL.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSingapore--SG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSlovak-Republic--SK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSlovenia--SI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSomalia--SO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSolomon-Islands--SB.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSouth-Africa--ZA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSpain--ES.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSri-Lanka--LK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSt.Helena--SH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSt.Pierre-and-Miquelon--PM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSudan--SD.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSuriname--SR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSvalbard-and-Jan-Mayen-Islands--SJ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSwaziland--SZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSweden--SE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSwitzerland--CH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socSyria--SY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTaiwan--TW.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTajikistan--TJ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTanzania--TZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socThailand--TH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTogo--TG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTokelau--TK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTonga--TO.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTrinidad-and-Tobago--TT.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTunisia--TN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTurkey--TR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTurkmenistan--TM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTurks-and-Caicos-Islands--TC.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socTuvalu--TV.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUS-Minor-Outlying-Islands--UM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUSSR-(former)--SU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUganda--UG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUkraine--UA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUnited-Arab-Emirates--AE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUnited-Kingdom--UK.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUnited-States--US.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUruguay--UY.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socUzbekistan--UZ.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVanuatu--VU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVatican-City-State-(Holy-See)--VA.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVenezuela--VE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socViet-Nam--VN.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVirgin-Islands-(British)--VG.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socVirgin-Islands-(U.S.)--VI.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socWallis-and-Futuna-Islands--WF.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socWestern-Sahara--EH.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socYemen--YE.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socYugoslavia--YU.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZaire--ZR.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZambia--ZM.Iso2,
* McsEngl.socZimbabwe--ZW.Iso2,

society.code.3-letter-008

description::
"ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 codes are three-letter country codes defined in ISO 3166-1, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), to represent countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest. They allow a better visual association between the codes and the country names than the two-letter alpha-2 codes (the third set of codes is numeric and hence offers no visual association).[1] They were first included as part of the ISO 3166 standard in its first edition in 1974."
[{2020-11-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1_alpha-3]

name::
* McsEngl.socLetter3,
* McsEngl.society.008-3-letter!⇒socLetter3,
* McsEngl.society.3-letter!⇒socLetter3,

addressWpg::
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_alphabetic_country_codes,

