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In what state is Philippines?

Philippines is not a state. It's a country.


Why were the Philippines of strategic importance to the United State?

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Is Philippines a state or a nation or a government?

The Philippines is a nation.


Is the Philippines a nation- state?

The Philippines (officially known as the Republic of the Philippines) are a southeast Asian nation-state. The country's motto is "For God, People, Nature, and Country".


How are the Philippines now a part of the US?

They are not. The Philippines is an independent country.


What is the state tree of the Philippines?

The Narra is the national tree of the Philippines.


What is the relative size of the Philippines compared to a US state?

Philippines is slightly larger than Arizona (state)


Is the Philippines a state-nation?

The Philippines (officially known as the Republic of the Philippines) are a southeast Asian nation-state. The country's motto is "For God, People, Nature, and Country".


Is Germany and Philippines in japan?

No. Germany is an independent state in Europe. The Philippines is an independent state in South-East Asia


When did Philippines become a state?

The Philippines are not a state in the United States. They are an independent country. They were a territory of the US until 1947.


Why the Philippines not a state?

The Philippines is not a state in the sense that Arizona is a state of the United States, as a semi-self governing part of a sovereign nation organized as a federation. However, the word "state can also be used to mean a sovereign, self-governing nation. In that sense, the Philippines is a state.


What are the characteristics of sovereignty in the philippines?

The characteristics of sovereignty in the Philippines are absoluteness, permanence and inalienability. This is a status of the Philippines that says that Philippines is a state of sovereign.