By: Benedict Gombocz and Cristi Olăraşu              U.S. History
 United States China Russian Federation France Great Britain Japan India Germany Pakistan Brazil
 Rank: 1 Government:  Presidential democracy Type of state: Two-party Head of state: President Head of government:  V...
 Rank: 2 Government: Socialist  republic Type of state: Single-  party Head of state: President Head of government:  ...
 Rank: 3 Government:  Presidential democracy  (de jure), autocracy (de  facto) Type of state: Multi-party  (de jure), s...
 Rank: 4 Government:  Presidential democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government: ...
 Rank: 5 Government:  Constitutional Monarchy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: Queen Head of government:  Pr...
 Rank: 6 Government:  Constitutional Monarchy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: Emperor Head of government:  ...
 Rank: 7 Government:  Parliamentary  democracy Type of state: Multi-  party Head of state: President Head of governme...
 Rank: 8 Government:  Parliamentary  democracy Type of state: Multi-  party Head of state: President Head of governme...
 Rank: 9 Government:  Parliamentary  democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government...
 Rank: 10 Government:  Presidential democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government:...
 Country           Number of trips Brazil            13 Vatican City      19 Russia            20 Germany        ...
 Signed in  Washington, D.C. on  Monday, March 26, 1979 by  Egyptian President Anwar  El Sedat and Israeli Prime  Ministe...
 Signed in Vienna on  Monday, June 18, 1979 by  Jimmy Carter and Leonid  Ilyich Brezhnev. Was the last treaty  signed du...
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  1. 1. By: Benedict Gombocz and Cristi Olăraşu U.S. History
  2. 2.  United States China Russian Federation France Great Britain Japan India Germany Pakistan Brazil
  3. 3.  Rank: 1 Government: Presidential democracy Type of state: Two-party Head of state: President Head of government: Vice President
  4. 4.  Rank: 2 Government: Socialist republic Type of state: Single- party Head of state: President Head of government: Premier
  5. 5.  Rank: 3 Government: Presidential democracy (de jure), autocracy (de facto) Type of state: Multi-party (de jure), single-party (de jure) Head of state: President Head of government: Prime Minister
  6. 6.  Rank: 4 Government: Presidential democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government: Prime Minister
  7. 7.  Rank: 5 Government: Constitutional Monarchy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: Queen Head of government: Prime Minister
  8. 8.  Rank: 6 Government: Constitutional Monarchy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: Emperor Head of government: Prime Minister
  9. 9.  Rank: 7 Government: Parliamentary democracy Type of state: Multi- party Head of state: President Head of government: Prime Minister
  10. 10.  Rank: 8 Government: Parliamentary democracy Type of state: Multi- party Head of state: President Head of government: Chancellor
  11. 11.  Rank: 9 Government: Parliamentary democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government: Prime Minister
  12. 12.  Rank: 10 Government: Presidential democracy Type of state: Multi-party Head of state: President Head of government: Prime Minister
  13. 13.  Country  Number of trips Brazil  13 Vatican City  19 Russia  20 Germany  27 Italy  28 Mexico  29 France  34 Canada  35 United Kingdom  50+
  14. 14.  Signed in Washington, D.C. on Monday, March 26, 1979 by Egyptian President Anwar El Sedat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Signed 16 months after Anwar El Sadat visited Israel in 1977. Made Egypt the first Arab country to recognize Israel.
  15. 15.  Signed in Vienna on Monday, June 18, 1979 by Jimmy Carter and Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev. Was the last treaty signed during the period of détente as the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan six months later.
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