specific-tree-of-socLetter3::
* McsEngl.socAbw'(Aruba).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAfg'(Afghastan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAgo'(Angola).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAia'(Anguilla).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAla'(Åland-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAlb'(Albania).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAnd'(Andorra).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAre'(United-Arab-Emirates).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socArg'(Argentina).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socArm'(Armenia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAsm'(American-Samoa).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAta'(Antarctica).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAtf'(French-Southern-Territories).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAtg'(Antigua-and-Barbuda).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAus'(Australia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAut'(Austria).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAze'(Azerbaijan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBdi'(Burundi).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBel'(Belgium).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBen'(Benin).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBes'(Bonaire-Sint-Eustatius-and-Saba).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBfa'(Burkina-Faso).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBgd'(Bangladesh).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBgr'(Bulgaria).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBhr'(Bahrain).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBhs'(Bahamas).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBih'(Bosnia-and-Herzegovina).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBlm'(Saint-Barthélemy).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBlr'(Belarus).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBlz'(Belize).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBmu'(Bermuda).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBol'(Bolivia-Plurinational-State-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBra'(Brazil).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBrb'(Barbados).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBrn'(Brunei-Darussalam).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBtn'(Bhutan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBvt'(Bouvet-Island).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBwa'(Botswana).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCaf'(Central-African-Republic).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCan'(Canada).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCck'(Cocos-(Keeling)-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChe'(Switzerland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChl'(Chile).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChn'(China).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCiv'(Côte-d'Ivoire).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCmr'(Cameroon).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCod'(Congo-the-Democratic-Republic-of-the).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCog'(Congo).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCok'(Cook-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCol'(Colombia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCom'(Comoros).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCpv'(Cape-Verde).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCri'(Costa-Rica).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCub'(Cuba).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCuw'(Curaçao).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCxr'(Christmas-Island).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCym'(Cayman-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCyp'(Cyprus).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCze'(Czech-Republic).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDeu'(Germany).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDji'(Djibouti).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDma'(Dominica).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDnk'(Denmark).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDom'(Dominican-Republic).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDza'(Algeria).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEcu'(Ecuador).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEgy'(Egypt).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEri'(Eritrea).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEsh'(Western-Sahara).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEsp'(Spain).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEst'(Estonia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEth'(Ethiopia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFin'(Finland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFji'(Fiji).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFlk'(Falkland-Islands-(Malvinas)).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFra'(France).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFro'(Faroe-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFsm'(Micronesia-Federated-States-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGab'(Gabon).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGbr'(United-Kingdom).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGeo'(Georgia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGgy'(Guernsey).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGha'(Ghana).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGib'(Gibraltar).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGin'(Guinea).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGlp'(Guadeloupe).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGmb'(Gambia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGnb'(Guinea-Bissau).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGnq'(Equatorial-Guinea).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGrc'(Greece,).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGrd'(Grenada).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGrl'(Greenland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGtm'(Guatemala).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuf'(French-Guiana).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGum'(Guam).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuy'(Guyana).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHkg'(Hong-Kong).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHmd'(Heard-Island-and-McDonald-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHnd'(Honduras).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHrv'(Croatia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHti'(Haiti).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHun'(Hungary).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIdn'(Indonesia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socImn'(Isle-of-Man).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socInd'(India).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIot'(British-Indian-Ocean-Territory).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIrl'(Ireland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIrn'(Iran-Islamic-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIrq'(Iraq).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIsl'(Iceland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIsr'(Israel).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIta'(Italy).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJam'(Jamaica).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJey'(Jersey).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJor'(Jordan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJpn'(Japan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKaz'(Kazakhsctan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKen'(Kenya).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKgz'(Kyrgyzstan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKhm'(Cambodia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKir'(Kiribati).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKna'(Saint-Kitts-and-Nevis).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKor'(Korea-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKwt'(Kuwait).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLao'(Lao-People's-Democratic-Republic).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLbn'(Lebanon).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLbr'(Liberia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLby'(Libya).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLca'(Saint-Lucia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLie'(Liechtenstein).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLka'(Sri-Lanka).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLso'(Lesotho).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLtu'(Lithuania).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLux'(Luxembourg).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLva'(Latvia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMac'(Macao).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMaf'(Saint-Martin-(French-part)).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMar'(Morocco).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMco'(Monaco).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMda'(Moldova-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMdg'(Madagascar).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMdv'(Maldives).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMex'(Mexico).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMhl'(Marshall-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMkd'(Macedonia-the-former-Yugoslav-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMli'(Mali).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMlt'(Malta).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMmr'(Myanmar).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMne'(Montenegro).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMng'(Mongolia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMnp'(Northern-Mariana-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMoz'(Mozambique).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMrt'(Mauritania).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMsr'(Montserrat).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMtq'(Martinique).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMus'(Mauritius).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMwi'(Malawi).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMys'(Malaysia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMyt'(Mayotte).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNam'(Namibia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNcl'(New-Caledonia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNer'(Niger).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNfk'(Norfolk-Island).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNga'(Nigeria).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNic'(Nicaragua).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNiu'(Niue).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNld'(Netherlands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNor'(Norway).