There are three countries with no designated country names - names such as Canada, France or Japan. These three countries are all members of the United Nations and are seated in the General Assembly in alphabetical order according to the assigned designation indicating their continental location or type of government.
These three countries are as follows:
1. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC This country, as its designation indicates, has a republican form of government, and is located in the central part of Africa. Its citizens may be designated as "Centrists", "Central Africans" or simply, "Republicans". This latter term might lead to some confusion because of its similarity to a political party located on another continent. The term "Central African" might be the preferred term, although there are other people living in central Africa that are not a part of this country.
2. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES This nation, comprised mainly of people of Arab heritage, live under the stewardship of a number of Emirs. Although not a republic these "emirates" are, to a degree, unified.
3. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA This country, one of the world's larger, more aggressive nations, is comprised of a number of "states", the exact number of which has grown over the years. Most of these "states" were all originally located on the North American continent, hence the use of the term "America" in its official designation. Since its founding this nation has spread its wings, and claws, to include lands in the Pacific area. Since its founding a number of these "states" broke away, but after a savage and costly war were brought back into the fold. The citizens of this country call themselves "Americans" for lack of a better term, a name shared with Brazilians, Canadians, Mexicans, and numerous others.