What is the second most important city of the smallest state in Mexico?
That would be the city of Tlaxcala, which is the capital of the state of Tlaxcala. The largest city would be Vicente Guerrero, a city on the state's southern border which acts as suburb of neighboring Puebla.
Arizona is the sixth largest US State. Alaska is the 50th Smallest US State. Texas is the 49th Smallest US State. California is the 48th Smallest US State. Montana is the 47th Smallest US State. New Mexico is the 46th Smallest US State, and therefore, Arizona is the 45th Smallest US State. (I can only hope that is correct, at my age counting backwards is difficult enough even without the aid of medication and Fire-water.)
Vatican City is the world's smallest country, however it is not democratic, it is an absolute monarchy. The second smallest country, Monaco, is the smallest partial democratic state in the world, it is a constitutional monarchy (republic/monarchy). The smallest absolute democratic state in the world would be Nauru, which is the 3rd smallest country.
Briefly, the Gulf of Mexico is hugely important to the economy of Mexico. The Gulf of Mexico borders the states of Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche and Yucatan. For the most part, these are rich oil-producing states. Substantial agriculture comes from Veracruz state. Oil is Mexico's second or third most important driver of the economy (the ratings change with oil, remitances and tourism swapping places frequently). The ports of Tampico, Veracruz and Coatzacoalcos are among the…