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNpl'(Nepal).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNru'(Nauru).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNzl'(New-Zealand).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socOmn'(Oman).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPak'(Pakistan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPan'(Panama).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPcn'(Pitcairn).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPer'(Peru).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPhl'(Philippines).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPlw'(Palau).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPng'(Papua-New-Guinea).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPol'(Poland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPri'(Puerto-Rico).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPrk'(Korea-Democratic-People's-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPrt'(Portugal).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPry'(Paraguay).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPse'(Palestinian-Territory-Occupied).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPyf'(French-Polynesia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socQat'(Qatar).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socReu'(Réunion).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRou'(Romania).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRus'(Russian-Federation-Russia,).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRwa'(Rwanda).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSau'(Saudi-Arabia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSdn'(Sudan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSen'(Senegal).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSgp'(Singapore).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSgs'(South-Georgia-and-the-South-Sandwich-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socShn'(Saint-Helena-Ascension-and-Tristan-da-Cunha).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSjm'(Svalbard-and-Jan-Mayen).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSlb'(Solomon-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSle'(Sierra-Leone).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSlv'(El-Salvador).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSmr'(San-Marino).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSom'(Somalia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSpm'(Saint-Pierre-and-Miquelon).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSrb'(Serbia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSsd'(South-Sudan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socStp'(Sao-Tome-and-Principe).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSur'(Suriname).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSvk'(Slovakia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSvn'(Slovenia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSwe'(Sweden).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSwz'(Swaziland).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSxm'(Sint-Maarten-(Dutch-part)).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSyc'(Seychelles).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSyr'(Syrian-Arab-Republic).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTca'(Turks-and-Caicos-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTcd'(Chad).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTgo'(Togo).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTha'(Thailand).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTjk'(Tajikistan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTkl'(Tokelau).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTkm'(Turkmenistan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTls'(Timor-Leste).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTon'(Tonga).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTto'(Trinidad-and-Tobago).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTun'(Tunisia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTur'(Turkey).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTuv'(Tuvalu).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTwn'(Taiwan-Province-of-China).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTza'(Tanzania-United-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUga'(Uganda).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUkr'(Ukraine).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUmi'(United-States-Minor-Outlying-Islands).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUry'(Uruguay).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUsa'(United-States).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUzb'(Uzbekistan).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVat'(Holy-See-(Vatican-City-State)).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVct'(Saint-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVen'(Venezuela-Bolivarian-Republic-of).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVgb'(Virgin-Islands-British).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVir'(Virgin-Islands-U.S.).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVnm'(Viet-Nam).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVut'(Vanuatu).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socWlf'(Wallis-and-Futuna).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socWsm'(Samoa).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socYem'(Yemen).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socZaf'(South-Africa).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socZmb'(Zambia).Iso3,
* McsEngl.socZwe'(Zimbabwe).Iso3,
===
* McsEngl.socAfghanistan--AFG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAland-Islands--ALA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAlbania--ALB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAlgeria--DZA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAmerican-Samoa--ASM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAndorra--AND.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAngola--AGO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAnguilla--AIA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAntarctica--ATA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAntigua-and-Barbuda--ATG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socArgentina--ARG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socArmenia--ARM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAruba--ABW.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAustralia--AUS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAustria--AUT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socAzerbaijan--AZE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBahamas--BHS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBahrain--BHR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBangladesh--BGD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBarbados--BRB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBelarus--BLR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBelgium--BEL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBelize--BLZ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBenin--BEN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBermuda--BMU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBhutan--BTN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBolivia-Plurinational-State-of--BOL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBonaire-Sint-Eustatius-and-Saba--BES.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBosnia-and-Herzegovina--BIH.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBotswana--BWA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBouvet-Island--BVT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBrazil--BRA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBritish-Indian-Ocean-Territory--IOT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBrunei-Darussalam--BRN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBulgaria--BGR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBurkina-Faso--BFA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socBurundi--BDI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCambodia--KHM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCameroon--CMR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCanada--CAN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCape-Verde--CPV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCayman-Islands--CYM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCentral-African-Republic--CAF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChad--TCD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChile--CHL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChina--CHN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socChristmas-Island--CXR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCocos-(Keeling)-Islands--CCK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socColombia--COL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socComoros--COM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCongo--COG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCongo-the-Democratic-Republic-of-the--COD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCook-Islands--COK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCosta-Rica--CRI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCroatia--HRV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCuba--CUB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCuraçao--CUW.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCyprus--CYP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCzech-Republic--CZE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socCôte-d'Ivoire--CIV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDenmark--DNK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDjibouti--DJI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDominica--DMA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socDominican-Republic--DOM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEcuador--ECU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEgypt--EGY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEl-Salvador--SLV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEquatorial-Guinea--GNQ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEritrea--ERI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEstonia--EST.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socEthiopia--ETH.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFalkland-Islands-(Malvinas)--FLK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFaroe-Islands--FRO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFiji--FJI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFinland--FIN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFrance--FRA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Guiana--GUF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Polynesia--PYF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socFrench-Southern-Territories--ATF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGabon--GAB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGambia--GMB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGeorgia--GEO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGermany--DEU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGhana--GHA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGibraltar--GIB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGreece--GRC.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGreenland--GRL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGrenada--GRD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuadeloupe--GLP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuam--GUM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuatemala--GTM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuernsey--GGY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuinea--GIN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuinea-Bissau--GNB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socGuyana--GUY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHaiti--HTI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHeard-Island-and-McDonald-Islands--HMD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHoly-See-(Vatican-City-State)--VAT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHonduras--HND.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHong-Kong--HKG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socHungary--HUN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIceland--ISL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIndia--IND.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIndonesia--IDN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIran-Islamic-Republic-of--IRN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIraq--IRQ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIreland--IRL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIsle-of-Man--IMN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socIsrael--ISR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socItaly--ITA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJamaica--JAM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJapan--JPN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJersey--JEY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socJordan--JOR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKazakhsctan--KAZ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKenya--KEN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKiribati--KIR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKorea-Democratic-People's-Republic-of--PRK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKorea-Republic-of--KOR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKuwait--KWT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socKyrgyzstan--KGZ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLao-People's-Democratic-Republic--LAO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLatvia--LVA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLebanon--LBN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLesotho--LSO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLiberia--LBR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLibya--LBY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLiechtenstein--LIE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLithuania--LTU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socLuxembourg--LUX.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMacao--MAC.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMacedonia-the-former-Yugoslav-Republic-of--MKD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMadagascar--MDG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMalawi--MWI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMalaysia--MYS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMaldives--MDV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMali--MLI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMalta--MLT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMarshall-Islands--MHL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMartinique--MTQ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMauritania--MRT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMauritius--MUS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMayotte--MYT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMexico--MEX.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMicronesia-Federated-States-of--FSM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMoldova-Republic-of--MDA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMonaco--MCO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMongolia--MNG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMontenegro--MNE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMontserrat--MSR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMorocco--MAR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMozambique--MOZ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socMyanmar--MMR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNamibia--NAM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNauru--NRU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNepal--NPL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNetherlands--NLD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNew-Caledonia--NCL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNew-Zealand--NZL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNicaragua--NIC.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNiger--NER.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNigeria--NGA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNiue--NIU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNorfolk-Island--NFK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNorthern-Mariana-Islands--MNP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socNorway--NOR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socOman--OMN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPakistan--PAK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPalau--PLW.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPalestinian-Territory-Occupied--PSE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPanama--PAN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPapua-New-Guinea--PNG.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socParaguay--PRY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPeru--PER.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPhilippines--PHL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPitcairn--PCN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPoland--POL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPortugal--PRT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socPuerto-Rico--PRI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socQatar--QAT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRomania--ROU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRussian-Federation-Russia,--RUS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRwanda--RWA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socRéunion--REU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Barthélemy--BLM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Helena-Ascension-and-Tristan-da-Cunha--SHN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Kitts-and-Nevis--KNA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Lucia--LCA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Martin-(French-part)--MAF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Pierre-and-Miquelon--SPM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaint-Vincent-and-the-Grenadines--VCT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSamoa--WSM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSan-Marino--SMR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSao-Tome-and-Principe--STP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSaudi-Arabia--SAU.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSenegal--SEN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSerbia--SRB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSeychelles--SYC.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSierra-Leone--SLE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSingapore--SGP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSint-Maarten-(Dutch-part)--SXM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSlovakia--SVK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSlovenia--SVN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSolomon-Islands--SLB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSomalia--SOM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSouth-Africa--ZAF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSouth-Georgia-and-the-South-Sandwich-Islands--SGS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSouth-Sudan--SSD.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSpain--ESP.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSri-Lanka--LKA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSudan--SDN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSuriname--SUR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSvalbard-and-Jan-Mayen--SJM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSwaziland--SWZ.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSweden--SWE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSwitzerland--CHE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socSyrian-Arab-Republic--SYR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTaiwan-Province-of-China--TWN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTajikistan--TJK.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTanzania-United-Republic-of--TZA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socThailand--THA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTimor-Leste--TLS.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTogo--TGO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTokelau--TKL.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTonga--TON.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTrinidad-and-Tobago--TTO.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTunisia--TUN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTurkey--TUR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTurkmenistan--TKM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTurks-and-Caicos-Islands--TCA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socTuvalu--TUV.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUganda--UGA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUkraine--UKR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUnited-Arab-Emirates--ARE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUnited-Kingdom--GBR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUnited-States--USA.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUnited-States-Minor-Outlying-Islands--UMI.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUruguay--URY.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socUzbekistan--UZB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVanuatu--VUT.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVenezuela-Bolivarian-Republic-of--VEN.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socViet-Nam--VNM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVirgin-Islands-British--VGB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socVirgin-Islands-US--VIR.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socWallis-and-Futuna--WLF.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socWestern-Sahara--ESH.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socYemen--YEM.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socZambia--ZMB.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socZimbabwe--ZWE.Iso3,
* McsEngl.socÅland-Islands--ALA.Iso3,

society.Acp-009

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.ACP'(African-Caribbean-Pacific-society)!⇒socAcp,
* McsEngl.socAcp,
* McsEngl.socAcp'(African-Caribbean-Pacific-society)!⇒socAcp,
* McsEngl.society.009-Acp!⇒socAcp,
* McsEngl.society.Acp!⇒socAcp,

society.Maghreb-state-010

description::
· Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

name::
* McsEngl.Maghreb-state,
* McsEngl.society.010-Maghreb-state,
* McsEngl.society.Maghreb-state,

society.Mashreq-state-011

description::
· Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria

name::
* McsEngl.Mashreq-state,
* McsEngl.society.011-Mashreq-state,
* McsEngl.society.Mashreq-state,

society.alive-013

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.alive-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.existent-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.extant-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.in-existence-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.living-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.present-society!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.society.013-alive!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.society.alive!⇒socAlive,
* McsEngl.socAlive,
* McsEngl.still-existing-society!⇒socAlive,

society.aliveNo-014

description::
· non existing society.

name::
* McsEngl.aliveNo-society!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.dissolved-society!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.former-society!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.non-alive-society!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.socAliveNo!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.socFormer,
* McsEngl.society.014-aliveNo!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.society.aliveNo!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.society.dissolved!⇒socFormer,
* McsEngl.society.former!⇒socFormer,

society.self-governing-015

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.society.015-self-governing,
* McsEngl.society.self-governing,

society.self-governing.no-016

description::
"Under Chapter XI of the Charter of the United Nations, the Non-Self-Governing Territories are defined as "territories whose people have not yet attained a full measure of self-government”. The General Assembly, by its resolution 66 (I) of 14 December 1946, noted a list of 72 Territories to which Chapter XI of the Charter applied. In 1963, the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples (also known as the "Special Committee on Decolonization" or the "C-24") approved a preliminary list of Territories to which the Declaration applied (A/5446/Rev.1, annex I). Today, 17 Non-Self-Governing Territories, as listed below, remain on the agenda of the C-24. Member States which have or assume responsibilities for the administration of such Territories are called administering Powers."
[{2021-05-29 retrieved} https://www.un.org/dppa/decolonization/nsgt]

name::
* McsEngl.NSGT-(non-self-governing-territory),
* McsEngl.non-self-governing-territory,
* McsEngl.society.016-non-self-governing,
* McsEngl.society.non-self-governing,
* McsEngl.society.self-governingNo,

society.hypocrite-017

description::
· hypocrite-society is a-society[a] with no sustainable social-relations[b] that[a] needs hypocrisy to maintain them[b].
· sooner or later a-new type will-arise or it[a] will-be-destroyed.

name::
* McsEngl.hypocrite-society!⇒socHypocrite,
* McsEngl.hypocritical-society!⇒socHypocrite,
* McsEngl.socHypocrite,
* McsEngl.society.017-hypocrite!⇒socHypocrite,
* McsEngl.society.hypocrite!⇒socHypocrite,

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